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Dance Classics by PartyFavorz

The “Dance Classics” channel offers a journey through time with non-stop mixes from four iconic decades of dance music. This channel brings together the most memorable dance songs from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and 00s. Enjoy a diverse collection of tracks that have made an enduring impact on dance floors worldwide. Whether you’re revisiting favorites or discovering classics for the first time, this channel is your gateway to the enduring beats and rhythms that have defined generations.


Progress House Classics & Other Millennial Favorites: BackSpin Volume 1
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196:01 4/13/24
Christmas Remix Songs For Dance: X-mas Dance 2k23
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167:17 11/24/23
Top 2000s Dance Music Classics Volume 3 [2003 — 2004]
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016db43f = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016db43f = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016db43f"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016db43f"); } Dive into the captivating era of dance music with Party Favorz's final volume of the 'Top 2000s Dance Music Classics' series, covering iconic tunes from 2003 to 2004. This collection showcases some of the biggest dance hits and hidden treasures that defined this pivotal period in dance music. Among the influential contributors of this period were Gabriel & Dresden, whose transition from progressive to trance remixes provided a darker edge to club music. Their remix of Jewel's "Intuition" still ranks high among the Top 2000s Dance Music Classics. Jewel, known as an alt-folk singer, proved that thought-provoking lyrics could coexist with pop's perceived superficiality by transitioning into pop music. Mainstream hits of this period include Christina Milian's "Dip It Low", Janet Jackson's "All Nite (Don't Stop)", and Justin Timberlake's "Rock Your Body". These songs not only dominated pop charts but also set dance floors on fire, particularly Sander Kleinberg's progressive house mixes, a distinctive part of the Top 2000s Dance Music Classics. Lesser-known but equally impactful tracks such as Nina Sky's "Move Your Body" and Mylo's "Drop the Pressure" gained classic status in this era and received renewed interest with remix treatments in 2022. This period also saw ONO, John Lennon's widow, venture into dance music. Her abstract poetry, turned into dance remixes, was a successful experiment, with "Walking on Thin Ice", remixed by Pet Shop Boys and Danny Tengalia, topping the club charts. An unforgettable entry to our Top 2000s Dance Music Classics is the Heaven & Earth remix of "Clocks" by Coldplay. Despite not being an official release and charting low, its profound impact on club music was later acknowledged by Coldplay itself. For a comprehensive list of the best dance tunes from this era, explore our Top Dance Songs for 2000 — 2009, focusing on the 2003 and 2004 releases. Stay tuned for our regular programming next week. Meanwhile, prepare to be transported back to the millennial dance music era with the 'Top 2000s Dance Music Classics'. And as always...ENJOY! Album: Millennial Dance Classics [2003 — 2004] Vol. 3Genre: Electro House, Progressive House, House MusicYear: 2023Total Time: 03:19:52 1. t.A.T.u. - All The Things She Said (Extension 119 Club Vocal Mix) 2. Nina Sky - Move Ya Body (Kurd Maverick Main Vocal Mix) 3. Raven Maize - Fascinated (Joey Negro Club Mix) 4. Mylo - Drop The Pressure (Future Funk Squad Remix) 5. ONO - Walking On Thin Ice (Pet Shop Boys Extended Dance Mix) 6. Robbie Rivera - Which Way You're Going (Wally Lopez Remix) 7. Milk & Sugar feat. Lizzy Pattinson - Let The Sun Shine (Terrace M...
199:52 5/13/23
Top 2000s Dance Music Classics: Volume 2 [2003 — 2004]
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016dc665 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016dc665 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016dc665"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016dc665"); } Get ready to immerse yourself in the golden era of dance music with Party Favorz's Volume 2 of the 'Top 2000s Dance Music Classics'. A rich compilation of some of the biggest dance hits from 2003 to 2004, this offering is a must for any dance music enthusiast, featuring unedited epic tracks allowing you to relive the era of massive remixes. One standout DJ/producer from this era encapsulated in this Top 2000s Dance Music Classics collection is Dave Audé, a preferred choice for remix production. With an abundance of rock remixes from artists like Jacques Lu Cont, Thin White Duke, Les Rythmes Digitales (a.k.a. Stuart Price), Jason Nevins, and Lindbergh Palace, this set offers a diverse mix of genre hits. Interestingly, all these remix artists have worked with Madonna at some point, with Stuart Price being instrumental in producing "Confessions On a Dance Floor" and leading her "Confessions Tour". This Top 2000s Dance Music Classics volume also showcases other noteworthy DJ/producers like Gabriel & Dresden and Junkie XL, recognized for their progressive remixes that harmoniously blend Trance music with rock-dance. The period also saw the rise of Electro House, with Benny Benassi's remix of Goldfrapp's "Strict Machine" and his debut single "Satisfaction" pioneering the genre into mainstream popularity. While Electro House was gaining prominence during this period, Party Favorz hasn't overlooked the underground hits from genres like Trance, Progressive House, and House music. However, most of the mainstream hits are reserved for our 'Top Dance Songs of the Year' series. We are geared up to release Volume 3 of the Top 2000s Dance Music Classics mid-week, followed by a final volume next weekend. Expect some Disco House and Peak Hour tunes to keep the party vibe alive. So, don't wait! Dive into the memorable sounds of 2003-2004 with Party Favorz's 'Top 2000s Dance Music Classics' Volume 2! Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: Millennial Dance Classics [2003 — 2004] Vol. 2Genre: Electro House, Progressive House, House MusicYear: 2023Total Time: 02:55:32 1. Seal - Get It Together (Bill Hamel Vocal Mix) 2. GusGus - David (Tim Deluxe Mix) 3. Annie Lennox - Wonderful (Dave Audé Extended Vocal Club) 4. Armand Van Helden - My, My, My (We Deliver The Remix 001) 5. George Michael - Amazing (Full Intention Club Mix) 6. Ashanti - Rock Wit U (Awww Baby) (Pound Boys Remix) 7. Groove Armada - Easy (Original Mix) 8. Ghostface feat. Missy Elliott - Tush (Nevins' Porno Club Mix) 9. Enrique Iglesias feat. Kelis - Not In Love (Dave Audé Remix) 10. Venus Hum - Montana (New Ground Remix) 11. Junior Jack feat.
175:32 5/6/23
Top 2000s Dance Music Classics: Volume 1 [2003 — 2004]
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016dd803 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016dd803 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016dd803"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016dd803"); } Are you ready to go back in time to the early 2000s when DJs ruled the dance scene? Party Favorz is back with the long-awaited continuation of our Top 2000s Dance Music Classics series, featuring some of the biggest hits from 2003 to 2004. Get ready to relive the golden era of dance music, with tracks like David Morales feat. Lea-Lorién's "How Would U Feel," The Roc Project feat. Tina Arena's "Never (Past Tense) (DJ Tiësto Remix)," Elton John's "Are You Ready For Love (Mylo's Road Map To Peace Remix)," Kurtis Mantronik presents Chamonix's "How Did You Know (77 Strings)," and Felix Da Housecat's "Silver Screen Shower Scene (Thin White Duke Mix)." This period was a time of transition, with progressive and electro house emerging as popular genres while DJs like Thunderpuss, Victor Calderone, and Hex Hector became household names. While some of the top songs of the time had a darker sound, this series focuses on the alternative versions of the dance hits and an emerging sound that would inspire a whole new group of superstar DJs in the near future. This series runs adjacent to Party Favorz's Top Dance Songs of the Year from 2000 - 2009 companion series, showcasing the diversity of dance music that was not always present in what promo services were promoting to DJs. With gems both big and small, the Top 2000s Dance Music Classics series is a must-listen for anyone who wants to take a trip down the not-so-distant past. So, let's go back to the early 2000s and relive the sounds that got us to where we are today. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: Millennial Dance Classics [2003 — 2004] Vol. 1Genre: House Music, Progressive House, TranceYear: 2023Total Time: 02:56:47 1. Sting feat. Mylène Farmer - Stolen Car (Take Me Dancing) (Dave Audé Extended Mix) 2. Annie Lennox - Pavement Cracks (Gabriel & Dresden Club Mix) 3. Tiësto feat. BT - Love Comes Again (Original 12 Inch Version) 4. Plummet - Cherish The Day (Sorrentino Remix) 5. David Morales feat. Lea-Lorién - How Would U Feel (Extended Mix) 6. The Scumfrog - Music Revolution (Extended Version) 7. Delerium & JAEL - After All (Satoshi Tomiie Remix) 8. DJ Dan - That Phone Track (Original Mix) 9. Gwen Stefani - What You Waiting For (Jacques Lu Cont Thin White Duke Mix) 10. Lee Cabrera feat. Alex Cartana - Shake It (Move A Little Closer) (Extended Vocal Mix) 11. George Michael - Flawless (Shapeshifters Remix) 12. Simply Red - Sunrise (ATFC Morning Glory Remix) 13. Jewel - Stand (Mike Rizzo Global Club Mix) 14. The Roc Project feat. Tina Arena - Never (Past Tense) (DJ Tiësto Remix) 15. Dido - White Flag (Beginnerz Remix) 16.
176:47 4/29/23
Popular Disco Songs Remixed & Reimagined — Thank God It’s Disco Volume 8
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016de9dc = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016de9dc = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016de9dc"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016de9dc"); } We have finally arrived at the grand finale of the 'Thank God It's Disco' series, and volume 8 offers a richly packed 4-hour set. This compilation provides an appealing mix of familiar favorites and rare gems among popular disco songs, each carefully remastered for today's audience. A standout track in this volume is Chemise's "She Can't Love," an underground masterpiece from 1982. Its catchy riff might ring a bell due to its frequent sampling over the years. Purple Disco Machine meticulously remastered this classic, keeping its original charm intact while adding a touch of their disco-funk signature style. Another treasure among popular disco songs is "New York Moving" by Ahzz, given a fresh lease of life by DJ Disco Cat. The version included here is not only polished for enhanced sound quality, but also rearranged to create a more immersive listening experience. No collection of popular disco songs is complete without a tribute to the French band Ottawan and their iconic hit "D.I.S.C.O." Originating in 1979, this song has been sampled numerous times, even being covered by N-Trance and The Young Professionals. An interesting piece of trivia is that one of the song's authors, Daniel Vangarde, is the father of Thomas Bangalter, one half of the legendary French house duo Daft Punk. This eighth volume of the series is released with a heavy heart, marking the recent passing of Irene Cara, the phenomenal singer behind the theme songs of 1980s hits like "Fame" and "Flashdance...What A Feeling." Cara, whose powerful voice and infectious energy left an indelible mark on disco, passed away at 63. This final volume is dedicated to her memory and her contribution to popular disco songs. Irene Cara Escalera (March 18, 1959 – November 25, 2022), may you rest in peace. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: Thank God It’s Disco Vol. 8Artists: VariousGenre: DiscoLength: 04:07:31 1. Sister Sledge - He's The Greatest Dancer (Dimitri From Paris Remix) 2. Freeez - I.O.U. (Dr Packer Extended Remix) 3. Chemise - She Can't Love You (Purple Disco Machine Extended Mix) 4. Human League - Don't You Want Me (Purple Disco Machine Extended Remix) 5. Lime - Babe, We're Gonna Love Tonight (Barry Harris 2022 Directors Cut) 6. Sheila B Devotion - Spacer (Disco Incorporated Mix) 7. Chic vs. Deee-lite - Le Freak (Extended Mix) 8. Sister Sledge - Thinking Of You (DJ Louie Lou Redited 2022) 9. Patrice Rushen - Forget Me Nots (Jet Boot Jack Remix) 10. Tavares - Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel (Dirty Disco & Matt Consola Classic Rework) 11. Bonnie Pointer - Heaven Must Have Sent You (Ministry Of Funk Live Disco Mix) 12.
247:31 11/27/22
Best Disco Tunes Remixed & Reimagined Thank God It’s Disco Volume 7
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016dfd43 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016dfd43 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016dfd43"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016dfd43"); } Since the launch of the sixth volume of 'Thank God It's Disco,' fans have eagerly awaited the next iteration. Party Favorz has been diligently curating a fresh collection of the best disco tunes for over a year, and we are excited to announce not just one, but two forthcoming releases. For those new to this journey, the 'Thank God It's Disco' series is a carefully curated compilation of the best disco tunes from the 70s and 80s. These classics have been intricately remixed, reimagined, or subtly updated to align with contemporary musical tastes, while faithfully preserving the essence of the original track. It's not rare for us to feature different versions of the same song, remixed by various DJ/producers, each bringing their unique perspective to the remix. Although there might be some unintentional duplications by the same artist, these are rare and typically occur due to a re-release appearing in my DJ Pool without prior knowledge of its previous inclusion. The upcoming volume is filled with lesser-known classics, exciting the most ardent disco enthusiasts. You may discover that the rhythm of many tracks has been sampled and used in other songs from the 90s or even more recent hits. Even for a seasoned disco aficionado like me, the joy of recognizing these reused beats in newer compositions is always surprising and rewarding. For instance, "She Can't Love You" by Chemise, featured in volume 8 of this series, is a great example. This underground house classic from the early 80s was the inspiration for Sean Biddle's "Get Up and Dance" in the early millennium. Now, Purple Disco Machine has remixed the original, spotlighting it in all its 80s synth glory. These unexpected remixes are like a pleasant shock to the system, revealing the depth of crate-digging these DJs must undertake to discover these gems. The age of these best disco tunes should not deter anyone from enjoying their infectious charm. Many of these songs form the backbone of today's hits, such as Beyonce's "Renaissance." Furthermore, these tracks have been carefully updated and optimised for today's listeners, ensuring their relevance and enjoyment. So, prepare to reignite your passion for D-I-S-C-O with these masterfully reimagined best disco tunes. It's time to hit the dance floor and ENJOY! Album: Thank God It’s Disco Vol. 7Artists: VariousGenre: DiscoLength: 04:07:38 1. Bohannon - Let's Start To Dance Again (Dimitri From Paris Extended Mix) 2. First Choice - Doctor Love (Barry Harris 2022 Club Remix) 3. Peech Boys - Don't Make Me Wait (Dr Packer & Michael Gray Remix) 4. Chas Jankel - Glad To Know You (Barry Harris 2022 Remix) 5.
247:38 11/19/22
Top 2000s Dance Music Classics: Volume 2 (1999-2002)
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016e18ac = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016e18ac = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016e18ac"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016e18ac"); } Welcome to another exciting Saturday with Party Favorz, as we present Volume 2 of the 'Top 2000s Dance Music Classics' series, featuring some of the most popular dance anthems from 1999 to 2002. In our previous post for Volume 1, we discussed how many of these iconic 2000s Dance Classics have become foundational in today's club scene. Hits like ATB's "9PM (Til I Come)", Alice Deejay's "Better Off Alone", and ATC's "Around the World (La La La La La)" have been reimagined into chart-topping hits recently. Moreover, the track "Blue (I'm Good)" by David Guetta & Bebe Rexha, which samples Eiffel 65's "Blue (Da Be Dee)", also known as "Blue (I'm in Need of a Guy)", is a key feature of this set. This collection also includes Afro Medusa's "Pasilda" and Earth, Wind & Fire's "September", tracks that have seen countless reworks since their release, with the Phats & Small 1999 remix starting the trend. Some of my personal favourites from this era, like Rui Da Silva's "Touch Me", Puretone's "Addicted To Bass", and Pete Heller's "Big Love", are also part of this collection of 2000s Dance Music. This set is packed with diversity, ranging from House to Trance and Progressive House, and includes works from several high-demand DJs of the era such as Knee Deep, Robbie Rivera, Roger Sanchez, and Illicit. These artists, still relevant today, continue to show their mastery of the craft. As we enjoy the cool days following the sweltering heat, stay tuned for the heat to return with our annual HW series next week. Until then...ENJOY! Album: Millennial Dance Classics [1999 – 2002] Vol. 2Genre: House Music, Progressive House, TranceYear: 2022Total Time: 05:43:02 1. Roger Sanchez - Another Chance (Original Mix) 2. Daft Punk - One More Time (Select Mix Remix) 3. The Ones - Flawless (Phunk Investigation Vocal Mix) 4. Earth, Wind & Fire vs. Phats & Small - September '99 (Mutant Disco Vocal Mix) 5. Beatchuggers feat. Eric Clapton - Forever Man (How Many Times) (Original Mix) 6. Afro Medusa - Pasilda (Knee Deep Mix) 7. Mary Mary - Shackles (Praise You) (Maurice's Carnival 2000 Mix) 8. Onephatdeeva - Bad Habit (ATFC Club Mix) 9. Chicco Secci & Robbie Rivera - Let's Get Together (Main Club Mix) 10. Jamiroquai - Canned Heat (Futureshock Mix) 11. Eiffel 65 - Blue (Da Ba Dee) (DJ Ponte Ice Pop Mix) 12. Alice Deejay - Better Off Alone (Vocal Club Mix) 13. DJ Sammy & Yanou feat. Do - Heaven (S'n'Y Mix Extended) 14. Ian van Dahl feat. Marsha - Castles In The Sky (Extended Mix) 15. Olive - I'm Not In Love (DJ Skribble & Anthony Acid Trance Club Mix) 16. Funky Green Dogs - You Got Me (Burnin' Up) (DJ Asle Extended Mix) 17.
343:02 10/15/22
Top 2000s Dance Music Classics: Volume 1 (1999-2002)
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016e33e0 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016e33e0 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016e33e0"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016e33e0"); } Party Favorz is back with one of our bucket list items that move us from the Ultimate 90s House Classics into the millennium with the Top 2000s Dance Music Classics. I took a different approach to this series, which immediately becomes obvious with the title. First, I started with 1999 because it is possibly one of the best years in dance music history. Many of today's biggest hits have reworked samples that have been turned into massive anthems for a new generation of partygoers. Everything from the late Paul Johnson's "Get Get Down," "Lady (Hear Me Tonight) by Modjo," "9 PM (Til I Come)" by ATB to "Around the World (La La La La La)" by ATC and "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" by Eifel 65 have been plucked from the dance music annals breathing new life into the originals. Heck, even our lady Bey's smash album "Renaissance" is packed with samples from bygone eras. The other thing you'll notice is that this first set spans 4 years. The millennium was a great time for the evolution of dance music from Progressive House which began in the mid-90s and exploded by the end of the decade, to Trance, Techno, Hard Dance, French House, Filtered House, Funky House, Electro House and music that combined elements of all these genres. Of course, the advancement of technology had a lot to do with the abundance of offerings but it was human ingenuity that pushed the boundaries of what House Music could be. Needless to say, it's difficult to focus on just the hits because there were so many memorable underground hits as well depending on where you lived and the bars you frequented. If you're looking for the big room progressive sounds by Hex Hector, Victor Calderone, Peter Rauhofer, Thunderpuss, Junior Vasquez, or Jonathan Peters — you're better off revisiting our Top Dance Songs of the Year series, which starts in 1996 but it's 1999 and beyond you're after. Frankly, 1999 needs to be expanded but I haven't gotten around to it. Equally, five out of the six DJs mentioned have their own Legacy series linked in this article. Depending on what decisions are made with the future of Party Favorz next year — I may go back and do a series with just the big room progressive house anthems featuring these DJs and others. That could be a lot of fun. However, for this series — they were not included. I wasn't sure how this would turn out but this and the upcoming volume 2 have been on repeat in my car for several weeks now as I worked out the final track selections and I'm pleasantly surprised. There is a good deal of House Music styles here with some more Progressive House as it got redefined along with some long-lost gems that even I had completely forgotten about.
249:53 10/9/22
Trance Classics Volume 4: Iconic Tracks from Trance History
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016e4ef9 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016e4ef9 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016e4ef9"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016e4ef9"); } Get ready to embark on a nostalgic journey with the fourth and final volume of the Ultimate Trance Classics series, an elevated collection that stands as a tribute to the pivotal tracks that shaped the trance scene. Revisiting these compilations feels like a late-night dance rave that carries you to dawn's first light, capturing the essence of trance classics like no other. Dive into the rich diversity of the Trance Classics with track one, "Flaming June" by BT, a mesmerizing collaboration with PvD, which set the bar for euphoric trance. As you continue your sonic journey, experience the ethereal vibes of Paul Oakenfold's "Southern Sun," remixed by DJ Tiesto, reminding us of the trance golden era. Relive the brilliance of Armin van Buuren's influence on the genre with tracks like "Exhale," a collaboration with System F, and the unforgettable "As The Rush Comes" remix for Motorcycle, further enhancing the depth and diversity of these Trance Classics. Sash!'s "Encore Une Fois," remixed by Dancing Divaz, brings you a blast from the past, igniting the timeless spirit of trance music. Similarly, "Strange World" by Push, a remastered remake from 2000, serves as an emblematic representation of the evolution of the genre over the decades. Volume 4 concludes on a high note with Dario G's "Sunchyme." The Mastermix 'Diffusion Remix' from 2006 stays true to the original while adding a modern twist. The classic choir hook lifted from Dream Academy's "Life In a Northern Town" coupled with the uplifting instrumental and piano beats make it a perfect homage to the original. These Trance Classics are more than just songs; they're portals to a time when dance floors around the world were united by the pulsating beats of trance music. From BT's "Flaming June" to Dario G's "Sunchyme," this collection is a testament to the lasting impact of these legendary tracks. This enhanced and expanded version of the Ultimate Trance Classics series, better mixed than its 2010 predecessor, is guaranteed to provide an immersive experience for all Trance enthusiasts. Brace yourself for the purest form of euphoria, and let these Trance Classics take you back in time to the unforgettable dance raves of yesteryears. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: Ultimate Trance Classics | Volume 4Genre: Trance, Progressive HouseYear: 2022Total Time: 04:19:00 1. BT - Flaming June (BT & PvD Mix) 2. Blank & Jones - After Love (Club Mix) 3. Armin van Buuren vs. System F - Exhale (Extended Mix) 4. Paul Oakenfold - Southern Sun (DJ Tiesto Mix) 5. Dido - Here With Me (Jonny Vicious Mix) 6. Motorcycle - As The Rush Comes (Armin Van Buuren Universal Religion Mix) 7.
259:00 3/19/22
Trance Classics Volume 3: Iconic Trance Music Anthology
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016e6225 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016e6225 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016e6225"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016e6225"); } Dive into the captivating rhythm of Volume 3 of the Ultimate Trance Classics series, a collection featuring over 3 hours of blissfully euphoric trance music, encapsulating the most influential tracks from this transformative genre's illustrious history. The journey through Trance Classics opens with the hauntingly melodic "Nightmare" by Brainbug, setting a hypnotic tone. Blank & Jones' "The Nightfly" builds on this, subtly weaving a musical tapestry that was instrumental in shaping the genre's future. Tiesto's "Adagio For Strings" is another pinnacle of the Trance Classics genre, remixing the original classical composition into a heart-thumping dance floor anthem. This track echoes the melodic infusion that characterizes the Trance Classics genre, bridging the gap between classical and modern music. We also dive into the emotive "More Than Love" by Andy Moor & Somna featuring vocalist Linney, showcasing the harmonious blend of heart-stirring vocals with mesmerizing beats that became synonymous with Trance Classics. One of the significant milestones in Trance Classics history, "Gouryella" by Gouryella, graces this collection. It's a track that continues to resonate with the fans of the genre, thanks to its unique blend of beats and harmonies. "Saltwater" by Chicane featuring Maire Brennan exemplifies the fusion of ethereal vocals with trance's driving beats, creating an enchanting soundscape that has left an indelible mark on the genre. Further down the tracklist, we find the infectious rhythm of System F's "Out of the Blue," a staple of Trance Classics that typifies the genre's ability to create an intense, euphoric atmosphere that leaves listeners yearning for more. Finally, the epic "Exploration Of Space" by Cosmic Gate rounds out this collection of Trance Classics, capturing the genre's essence with its transcendent melody and pulsating rhythm. This Ultimate Trance Classics compilation reiterates how these timeless tracks have left an indelible imprint on the trance genre, influencing new tracks and artists while remaining adored by fans. With Volume 3, relive the mesmerizing journey through the evolution of Trance Classics. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: Ultimate Trance Classics | Volume 3Genre: Trance, Progressive HouseYear: 2022Total Time: 03:42:30 1. Brainbug - Nightmare (Sinister Strings Mix) 2. Blank & Jones - The Nightfly (Original) 3. Tiësto - Adagio For Strings (Extended Mix) 4. Andy Moor & Somna feat. Linney - More Than Love (Craig Connelly Remix) 5. Gouryella - Gouryella (Extended Mix) 6. Chicane feat. Maire Brennan - Saltwater (Tomski vs. Disco Citizens Remix) 7.
222:30 3/19/22
Ultimate Trance Classics Volume 2
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016e73d4 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016e73d4 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016e73d4"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016e73d4"); } Delve deeper into the transformative voyage of dance music with Volume 2 of the Ultimate Trance Classics series, meticulously curated by Party Favorz. This compilation immerses you in the vibrant sounds that dominated the 90s and the dawn of the new millennium, serving up an intoxicating blend of influential Trance tracks. A noteworthy addition to this collection is the uncredited Trance remix of Dido's 'Thank You.' This track struck a chord in the early 00s, especially after Eminem sampled it in his hit single 'Stan,' leading to an explosion of the song's popularity on MTV and radio. The Trance remix, originating from an unofficial Russian EP, fits seamlessly into the narrative of Trance Classics, adding an extra layer of nostalgia and musical depth to the series. Each track in this compilation tells its own story, paying homage to the artists and DJs who fueled the genre. Highlights include 'Walhalla' by Gouryella, 'Universal Nation' by Push, and 'ResuRection'  by Planet Perfecto Knights. These tracks represent the heart of Trance, their pulsating beats and transcendent melodies embodying the genre's spirit and energy. The collection also includes the unforgettable 'Born Slippy (Nuxx)' by Underworld and 'Elements Of Life' by Tiesto, further solidifying the influence of Trance on dance music. Embark on a sonic journey with volume 2 of the Ultimate Trance Classics, and experience the exhilarating tempo, rhythmic complexities, and captivating melodies that characterize the genre. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: Ultimate Trance Classics | Volume 2Genre: Trance, Progressive HouseYear: 2022Total Time: 04:08:24 1. Future Breeze - Why Dont You Dance With Me (Club Mix Version) 2. Gouryella - Walhalla (Vocal Extended) 3. Push - Universal Nation (Extended Mix) 4. Planet Perfecto Knights - ResuRection (Paul Oakenfold Full On Fluoro Mix) 5. Dido - Thank You (Trance Mix) 6. William Orbit - Barber's Adagio For Strings (Ferry Corsten Remix) 7. Underworld - Born Slippy (Nuxx) 8. Wayne G - Twisted (Original Mix) 9. Scott Bond vs. Solar Stone - 3rd Earth (Original Re-Mastered) 10. Scooter - Trance Atlantic (Original Extended Mix) 11. Ruff Driverz - Waiting For The Sun (Extended Mix) 12. Nalin & Kane - Open Your Eyes (The Child You Are) (Original Mix) 13. Lustral - Everytime (Nalin & Kane Remix) 14. Nalin & Kane - Beachball (Tall Paul Remix) 15. Sash! feat. Tina Cousins - Mysterious Times (Original Maxi) 16. Above & Beyond feat. Richard Bedford - Thing Called Love (Above & Beyond Club Mix) 17. Tiësto - Elements Of Life (Extended Mix) 18. Perpetuous Dreamer - The Sound Of Goodbye (Armin Van Buuren...
248:24 3/13/22
Ultimate Trance Classics Volume 1: A Journey Through the Evolution of Dance Music
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016e85a2 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016e85a2 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016e85a2"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016e85a2"); } Immersing yourself in Trance Classics is akin to taking a voyage through the transformative journey of the dance music scene. This unique genre sprang from the early 1990s techno and hardcore scenes of Germany, enriched by the British new-age music wave. Trance Classics, renowned for tempos ranging between 120–150 bpm, are hallmarked by repetitive melodic phrases, and a distinct musical form that gradually builds tension and elements, often culminating in electrifying peaks or drops. Their rhythmic influence stems from a rich blend of diverse musical styles such as techno, house, pop, chill-out, classical music, ambient, and the ever-influential progressive house. In the much-anticipated series, Ultimate Trance Classics, Party Favorz presents a fresh take on trance music that began in the early 90s techno scene and was propelled by the thriving rave culture in the UK and the US. Influential artists such as Faithless, Perfecto, DJ Tiësto, and Armin Van Buuren navigated this music evolution, moving from House Music to produce intense, tribal electronic sounds that were refreshingly unique at that time. These pioneers set the stage for Trance, leading the genre to an extraordinary crescendo. The four-volume series of Ultimate Trance Classics is a tribute to this rhythm-filled voyage, encompassing a comprehensive selection of tracks from the 90s and 00s. It's more than a collection of mainstream hits, it's a chronicle of groundbreaking tunes that laid the foundation of Trance and reverberated across dance floors worldwide. Tracks like Sasha's "Xpander" and Hybrid's "Finished Symphony" take listeners on a sonic exploration, while Faithless's "God Is A DJ" reaffirms the divine nature of dance music. The mystical vibrations of "Tuvan" by Gaia and the enthralling notes of Armin Van Buuren remix  of "Rapture" by iiO further elevate this vibrant collection. Presenting a range of chart-toppers and overlooked gems, this series features legends such as Tiesto, Ferry Corsten, Matt Darey, Above & Beyond, Chicane, Armin Van Buuren, Sasha, Blank & Jones, and many more. Each artist contributes two to three songs from their compelling repertoire, narrating the saga of Trance Classics through their own lenses. The four-set series of Ultimate Trance Classics honors this rich history, presenting a carefully curated collection of hits from the 90s and 00s that showcase the essence of Trance at its peak. This includes not just mainstream hits but also groundbreaking tracks that formed the bedrock of the genre. While creating the Ultimate Trance Classics was a colossal task, it was crucial to pay attention to detail,
207:42 3/11/22
EDM Christmas Dance Party Mix 2021 Volume 2
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016e977a = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016e977a = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016e977a"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016e977a"); } Well HO! HO! HO! After careful consideration as to what I will likely do next year — I decided to go ahead and drop the ultimate EDM Christmas dance party mix for everyone's enjoyment. Well, maybe not everyone. This special edition EDM set features a variety of genres including Electro House, Dubstep, Trance, Trap, Hip-Hop, House, and even Eurodance. It's quite a bit to digest and may not be for everyone but that's why Party Favorz has years of holiday dance remix podcasts that may be more to your liking in our back catalog. I listen to the original mix yesterday and was impressed at how I was able to get such a diverse group of songs at wildly different BPM(s) to mesh cohesively. One of the tricks is to duplicate a few songs like "All I Want For Christmas,' 'Santa Claus Is Coming To Town,' and 'Last Christmas.' To be certain there were multiple copies of 'Jingle Bells' (a song I've always hated mainly for its lack of structure) 'Christmas, Baby Please Come Home' (one of my all-time favorites especially by Darlene Love and U2), and others but in the spirit of trying to keep this set short and sweet — I went with what worked. My only disappointment was no remix of 'Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,' where the version by the Pretenders has special meaning to me. There was a decent remix of Lou Rawls' jazzed-up version but I couldn't make it work. Overall, I'm glad I did this even though it's a one-off. Some of the songs will be included in next year's 'ULTIMATE' X-mas Dance set — especially the illusive dance mix of 'Happy X-mas (War Is Over)' by John Lennon and the Plastic Ono Band. I stumbled across this remix late last year and stowed it away for a rainy day and I'm pleased as punch to have stumbled across it. Originally, I had three bonus sets scheduled for November then whittled it down to two but I was overwhelmed with what was already on my plate so I dropped both and kept the Purple Disco Machine Legacy set. I thought I'd give y'all a heads-up that one of those sets is going to see the light of day by the end of the week. It's totally out of leftfield and wholly unexpected but it's going to be one epic party set worth your time. That's all I'm saying at the moment. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: X-mas Dance Mix 2021 Vol. 2Genre: Electro, Dubstep, Trance, TrapHip-Hop, House, EurodanceYear: 2021Total Time: 01:31:54 1. Anthem Kingz - Carol Of The Bells (Kingz vs Papercha$er Christmas Banger) 2. Brennan Heart, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike - All I Want For Christmas Is You (Extended Mix) 3. Tujamo x Santa - Christmas Bounce (Ash Simons Christmas Bangerz) 4. Raymond Decker - Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (Hype Mixsh...
91:54 11/28/21
Ultimate Christmas Dance Mix: X-mas Dance 2021 Volume 1
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016ea978 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016ea978 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016ea978"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016ea978"); } Party Favorz is wrapping up November with X-mas Dance 2021, the ultimate Christmas Dance Mix and we've gone overboard to bring newer holiday sounds remixed for the dance floor along with fan favorites from over the years. There were so many new remixes available — there was enough to make an EDM/Dance Club version but honestly, I'm petered out. That will be saved for the 2022 release. This set leans heavily on the Circuit side because Dario Xavier released five holiday remixes coupled with one from last year I forgot I had. Jet Boot Jack released a remix for Diana Ross' version of 'This Christmas' (originally made famous by Donny Hathaway) and Joel Dickinson (a.k.a. Thee Werq'n Bitches and formerly one-half of The Assembly with Billy Waters) remixed The Carpenters' 'Merry Christmas Darling,' which I've had for several years but never used because it was kinda dark but figured 'what the hell.' Of course, Houston's Dirty Disco dropped their annual holiday mix and this year's entry features Kiva on the Mariah Carey classic 'All I Want For Christmas." The rest of the set was rounded out by favorites from over the years including alternate versions of many of those tracks rarely or never used in a set before. Overall this is a solid effort that's bound to put a smile on the face of the most hardened Grinch. The past 30 days have been pretty rough for me and it feels like I'm being pulled in multiple directions. Couple that with the typical holiday blues and I just need a little space for a bit. Don't even get me started over the exploding cases of Covid or the new variant discovered in Africa, which will be in your neighborhood before you finish listening to this latest set of holiday cheer. No, the irony isn't dead on me [grin]. I've cut back my ambitions for December so here's what to expect: First up will be the annual Jingle Electric featuring the latest Dance Club tracks, Holiday Edition 2021 featuring the latest Circuit and Anthems tracks, and then our Year In Dance featuring the biggest Dance songs of 2021. Finally, we'll cap the year off with the annual Blow Your Own Horn 2022, which is the ultimate New Year's dance party mix that raises the roof and burns down the year that was before bringing us into a new one. As you can see, there's still a lot more to go. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: X-mas Dance Mix 2021Genre: Circuit, House, DiscoYear: 2021Total Time: 02:36:56 1. Dirty Disco feat. Brenda Reed - Last Christmas (Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) 2. Kelly Clarkson - Underneath The Tree (Liam Keegan Remix) 3. LFB feat. Brenda Reed - Sleigh Ride (Club Mix) 4. Erasure - Gaudete (Dave Aude Extended Club Mix) ...
156:56 11/26/21
Top Rated Disco Songs Remixed & Reimagined — Thank God It’s Disco Volume 6
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016ebbac = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016ebbac = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016ebbac"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016ebbac"); } Party Favorz is reviving the danceflooea with Top Rated Disco Songs for the Modern Era on Thank God It's Disco Volume 6. The alluring charm of disco music from the 70s and 80s era remains unparalleled. The top-rated disco songs from these golden decades, characterized by infectious rhythms and scintillating lyrics, have now been masterfully remixed for today's dancefloors. This musical evolution not only revives nostalgic melodies but also introduces the classic disco genre to a younger audience, proving its timeless appeal. Lionel Richie's "All Night Long" is a classic that gets a contemporary reworking in the Softmal & Nytron 2K21 Mix. The remix maintains the original's vibrant rhythm, infusing it with modern electronic beats, ensuring the song's iconic status on dance floors globally. Donna Summer's "Bad Girls," renowned for its rebellious spirit and catchy hooks, gets an exciting, new interpretation in the Eugenio Fico Mix. The remix refreshes the classic track, making it even more compelling for today's listeners. The DJ Meme Definitive Remix of "Stomp!" by The Brothers Johnson expertly modernizes the original's funky essence. The remix perfectly combines classic disco elements with fresh beats, offering an irresistible groove. The list of remixed top-rated disco songs continues with the Jet Boot Jack Remix of Teddy Pendergrass's "Get Up, Get Down, Get Funky, Get Loose." The remix perfectly captures the original's upbeat energy, introducing contemporary sounds that ensure its relevance on today's dance floors. Not forgetting Michael Jackson's "Off The Wall," which gets a refreshing remix from Block & Crown. The modern mix keeps the legendary artist's charm intact while adding an extra layer of excitement with new-age rhythms. In the Paul Parsons Club Mix of Chanson's "Don't Hold Back," the original's strong vocals remain a highlight, complemented by a more energetic beat. The result is a potent remix that commands listeners to get up and dance. Gino Soccio's "Dancer Delight" and Sugar Hill Gang's mashup by Paul Jockey & Lissat ingeniously merges the two tracks. It takes the best elements from each song, weaving them together in a thrilling composition that keeps the dance floor vibrant. Meanwhile, the Dr Packer Remix of Sylvester's "Do Ya Wanna Funk" adds an electrifying touch to the iconic track. The remix maintains the original's spirit while reimagining it with a modern, funky twist. DJ Meme's Reconstruction Remix of George Michael's "Outside" and Barry Harris's 2021 Remix of The Jacksons' "Can You Feel It" offer fresh takes on these beloved classics, transforming them into exhilarating contemporary anthems.
141:03 11/24/21
70s and 80s Best Disco Songs Remixed & Reimagined — Thank God It’s Disco Volume 5
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016ece19 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016ece19 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016ece19"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016ece19"); } On a fabulous autumn day in Atlanta, Party Favorz is elated to release the fifth volume of the 'Thank God It's Disco' series. This compilation is a tribute to the 70s and 80s best disco songs, updated with a fresh twist. Each track, whether it's a classic disco tune from the 70s or a rhythmic gem from the 80s, receives a makeover for the modern era. Some retain the essence of the originals while others incorporate unique spins, including mash-ups of two timeless disco hits. Take for instance, Gloria Gaynor's 'Never Can Say Goodbye', remixed by Jet Boot Jack. This new version maintains Gaynor's iconic vocals, albeit in a re-sung form, providing a refreshing yet familiar feel. On the other hand, 'I Will Survive', revamped by Anthony Fennel, presents an intriguing blend of the classic melody with contemporary House elements. Michael Zager Band's 'Let's All Chant' remixed by Block & Crown, employs the original stems but omits the distinctive 'uh-ah, uh ah' sequence, which may come as a surprise to some. Yet, it still encapsulates the spirit of the 70s and 80s best disco songs. Looking ahead, next week will bring a pleasant divergence with an updated Legacy set from an artist who has surged in popularity, making this an exciting addition to your collection. We're also featuring a legendary diva whose timeless hits have recently been reimagined, promising to thrill fans of the 70s and 80s best disco songs. Stay tuned! Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: Thank God It’s Disco Vol. 5Artists: VariousGenre: DiscoLength: 03:17:59 1. The Three Degrees - Givin' Up, Givin' In (Mr. Root Extended Disco Remix) 2. Love De-Luxe - Here Comes That Sound Again (Block & Crown x Paul Parsons Extended Mix) 3. A Taste Of Honey - Boogie Oogie Oogie (Block & Crown X Paul Parsons Mix) 4. Gloria Gaynor - Never Can Say Goodbye (Jet Boot Jack 2019 Remix) 5. Thelma Houston - Don't Leave Me This Way (Block & Crown X Paul Parsons Mix) 6. Madleen Kane - Forbidden Love (Mr. Root Extended Remix) 7. Patrick Cowley & Sylvester - Menergy (Purple Disco Machine Extended Remix) 8. Lipps Inc. - Funky Town (Dr Packer Rework) 9. Michael Zager Band - Let's All Chant (Block & Crown & Kegyi Mix) 10. KC & The Sunshine Band - That's The Way (I Like It) (Nari Mix) 11. Donna Summer - This Time I Know It's For Real (Block & Crown x Paul Parsons Remix) 12. France Joli - Gonna Get Over You (Block & Crown, Lissat x Paul Parsons Mix) 13. Strange Affair - I'm Ready (Mr. Root Extended Remix) 14. Deodato - S.O.S., Fire In The Sky (Block & Crown Extended Mix) 15. Rod Stewart - Da Ya Think I'm Sexy (Paul Parsons & Lissat Mix) 16.
197:59 11/13/21
Disco Music Best Hits Remixed & Reimagined — Thank God It’s Disco Volume 4
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016ee0d0 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016ee0d0 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016ee0d0"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016ee0d0"); } Our 'Thank God It's Disco' series, known for featuring some of the 'Disco Music Best Hits', is back with its vibrant fourth installment. Tracks for this edition have been sourced from various corners, curated over time, laying the foundation for not just this volume, but also forthcoming fifth and sixth volumes. You might find a few echoes of earlier editions, but these tracks have been ingeniously reimagined by different DJs, adding a unique, contemporary vibe. The undisputed maestro of 'Disco Music Best Hits', Dr Packer, plays a prominent role across these volumes. We also see contributions from the fiery Block & Crown and crowd-favorite DJ Meme. The missing in action DJ Barry Harris also receives a nostalgic nod. While the throbbing rhythm of disco characterizes this volume, the soulful grooves of Funk music also have their grand moments. And for a bit of nostalgic spice, we've also peppered the collection with dance hits from the late 80s. As we proceed, we'll be interlacing these releases with the Tony Moran Legacy series. But be prepared for some delightful surprises popping up later this month. Buckle up as we promise a dynamic month brimming with the best of Disco music. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: Thank God It’s Disco Vol. 4Artists: VariousGenre: DiscoLength: 03:49:16 1. Donna Summer - Love To Love You Baby (Barry Harris 2021 Remix) 2. Grace Jones - Slave To The Rhythm (Barry Harris 2021 Remix) 3. Instant Funk - I Got My Mind Made Up (Dr Packer Remix) 4. Silver Convention - Fly Robin Fly (Nothing But Funk & Marco Extended Edit Final) 5. Vanity 6 - Nasty Girl (Dr Packer Remix) 6. Chaz Jankel - Glad To Know You (Block & Crown Nudisco Mix) 7. Evelyn King - Love Come Down (Dr Packer Remix) 8. Candi Staton - Young Hearts Run Free (Ian Ossias Downtown Disco Edit) 9. Loleatta Holloway - Love Sensation (Dr Packer Rework) 10. Barry White - Let The Music Play (Block & Crown Nudisco 2021 Mix) 11. Stevie Wonder - I Wish (Block & Crown Mix) 12. Nu Shooz - I Can't Wait (Block & Crown Nudisco 2021 Mix) 13. The Whispers - And The Beat Goes On (Dr Packer Remix) 14. Jocelyn Brown - Love's Gonna Get You (Dr Packer Remix) 15. Brooklyn Express - Change Position (88) (Dr Packer Remix) 16. Manu Dibango - Soul Makossa (Block & Crown X Lissat Nudisco Mix) 17. Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band - Express Yourself (Block & Crown Mix) 18. The Jacksons - Show You The Way To Go (Jet Boot Jack Remix) 19. Boney M - Daddy Cool (Barry Harris 2021 Remix) 20. Loleatta Holloway - Runaway (Dr Packer Rework) 21. Luther Vandross - Never Too Much (Dr Packer Remix) 22.
229:16 11/6/21
Exploring the 90s House Music Classics: Volume 6 – A Vibrant Journey Through 1998-1999
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016ef2c0 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016ef2c0 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016ef2c0"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016ef2c0"); } In the vibrant tapestry of dance music history, Party Favorz's Ultimate 90's House Classics has woven a compelling narrative, and as of October 10, 2021, the curtain falls on this monumental series. Volume 6 is not merely a conclusion; it's a crescendo that unearths the remaining massive progressive club hits and Classic House tracks from 1998-1999. This final volume is like a nostalgic dance floor, filled with tunes that most of us have swayed to, even if their titles might momentarily escape us. A parade of iconic 90s dance hits takes center stage, each one a sparkling gem in the treasure chest of 90's House Music. One notable exception – the intriguing Hex Hector remix of Tina Turner's "When the Heartache Is Over" – beckons with mystery. Although widely rumored at the time, this version seemed to vanish like a ghost note, overshadowed by the Metro Mix. It was only during the creation of the Tina Turner Diva Hall of Fame series earlier this year that this elusive remix danced back into the limelight. In those days, being a dance music enthusiast meant more than just clicks and streams. It involved road trips to San Antonio, 4-hour drives from small-town America, and weekend adventures at the Bonham Exchange. It was a quest, not just for the latest club tunes but for the pulsating rhythm that connected music lovers. The DJ008 website, a precursor to Napster and other file-sharing services, offered a digital avenue for music discovery. But with dial-up connections, where downloading a single song could take hours, the thrill of the physical hunt often prevailed. Now, as we embrace this volume, we're not merely revisiting a time and place; we're celebrating an era of 90's dance hits and Classic House Tracks that defined a generation. From Kim English's "Unspeakable Joy" (Razor 'n' Guido Vocal Mix) to Mariah Carey's "My All" (David Morales Classic Club Mix), these songs invite us to dance once more to the rhythm of our memories. Volume 6 is not just a compilation; it's a time capsule, a tribute to a golden age of dance music. Whether it's your first listen or a cherished revisit, these sounds are timeless. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1998 – 1999] Vol. 6Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2021Total Time : 3:07:54 1. Kim English - Unspeakable Joy (Razor 'n' Guido Vocal Mix) 2. Byron Stingily - You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) (Victor Calderone NY Underground Mix) 3. Whitney Houston - My Love Is Your Love (Jonahan Peters' Vocal Mixshow) 4. Jonathan Peters pres. Luminaire - Flower Duet '99 (Jonathan Peters Club Mix) 5. Cevin Fisher feat.
187:54 10/2/21
Ultimate 90’s House Classics: Volume 5 – Dance Party Hits of 1998-1999
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016f049b = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016f049b = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016f049b"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016f049b"); } Volume 5 of the Ultimate 90's House Classics series from Party Favorz is more than just a playlist; it's a masterful collage of party house classics that defined the closing years of the 20th century. This particular journey from 1998 - 1999, steps beyond the borders of mainstream progressive house, unlocking a treasure trove of musical creativity that continues to inspire the dance floors of today. Remember "Music Sounds Better With You" by Stardust? This iconic track gave birth to several mashups, including Madonna's live concert sensation, the "Holiday" mashup. Then there's the infectious groove of "Get Get Down" by Paul Johnson, the gritty pulse of "Bodyrock" by Moby, and the timeless melody of "9PM (Til I Come)" by ATB – a track that laid the foundation for this year's hit "Your Love (9PM)" by Topic & A7S. From "Better Off Alone" by Alice Deejay, which has been resurrected in recent mashups, to the bouncy Eurodance rhythm of "2 Times" by Ann Lee, Volume 5 curates a thrilling ride through the dance hits that shaped a generation. How about "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" by Eiffel 65? Or "King Of My Castle" by Wamdue Project? These tracks, among others, capture the euphoria of an era that reshaped dance music. What makes Volume 5 truly special is the seamless blend of diverse hits that, on paper, might seem discordant but in reality, create a magical dance music mosaic. Jason Nevins' hard-hitting rock-influenced remix "It's Like That" with Run DMC finds its place alongside the party beats of "Red Alert" by Basement Jaxx, encapsulating the dynamic spirit of 90's dance music. How did Party Favorz pull off this musical alchemy? That's a secret even I can't quite pinpoint. But one thing is certain: a single spin of this set, and you'll be transported back to some of the most magical moments in dance music history. As the Ultimate 90's House Classics series nears its end, Volume 5 stands as a joyful testament to the power of dance music's past to energize the present. Stay tuned for the final set, where the massive progressive house tracks will take the spotlight, dropping on Saturday. Until then...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1998 – 1999] Vol. 5Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2021Total Time : 3:46:51 1. Armand Van Helden feat. Duan Harden - You Don't Know Me (Original 12") 2. Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You (Hot Tracks) 3. Black Connection - I'm Gonna Get Ya Baby (Full Intention Vocal Club Mix) 4. George Michael - Outside (Hex Hector Club Mix) 5. Cher - Strong Enough (Pumpin' Dolls Vocal Epic Club) 6.
226:51 9/30/21
Ultimate 90’s House Classics: Volume 4 – Celebrating Dance Legends of 1998-1999
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016f16f6 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016f16f6 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016f16f6"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016f16f6"); } Volume 4 of the Ultimate 90's House Classics from 1998-1999 takes you on a unique dance odyssey, bringing together some of the most iconic tunes that defined the era. The mix seamlessly marries creativity with timeless sounds, creating a blend that both honors the classics and celebrates the innovation of the 90s dance music scene. A standout moment in this mix is the Funkstar Club Mix of Bob Marley's "Sun Is Shining" by Funkstar De Luxe. This remix took Marley's original reggae vibrations and transformed them into a feel-good house anthem, adding a new dimension to the legendary track. The '90s were a golden era for dance music, and this mix doesn't shy away from featuring powerful female vocalists. Janet Jackson's "Together Again" in the Tony Moran 12" Club Mix version is a celebratory, joyous remix that's rich in emotion, while Cher's powerful voice echoes in two remarkable mixes: "Dov'è L'Amore" in Tony Moran's Anthem Mix, and "All Or Nothing" in Danny Tenaglia's International Mix. Madonna's "Ray Of Light" in the Calderone Club Mix is another gem in this collection, showcasing a fusion of techno-inspired beats with Madonna's iconic vocal flair. Victor Calderone's touch on this remix adds a transcendental quality that elevates the song to a whole new level. The dancefloor vibrates with the infectious energy of the Pet Shop Boys' "New York City Boy" in The Thunderpuss 2000 Club Mix. Thunderpuss, the remixing team of Barry Harris and Chris Cox, adds a punchy, upbeat vibe to the original track, making it a classic club hit. Ultra Nate's "Found A Cure" in the Full Intention Club Mix encapsulates the '90s house philosophy with an uplifting message and vibrant, feel-good beat. Full Intention, a duo of producers Michael Gray and Jon Pearn, emphasizes the soulful nature of the song, turning it into an anthem of hope. This volume paints a vivid picture of an era when dance music was taking bold strides, innovating, and reinventing itself. It's a lovingly crafted tribute to a time when DJs and remixers were pushing boundaries, and dance floors were pulsating to a new beat. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1998 – 1999] Vol. 4Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2021Total Time : 3:27:59 1. Todd Terry pres. Shannon - It's Over Love (Funky Green Dogs Miami Club Mix) 2. Jordan Knight - Give It To You (Hot Tracks Remix) 3. Powerhouse feat. Duane Harden - What You Need (Full Intention Power Mix) 4. Bob Marley vs. Funkstar De Luxe - Sun Is Shining (Funkstar Club Mix) 5. Tori Amos - Jackie's Strength (Wedding Cake Club Mix) 6.
207:59 9/25/21
The Ultimate 90’s House Classics 1998 – 1999: Volume 3 — A Deep Dive into Progressive House
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016f2926 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016f2926 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016f2926"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016f2926"); } The Ultimate 90's House Classics [1998 – 1999] Volume 3 is more than just a collection of songs; it's an exploration into the very soul of the progressive house movement that took the world by storm during this magical era. In Volume 3, Party Favorz dives deep into the beats, synths, and rhythms that were the heartbeat of clubs worldwide. Starting off with the heavenly 'Lately' by Divine, masterfully remixed by Jonathan Peters, you're introduced to the energetic synths and harmonies that characterized the genre. This track alone could ignite the dance floor and create a euphoric atmosphere that only 90's house music could deliver. Classics from this time period like Faith Hill's 'Breathe' and Amber's 'Sexual' are accompanied by remixes from the legends Hex Hector and Thunderpuss, respectively, offering a whole new dimension to these tracks. Each remix is crafted with finesse and passion, creating new experiences for listeners. Donna Summer's 'I Will Go With You,' and Veronica's 'Someone To Hold' showcase a versatile period where DJs like Johnny Vicious proved their worth, going on to become influential figures in dance music. The Thunderpuss remix of Whitney Houston's thunderous 'It's Not Right, But It's Okay' and the Soul Solution remix of Shania Twain's 'You're Still the One' were game-changers, blending R&B with progressive house in a way that felt new and electrifying. The inclusion of 'Ojos Asi' by Shakira adds a unique flavor to the mix. A song that blends Latin and Middle Eastern sounds, Shakira's hit represents the diverse landscape of dance music at the time. Under the skilled hand of Pablo Flores, 'Ojos Asi' became an essential club track, marking Shakira's entry into the mainstream. Kevin Aviance's 'Rhythm Is My Bitch' is another milestone in the mix, highlighting the role of gender-bending artists in shaping the dance music scene. As a trailblazer for artists like Todrick Hall and Lil Nas X, Aviance's fearless style and captivating performances created a lasting legacy. This volume's strength lies in its ability to capture the essence of a time when dance music was experimental, bold, and boundless. Each track, whether a club favorite or a hidden gem, contributes to the narrative of a period filled with innovation and excitement. From the explosive power of Whitney Houston's vocals to Shakira's sultry beats, Volume 3 encapsulates a time in dance music that's still remembered and celebrated. The tracks included are not just songs; they are pieces of history that continue to inspire and move people on dance floors across the globe. Party Favorz's commitment to quality and love for dance music shines through in this ...
210:12 9/19/21
Dive Into the Ultimate 90s House Music Classics: Volume 2
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409016f3b65 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409016f3b65 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409016f3b65"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409016f3b65"); } After girl groups dominated the nineties, the spotlight shifted to boy bands like Backstreet Boys, NSYNC, and 98°. Meanwhile, TLC's star began to wane due to internal discord. It was an era where the boundaries between pop and dance blurred, as 90s House Music made its mark on the club scene. At a time when Classic House Tracks were rarely heard on the radio, major labels expertly maneuvered their stars from the airwaves to the dance floors. The expertise of legendary 90s House DJs like Hex Hector, Davidson Ospina, Soul Solution, Thunderpuss, Pablo Flores, and Jonathan Peters played a vital role in this transformation. Moloko's "Sing It Back" was given life by the Boris Musical Mix, while the Hex Hector club mix of "Find Another Woman" by Reina became an instant hit. Jessica Simpson's "I Wanna Love You Forever" was reinvented by the Soul Solution Extended Club Vocal Version. Chris "The Greek" Panaghi turned TLC's "No Scrubs" into an Iconic 90s Dance Hits, and the list goes on. Gloria Estefan's "Oye" resonated with the Hex Hector remix, while Funky Green Dogs’ “Body” was transformed by the Club 69 Future Mix. Whitney Houston collaborated with Faith Evans & Kelly Price for "Heartbreak Hotel," and its Hex Hector Club Mix became one of the unforgettable 90s Club Anthems. In Classic House Tracks like 98°'s "Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)," the Hex Hector remix took center stage. Britney Spears' "Sometimes" was reborn through the Thunderpuss remix, which transformed the pop song into a massive tribal house anthem. Among the Iconic 90s Dance Hits, "Mucho Mambo (Sway)" by Shaft occupies a special place. Released in 1999, the song skillfully blends Latin rhythms with house beats to create a danceable groove that resonates with both house enthusiasts and mainstream audiences. Its playful fusion of horns, percussion, and traditional Mambo, set against the backdrop of modern electronic sounds, marks "Mucho Mambo (Sway)" as a timeless classic in 90s House Music. Shaft's innovative yet authentic approach to this track ensures its continued celebration as one of the era's unforgettable dance floor anthems. This compilation offers a nostalgic journey through 90s House Music, bringing together Iconic 90s Dance Hits, Classic House Tracks, and the era's top remixers. The dance floor's pulsating rhythm, the DJs' creativity, and the timeless appeal of these tracks continue to resonate today. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1998 – 1999] Vol.2Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2021Total Time : 3:14:28 1. Backstreet Boys - All I Have To Give (Davidson Ospina Club Mix) 2.
194:28 9/15/21
Legendary House Music DJs of Ultimate 90s House Classics 1998-1999 Volume 1
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_6640901700c00 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_6640901700c00 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-6640901700c00"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-6640901700c00"); } The Ultimate 90s House Classics from 1998 to 1999 remains a quintessential period for dance music, with Legendary 90s House DJs like David Morales, Pablo Flores, and Victor Calderone weaving their magic to redefine the tracks for the dance floor. This era saw both mainstream and underground dance hits reimagined and revitalized. The Legendary 90s remix of "Crush" by Jennifer Paige transported listeners into a new dimension with David Morales' remix. The mix added a distinct electronic flair to the pop hit, creating a timeless dance anthem. Ricky Martin's "Livin' La Vida Loca" was already a hit, but Pablo Flores' remix elevated it to one of the Top 90s House Classics. The remix gave a unique spin, enhancing the song's energetic vibe, making it a favorite in 90s Club Anthems. Madonna's "Beautiful Stranger" found a new identity with Calderone's Club Mix. The Legendary 90s House DJs were known for creating 90s anthems, and this remix was no exception. It brought an unexpected freshness to the track with its big room reinterpretation of the Austin Powers theme song. Shania Twain's "From This Moment On" became an integral part of 90s House Music Festivals with the Soul Solution remix, adding a new layer of depth to Twain's original vocals. It stands as a testament to the transformative power of remixing. In a brilliant collaboration, David Morales presented The Face featuring Juliet Roberts with "Needin' U" (12" Mix), a track that showcased the best of Old School House Music, while Monifah's "Touch It" and Mousse T. vs. Hot 'N' Juicy's "Horny '98" captured the quintessence of Underground 90s House using sex as a dancefloor weapon. Destiny's Child's "Bills, Bills, Bills" was transformed into a dance floor hit with the Maurice Joshua remix, and Charlotte's "Skin" was a massive Club 69 anthem, while Cher's "Believe" and Donna Summer's "Love is The Healer" were transformed into Future Anthem Mixes and club classics in their own right. The era was also marked by the pulsating beats of Vengaboys' "Up And Down", the ethereal tones of Miss Jane's "It's A Fine Day" with ATB doing the remix honors , Dario G's euphoric "Sunchyme", and Pete Heller's groove-infused "Big Love" (Body Music). These tracks and the Legendary 90s House DJs behind them continue to influence the dance music scene, proving that the Ultimate 90s House Classics were more than just a moment in time; they were a revolution that forever changed the way we experience music. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1998 – 1999] Vol.
188:28 9/5/21
The kaleidoscopic landscape of Classic House Tracks! — 1996 – 1997 Volume 4
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_6640901701ead = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_6640901701ead = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-6640901701ead"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-6640901701ead"); } Volume four of the Ultimate 90's House Classics is more than a mere compilation; it's a vibrant narrative that paints the metamorphosis of Classic House Tracks into something more eclectic and robust. This final installment doesn't just shine a spotlight on a golden era of dance music; it showcases how the genre found new directions and reached new audiences. As we dive into the sounds of the late 90s, we encounter the bold explorations of Club 69 (a.k.a. Peter Rauhofer). Known for his sexy House Music songs catering to the gay community, Club 69 rapidly evolved into a new progressive sphere. The remixes like Funky Green Dogs' "Fired Up" and Kevin Aviance's "Din Da Da" not only hit big but set dance floors ablaze, turning peak hour into an electrifying experience. Simultaneously, names like Tony Moran, Junior Vasquez, Victor Calderone, Ralphi Rosario, and Hex Hector redefined the scene, bringing in a more accessible sound without losing the soul of House. The Classic House Tracks were no longer confined to niche clubs but were resonating with the mainstream, marking the start of a trend that would shape dancefloors for years to come. The era wasn't just about the music; it was about the DJs becoming stars, far beyond the two turntables and a microphone. Clive Davis of Arista records played a significant role in this phenomenon. Recognizing the potential of dance in the pop landscape, Davis pushed artists like Deborah Cox into realms of R&B and Dance, making them household names. As the creators of Party Favorz, our connection with House Music transcends the genres. From Trash Disco, 80's Dance, Eurodance, and Trance, our love is profound, but House Music holds a special place. The Ultimate 90's House Classics series is an emblem of this love, reflecting a comprehensive history of the genre, even though it's impossible to encapsulate everything deserving of recognition. The series is far from over, with 1998 - 1999 set to revive fond memories. Expect more classic house tracks in the summer or early fall. Additionally, the Ultimate Trance series is on the horizon, aiming to wrap up the year with a bang. Some notable tracks that embody the spirit of this volume include: Toni Braxton's "I Don't Want To," elegantly remixed by Franki Knuckles. Me'Shell NdegeOcello's enigmatic "Who Is He And What Is He To You" with Danny Tengalia's N.Y.D.C. Mix. Ruffneck featuring with Yavahn on "Move Your Body," graced by the Mousse T.'s Peppermint remix. Patti LaBelle's "When You Talk About Love," masterfully enhanced by Hex Hector's club mix. Cher's mesmerizing "One By One," taken to new heights by the Junior Vasquez remix.
160:22 5/12/21
The Evolution of House Music: Ultimate 90’s House Classics 1996 – 1997 Vol. 3
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409017030c1 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409017030c1 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409017030c1"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409017030c1"); } The evolution of House music is a fascinating journey through time and sound. It's a story told by the beats and rhythms that have ignited dance floors for generations. Today, we turn back the pages to a pivotal chapter in this story - the Ultimate 90's House Classics [1996-1997] Volume 3. At Party Favorz, our heart beats in unison with the pulsating rhythm of House music. We're not just listeners; we're historians, curators, and most importantly, lovers of this ever-changing genre. Our commitment to preserving and celebrating the roots of dance music is evident in every mix, every track, and every beat. This volume takes you back to a time when the Tony Moran remix of Whitney Houston's "Step By Step" which was a defining anthem, and Danny Tengalia's remix of Vanessa Daou's "Sunday Afternoons" which was a Sunday staple and Tea Dance favorite in clubs around the world. The Ultimate 90's House Classics era was a golden age for House music, and this collection brings it to life once again. Remember when Celine Dion's powerful vocals in the Tony Moran remix of "It's All Coming Back To Me Now" packed the dance floors with all the drama queens doing their best Celine impersonation? Or when Funky Green Dogs got everyone "Fired Up!" with Club 69's Future Mix? These were moments that marked milestones in the evolution of House music. With artists like Deborah Cox giving life to tracks like "Things Just Ain't The Same" remixed by Hex Hector and Todd Terry teaming up with Martha Wash & Jocelyn Brown for the energetic "Keep On Jumpin", the Ultimate 90's House Classics were not only songs but embodiments of an era. The Ultimate 90's House Classics volume gives you more than just a playlist; it offers a window into a time when music was a unifying force, a common language spoken by all who stepped onto the dance floor. This collection is a celebration of the era that laid the groundwork for today's dance music landscape. Party Favorz is proud to be part of this musical journey, to be the voice that keeps the memories alive and the beats pumping. Whether you lived it or are discovering it for the first time, the evolution of House music is a tale worth telling, a beat worth dancing to. As we prepare for the next installment, join us in reliving these unforgettable moments. Let the songs of Mariah Carey, Ultra Nate, Sandy B, and the Blackout Allstars move you, inspire you, and remind you of a time when House was not just a genre but a movement. Stay tuned for more memories, more music, and more of the Ultimate 90's House Classics as we continue to explore the evolution of House music. Until then...ENJOY!
182:01 5/8/21
Exploring 90s House Music Classics 1996-1997 Volume 2
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_664090170430f = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_664090170430f = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-664090170430f"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-664090170430f"); } The 90s were a vibrant time for dance music, especially House. Early in the decade, genres like Freestyle, Breakbeat, Trip Hop, Hip Hop, and Eurodance were offshoots that spun into their own categories, but it's the latter half of the nineties that witnessed a dramatic shift in the 90s House Music landscape. Classic House continued to pulsate on dance floors, yet there was a thirst for innovation. The sound progressively transformed, integrating electronic and tribal beats, igniting a new club culture. Renowned names like Club 69 (Peter Rauhofer), Thunderpuss, Victor Calderone, Tony Moran, Hex Hector, Jonathan Peters, Soul Solution, and more began to define this era. Junior Vasquez's seamless transition between commercial House and big tribal beats became an emblematic representation of the time. An example of this transition was the Soul Solution and Hex Hector remix of Toni Braxton's "Un-Break My Heart." This mix shook the dance floor, making record labels turn heads, even though the exceptional Frankie Knuckles version was featured in volume one of this series. This new breed of 90s Dance Floor Hits began to take over this four-volume collection, reaching a peak in 1998-1999. The period also birthed a tougher house sound through Full Intention, StoneBridge, Love To Infinity, and the signature garage house style of Armand Van Helden. Trance, an underground phenomenon bubbling in the UK during the early nineties, made its way to the US, turning many house DJs like Rollo & Sister Bliss, Perfecto, Sash!, and BT into Trance legends. Volume two invites you to explore this fascinating evolution. It includes the Franktified Club Mix of Chaka Khan's "Never Miss The Water," the StoneBridge Mix of Hannah Jones's "No One Can Love You More Than Me," the Deep Zone Club Mix of "Remember Me" by The Blue Boy, and more. The Love To Infinity's Extended Club Mix of Diana King's "I Say A Little Prayer," Pulse's "The Lover That You Are" with Hex Hector & Soul Solution Club Mix, Grace's "Not Over Yet" with Perfecto Mix, and Ace Of Base's "Beautiful Life" with Vission & Lorimer Club Mix showcase the diverse sounds that shaped this era. For now, immerse yourself in this rich slice of 90s House Music history. Turn up the volume and feel the beats. Look out for volume three this weekend and the final fourth volume next week. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1996 – 1997] Vol. 2Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2021Total Time : 3:06:16 1. Jamiroquai - Cosmic Girl (David Morales Remix) 2. Chaka Khan feat.
186:16 5/6/21
90s House Music Dance Floor Nostalgia: [1996 – 1997] Volume 1
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_6640901705584 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_6640901705584 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-6640901705584"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-6640901705584"); } The late 90s heralded an era in House music filled with innovation, rhythm, and unforgettable melodies. The Ultimate 90's House Classics [1996 - 1997] Volume 1 is a treasure trove of tracks that perfectly encapsulate a time when dance floors were alive with energy, creativity, and boundless passion. These are not just songs but anthems that defined a generation. Starting with the soulful resonance of Lisa Stansfield's "Never, Never Gonna Give You Up" in Mark!'s Transparent Vocal mix, this collection introduces listeners to a magical time in 90s House Music. The Classic Paradise Mix of Pet Shop Boys' "Before" resonates with pure nostalgia. Volume 1 navigates the world of beats and rhythms with Daft Punk's iconic "Around The World" in the Kenlou Mix, a track that has become synonymous with innovative electronica. Todd Terry, along with Martha Wash & Jocelyn Brown, adds flavor to the set with "Something Going On", a track that instantly takes you back to the heart of the dance floor. Happy Clappers' optimistic "I Believe" and Duke's enamoring "So In Love With You" with Full Intention Mix are juxtaposed brilliantly. They create an atmosphere that's both uplifting and reminiscent of love-filled nights under the glittering disco ball. David Morales and The Bad Yard Club take us on a rhythmic journey with "In De Ghetto," featuring Crystal Waters & Delta. The collection further explores club anthems with the KLM Vocal Mix of Phunky Phantom's "Get Up Stand Up" and Junior Vasquez' Arena Anthem Mix of Livin' Joy's "Don't Stop Movin'." 90s Dance Floor Hits wouldn't be complete without the soul-stirring voices of Kristine W with "One More Try", Jennifer Holliday's powerful "No Frills Love" in Tony Moran's Anthem Mix, and Byron Stingily's "Get Up (Everybody)" in Mousse T.'s Extended Mix. The tender "How Do I Live" by Leann Rimes in Mr. Mig Remix Club Mix and Amber's "One More Night" in the Hani Remix are a perfect segue to the end of this illustrious collection, crowned with Alison Limerick's legendary "Where Love Lives '96" in Dancing Divaz Club Mix. This collection is more than a walk down memory lane; it's a celebration of an era where the essence of House music was shaped and honed. It's a tribute to the DJs, the artists, and the remixers who gave us these timeless classics. So, go ahead and dive into this rich slice of 90 House Music history. Let the beats move you, and the melodies take you back. Embrace the nostalgia and dance like no one's watching. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1996 – 1997] Vol. 1Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2021Total Time...
223:30 5/2/21
The Ultimate 90s House Music Classics [1994 – 1995] Volume 4
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409017067c6 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409017067c6 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409017067c6"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409017067c6"); } Welcome back to the euphoric journey of House Music in the 90s! As we delve into Volume 4 of The Ultimate 90's House Classics [1994 - 1995], we stand at a thrilling intersection where innovation meets tradition. The 90s were a pivotal decade in the dance music arena, a time when technology and creativity coalesced to shape the future. Giorgio Moroder, considered by many as the godfather of Techno and House Music, was a visionary artist. His groundbreaking work with Donna Summer and solo productions were milestones in electronic dance music. Decades ahead of its time in the seventies, his influence can be felt in the incredible evolution of House Music throughout the 90s. With technology advancing, the mid-decade brought a fresh wave of possibilities. House Music began to diversify, branching into numerous sub-genres that contributed to the kaleidoscopic sounds we recognize today. Size 9's "I'm Ready" is a testament to this innovation, embodying the spirit of a genre that was constantly pushing boundaries. Its pulsating beats and irresistible hooks encapsulate the experimental fervor that marked the era. The Rapino Brothers remix for Corona's "The Rhythm Of The Night" is another standout, offering a melodic blend of infectious grooves that transcended dance floors worldwide. It's a quintessential example of the magic that unfolded when traditional instruments met electronic ingenuity. In "Take Me Higher" (T-empo's Club Adventure) by Diana Ross, we see a fusion of classic vocals and forward-thinking production techniques, creating a vibrant synergy that resonates with the very essence of 90s House. Tracks like "Been A Long Time" (Full Intention 12" Mix) by The Fog, Jamiroquai's "Space Cowboy" (David Morales Classic Club Remix), M People's "One Night In Heaven" (David Morales Classic Mix), and Madonna's "Human Nature" (The Human Club Extended Mix) showcase the era's willingness to explore, innovate, and reinterpret. Even Björk's experimental touch in "Big Time Sensuality" (The Fluke Magimix) and Staxx's euphoric "Joy" (Lovejoy Vocal 12" Mix) find their place in this collection, reflecting the broad spectrum and international appeal of 90s House. These groundbreaking tracks, crafted by DJs and producers who are still influencing the industry today, offer a vivid snapshot of an era marked by technological marvel and creative exploration. They embody the enduring legacy of House Music, a legacy that continued to thrive and evolve into the latter part of the decade, paving the way for new sounds and experiences. Volume 4 of The Ultimate 90's House Classics celebrates the magical era that was the 90s – a time when House Music ...
153:02 2/13/21
90s House Classics 1994 – 1995 Vol. 3: Nostalgia Meets the Dance Floors
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66409017079ed = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66409017079ed = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66409017079ed"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66409017079ed"); } Are you ready to dive back into the thrilling world of 90s House? The Ultimate 90's House Classics 1994 - 1995 Volume 3 showcases some of the Best 90s House Remixes and Classic House Tracks that capture the unique spirit and innovation of this incredible era. Starting strong with M People's "Moving On Up," we're greeted with a vibrant anthem that perfectly represents the optimism and energy of the 90s. This track's uplifting lyrics and soulful delivery became a staple of the decade, echoing the desire for progression and self-improvement. We then ascend to Wink's "Higher State of Consciousness," an electronic masterpiece that played a significant role in moving house music towards a more psychedelic and immersive experience. This track's hypnotic rhythms and futuristic sounds introduced a new dimension to the 90s dance scene, marking a turning point in the genre's evolution. The Rollo & Sister Bliss Monster Mix for Donna Summer's "I Feel Love '95" provides a nostalgic yet fresh take on a disco classic. It's an exhilarating reminder of how timeless pieces can be reimagined, connecting generations through music. As for the controversial "Short Dick Man" by 20 Fingers (J.J. Energy Mix), this irreverent track showcases the provocative side of 90s house. Its bold lyrics and catchy beat brought a mischievous flair to the dance floor, making it a memorable hit for many. Moving into deeper and more soulful territory, tracks like "What Hope Have I" by Sphinx feat. Sabrina Johnston, MK's "Love Changes" featuring Alana, and Crystal Waters' "100% Pure Love" display the emotional depth and melodic richness of Classic House Tracks. These songs are a testament to the genre's versatility, blending thought-provoking lyrics with captivating beats. The David Morales remix of River Ocean's "Love & Happiness (Yemaya Y Ochun)" brings a touch of Latin flavor and spiritual essence to the mix. With its infectious rhythm and India's powerful vocals, it's a track that transcends cultural boundaries, resonating with audiences worldwide. "I Believe" by Sound of Blackness (Classic Gospel Mix) offers an uplifting spiritual journey, while K.D. Lang's "Lifted By Love" (Elevate Your Love Mix) contributes a sense of exploration and transcendent love. Both tracks encapsulate the diversity of themes and styles found in the Best 90s House Remixes. Volume 3 of the Ultimate 90's House Classics from 1994 - 1995 serves as a sonic time capsule, preserving the rich tapestry of the 90s dance scene. Whether you're a veteran club-goer or a new fan discovering these gems for the first time, this collection offers a glimpse into a vibrant era of musical innovation and e...
152:28 2/10/21

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