Calvin Harris - 'Flashback'
Say what you like about avant garde music, but it's comparatively easy to get a bunch of arty experimentalists to sit through unpleasant grinding droney noises. It takes a spine of purest steel to introduce that same noise to a chartbound pop song, and keep it going for almost the entire thing.
Have a listen to Calvin's latest, it sounds like a blacksmith sharpening a knife on a grindstone made of catghost, and it lasts from the moody, introspective beginning - those 'Music Sounds Better With You' chords are treating you well, Calvin - all the way through the skippy beat, and up to the big chorus kickoff moment. Then there's a temporary reprieve, before it's back for the last choruses and the fadeout.
Yeah! Beat that, John Cage!
(Here's the video. It's basically what Basshunter thinks his videos look like.)
This is what Calvin is best at, making euphoric dance music with a menacing undercurrent, as if to say you had better get your party on while you can, because it won't be the middle of the dance-floor in the middle of the night forever, and the dawn always greets you like a smack in the face with a wet haddock.
Heck, even the LYRICS of 'Flashback' are about this very thing. Seen the boy/girl of your dreams? Go get her/him, and quickly, or spend the rest of your life regretting it. And it's universal too, you could just as easily apply it to a nice pair of shoes, a car, a new friend, some electrical equipment or a hot pie.
Make sure you do do it though, or that noise will haunt you in your dreams...FOREVER.