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500 Best Club Bangers of All Time

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When DJs unleash thoughtfully curated playlists of club bangers, all hell breaks loose on the dance floor.

When DJs unleash thoughtfully curated playlists of club bangers, all hell breaks loose on the dance floor.

The music played at dance clubs is known for its electrifying energy. The groovy beats and slick dance productions bring alive the dancefloor at nightclubs. When DJs start unleashing their thoughtfully curated playlists of club bangers, all hell breaks loose on the dance floor. Moving, shaking, grooving and dancing takes a new avatar as sweaty bodies succumb to the sound of hypnotic club beats.

The list below showcases a collection of the best club bangers from different dance genres. If you have a view, opinion, or song suggestion, let us know in the comments section.

Top 10 Best Club Bangers of All Time

1. “One Kiss”—Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa

2. “Sweet but Psycho”—Ava Max

3. “Don’t Start Now”—Dua Lipa

4. “Break My Soul”—Beyonce

5. “Save Your Tears”—The Weeknd

6. “We Found Love”—Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris

7. “Taki Taki”—DJ Snake featuring Selena Gomez, Ozuna and Cardi B

8. “Where Are U Now”—Jack U with Justin Bieber

9. “Rain On Me”—Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande

10. “The Motto”—Tiesto and Ava Max

What Are Club Bangers?

Club bangers are dance songs that are made to get people go dance-crazy on the dance floor. In the true sense these songs are dance-bombs dropped by DJs that explode on the dance floor with a burst of energy and electronics. The lush production techniques and sophisticated lyrics give unique identity to these songs. The exhilarating feeling that comes when listening to a club banger is like no other.

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Essentially these dance anthems are known for their alluring musical structure charged with vocal textures, rhythm, hook, and beat. The lyrical sentiments in these songs when combined with aesthetic electronic sounds are known to stir up emotions on the dance floor. It’s least surprising why party enthusiasts go in-trance or get emotionally supercharged when club bangers and summer anthems are played by DJs at nightclubs and parties.

Club bangers are dance songs that make people go crazy on the dance floor.

Club bangers are dance songs that make people go crazy on the dance floor.


11. “Levitating”—Dua Lipa featuring DaBaby

12. “Beg For You”—Charli XCX featuring Rina Sawayama

13. “As It Was”—Harry Styles

14. “Lean On”—Major Lazer and DJ Snake featuring Mo

15. “Bodak Yellow”—Cardi B

16. “Potion”—Calvin Harris, Dua Lipa and Young Thug

17. “Blinding Lights”—The Weeknd

18. “Don’t Forget My Love”—Diplo and Miguel

19. “Break Free”—Ariana Grande featuring Zedd

20. “Shape of You”—Ed Sheeran

Dance Music in the ‘80s

Electronic instruments became increasingly popular in different forms of dance music in the ‘80s. The nightclub scene in this decade helped revolutionize the electronic music scene. House music, influenced by funk, soul and disco, came into its own in the ‘80s. This genre which originated in Chicago, gradually became widespread in other parts of the US, before finding it’s blueprint across Europe. The house scene paved the way for the techno blueprint in the mid-80s, with a number of dance acts incorporating elements of house influences.

Local record labels promoted underground dance music in a big way thereby bringing a number of talented dance music acts to the forefront of mainstream. Aesthetically woven synth structures became an integral part of the sound adopted by new wave dance acts of the ‘80s. Dance songs stamped their authority in the decade. Eurodance which originated in Europe came into the forefront with its cutting-edge synth sounds, melodic hooks, and hypnotic bass rhythms.

Sweaty bodies succumb to the sound of hypnotic club bangers.

Sweaty bodies succumb to the sound of hypnotic club bangers.


21. “About Damn Time”—Lizzo

22. “Cold Heart”—Elton John and Dua Lipa with Pnau

23. “Tell It to My Heart”—Meduza featuring Hozier

24. “Girls Just Want to Have Fun”—Cyndi Lauper

25. “This Is What You Came For”—Calvin Harris and Rihanna

26. “I Feel Love”—Sam Smith

27. “Good Ones”—Charli XCX

28. “Vogue”—Madonna

29. “Crazy What Love Can Do”—David Guetta, Becky Hill and Ella Henderson

30. “Don’t You Worry”—Black Eyed Peas, Shakira and David Guetta

31. “Stupid Love”—Lady Gaga

32. “Hot in It”—Tiesto and Charli XCX

33. “Break My Heart”—Dua Lipa

34. “Thank U, Next”—Ariana Grande

35. “All Falls Down”—Alan Walker featuring Noah Cyrus and Digital Farm Animals

36. “Happier”—Marshmello and Bastille

37. “SOS”—Avicii featuring Aloe Blacc

38. “In Don’t Search I Find”—Madonna

39. “What About Us”—Pink

40. “Piece of Your Heart”—Meduza featuring Goodboys

Dance Music in the ‘90s

Fusion dance genres stamped their authority in the ‘90s. Many artists associated with house music of the ‘80s started merging their sound with dance-pop that became manganous in the ‘90s. As electronic music grew in popularity, a number of dance artists combined different forms of house and techno with diverse elements of rave, drum and bass, happy hardcore, and trip hop. Underground Dance songs had considerable mainstream success in the ‘90s.

The trippy sounds that resulted from the fusion of dance music styles became excessively popular at nightclubs and the rave scene. With computers and technology becoming an integral part of music production, a wider number of emerging musicians started incorporating nifty electronic elements in their scheme of things. DJ culture gained momentum as progressive house, vocal beat, big beat, and UK garage came into prominence in the club music scene.

Club bangers are dance-bombs dropped by DJs that explode on the dance floor with a burst of energy and electronics.

Club bangers are dance-bombs dropped by DJs that explode on the dance floor with a burst of energy and electronics.


41. “Don’t Forget My Love”—Halsey

42. “Into You”—Ariana Grande

43. “Animals”—Martin Garrix

44. “Best Friend”—Saweetie featuring Doja Cat

45. “Remember—Gryffin and Zohara

46. “Electricity”—Silk City and Dua Lipa featuring Diplo and Mark Ronson

47. “Numb—Marshmello and Khalid

48. “Summer”—Calvin Harris

49. “Dancing Feet”—Kygo featuring DNCE

50. “Cheap Thrills”—Sia featuring Sean Paul

51. “Let Me Love You”—DJ Snake featuring Justin Bieber

52. “Hey Mama”—David Guetta featuring Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha and Afrojack

53. “Never Really Over”—Katy Perry

54. “Rather Be”—Clean Bandit featuring Jess Glynne

55. “Sorry”—Justin Bieber

56. “Graveyard”—Halsey

57. “Drunk in Love”—Beyonce featuring Jay-Z

58. “Friends”—Marshmello and Anne-Marie

59. “Gangnam Style”—Psy

60. “Rise”—Jonas Blue featuring Jack & Jack

Dance Music in the 2000s

Trance music which became popular in the early 2000s, started losing steam as diverse forms of hard house and chillout became a craze. Chillout in particular achieved mainstream popularity in the decade with it’s characterized slow tempos and hypnotic sounds creating the perfect ambience at nightclubs and lounges. In the latter part of the 2000s, artists associated with electro house had their fair share of mainstream success. Certain artists rooted in non-mainstream dance genres had considerable success with their dance songs which became hip hop club bangers.

A number of dance-pop artists had chart-topping success with their unique blend of dance music and contemporary R&B. Towards the end of the decade, a number of young female artists started incorporating aesthetically crafted sounds of electropop, and Nu-disco in their dance-pop songs, many of which were deemed as thorough club bangers. This unique blend of dance sounds and rhythms became a rage with teens globally. Dance-pop which encompassed a wide spectrum of musical styles became the essential mainstream sound in dance music.

Lady Gaga in August 2008, the same month she released The Fame, the album that brought electropop, synth-pop, and dance-pop into the mainstream.

Lady Gaga in August 2008, the same month she released The Fame, the album that brought electropop, synth-pop, and dance-pop into the mainstream.


61. “How Deep Is Your Love”—Calvin Harris and the Disciples

62. “Turn Me On”—Riton and Oliver Heldens featuring Vula

63. “Closer”—The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey

64. “Perfect Strangers”—Jonas Blue featuring JP Cooper

65. “Lose Control”—Meduza, Becky Hill and Goodbyes

66. “No Brainer”—DJ Khaled featuring Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper and Quavo

67. “Moth to Flame”—Swedish House Mafia and the Weeknd

68. “Everything But You”—Clean Bandit featuring A7S

69. “One Last Time”—Ariana Grande

70. “Massive”—Drake

71. “Can’t Stop the Feeling!”—Justin Timberlake

72. “Promises”—Calvin Harris and Sam Smith

73. “So Close”—NOTD and Felix Jaehn featuring Captain Cuts and Georgia Ku

74. “Words”—Alesso featuring Zara Larsson

75. “Stay with Me”—Calvin Harris, Justin Timberlake, Halsey, and Pharrell Williams

76. “Run”—Becky Hill and Galantis

77. “Problem”—Ariana Grande featuring Iggy Azalea

78. “Move Your Body”—Sia

79. “Complicated”—Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and David Guetta featuring Kiiara

80. “Meet in the Middle”—StoneBridge

Dance Music in the 2010s

EDM which emerged in the ‘90s and exploded onto the dance music scene in the 2000s became a significant part of mainstream in the 2010s. A number of artists in the realm of dance pop and contemporary R&B started incorporating EDM sounds to create dynamism, aesthetics, and textural structure in their songs. The inclusion of EDM, Future Bass, Trap, electropop, synthpop, electropop, reggaeton and dancehall sounds in the realms of dance-pop resulted in fresh new musical innovations in dance music. Some of the biggest club bangers and dance floor anthems were associated with the 2010s. The mesmerizing sounds of Eurodance too had a strong influence on a number of artists associated with electronic and dance music.

A number of duos and female solo acts had significant mainstream success with their dance songs in the 2010s. Empowering choruses backed with tastefully hypnotic mid-tempo and uptempo club beats became the signature sound in dance anthems. The decade also witnessed a growing number of dance-pop artists collaborating with DJs. A number of collaborations on dance songs became exceedingly popular with youth and had a huge impact on the party scene and club scene. This collaboration paved the way for new sounds in dance music.

DJs who had mainstream success in the 2010s were:

  • Calvin Harris
  • Tiesto
  • David Guetta
  • Avicii
  • Steve Akoi
  • Martin Garrix
  • Alesso
  • DJ Snake
  • Afrojack
  • Major Lazer
  • Alan Walker
  • Skrillex
  • Nicky Romero
  • Armin Van Buuren
  • Hardwell
  • Diplo
  • Marshmello
  • The Chainsmokers
  • Swedish House Mafia
  • Deadmau5
  • Slushii
  • Zedd
  • Disclosure
In October 2014, Calvin Harris became the first artist to place three songs simultaneously in the Top 10 of Billboard's Dance/Electronic Songs chart.

In October 2014, Calvin Harris became the first artist to place three songs simultaneously in the Top 10 of Billboard's Dance/Electronic Songs chart.


81. “Get Lucky”—Daft Punk featuring Pharrell and Nile Rodgers

82. “Polaroid”—Jonas Blue, Liam Payne and Lennon Stella

83. “Timber”—Pitbull featuring Kesha

84. “I Got You”—Bebe Rexha

85. “Work”—Rihanna featuring Drake

86. “Mi Gente”—J Balvin and Willy William

87. “Take My Breath”—The Weeknd

88. “Don’t You Worry Child”—Swedish House Mafia featuring John Martin

89. “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)”—Katy Perry

90. “I Need Your Love”—Calvin Harris featuring Ellie Goulding

91. “Lost”—Vassy and Afrojack featuring Oliver Rosa

92. “Wake Me Up”—Avicii

93. “Disco Tits”—Tove Lo

94. “Losing It”—Fisher

95. “Bailando”—Enrique Iglesias

96. “Find U Again”—Mark Ronson featuring Camila Cabello

97. “It Ain’t Me”—Kygo and Selena Gomez

98. “Chandelier”—Sia

99. “I like You (A Happier Song)”—Post Malone featuring Doja Cat

100. “Tik Tok”—Kesha

Dance Music Post 2020

Since 2020, the dance music spectrum has encompassed new sounds with diverse influences from non-mainstream genres. Alongside dance-pop, afrobeat and trap garnered considerable mainstream success. Retro pop sounds of the ‘80s made a huge comeback in the year 2021. A number of female pop artists incorporating dance-pop, nu-disco, synthpop, electropop, new wave, trap, and reggaeton influences have had considerable success since the year 2022.

Certain Hyperpop artists have released critically acclaimed albums which have a had a significant impact on the dance music blueprint. Synth infused electronic styles have become the signature sound in a number of club bangers and summer anthems of the 2020s. Although the COVID-19 pandemic put the brakes on numerous music-related events, it did not deter the sprit of musicians who conducted virtual experiences as alternatives to live events.

Dua Lipa performing on the Future Nostalgia Tour in May 2022.

Dua Lipa performing on the Future Nostalgia Tour in May 2022.

Best Club Bangers #101—250

101. “Sacrifice”—The Weeknd

102. “Let the World Be Ours Tonight”—Deborah Cox

103. “I Love It”—Icona Pop featuring Charli XCX

104. “On the Floor”—Jennifer Lopez featuring Pitbull

105. “Chained to the Rhythm”—Katy Perry featuring Skip Marley

106. “Sexy and I Know It”—LMFAO

107. “Remind Me to Forget”—Kygo featuring Miguel

108. “iPad”—The Chainsmokers

109. “Heart Attack”—Demi Lovato

110. “One Dance”—Drake featuring Wizkid and Kyla

111. “Finally Found You”—Enrique Iglesias featuring Sammy Adams

112. “Heroes (We Could Be)”—Alesso featuring Tove Lo

113. “Find Me”—Sigma featuring Birdy

114. “Magenta Riddim”—DJ Snake

115. “Cola”—CamelPhat and Elderbrok

116. “Magnets”—Disclosure featuring Lorde

117. “Tonight (I’m Lovin’ You)”—Enrique Iglesias featuring Ludacris and DJ Frank E

118. “Blow Your Mind (Mwah)”—Dua Lipa

119. “Consideration”—Rihanna featuring SZA

120. “Jump”—Ciara

121. “Time Of Our Lives”—Pitbull and Ne-Yo

122. “Smile”—Sheila Gordan

123. “Titanium”—David Guetta featuring Sia

124. “Clarity”—Zedd featuring Foxes

125. “Wiggle”—Jason Derulo featuring Snoop Dogg

126. “Roses”—The Chainsmokers featuring Rozes

127. “In the Name of Love”—Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha

128. “Only Girl (In the World)”—Rihanna

129. “Like a Virgin”—Madonna

130. “Without You”—David Guetta featuring Usher

131. “La La La”—Naughty Boy featuring Sam Smith

132. “I Got U”—Duke Dumont featuring Jax Jones

133. “Harlem Shake”—Baauer

134. “Black Widow”—Iggy Azalea featuring Rita Ora

135. “Turn Up the Music”—Chris Brown

136. “I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)”—Whitney Houston

137. “Blow”—Beyonce

138. “Levels”—Avicii

139. “Where Have You Been”—Rihanna

140. “Can We Pretend”—Pink featuring Cash Cash

141. “Do it Again”—Royksopp and Robyn

142. “Bitch, I’m Madonna”—Madonna featuring Nicki Minaj

143. “Till the World Ends”—Britney Spears

144. “IDGAF”—Dua Lipa

145. “Tremor”—Martin Garrix and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

146. “Beat It”—Michael Jackson

147. “Love Yourself”—Billy Porter

148. “Baila Conmigo”—Jennifer Lopez

149. “Hot”—Daddy Yankee featuring Pitbull

150. “Applause”—Lady Gaga

151. “Party Rock Anthem”—LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennett and GoonRock

152. “Sweet Nothing”—Calvin Harris featuring Florence Welch

153. “Turn Down for What”—DJ Snake and Lil Jon

154. “Right Here, Right Now”—Giorgio Moroder featuring Kylie Minogue

155. “OK”—Robin Schulz featuring James Blunt

156. “Turn Me On”—David Guetta featuring Nicki Minaj

157. “Scream and Shout”— and Britney Spears

158. “Neon Light”—Demi Lovato

159. “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go”—Wham!

160. “Birthday”—Katy Perry

161. “Crazy in Love”—Beyonce featuring Jay-Z

162. “Booty”—Jennifer Lopez featuring Iggy Azalea and Pitbull

163. “Need U (100%)”—Duke Dumont featuring A*M*E

164. “Want to Want Me”—Jason Derulo

165. “Bad Romance”—Lady Gaga

166. “Faded”—Zhu

167. “Tsunami”—Dvbbs and Borgeous

168. “Derezzed”—Daft Punk

169. “Kiss”—Prince

170. “Addicted to You”—Avicii

171. “Celebration”—Madonna

172. “Put Your Phone Down (Low)”—Jack Back

173. “Dare (La La La)”—Shakira

174. “7/11”—Beyonce

175. “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)”—Pink

176. “Passionfruit”—Drake

177. “Gettin’ Over You”—David Guetta and Chris Willis featuring Fergie and LMFAO

178. “Just Dance”—Lady Gaga

179. “Disturbia”—Rihanna

180. “Me Against the Music”—Britney Spears featuring Madonna

181. “Holding On”—Disclosure featuring Gregory Potter

182. “Bad”—Michael Jackson

183. “Miami 2 Ibiza”—Swedish House Mafia and Tinie Tempah

184. “Acapella”—Kelis

185. “Pump Up the Jam”—Technotronic

186. “Where Them Girls At”—David Guetta featuring Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj

187. “Hey Brother”—Avicii

188. “Music”—Madonna

189. “As Long As You Love Me”—Justin Bieber featuring Big Sean

190. “Find You”—Zedd featuring Matthew Koma and Miriam Bryant

191. “Supersonic”—Jamirquoi

192. “Rocket”—Goldfrapp

193. “Promiscuous”—Nelly Furtado featuring Timbaland

194. “World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)”—Bob Sinclair featuring Steve Edwards

195. “Pretty Girls”—Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea

196. “One Love”—David Guetta featuring Estelle

197. “Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)”—Beyonce

198. “Pound the Alarm”—Nicki Minaj

199. “Beautiful People”—Chris Brown featuring Benny Benassi

200. “Really Don’t Care”—Demi Lovato featuring Cher Lloyd

201. “Stereo Love”—Edward Maya and Vika Jigulina

202. “Latch”—Disclosure featuring Sam Smith

203. “Funkytown”—Lipps Inc.

204. “Hey Baby”—Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Diplo

205. “I Gotta Feeling”—Black Eyed Peas

206. “Bailamos”—Enrique Iglesias

207. “Sexy Bitch”—David Guetta featuring Akon

208. “Give me Everything”—Pitbull featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack and Nayer

209. “Right Now”—Rihanna featuring David Guetta

210. “Dark Horse”—Katy Perry featuring Juicy J

211. “Telephone”—Lady Gaga featuring Beyonce

212. “When Love Takes Over”—David Guetta featuring Kelly Rowland

213. “Lose My Breath”—Destiny’s Child

214. “Ouch Can’t Handle Me”—Flo Rida featuring David Guetta

215. “Feel This Moment”—Pitbull featuring Christina Aguilera

216. “Come and Get It”—Selena Gomez

217. “Won’t Look Back”—Duke Dumont

218. “Papa Don’t Preach”—Madonna

219. “We Run the Night”—Havana Brown

220. “Don’t Wake Me Up”—Chris Brown

221. “Rude Boy”—Rihanna

222. “Not Myself Tonight”—Christina Aguilera

223. “What You Waiting For?”—Gwen Stefani

224. “Paparazzi”—Lady Gaga

225. “Scream”—Usher

226. “International Love”—Pitbull featuring Chris Brown

227. “Creatures of the Night”—Hardwell and Austin Mahone

228. “I’m Gonna Get You”—Bizarre Inc featuring Angie Brown

229. “Timebomb”—Kylie Minogue

230. “Commander”—Kelly Rowland featuring David Guetta

231. “Hung Up”—Madonna

232. “Ferrari”—James Hype and Miggy Dela Rosa

233. “The Way You Make Me Feel”—Michael Jackson

234. “Call Your Girlfriend”—Robyn

235. “In the Dark”—Dev

236. “Give It 2 Me”—Madonna

237. “Stars”—Erika Jayne

238. “Bulletproof”—La Roux

239. “Toxic”—Britney Spears

240. “Somebody Loves You”—Betty Who

241. “Let’s Go”—Calvin Harris featuring Ne-Yo

242. “Turn the Night Up”—Enrique Iglesias

243. “Don’t Stop the Music”—Rihanna

244. “Believe”—Cher

245. “Get Together”—Madonna

246. “Don’t Cha”—The Pussycat Dolls featuring Busta Rhymes

247. “I Could Be the One”—Avicii and Nicky Romeo

248. “Stay the Night”—Zedd featuring Hayley Williams

249. “I Like It”—Enrique Iglesias featuring Pitbull

250. “LoveGame”—Lady Gaga

Best Club Bangers #251—500

251. “Release Me”—Agnes

252. “Lady (Hear Me Tonight)”—Modjo

253. “You Make Me Feel…”—Cobra Starship featuring Sabi

254. “Poker Face”—Lady Gaga

255. “Callin (Losing My Mind)”—Sebastian Ingrosso and Alesso featuring Ryan Tedder

256. “Disco Lies”—Moby

257. “Goin’ In”—Jennifer Lopez featuring Flo Rida

258. “Run on Love”—Lucas Nord featuring Tove Lo

259. “Eenie Meenie”—Sean Kingston and Justin Bieber

260. “Starships”—Nicki Minaj

261. “Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now)”—Bob Sinclair and Cutee B featuring Dollarman, Big Ali and Makedah

262. “Love Etc.”—Pet Shop Boys

263. “I Hate This Part”—The Pussycat Dolls

264. “Closer”—Ne-Yo

265. “Never Say Never”—Basement Jaxx featuring ETML

266. “Just Can’t Get Enough”—Black Eyed Peas

267. “Into the Blue”—Kylie Minogue

268. “Mr. Put It Down”—Ricky Martin featuring Pitbull

269. “Like I Would”—Zayn

270. “Stay (Don’t Go Away)”—DJ Guetta featuring Raye

271. “4 Minutes”—Madonna and Justin Timberlake

272. “Buttons”—The Pussycat Dolls featuring Snoop Dogg

273. “Love Generation”—Bob Sinclair featuring Gary Pine

274. “Children”—Robert Miles

275. “Get Outta My Way”—Kylie Minogue

276. “Lost”—Roger Sanchez featuring Lisa Pure

277. “Say it Right”—Nelly Furtado

278. “Save the World”—Swedish House Mafia

279. “E.T.”—Katy Perry featuring Kanye West

280. “Did You See Me Coming?”—Pet Shop Boys

281. “Sorry”—Madonna

282. “What Is Love”—Haddaway

283. “One More Time”—Daft Punk

284. “Party People (Ignite the World)”—Erika Jayne

285. “In for the Kill”—La Roux

286. “Say Hello”—Deep Dish

287. “Maneater”—Nelly Furtado

288. “Be with You”—Enrique Iglesias

289. “I Like to Move It”—Reel 2 Real featuring The Mad Stuntman

290. “Get the Party Started”—Pink

291. “Live it Up”—Jennifer Lopez featuring Pitbull

292. “Catch My Breath”—Kelly Clarkson

293. “Go All Night”—Gorgon City featuring Jennifer Hudson

294. “Material Girl”—Madonna

295. “3”—Britney Spears

296. “Waiting for Tonight”—Jennifer Lopez

297. “Umbrella”—Rihanna

298. “Let There Be Love”—Christina Aguilera

299. “S.O.S. (Let the Music Play)”—Jordin Sparks

300. “With Love”—Hillary Duff

301. “When I Grow Up”—The Pussycat Dolls

302. “Same Ol’ Story”—Cyndi Lauper

303. “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love”—Usher featuring Pitbull

304. “Mr. Vain”—Culture Beat

305. “Don’t Wanna Go Home”—Jason Derulo

306. “Higher Place”—Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike featuring Ne-Yo

307. “All Night”—Icona Pop

308. “Baby Got Back”—Sir Mix-a-Lot

309. “Precious”—Depeche Mode

310. “Break the Ice”—Britney Spears

311. “She Wolf”—Shakira

312. “Runaway”—Jamiroquai

313. “Body Shots”—Kaci Battaglia

314. “It Feels So Good”—Sonique

315. “Sound of Freedom”—Bob Sinclair featuring Gary Pine and Dollarman

316. “Dance Again”—Jennifer Lopez featuring Pitbull

317. “Talking Body”—Tove Lo

318. “Spectrum”—Zedd featuring Matthew Koma

319. “Another Night”—Real McCoy

320. “Painkillr”—Erika Jayne

321. “Beautiful”—Taylor Dayne

322. “Insomnia”—Faithless

323. “As Your Friend”—Afrojack featuring Chris Brown

324. “Peacock”—Katy Perry

325. “All for You”—Janet Jackson

326. “Wish I Didn’t Miss You”—Angie Stone

327. “Be My Lover”—La Bouche

328. “Angelicus”—Delerium featuring Isabel Bayrakdarian

329. “Lose Yourself to Dance”—Daft Punk featuring Pharrell

330. “Free”—Ultra Nate

331. “Addicted to Bass”—Josh Abrahams and Amiel Daemion

332. “Shiny Disco Balls”—Who Da Funk featuring Jessica Eve

333. “Beautiful Life”—Ace of Base

334. “The Night Out”—Martin Solveig

335. “Around the World”—Daft Punk

336. “Marry the Night”—Lady Gaga

337. “Never Gonna Give You Up”—Rick Astley

338. “Don’t Call Me Baby”—Madison Avenue

339. “Slow”—Kylie Minogue

340. “West End Girls”—Pet Shop Boys

341. “Never”—Kristine W

342. “Pon de Play”—Rihanna

343. “I’ve Got a Life”—Eurythmics

344. “Days Go By”—Dirty Vegas

345. “Boom Boom Boom”—The Outhere Brothers

346. “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)”—C+C Music Factory featuring Martha Wash and Freedom Williams

347. “Say Somethin’”—Mariah Carey featuring Snoop Dogg

348. “Living in Danger”—Ace of Base

349. “Pocketful of Sunshine”—Natasha Bedingfield

350. “Red Alert”—Basement Jaxx

351. “No Limit”—2 Unlimited

352. “Better Off Alone”—Alice Deejay

353. “What’s On Your Mind (Pure Energy)”—Information Society

354. “A Different Kind of Love Song”—Cher

355. “Firework”—Katy Perry

356. “Let’s Hear It for the Boy”—Deniece Williams

357. “Feelin’ So Good”—Jennifer Lopez featuring Big Pun and Fat Joe

358. “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)”—Eurythmics

359. “Good Vibrations”—Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch featuring Loleatta Holloway

360. “Warrior”—Havana Brown

361. “Stamp Your Feet”—Donna Summer

362. “The Sound of Violence”—Cassius

363. “Sweet Dreams”—Beyonce

364. “Move”—Moby

365. “Feedback”—Janet Jackson

366. “Whine Up”—Kat DeLuna

367. “Bust a Move”—Young MC

368. “She Drives Me Crazy”—Fine Young Cannibals

369. “Lazy”—X-Press 2 featuring David Byrne

370. “Groove Is in the Heart”—Deee-Lite

371. “Song for the Lonely”—Cher

372. “Milkshake”—Kelis

373. “Can You Forgive Her?”—Pet Shop Boys

374. “It’s Raining Men”—The Weather Girls

375. “Show Me”—Jessica Sutta

376. “Gimme More”—Britney Spears

377. “Tarzan Boy”—Baltimora

378. “How Will I Know”—Whitney Houston

379. “Everybody Everybody”—Black Box featuring Martha Wash

380. “Dynamite”—Taio Cruz

381. “Not Gonna Get Us”—t.A.T.u.

382. “Do You Wanna Get Funky”—C+C Music Factory featuring Martha Wash, Zelma Davis and Trilogy

383. “Love Shack”—B-52’s

384. “Flashdance…What a Feeling”—Irene Cara

385. “Ooh Aah…Just a Little Bit”—Gina G

386. “Hello”—Martin Solveig and Dragonette

387. “The Giver”—Duke Dumont

388. “Number 1”—Goldfrapp

389. “Bingo Bango”—Basement Jaxx

390. “It Began in Afrika”—The Chemical Brothers

391. “Wrong”—Depeche Mode

392. “Beautiful Monster”—Ne-Yo

393. “Jump (For My Love)”—The Pointer Sisters

394. “Amazing”—George Michael

395. “Take Me Higher”—Diana Ross

396. “One Day in Your Life”—Anastacia

397. “Come Go with Me”—Expose

398. “The Safety Dance”—Men Without Hats

399. “Sensual Seduction”—Snoop Dogg

400. “Alive”—Goldfrapp

401. “Everybody Everybody”—Black Box

402. “Push It”—Salt-n-Pepa

403. “Bottle Pop”—The Pussycat Dolls featuring Snoop Dogg

404. “Genius of Love”—Tom Tom Club

405. “Fancy”—Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX

406. “Hold It Against Me”—Britney Spears

407. “The Lucky Ones”—Kerli

408. “I Can’t Wait”—Nu Shooz

409. “Not in Love”—Enrique Iglesias featuring Kelis

410. “Right Here (Departed)”—Brandy

411. “Relax”—Crystal Waters

412. “Tell It to My Heart”—Taylor Dayne

413. “Rhythm Is a Dancer”—Snap!

414. “All Nite (Don’t Stop)”—Janet Jackson

415. “I Heart You”—Toni Braxton

416. “Let’s Groove”—Earth, Wind & Fire

417. “Barbie Girl”—Aqua

418. “I’ve Been Thinking About You”—Londonbeat

419. “You Spin Me Round Like a Record”—Dead or Alive

420. “Walk Into the Sun”—Dirty Vegas

421. “Self Control”—Laura Branigan

422. “More and More”—Captain Hollywood Project

423. “Beautiful U R”—Deborah Cox

424. “Another Night”—Real McCoy

425. “Blue Monday”—New Order

426. “King of My Castle”—Wamdue Project

427. “Tainted Love”—Soft Cell

428. “Stranger in My House”—Tamia

429. “Fame”—Irene Cara

430. “Big Banana”—Havana Brown featuring R3hab

431. “Love Story”—Nadia Ali

432. “Rumors”—Timex Social Club

433. “The Wonder of It All”—Kristine W.

434. “Situation”—Yazoo

435. “Face to Face”—Daft Punk

436. “Push the Feeling On”—Nightcrawlers and DJ Marc Kinchen

437. “So Excited”—Janet Jackson featuring Khia

438. “Rapture”—Blondie

439. “Play Your Part”—Deborah Cox

440. “Louder (Put Your Hands Up)”—Chris Willis

441. “Hold On”—Nervo

442. “Army of Love”—Kerli

443. “Micky”—Tony Basil

444. “Naughty Girl”—Beyonce

445. “Rump Shaker”—Wreckx-N-Effect

446. “That’s the Way Love Is”—Ten City

447. “Faster Kill Pussycat”—Oakenfold featuring Brittany Murphy

448. “Dirty Talk”—Wynter Gordan

449. “Super Freak”—Rick James

450. “Walk on Sunshine”—Katrina and the Waves

451. “Come on Down”—Crystal Waters

452. “Filthy/Gorgeous”—Scissor Sisters

453. “Touch Me (All Night Long)”—Fonda Rae

454. “Can’t Get You Out of My Head”—Kylie Minogue

455. “Silence”—Delerium featuring Sarah McLachlan

456. “Change”—Kimberly Locke

457. “Now, I’m That Bitch”—Livvi Franc featuring Pitbull

458. “Strike It Up”—Black Box

459. “Let’s Go Crazy”—Prince and the Revolution

460. “Beautiful Now”—Zedd featuring Jon Bellion

461. “Just Can’t Get Enough”—Depeche Mode

462. “Spaceman”—Hardwell

463. “Be Without You”—Mary J. Blige

464. “Fake”—Simply Red

465. “Diva”—Beyonce

466. “Sing It Back”—Moloko

467. “This Is Your Night”—Amber

468. “3 a.m. Eternal”—KLF

469. “Flawless (Go to the City)”—George Michael

470. “Better Than Today”—Kylie Minogue

471. “Strict Machine”—Goldfrapp

472. “Comin’ Back”—The Crystal Method

473. “Jump Around”—House of Pain

474. “Who the Hell Are You”—Madison Avenue

475. “Hey Baby (Drop it to the Floor)”—Pitbull featuring T-Pain

476. “Do It”—Nelly Furtado

477. “Caribbean Queen (No more Love on the Run)”—Billy Ocean

478. “Where the Money’s Gone”—Cher

479. “Good Life”—Inner City

480. “Breathe”—Erasure

481. “Real Love”—Jody Watley

482. “I Turn to You”—Melanie C

483. “Love is the Look”—Kristine W

484. “Planet Love”—Taylor Dayne

485. “Up and Down”—Vengaboys

486. “Born Slippy Nuxx”—Underworld

487. “Hold It Don’t Drop It”—Jennifer Lopez

488. “Dangerous Power”—Gabriel & Dresden and Jan Burton

489. “Piece of Me”—Britney Spears

490. “Soldier”—Destiny’s Child

491. “The One that Got Away”—Natasha Bedingfield

492. “Crazy Possessive”—Kaci Battaglia

493. “Don’t You Want Me”—Human League

494. “Make It Last”—Dave Aude featuring Jessica Sutta

495. “Popular”—Darren Hayes

496. “Suffer Well”—Depeche Mode

497. “Word Up!”—Cameo

498. “A Thousand Beautiful Things”—Annie Lennox

499. “Dreamer”—Livin’ Joy

500. “I Get Lifted”—Barbara Tucker

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