Martha and the Vandellas once proclaimed there would be music everywhere, but even they didn't conceive an oven could actually play Cherry Pie while baking one. Turning ovens and literally whatever else you have on hand into speakers: Rock-It.
From the Chi-founded concern that brought you Fold 'n Play origami speakers, Rock-It's an unassuming, capsule-shaped device capable of deftly converting all manner of household objects into music-playing instruments by translating your tunes into sequences of vibrations. Good vibrations.
Just plug the standard headphone jack into your iGear, computer, or statement-making Walkman, unscrew the adhesive, vibe-sending disc at one end, and attach it to whatever you want to bring the noise; R-I works on stove hoods, boxes of cereal, picture frames, and beach coolers, though given the general rule of thumb is hollow objects are best, it's a shame you can't always have a stripper's soul on hand.
To make it sound even sweeter, use the code "Thrillist" for a 20% discount, leaving you enough money so that you'll only have to dance in the streets if you want to.