Please suggest ones I haven't thought of heard in a while....
  1. "Jump" by Van Halen
    Iconic opening notes, instant good mood.
  2. "Axel F" by Harold Faltemeyer
    Old school jam from Beverly Hills Cop.
  3. "Señorita" by Justin Timberlake
    First 4 notes make me want to stand up and dance until I realize the syncopation and my whiteness would make this even more embarrassing than normal.
  4. "Chariots of Fire" by Vangelis
    Haven't heard this one in a long time, but goodness.
  5. "Where The Streets Have No Name" by U2
    Takes some time to build up, but once that Edge lick starts....... Mmmhmmm
  6. "Sirius" by Alan Parsons Project
    Intro music for the Chicago Bulls, gets this Bulls fan brought up watching the Jordan dynasty all tingly.... "Aaaaaaaaaaand now, the starting lineup for YOUR Chicago Bulls!! At guard, from North, Carolina <roars of crowd rupture ear drums>"
  7. "Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who
    The instantly recognizable pulsating organ-synth kicks it off... and noodles nicely mid-song before the big screaming finish. Love it.
    Suggested by @bdot
  8. "1999" by Prince
    Big n bold from the first chord. Iconic mood elevator.
    Suggested by @bdot
  9. "Take On Me" is an iconic keyboard synth-y masterpiece!
    Suggested by @jhope71
  10. "When Doves Cry" - Prince