Post some good eurotrash. I challenge you.
At first I was like "lol," then I realize, let me see what Eurotrash I have in my library and I'll post it :)
Now I don't mean to offend anybody, what I mean by Eurotrash is repetitive club music with trance leads, a high voice (if any), and a quick yet simple drum beat. Hopefully you catch my drift.
Let's start with the 800lb gorilla in the room, Basshunter. By now, half of you have stopped reading this article, if you haven't, comment "I haven't stopped reading this article yet." I'm curious.
Now You're Gone is the english-translated version of Boten Anna. It would be more proper to post the original Swedish track, but I feel like posting the English version does it more "trash" justice for my English-speaking readers. It's repetitive, it's trashy, it's cliche.
Basshunter - Now You're Gone (feat. DJ Mental Theo's Bazzheads) [right click to download]
Now how about a little less "drug-usage"? One track that immediately jumps to mind is Antoine Clamaran's 2006 banger Take Off. While not much of a "banger," this thing has a catchy riff that sounds like something out of old Oizo. It has to be one of the most repetitive songs I've ever heard - but that's honestly not an issue for me. I found this one intoxicating.
Antoine Clamaran - Take Off [right click to download]
And a remix, that doesn't really change much... (definition of Eurotrash!)
Antoine Clamaran - Take Off (Dave Spoon Mix) [right click to download]
G'head and rage in the comments :) I'm dying to hear your opinions of the music, as well as my falsely-guided bias of Eurodance.
Your move, Jesse.