Gwyneth Paltrow wants fans to get their "mother lovin' dance shoes on."
In her latest GOOP newsletter, the star offers spring "party jams" playlists by a number of musical luminaries – including herself.
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So what does Gwyneth get down to? Mostly recent New York indie rock acts, such as the Strokes ("You Only Live Once"), MGMT ("Time to Pretend"), LCD Soundsystem ("Someone Great"), as well as Montreal's Arcade Fire ("Keep The Car Running"), and her husband's band, Coldplay ("Strawberry Swing") – and a few remixes, including M.I.A.'s "Paper Planes (DFA Remix)," the Killers' "Mr. Brightside (Jacques Lu Cont's Thin White Duke Mix)" and a Jay-Z and Radiohead mash-up, "Wrong Prayer."
For good measure, the "Iron Man 2" actress included a modern R&B hit – Beyonce's "Single Ladies" – and her playlist's only pre-2000s song, a vintage jam from Prince, "Let's Go Crazy."
Gwyneth also called upon DJ AM; Madonna's manager, Guy Oseary; Gabe Tesoriero of Def Jam; Lindsay Lohan's ex, DJ Samantha Ronson; Phil Harvey of Coldplay and electronic musician William Orbit to offer their picks.
Among their choices were '80s hits (Guy chose the Smiths' "How Soon Is Now" and Madonna's "Burning Up"), techno landmarks (DJ AM's choice of Daft Punk's "One More Time") and even House of Pain's "Jump Around" – chosen by both DJ AM and William Orbit.
To see the full lists, visit GOOP.com.