mosh-ready

Spanish translation: bailable

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English term or phrase:mosh-ready
Spanish translation:bailable
Entered by: Terry Burgess

23:32 Aug 14, 2001
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English term or phrase: mosh-ready
In the Offspring album "Conspiracy on One" review:
"...Other highlights include the mosh-ready title track..."
Carmen Barrero (X)
bailable
Explanation:
Weak I know, but a mosh-pit is the dance area at the front of a rock concert, hence "mosh-ready" means "danceable". Of course, the sense of antagonistic teenage thrashing is lost completely.
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Explanation:
Weak I know, but a mosh-pit is the dance area at the front of a rock concert, hence "mosh-ready" means "danceable". Of course, the sense of antagonistic teenage thrashing is lost completely.


    Reference: http://teenmusic.about.com/library/glossary/bldef-moshing.ht...
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