Don't really have one but enjoy a new track all the time. I have too many equally ranked favorites to list but have put a few below.
One big reason for asking is I'll be at the Gold Coast next week, trying to find hidden gems and quirky places to go and try out. With this multitude of things to do, in fact, much more daylight oriented - yet exciting to think about and unlikely to disappoint. But in my research, I found out 'the Goldie' did have a hedonistic aspect to it - it's got a nightlife. With my middle-aged days seemingly well past, a good night on the town, with no real patience for drinks and young people dancing, I use this question to reminisce but also to get our appreciation of the dance genres really going.
So, what is the (or your) greatest clubbing anthem of all time?
Here are few of many possible to get us into party mode: Lost Tribe - Gamemaster - this presented video is an old-school radio edit of the late 90s classic - as authentic as the uploader describes in its comments section.
TiŽsto - Suburban Train - this video is an old-school classic of a song frequently remixed still listened to today, with many versions appearing on a YouTube search for the artist-song combined, of course, this version is the essence of it all, trance at its finest in my (old-school) opinion.
Definitely a quirky yet classic song, bit less 'trancy' more like Eurodance with a hint of attitude. Gives the three examples something a bit less 'trancy':
So, in my excitement about next week's experiential trip to the Gold Coast, I leave you with my partygoer's question, since the beginnings of dance music to today (and not just 90s hits) what is the greatest clubbing anthem of all time?