• Dan Savage

The people of Seattle have been desperately seeking the set lists from Saturday night's DJ battle between DJ Ira Glass and DJ Dan Savage (with an assist from Terry Hecker, who can shake it better than anyone). Here are Dan and Terry's:

Dan's Sets:
"Lonely Goatherd/Wind It Up" - Sound of Music/Gwen Stefani
"Copacobana" - Shirley Bassey
"I'm An Indian Too" - Don Armando's Second Ave. Rhumba Band
"Yes Sir, I Can Boogie" - Baccara
You're The One That I Want - Grease

"Dogs In The Yard" - Fame
"Kiss" - Art Of Noise Ft. Tom Jones
"My Neck My Back" - Khia
"I Am What I Am" - Gloria Gaynor
"There's No Business Like Show Business" - Ethel Merman
"Xanadu" - OST

"I've Been To Paradise" - Charlene
"Love WIll Keep Us Together" - Captain And Tenille
"Call Me Maybe" - Carly Ray Jepson
"Teenage Dream" - Glee
Having A Party - Norma Jean (Chic)
Love Is In The Air - John Paul Young

"Dance On The Groove And Do The Funk" - Love International
"We Can't Fly" - Airplane
"Baby Blue (Horse Meat Disco Re-Edit)" - Dusty Springfield
"Disco Special" - Discoteque
"Weisser Sand" - Su Kramer
"Cocaine Blues" - Escort
"New Life" - Jeremy Glenn
"Hooked On You" - Cerrone
"Chant 'N Boogie" - Pat Les Stache
"Carnaval De Trancoso" - Pyschemagik
"Zero Ghosts Out The Door" - Herr Styler

We haven't been able to pin down Ira's playlist yet, but he started with Miley Cyrus' "Party In The USA" (the greatest song ever written). He also played the O.C. theme "California," Jay-Z's "99 Problems," and "Starships" by Nikki Minaj (OH, and They Might Be Giants and T. Rex)!

Photos on my cellphone from this glorious event are as embarrassing as they are puzzling.