Thanks for all the input and suggestions so far. I appreciate it all. We don’t have spotify in Denmark, but my internet provider have a similar thing, and then there’s youtube as suggested. So I am in the process of listening, and finding out what fits me, before getting the good quality sound I get from purchasing the cd’s. Your names, lists and links are very helpful. To help you out, I am mostly clueless to the musicians and artists and song titles. I have been dancing Tango for ½ a year, and I am greatly helped with my salsa background and a follower with similar background and a lot of good feedback, (and the absolutely priceless habit of doing what she feels I am leading, and not walking the steps of the current pattern). So I got a head start in beginner class, but at the same time I am very aware of my limitations. This made me giggle. My second hobby at the moment is freediving, so I am actually jumping off in the deep end with 4,5 kg lead around my neck, and sort off practicing both swimming and drowning. But I understand and appreciate both the points. What’s works for people is very individual. I don’t have a problem in hearing and keeping the beat or the 1 or what it’s called in tango. But for beginners who have trouble with the beat I would keep it as clear and simple as possible. For practice steps, lead, patterns and to break down patterns and part of patters for sticking them together in new ways I prefer a not to fast steady and clear walking rhythm as some of this are labelled. This helps getting them right and getting them into body memory. For practicing dancing what I know so far and understanding the rhythm, breaks and “da da da’s” and actually hitting that, some of the more challenged music is good to have. Dancing Tango to “pop” music that is usable or even good for the purpose can work, and even be a blast at a party where you meet another tango dancer and have to use the available music. So I have to try Spider's web also, but I will prefer classic and new/electronic tango for practice. Dancing Merengue to techno music can be a blast by the way. Milongas is too fast and stresses me out, and the tango waltz is nice for the ears and eyes, but I need a workshop or two before trying those on the floor again. I its so much more fun for me to get your suggestions and favourites, then search blindly for anything labelled tango. So feel free to add tracks, artists and links. I will keep you posted as I get the opportunity to try out the suggestions.