The year 2005 was a significant period in the evolution of dance music. With a myriad of artists and DJs contributing to the genre’s growth, the top dance songs of 2005 made an unforgettable impact, defining the soundscape of clubs around the world.
Starting with Lola’s “No Strings (Let’s Have Sex)”, the Moto Blanco Mix gave the track an irresistible energy that characterized the dance scene of the year. Moto Blanco, the British DJ duo known for their infectious house beats, transformed Lola’s track into a dance anthem, positioning it among the biggest dance songs of 2005.
Jennifer Lopez’s “Get Right” received an invigorating Full Intention Vocal Mix, marking it as one of the top dance songs of 2005. Full Intention, the UK DJ and production duo, added their signature house groove to the track, amplifying its danceability and solidifying its spot on club playlists globally.
Blaze presented “Most Precious Love” featuring Barbara Tucker in 2006, and the Freemasons ‘Proper’ Club Mix of this soulful track furthered its dance floor appeal. The Freemasons, celebrated for their distinctive club mixes, created an engaging rhythm that made “Most Precious Love” one of the biggest dance songs of the time.
Jody Watley’s “Looking For A New Love” got a modern, dance-worthy twist with the Craig Christiansen Remix. Christiansen’s interpretation enhanced the danceability of the original, reinforcing its position among the top dance songs of 2005.
Jason Walker’s “Set it Free” was transformed by the iconic Tony Moran Mix. Moran’s remix injected the track with high-energy beats, creating an irresistible dance hit and making it a staple in clubs worldwide.
Kelly Clarkson’s “Since U Been Gone” was taken to new heights with the Jason Nevins Rock Da Club Mix. Nevins’ unique ability to combine pop and dance elements crafted a version that resonated with dance music fans, making it one of the biggest dance songs of 2005.
Inaya Day’s “Nasty Girl” was reimagined by Peter Rauhofer in his Reconstruction Mix, adding an upbeat tempo that was hard to resist. Rauhofer, a Grammy-winning remixer, turned “Nasty Girl” into an exhilarating dance track.
Finally, Destiny’s Child’s “Lose My Breath” received the Peter Rauhofer’s Breathless Club Mix treatment. Rauhofer’s version highlighted the track’s rhythmic complexity and dynamic vocals, making it one of the top dance songs of 2005.
In conclusion, the biggest dance songs of 2005 were an electrifying blend of imaginative lyrics, inspiring vocals, and energetic beats, thanks to the talented artists and the skillful DJs who remixed these tracks. These songs not only shaped the dance music scene in 2005 but continue to inspire a new generation of musicians and dance enthusiasts today.
Album : Year-End Edition 2005 | volume 2
Genre : Circuit, Electro
Year : 2005
Total Time : 01:28:54
1. Lola – No Strings (Let’s Have Sex) (Moto Blanco Vocal Mix)
2. Jennifer Lopez – Get Right (Full Intention Vocal Mix)
3. Blaze pres. Barbara Tucker – Most Precious Love 2006 (Freemasons ”Proper” Club Mix)
4. Jody Watley – Looking For A New Love (Craig Christiansen Remix)
5. Jason Walker – Set it Free (Tony Moran Mix)
6. Kelly Osbourne – One Word (Chris Cox Club Remix)
7. Kelly Clarkson – Since U Been Gone (Jason Nevins Rock Da Club Mix)
8. Gwen Stefani – What You Waiting For (Jacques Lu Cont vocal remix)
9. Scissor Sisters – Filthy Gorgeous (Paper Faces Remix)
10. Depeche Mode – Precious (Victor Calderone & Mac Quayle Damaged Club Mix)
11. Destiny’s Child – Lose My Breath (Peter Rauhofer’s Breathless Club Mix)
12. Inaya Day – Nasty Girl (Peter’s Reconstruction Mix)