So, typically this the kind of thread that I roll my eyes at, so, the Universe being what it is, this is payback... I guess. It goes like this: I have a scene in a piece of Urban Fantasy I've been working on and off. It takes place in a Berlin club in the very early 90's. It was a real place at one time, but that doesn't matter because I can't expect the reader to come to the story knowing that. I describe the place, and in describing the place I describe a bit of gestalt magic that is being worked by some dancers on the dance-floor. No one can see this happening save for the other magicals in the scene. To everyone else it's just guys dancing to some industrial music. It's FRONT242's Headhunter. I cut the the description of the dancy-dance mandala these guys are creating with their bodies on the circular dance-floor by mentioning the chorus. One you lock the target... (Description of dance magic) Two you bait the line... (More description of dance magic) Three you slowly spread the net... (Culmination of dance magic) And four you catch the man... Would you feel you need to know this song in order to get the feel of it? Would that matter to you one way or the other?