It's Friday So It's Dance Party Machine Time

It's Friday So It's Dance Party Machine Time

Last Friday KROQ's Kevin and Bean show had a dance party machine instead of their usual programming. Since that was so much fun for a Friday I thought I'd share a dance party machine playlist for your listening pleasure. What would you add to this list?

Dance Party Machine Friday

 1. Vanilla Ice - Ice Ice Baby


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