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Top Dance Songs of 2007 Volume 1

A year of musical revolution, 2007, was a period of transformation and evolution in the dance music genre. This was the year when the echoes of the past decades significantly impacted the contemporary club music scene, resulting in a noticeable shift in the tastes and styles of the Top Dance Songs of 2007. This shift mirrored significant social issues and trends of that era, displaying the power music holds as a reflection of our society.

Alternative music reached back into the charms of the ’80s, fostering a resurgence of the “garage band” sound. Concurrently, a wave of low-tech electro-pop music began to regain popularity. Artists such as Erasure, with their unchanged sound, found themselves back in style, contributing to the influential and impressive list of the Top Dance Songs of 2007.

Arguably the most notable musical trend of 2007 was the revival of the disco genre, or as it is more popularly referred to today – funk. This rejuvenated love for disco found its way back to the dance floor, with notable contributions from music maestros such as Moto Blanco, Freemasons, Seamus Haji, and the Bassmonkeys. The ‘big room’ progressive sound, a staple of circuit music, began its descent, making way for heavy electro, with Jody Den Broeder leading the pack who coincidentally happens to be good friends with my doctor.

It’s important to remember that the fluctuations and trends in music often mirror the mood of the nation. The heavier, darker club music that dominated the early 2000s was a reflection of the challenging times we lived in. As we began to see the rise of more uplifting, lighter themes in the Top Dance Songs of 2007, we could sense a shift in the nation’s mood.

Club music, with its vibrant variety of genres, provides an escape from everyday life. It is a form of frivolous fun, and an ode to peace, love, and understanding. The transformation of the Top Dance Songs of 2007 was a testament to this spirit. As we reflect on this period of musical evolution, we look forward to the waves that the next decade will bring. Remember, no matter what shifts and changes, the essence of clubbing – fun, escape, and unity – remains eternal.

To celebrate this remarkable year in dance music, Party Favorz presents the Top Dance Songs of 2007. Perfect for those dance-till-dawn nights, these tunes deserve a spot in your music collection for posterity’s sake. So, go ahead, download, burn, and relive the magic of 2007. A decade later, you’ll be glad you did.

Until the next time…ENJOY!

Album : Year-end Edition 2007 | Volume 1
Genre : Circuit, Electro-House
Year : 2007
Total Time : 01:59:04

1. Kat Deluna feat. Elephant Man – Whine Up (Johnny Vicious Party Mixshow Drama)
2. Kim English – My Destiny (Kobbe & Austin Leeds Club Mix)
3. Britney Spears – Gimme More (Junior Vasquez & Johnny Vicious Club Mix)
4. Christina Aguilera – Hurt (Chris Cox Club Mix)
5. The Killers – Read My Mind (Pet Shop Boys Stars Are Blazing Mix)
6. Nelly Furtado – Do It (Passengerz Remix)
7. Rihanna feat. Jay-Z – Umbrella (Jody Den Broeder Lush Club Remix)
8. Hilary Duff – With Love (Houzecrushers Club Mix)
9. Kristine W – Walk Away (Tony Moran & Warren Rigg Evolution Mix)
10. Lady Sovereign – Love Me Or Hate Me (Friscia & Lamboy Dirty Club Mix)
11. Beyonce – Irreplaceable (Ralphi & Craig Mixshow Edit)
12. Cahill feat. Nikki Belle – Trippin On You (Wawa Vocal Mix)
13. Bob Sinclar feat. Big Ali & Dollarman – Rock This Party [Everybody Dance Now] (London 909 Main)
14. Georgie Porgie – I Believe (Josh Harris Club Mix)
15. Speakerbox – Time (Wideboys Club Mix)
16. Justin Timberlake – Lovestoned [I Think She Knows] (Tiesto Remix)
17. Nelly Furtado – Say It Right (Orangefuzzz Pronounced Club Mix)
18. Inaya Day vs. Bill Bennett – Breakaway (Bill Bennett’s Anthem Club Mix)

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