Hop on aboard the PYHOF time capsule and relieve some of the songs that made everybody's party playlist through the years.
One of the factors in determining if a party is a success is if you’ve managed to make your guests dance the night away. But of course, in order to achieve that, you need to play the right tunes.
Now, we know that the definition of the “right tunes” is something relative, so for this week’s PYHOF, we’re just gonna give you a glimpse of some of the party jams through the years. Let the nostalgia begin!
Play That Funky Music White Boy by Wild Cherry YMCA by Village People Jump For My Love by The Pointer Sisters It’s Raining Men by The Weather Girls Love Shackby The B-52’s Sign by Ace of Base This Is How We Do It by Montell Jordan Around The World by Daft Punk Spice Up Your Life by Spice Girls Believe by Cher Don’t Call Me Baby by Madison Avenue Music by Madonna Get The Party Started by Pink Hey Ya! by OutKast Barbra Streisand by Duck Sauce
So, what do you guys think? Did we choose the right jams? Or have we overlooked some great ones? Leave your suggestions below!
On this day 54 years ago, Brian Hyland's version of the novelty song "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini" climbed at the very top of the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. And so to commemorate this occasion, here's a playlist of old summer favorites to get your groove on!
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This week’s instalment of PYHOF brings you a mix of everything from punk, blues, rock and roll, and maybe a little bit of everything in between that will hit nothing but the sweet notes. Plug those headphones in and take dive.
Laid-back tunes, cool black leather and shades, and a partnership with Andy Warhol for an album cover – what more could they have asked for? Take a quick hit of The Velvet Underground’s tunes that got the ball rolling for the band in the ‘60s.
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