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Best Chillwave Playlist Ever!!!

Give It Up by Tropics
Running Of Of You by Keep Shelly In Athens
We Are Young by Juveniles
Sunset Junction by Work Drugs
Sunspray by Blackbird Blackbird
Feel It Around by Washed Out
So Lonely (Morgan Zarate Remix) by dBridge
No Way Down by Air France
Post Physical by Pictureplane
Pyragony by Com Truise
dtrh by Christopher Rau and Timlan Tausendfreund
Era Extrana by Neon Indian
Girls by Taragan Pyjarama
Heat Haze by Walls
Wind At My Back by Brothertiger
Bicycle by Memory Tapes
Coastal Brake (Original) by Tycho
Still Sound by Toro Y Moi

This is the Best Chillwave Playlist Ever!!! All the greatest hits from that addicting subgenre that I’m so hooked on listening to now called Chillwave are here including one of my favorites, Washed Out’s Feel It All Around. I don’t think I can ever get tired of listening to this song. I first hear Feel It All Around as the theme song to Portlandia and I was immediately hooked on it and later it grew on me even more. I just love it. From the Life Of Leisure EP.

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Hold on tight as this here is the 100 Best Dance Songs From The 80s list. This huge list of songs on the 100 Best Dance Songs From The 80s list is not in any kind of order. In fact none of the playlists here at are ever in order unless they were meant to flow together from one to the other because I truly think most of the music on this list is pretty equal but for sure these are the 100 Best Dance Songs From The 80s. There certainly are so many genres and offshoots genres covered here, so many of them. You’ve got yourself some funk, some 80s disco, some italo-disco, loads of dance pop, lots of synth-pop, some industrial, some techno-pop, lots of high energy, even some acid house, and even some electro or electro/hip-hop and more and more. If I’m missing a genre just let me know as I could be missing one or two. Gosh if we put together the list of the 100 Best Dance And Electronic songs from the 90s that list of genres and subgenres will balloon out even further but we are certainly covering a lot of ground here on the 100 Best Dance Songs From The 80s Ever list so let’s get started shall we?

With this list of 100 Best Dance Songs From The 80s you have to include several artists as it’s a given. Singers and musicians like Michael JacksonPrinceMadonnaDepeche ModePet Shop BoysNew Order and so on were in their top form during the 80s and were putting out the most excellent dance music and so those singers and bands definitely have to be included on this excellent list. Tracks like Madonna’s Into The Groove has to be on this list as it’s one of the most excellent examples of a dance track that was also a big hit. Then you also have to have New Order and the biggest selling 12″ dance single of all time with Blue Monday. I can’t tell you what an excellent song that is and how many times have I danced and grooved to Blue Monday since it’s release in the early 80s until now and it’s still going strong. It’s a masterpiece for sure. I wanted to make sure this list is not all poppy dance crappy stuff and made sure it included loads of underground dance music. I’m definitely more hip and keen on the underground stuff so tried to make the majority of the songs on this list of 100 Best Dance Songs From The 80, underground tracks from the 80s.

Also this is just a list of 100 songs or tracks so there definitely is going to be missing key dance tracks from the 8os. That’s just the way it is you just can’t fit more than a hundred songs on a list of Top 100 best Dance Songs From The 80s Ever! So it probably deserves more than one list of the 100 Best Dance Songs From The 80s!

When you get these 100 Best Dance Songs From The 80s on your iPod or iPhone or even iPad and set up to mix automatically with this awesomely powerful DJ app for the iPhone or iPad then you will have one grooving 80s themed party. These energetic dance songs from the 80s will get everyone bouncing off the wall or shall we say dancing on the ceiling?? And the app will do the mixing for you. All you have to do is set it up and let it run. It’s almost a 10 hour mix of non stop 80s flavored dance beats in the form of the 100 Best Dance Songs From The 80s. Check them out you will certainly love these. You’ll hear some familiar tunes and then you’ll discover some tracks that you have never knew and then you might even hear a song but totally forgot about it and rediscover here on this list.

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Top 100 Best Dance Songs From The 80s Ever!!!

1. I’m Ready by Kano
2. Bassline (Original 12″ Mix) by Mantronix
3. Send Me An Angel (Extended Mix) by Real Life
4. Walking In The Neon (Club Version) by Peter Richard
5. Los Ninos Del Parque (12” Mix) by Liaisons Dangereuses
6. Kiss Me by Tin Tin
7. A Love Bizarre (Parts 1 & 2) by Sheila E.
8. Problèmes d’Amour (USA Original Version) by Alexander Robotnick
9. I Feel For You (Remix) by Chaka Khan
10. Boom Boom Boom by Paul Lekakis
11. Breakin’… There’s No Stopping Us (Club Mix) by Ollie & Jerry
12. The Mexican (Dance Mix) by Jellybean
13. (We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thing (Original 12″ Mix) by Heaven 17
14. Dirty Talk (Original 12″ Instrumental Mix) by Klein & MBO
15. The Reflex (Dance Mix) by Duran Duran
16. Spacer Woman by Charlie
17. Move Your Body by Marshall Jefferson
18. Right On Track by Breakfast Club
19. Thriller by Michael Jackson
20. Walk This Way by Run D.M.C.
21. Break Dance (Electric Boogie) (Original 12″ Mix) by West Street MOB
22. Hey Hey Guy (12” Version) by Ken Laszlo
23. It Takes Two by Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock
24. Babe We’re Gonna Love Tonight (Remix) by Lime
25. AEIOU Sometimes Y by Ebn-Ozn
26. U Got The Look by Prince
27. 19 (12 ” Version) by Paul Hardcastle
28. Into the Groove by Madonna
29. You Spin Me Round (Like A Record) by Dead Or Alive
30. We Connect (European Mix) by Stacey Q
31. Voodoo Ray (Original 12″ Mix) by A Guy Called Gerald
32. White Horse by Laid Back
33. Call Me (“American Gigolo” 12″ Version) by Blondie
34. Planet Rock (Original Vocal Version) by Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force
35. Where Is My Man? (Special Extended Version) by Eartha Kitt
36. Paid In Full (7 Mins Of Madness Coldcut Remix) by Eric B. & Rakim
37. Don’t You Want Me (Special Extended Dance Mix) by The Human League
38. Big In Japan (Extended Remix) by Alphaville
39. Blue Monday by New Order
40. Jam On It by Newcleus
41. Don?t Go (12′ Mix) by Yazoo
42. Break 4 Love by Raze
43. Dreams Of Santa Anna/The Texican (Extended Club Mix) by Orange Lemon
44. Clear by Cybotron
45. Oh Yeah (Dance Mix) by Yello
46. It’s Alright by Pet Shop Boys
47. Together Forever (Extended Version) by Rick Astley
48. Safety Dance by Men Without Hats
49. Don’t Need A Gun (Beyond Meltdown Mix) by Billy Idol
50. Fascinated by Company B

51. Good Life by Inner City
52. Point Of No Return by Expose
53. Sex (I’m A …) (Extended Version) by Berlin
54. Buffalo Stance by Neneh Cherry
55. Deep in Vogue by Malcolm Mclaren
56. Siberian Nights by Twilight 22
57. Papa’s Got A Brand New Pigbag (Extended Version) by Pigbag
58. This Time I Know It’s For Real by Donna Summer
59. Venus (Extended Mix) by Bananarama
60. Another One Bites The Dust by Queen
61. Relax by Frankie Goes To Hollywood
62. The Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight by Dominatrix
63. Love Like Blood (12″ Version) by Killing Joke
64. Dancing In Heaven (Orbital Be-Bop) by Q-Feel
65. Sex Dwarf by Soft Cell
66. Beat Box by Art Of Noise
67. Al-Naayfysh (The Soul) by Hashim
68. Prove Your Love (Extended Remix) by Taylor Dayne
69. Atlantis Is Calling (S.O.S. For Love) (Extended Version) by Modern Talking
70. Voyage Voyage by Desireless
71. Looking For A New Love by Jody Watley
72. The Theme From S’Express by S’Express
73. Oh Sheila by Ready For The World
74. Fade To Grey (Original 12” Long Version) by Visage
75. Rock It by Herbie Hancock
76. Living On Video by Trans-X
77. Obsession (Dance Mix) by Animotion
78. You Keep Me Hangin’ On by Kim Wilde
79. Menergy by Patrick Cowley
80. Din Daa Daa (US Remix) by George Kranz
81. White Lines (Don’t Do It) by Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel
82. Def Con One by Pop Will Eat Itself
83. Touch Me (I Want Your Body) by Samantha Fox
84. Running (Vocal Remix) by Information Society
85. You Think You’re A Man by Divine
86. Word Up by Cameo
87. Why? by Bronski Beat
88. Pump Up The Volume by M/A/R/R/S
89. Ever Fallen In Love (Arthur Baker’s Club Senseless) by Fine Young Cannibals
90. I Can’t Wait (Power Mix) by Nu Shooz
91. Wordy Rappinghood by Tom Tom Club
92. Strangelove (Pain Mix) by Depeche Mode
93. Let The Music Play (Original Full 12″ Mix) by Shannon
94. Dr. Beat (Original 12″ Mix) by Miami Sound Machine
95. She Bop (Special Dance Mix) by Cyndi Lauper
96.Young Guns (Go For It) (12″ Mix) by Wham!
97. A Girl In Trouble (Is A Temporary Thing) (Dance Mix) by Romeo Void
98. Der Kommissar by After The Fire
99. Wheel Me Out by Was (Not Was)
100. Cavern by Liquid Liquid

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Sep 18

80s Redux

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Here’s a great playlist of original tracks from the 80’s that were either redone/remade or the original tracks by the original artists remixed to either sound completely different to accentuate it slightly. All of the tracks on here are very recognizable and I’m sure you’ve heard them before. Haven’t you?? The playlist starts with Hyper doing an awesome version of Adam & The Ant’s classic, early 80’s tune Ant Music. It’a a very upbeat and energetic version, perfect to set things up for a 80’s themed party.

I then head off to Laidback’s White Horse remixed by Funkstar De Luxe, This track keeps keeps to the original sound but it’s perfectly remixed and given the extra “oomph” by Funkstar De Luxe. Funkstar De Luxe did an awesome remix back in 2000 of Bob Marley’s Sun Is Shining and it was part of a remix CD he put out called Keep On Movin. Other great remixes on the album Keep On Movin include Tom Jone’s She’s A Lady, Pull Up To The Bumper by Grace Jones and Ring My Bell by Anita Ward. It’s a great album and definitely worth checking out if you are at all into remixes.

Electric Avenue (21’s Century Mix) by Eddie Grant is an upbeat electronic dance club stormer. It has thee full on beats for the best house party/club nights out. It’s several years old as a remix but still sounds fresh today.

Duran Duran’s Girl’s On Film remixed by Salt Tank keeps to the original track but has been updated with the current beats and sounds. It still has the feel of the original song but has the feel of an extended re-edit. It’s definitely fun for the 80’s music lover.

I found the next track off a free cd that I received from a magazine back in the late 90’s. It’s a remake of Gary Numan’s Cars by Dave Clark. It’s still sounds like the original tune but extended and the vocals are by I’m assuming Dave Clark the techno artist/DJ.

The next track on the playlist is Something To Do (Black Strobe Remix) by Depeche Mode. Of course everyone knows Depeche Mode and alot of you know who Black Strobe are. A great French duo who did an awesome track called Me And Madonna a couple of years back. A dirty, sleazy sounding gem that’s great to listen to over and over. Anyway this remix is off the Enjoy The Silence remix single from 2004. The track has been given the modern stripped down electronic club sound and the track still hangs onto the original melody of the track. It’s definitely great to listen and dance to. Of course Dave Gahan’s vocals are great too!

Everyone knows the next track as it’s very popular and has been licensed to many compilations and featurned in countless films. It’s Soft Cell’s Tainted Love remixed by Soulchild. This version comes from Soft Cell’s greatest hits cd from 2003 and I assume this version that’s on the CD is an edit clocking in at just under four minutes but still sounds awesome. The remix basically has made the track much more upbeat and energetic. I think it’s definitely perfection!

Ok this next track is basically a mash-up. It’s taking I Begin To Wonder by Danni Minogue and mashing it with You Spin Me Round Round by Dead Or Alive called Begin To Spin Me Round. It’s a marvelous remix and a great job whoever did the work in creating this work of art. The original Dannii Minogue song is ok but this
makes the song sound like the 80’s all over again thanks to Dead Or Alive’s great beats!

I love Buffalo Gals by Malcolm Mclaren and this updated remix by Roger Sanchez is also great. It’s upbeat and fun to dance to. I wish alot more of Malcolm Mclaren’s music would get remixed. Like one of my all time favorite tracks of his is Deep In Vogue from 1989.

Everyone knows Blue Monday by New Order and Hardfloor did an amazing perfect remix of that track back in 1995 so I decided to include that remix up next. It’s a big beat techno floor filler and the remix still sounds awesome after 10 years just like the original sounds great today.

Culture Club’s Do You Really Want To Hurt Me (TMS-PMS Mix) is another fresh sounding update/remix of the classic 80’s track. It sort of has an electro 80’s sound as a remix. Fun to dance too!

Rapture (Guru’s Fly Party Remix) by Blondie has been given the sped up hip-hop sound. It’s fresh sounding and perfect to dance to. Although the remix 12 years old it’s still sounds great and it includes a new rap which complements the remix and Blondie’s singing.

Up next is one of my favorite remakes, an updated remake of Crockett’s Theme by
FPU. It’s quite pleasant to listen to and has that added moody element. It’s definitely hundred times better than the original. Hate to say that to fans of Jan Hammer but this is perfection!

This remix of Erasure’s Who Needs Love Like That was done in the early 90’s, I believe 1991 to coincide with their Pop! Greatest Hits CD. It’s a good update but still sounds like the 80’s. I guess alot has happened in the world of electronic music and remixing and things just sound better nowadays versus how remixes sounded in the early 90’s. It’s still a fun track.

The Jason Nevin’s remix of Run DMC’s It’s Like That is a great update/remix. It keeps to the original sound but again giving that extra added “oomph”. Nice and upbeat and a little sped up for the dancefloor!

I end the playlist with a cheesy (I can say that because it is) remake of Bryan Adams’s Heaven by DJ Sammy. It’s an overplayed pop/dance track and it’s fun too.

Ant Music by Hyper
White Horse by Wonderland Avenue
Electric Avenue (21st Century Mix) by Eddy Grant
Girls On Film (Salt Tank Mix) by Duran Duran
Cars by Dave Clark
Something To Do (Black Strobe Remix) by Depeche Mode
Tainted Love (Soulchild Remix) by Soft Cell

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Begin to Spin Me Round (Extended Verison) by Dannii Minogue
Buffalo Gals Stampede (B-Gals Stampede Radio Mix) by Malcolm McLaren & The
World Famous Supreme Team
Blue Monday (Hardfloor Mix) by New Order
Do You Really Want 2 Hurt Me (TMS~PMS Mix) by Culture Club
Rapture (Guru’s Fly Party Mix) by Blondie
Who Needs Love Like That (Hamburg Mix) by Erasure
It’s Like That by Run-D.M.C. vs. Jason Nevins

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