All of the genre charts I’ve been covering for the past year or so have been fascinating learning experiences, but the Club Dance charts are just weird. I’d really like to meet one of these Billboard-authorized DJs, because you wouldn’t believe the stuff that regularly reaches number one on this chart. I mean, okay, you’ve got your niche house-music names like Dave Aude, and your minor hits by established artists (“Chasing the Sun”, “Catch My Breath”, etc.). But then you have items by bands you didn’t even know were still together (Depeche Mode’s “Heaven”, for example), awful novelties that you can’t imagine anyone dancing to (“Peacock” being the most egregious example), and stuff that is so bizarre and out of place it defies description. Either this is Yoko Ono’s sixth (count ‘em, six) Number One hit on the Club Dance charts in the current decade alone, or I’ve finally gone insane. Frankly, the latter would surprise me a lot less.