List of Eurodance songs

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The following is a list of Eurodance songs, listed chronologically, with the older ones at the top of the list.

Late 1980s[edit]

Year Artist Origin Song
1989 Black Box Italy "Ride On Time"[1]
1989 Technotronic Belgium "Pump Up the Jam"[2][3]

1990s[edit]

1990–1994[edit]

Year Artist Origin Song
1990 Snap! Germany "The Power"[4]
1991 2 Unlimited The Netherlands "Get Ready for This"[5]
1991 Army of Lovers Sweden "Crucified"[6]
1991 Black Box Italy "Strike It Up"[5]
1992 2 Unlimited The Netherlands "Twilight Zone"[7]
1992 Army of Lovers Sweden "Ride the Bullet"[6]
1992 Captain Hollywood Project Germany "More and More"[8]
1992 DJ BoBo Switzerland "Somebody Dance with Me"[9]
1992 Double You Italy "Please Don't Go[10]
1992 Dr. Alban Nigeria, Sweden "It's My Life"[11]
1992 Felix United Kingdom "Don't You Want Me"[12]
1992 Snap! Germany "Rhythm Is a Dancer"[4][5][13]
1993 2 Unlimited The Netherlands "No Limit"[14]
1993 2 Unlimited The Netherlands "Tribal Dance"[7]
1993 Corona Italy "The Rhythm of the Night"[15][16]
1993 Culture Beat Germany "Mr. Vain"[5]
1993 Haddaway Germany, Trinidad and Tobago "What Is Love"[17][18]
1993 Magic Affair Germany "Omen III"[13]
1993 Whigfield Denmark "Saturday Night"[19]
1994 2 Unlimited The Netherlands "The Real Thing"[7][14]
1994 DJ BoBo Switzerland "Let the Dream Come True"[20]
1994 Doop The Netherlands "Doop"[21]
1994 Dr. Alban Nigeria, Sweden "Look Who's Talking"[22]
1994 Haddaway Germany, Trinidad and Tobago "Rock My Heart"[23]
1994 Real McCoy Germany "Another Night"[24]
1994 Rednex Sweden "Cotton Eye Joe"[25][26]
1994 Scatman John United States "Scatman (Ski Ba Bop Ba Dop Bop)"[27][28]

1995–1999[edit]

Year Artist Origin Song
1995 Ace of Base Sweden "Beautiful Life"[29]
1995 DJ BoBo Switzerland "There Is a Party"[20]
1995 Dreamworld Sweden "Movin' Up"[30]
1995 Haddaway Germany, Trinidad and Tobago "Fly Away"[31]
1995 Me & My Denmark "Dub-I-Dub"[32]
1996 Amber Germany "This Is Your Night"[33]
1996 Gala Italy "Freed from Desire"[34][35]
1996 Gina G Australia "Ooh Aah... Just a Little Bit"[36]
1996 Mr. President Germany "Coco Jamboo"[37]
1997 Aqua Denmark "Barbie Girl"[38]
1997 Sash! Germany "Encore une fois"[39]
1997 Sash! Germany "Stay"[40]
1998 Alice Deejay The Netherlands "Better Off Alone"[41][42]
1998 Bus Stop United Kingdom "Kung Fu Fighting"[43]
1998 Daze Denmark "Together Forever (The Cyber Pet Song)"[44]
1998 Loona The Netherlands "Bailando"[37]
1998 Love Inc. Canada "You're a Superstar[45]
1998 Vengaboys The Netherlands "Up and Down"[46]
1998 Vengaboys The Netherlands "We Like to Party"[47]
1999 Vengaboys The Netherlands "Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!"[48][49]
1999 Alice Deejay The Netherlands "Back in My Life"[41]
1999 Amber Germany "Sexual (Li Da Di)"[50]
1999 Angel City featuring Lara McAllen The Netherlands, United Kingdom "Love Me Right (Oh Sheila)"[51]
1999 Eiffel 65 Italy "Blue (Da Ba Dee)"[52]

2000s[edit]

Year Artist Origin Song
2000 ATC Germany "Around the World (La La La La La)"[53]
2000 Fragma Germany "Toca's Miracle"[54]
2000 French Affair Germany, France "My Heart Goes Boom (La Di Da Da)[55]
2001 DJ Encore featuring Engelina Denmark "I See Right Through to You"[56]
2001 DJ Sammy Spain "Heaven"[57][58]
2002 Lucy Carr United Kingdom "Missing You"[59]
2002 Modern Talking Germany "Ready for the Victory"[60]
2002 t.A.T.u. Russia "All the Things She Said"[61]
2003 DJ BoBo Switzerland "Chihuahua"[62]
2003 O-Zone Moldova "Dragostea din tei"[63]
2003 t.A.T.u. Russia "Not Gonna Get Us"[61]
2004 Günther Sweden "Ding Dong Song"[64]
2005 DHT Belgium "Listen to Your Heart[65]
2005 Crazy Frog Sweden "Popcorn"[66]
2005 Dared Belgium "Driver's Seat"[67]
2006 Basshunter Sweden "Boten Anna"[68]
2006 September Sweden "Cry for You"[69]
2007 Basshunter Sweden "Now You're Gone"[70]
2007 Cascada Germany "What Hurts the Most"[71]
2007 Kate Ryan Belgium "Voyage, voyage"[72]
2007 September Sweden "Can't Get Over"[73]
2008 Basshunter Sweden "All I Ever Wanted"[74]
2008 Eurobandið Iceland "This Is My Life"[75]
2008 Inna Romania "Hot"[76]
2008 Kate Ryan Belgium "Ella, elle l'a"[72]
2008 Waldo's People Finland "Lose Control"[77]
2009 Cascada Germany "Evacuate the Dancefloor"[78]
2009 Edward Maya Romania "Stereo Love"[76]

2010s[edit]

Year Artist Origin Song
2010 Hera Björk Iceland "Je ne sais quoi"[79][80]
2010 Rihanna Barbados "Only Girl (In the World)"[81]
2010 SunStroke Project and Olia Tira Moldova "Run Away"[82]
2011 Kelly Rowland featuring the WAV.s United States "Down for Whatever"[83]
2011 Eric Saade Sweden "Popular"[84]
2011 Alexandra Stan Romania "Mr. Saxobeat"[85][86]
2011 Pitbull featuring Marc Anthony United States, Puerto Rico "Rain Over Me"[87][88]
2012 Loreen Sweden "Euphoria"[89][90]
2012 Oceana Germany "Endless Summer"[91]
2012 R.I.O. featuring Nicco Germany, United States "Party Shaker"[92]
2012 Tacabro Italy "Tacata'"[93]
2013 Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris Canada, United States "All Around the World"[94]
2013 Cascada Germany "Glorious"[95]

See also[edit]

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