WEIRD MIX OF FUN JAMS TO DJ WHEN EVERYONES DRUNK AT A HOUSE PARTY

Mix up the tempos and vibes. Some of these are obvious, some not. Blend music genres such as: aunt that smokes cigarettes, tween cousin, eating frozen yogurt in your car, etc. You know, music genres.
  1. "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang" - Dr. Dre ft Snoop Doggy Dogg
    smooth. also this is when he, similar to the Cougar previously in John Mellencamp, still had the Doggy in his name.
  2. "Don't Look Back In Anger" - Oasis
    cheers, m8
  3. "Gucci Gucci" - Kreayshawn
    one big room full of bad bitches
  4. "Brass Monkey" - Beastie Boys
    That honking horn sound
  5. "Disco 2000" - Pulp
    Jarvis is the king across the pond, m8
  6. "Stand Back" - Stevie Nicks
    the queen
  7. "Let Me Blow Ya Mind" - Eve ft. Gwen Stefani
    sweet mid tempo jam. gwen rules.
  8. "Kiss" - Prince
    the king
  9. "Got My Mind Set On You" - George Harrison
    my friend Doug Lussenhop clued me in on this little secret. you might immediately kind of think its cornball, but if everyone is a little worked up already, it seriously kills.
  10. "Roar" - Katy Perry
    sing that chorus, feels good
  11. "For Your Love" - The Yardbirds
    Myles Hendrick used to always dj this in the fun Hollywood days of the mid-aughts and it actually worked great blended in with more current songs of the time like something off "Music From The OC Mix 3" which also had its jams.
  12. "Around The World" - Daft Punk
    me and my friends had a really dumb choreographed dance back in the 90s we would do in my friends apartment living room when she had parties to this song
  13. "Oh Oh I Love Her So" -The Ramones
    I met her at the Burger King we fell in love by the soda machine
  14. "Party In The USA" - Miley Crus
    this will kind of always be the shit
  15. "Hypnotize" - Biggie
    Poppa been smooth since days of Underroos
  16. "Easy Lover": Phil Collins
    Everyone gets jazzed by this jazz
    Suggested by   @lesleyarfin
  17. "Hey Ya" - Outkast
    the ultimate song for transitioning into a dance party. the opening "one two three!" always prompts a collective "ooohhhhh shit. it's on now."
    Suggested by   @gabe