It really is Britney at her best. This one is pure class. Ellie Walker-Arnott pops up on this list yet again, this time with his own band of disco dominators, Chic. New music of 2014 and 2015 years is available on this site. You can probably have too much of those. Fisher - Losing It 08. Jags of electric guitar followed by a huge, cavernous drum thwack.
Jonny Ensall Taylor Swift shook off her Disney princess image with this 2014 smash. And you can understand why. Nope, no one does, because it was terrible and it tanked. Free music only Sound Park is a music portal and a torrent tracker. It would be more impressive if boys got out a tin whistle and played this solo at a house party instead of a guitar and strumming fucking 'Wonderwall'. Bruce Tantum A boisterous disco crowd, gyrating on the dancefloor of your imagination, can be heard high in the mix.
Get through the whole four minutes without as much as a toe tap, and your soul is clearly as stale and shrivelled as a weeks-old jacket potato. An incredible medium-pace groove, lush vocals and tight funk guitars all built for getting frisky at the disco. Bruce Tantum Pop music may not be the obvious place to call out phoney beliefs, but in the hands of Stevie Wonder and his crunchy funk jam, it just works. A bouncing, suggestive clapping beat, instructive dance moves, and a sung storyboard of an enviable night that famously includes the hotel lobby. You can also find the latest music news, information about coming releases, video premiers and reviews. We advise laying down a tarpaulin before you drop this one at your next house party.
But this doesn't mean it's acceptable to cobble together dodgy party playlists filled with soggy bops and half-arsed nearly-bangers. But this doesn't mean it's acceptable to cobble together dodgy party playlists filled with soggy bops and half-arsed nearly-bangers. Throw this one on about three quarters of the way through your bash, when you need a surefire, hands-in-the-air worldbeater. Written and performed by gents from Wales, Worcester and London and made famous by a load of heroin addicts in Scotland, it sums up our love of fizzing our brains on drugs and gulping down pints of lager, lager, lager. You are making a big mistake somewhere.
Danielle Goldstein How many party anthems can boast The Temptations as backing singers? It really is Britney at her best. There is a wide range of the type of music and the genre of music. Take their whoops as your cue: Marvin Gaye supplies the cool falsetto and someone can be heard rocking the cowbell, but the prime directive here is to dance. Absolutely every single part of this song is an earworm: the synths, the abstract lyrics and chorus, the bassline, the bass solo, the horns, everything. Eddy Frankel How many former snipers from the Royal Canadian Navy can be credited with having written a banging synthpop tune? Eddy Frankel Is this the only song about masturbation on our list? Adam Feldman This is one of the most forward-looking, cash-making enterprises in music history. Sophie Harris It starts with someone hitting milk bottles with a spoon and some cats yowling, before the simple yet devastating bass kicks in and this jaunty anthem kicks off.
Slumber Party by Britney Spears ft. Long Live Love by LeAnn Rimes From the very first second of the song, it will put you in the groove and your feet will not stop. Some people like it slow while some like fast paced songs; some are fans of instrumentals while some go ga-ga over the lyrics. The track only lasts for just over three minutes, but that really is all you, and your party, need here. Josh Jones Here we hear what the absolute power of hitting a piano key six times can wield. But on this global chartbuster from 2013 is celebrating joy for the sake of joy, so go ahead: shake what you got, turn that frown upside down and relish every delicious move you make on the dance floor. Shaking it Specifically in the manner of a Polaroid picture.
Hank Shteamer It might have become something of a hen do go-to, with its own silly dance move to match, but 'Single Ladies' is an epic pop anthem. The woman behind the best of the dance club songs for the last decade has yet again proved what she is worth. Tinashe, the pop sensation is also featured in the song and Britney has added a great number to her previous records. Oliver Keens Sheffield synth-pop wizards The Human League have some massive bangers in their arsenal — 'Mirror Man', 'Human', 'Tell Me When' — but this one's the biggest of the lot. She sings it and everyone else shrieks it in homage to one of the great vocals of all time. This John Peel-championed 1978 punk classic is as simple and direct as they come. In truth, party-friendly hip hop of this quality might never be heard again.
Just make sure you don't play the altogether less rousing Calum Scott cover version by mistake. Keisza nailed it and sounded like she had a ball in the process. The Frank Sinatra fan belongs from a small town but surely will go a long way in the glamorous world of Hollywood. Sophie Harris When it comes down to it, rap-rock is generally pretty whack, with a few exceptions, the jewel in the crown of which is this glorious mash-up. Put… it on your playlist. It has a number of highs and lows and Britney Spears seem to be nothing less than a muse who is ready to spread the potion of love.
Is it in their ten best songs? Just try not dancing to this song when it comes on. Sometimes the best dancing is done defiantly, with tears forming in the corners of your eyes, and 'Dancing On My Own' gets that like few other pop songs in history. London duo La Roux topped the charts in 2009 with this synth-pop missile that's sleeker than a skintight satin catsuit. Tinashe You like dance music and you do not know Britney Spears? Few contemporary songs make us yearn for the days of the sock hop more than the single that catapulted these New York faves into the big time. London duo La Roux topped the charts in 2009 with this synth-pop missile that's sleeker than a skintight satin catsuit. Not a bit, firstly because of the immense symbollic value it acquired over the years, but secondly because it is a great tune.
And actually, it's right about time for a La Roux revival, no? Ideal for the dance clubs, Long Live Love has the touch of classic dance music complimented with modern taste. One cannot stop humming this beautifully created number. Join the club and dance to these numbers party animals. This song should be listed, like an old building. Lena - thank you 12. Somehow, it still manages to have that same impact 40 years on. Oliver Keens Sheffield synth-pop wizards The Human League have some massive bangers in their arsenal — 'Mirror Man', 'Human', 'Tell Me When' — but this one's the biggest of the lot.