A virtual three p.m. call to arms, the opening line of "Dance, Dance, Dance" says it all: "After six hours of school I've had enough for the day/I hit the radio dial and turn in up all the way!/I Love to dance." If the Beach Boys were about to expound on more cerebral motifs after this song, they sure went out in style. One of the great songs of the discotheque era (until "Gimmie Some Lovin'" came along to supersede it), "Dance, Dance, Dance" is built upon a stupendous bass and 12-string guitar riff that is positively infectious. The lyric embodies the simple exuberance of what rock & roll is all about. It effortlessly went to the Top Ten in late 1964 for the Beach Boys.