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Top Dance Songs of 1999 Volume 4

The year 1999, brimming with euphoria, was a dazzling moment in dance music history. Neon lights flickered on vibrant dance floors, heart-pounding rhythms pulsed through crowded clubs, and the Top Dance Songs of 1999 echoed in the air. These tracks, the biggest dance songs of the year, painted the nightlife with vivacious hues of excitement and joy, each beat etching an indelible mark in our memories.

Everything But The Girl’s ‘Five Fathoms (Club 69 Future Club Mix)’ was a tidal wave of enchanting harmonies. The Club 69 remix was a pulsating, future-forward blend that lured dancers into the deep end of the dance floor, earning its spot among the top dance songs of 1999.

Cher’s ‘All Or Nothing (Danny Tenaglia International Mix)’ was a powerful siren song. Danny Tenaglia’s remix enhanced Cher’s soulful vocals with a global beat, crafting an anthem that resonated as one of the biggest dance songs of the year.

With ‘New York City Boy (The Thunderpuss 2000 Club Mix)’, Pet Shop Boys created a magnetic tribute to the city that never sleeps. Thunderpuss’ 2000 club mix introduced an irresistible beat with a sing-a-long chant “Vodka, Vodka, Vodka’ that had the gay boys hands in the air while sweating in unison, cementing its position among the top dance songs of 1999.

Charlotte’s ‘Skin (Club 69 Future Anthem Club Mix)’ was an intoxicating melody. Its stirring beat and evocative lyrics danced on the line between vulnerability and strength, making it one of the year’s most memorable tracks.

Madonna’s ‘Beautiful Stranger (Calderone Club Mix)’ was a sultry, mysterious tune. Calderone’s club mix transformed it into a mesmerizing dance hit, making it one of the biggest dance songs of 1999.

Donna Summer gave us two distinct but equally compelling versions of ‘Love is The Healer’. Eric Kupper’s ”I Feel Healed” 12” Mix utilized the memorable techno riff from her genre defining #1 Disco song ‘I Feel Love” from 1977, while the Thunderpuss 2000 Club Mix offered a pulsating, club-ready anthem, both demonstrating why Summer remained a dominant force on the dance floor.

Finally, Jonathan Peters presented ‘Flower Duet ’99 (Jonathan Peters Club Mix)’, a soaring, operatic masterpiece that remixed classic opera with club beats, creating an unexpected but phenomenal dance hit.

In conclusion, 1999 was a year that pulsated with life, passion, and rhythm. The Top Dance Songs of 1999 ignited the dance floors, their electrifying beats and mesmerizing melodies creating a colorful mosaic of unforgettable nights. These biggest dance songs of the year captured the spirit of an era, their impact echoing in the energetic beats that continue to inspire dance music today. As we look back, let’s immerse ourselves in the rhythm, the energy, and the excitement that defined 1999 and continues to move us today.

Album : Year-End Edition 1999 | volume 4
Genre : Circuit, House, Progressive
Year : 1999
Total Time : 01:09:33

1. Everything But The Girl – Five Fathoms (Club 69 Future Club Mix)

2. Cher – All Or Nothing (Danny Tenaglia International Mix)

3. Pet Shop Boys – New York City Boy (The Thunderpuss 2000 Club Mix)

4. Donna Summer – Love Is The Healer (Thunderpuss 2000 Club Mix)

5. Charlotte – Skin (Club 69 Future Anthem Club Mix)

6. Abigail – Let The Joy Rise (Thunderpuss 2000 Club Mix)

7. Madonna – Beautiful Stranger (Calderone Club Mix)

8. Donna Summer – Love is The Healer (Eric Kupper’s ”I Feel Healed” 12” Mix)

9. Jonathan Peters pres. Luminaire – Flower Duet ’99 (Jonathan Peters Club Mix)

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