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Top Dance Songs of 2006 Volume 2

The year 2006 was a time of great innovation and creativity in the music industry, particularly in the realm of dance music. The top dance songs of 2006 were not merely tracks that got people moving; they were a cultural phenomenon, a means of expression, and a symbol of the time. The dance scene was marked by a series of remarkable songs, unforgettable DJs, and unparalleled remixes that had the world grooving to their beats.

One of the top dance songs of 2006 was Madonna’s “Sorry”, remixed by the legendary British synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys. This remix infused the original track with a new layer of synthesized pop, resulting in a dance anthem that resonated across clubs globally, showcasing the Pet Shop Boys’ distinctive talent for reshaping pop classics into dance masterpieces.

Beyoncé also contributed significantly to the top dance songs of 2006 with “Dèjá Vu”. The Freemasons Club Mix of this track turned it into a rhythmic feast, maintaining the power of Beyoncé’s vocals while introducing an irresistible dance beat. This blend of Beyoncé’s commanding performance and the Freemasons’ mastery of the remix solidified “Dèjá Vu” as a favorite on dance floors worldwide.

Bob Sinclar’s collaboration with Gary Pine on “Love Generation” was another significant contribution to the dance scene in 2006. The Full Intention Club Mix transformed the feel-good anthem into a dance floor marvel. Full Intention, known for their dynamic remixes, added a new depth and energy to the track, amplifying its danceability and appeal.

Mary J. Blige’s heartfelt “Be Without You” received a dance makeover with the Moto Blanco Vocal Mix. The duo’s remix introduced an upbeat tempo and synthesized melodies that contrasted the song’s emotional lyrics, making it one of the top dance songs of 2006.

The Pussycat Dolls also made a mark with their sultry song “Buttons”, which was creatively remixed by Dave Aude into the Button Fly Club Mix. Aude, known for his exceptional talent in transforming pop songs into club bangers, turned “Buttons” into an energetic dance anthem.

Goldfrapp’s “Ooh La La”, already a standout for its glam-rock vibe, was reimagined by Peter Rauhofer in his Reconstruction Mix. His version introduced a darker, more electrifying feel to the track, ensuring its position among the top dance songs of 2006.

Last but not least, Justin Timberlake’s “Sexy Back”, one of the defining songs of the year, was turned into a club favorite through Dean Coleman’s Vocal Mix. Coleman’s version highlighted Timberlake’s seductive vocals against an irresistibly pulsating beat, making it a dance floor staple.

As we look back, it’s clear that the top dance songs of 2006 were a product of great talent, both from the original artists and the DJs who remixed them. These tracks not only defined the dance scene of the time but continue to inspire and influence the dance music industry today. Through their timeless appeal, they remain vibrant reminders of a remarkable year in dance music history.

Album : Year-end Edition 2006 | Volume 2
Genre : Circuit, Electro-House
Year : 2006
Total Time : 01:56:47

1. Madonna – Sorry (Pet Shop Boys Maxi-Mix)

2. Rihanna – Unfaithful (Tony Moran Club Mix)

3. Sun – Gone (Ralphi Rosario Club Mix)

4. Beyoncé – Dèjá Vu (Freemasons Club Mix)

5. Bob Sinclar feat. Gary Pine – Love Generation (Full Intention Club Mix)

6. Mary J. Blige – Be Without You (Moto Blanco Vocal Mix)

7. Mariah Carey – Don’t Forget About Us (Tony Moran & Warren Rigg Dance Floor Anthem)

8. Deborah Cox – House Is Not A Home (Tony Moran & Warren Rigg Sexy Mix)

9. Roger Sanchez – Lost (Tom De Neef’s Vocal Remix)

10. Mink – Glory Of Life (Chris Cox Club Anthem Mix)

11. Heather Headley – In My Mind (Freemasons Vocal Club Mix)

12. Jessica Simpson – A Public Affair (Frank Pelligrino Electro Pop Club Mix)

13. The Pussycat Dolls – Buttons (Dave Aude Button Fly Club Mix)

14. Goldfrapp – Ooh La La (Peter Rauhofer Reconstruction Mix)

15. Iio – Is It Love (Extended Club Mix)

16. Depeche Mode – Suffer Well [Narcotic Thrust Vocal Dub]

17. Justin Timberlake – Sexy Back (Dean Coleman Vocal Mix)

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