There’s really no way to adequately describe the music of Aphex Twin to those that are unfamiliar with Richard D. James’ unique brand of schizophrenic and beautifully chaotic offerings. Even the most eloquent of writers will fall short of doing James’ music justice because it’s so unbelievably unique and iconic to the point of basically requiring its own genre (though James has stated in interviews that he has somewhat of a distaste for the labels required when shoving a certain type of music into a genre).
I’ve tended to cover albums and compilations in the few other articles that have been posted here, mainly because there’s a bit more variety involved, more options for new listeners to consider, and generally more ease in reaching a consensus on what album is generally considered to be good, great, or even the best. There’s nothing wrong with having favourite songs either. Most people that are into their music have a top 5, 10, 15, or 20 list knocking around in their head, even if it does seem to evaporate the moment anyone asks them to name their favourite songs in rank order. The following isn’t intended to be an objective gathering of tracks that will likely be most people’s favourites but rather those tracks that I feel are up there with the best I’ve ever heard.
While Dancetime Deluxe isn't ideal for all dance styles, the skills learned from other styles of dance that are included in the app can be applied to many others. The metronome in particular can be useful for any style of dance and will make dancers more aware of the set tempo and enhance their ability to stick to it in spite of the external distractions that area an inevitability of live performance.