What are some party rock songs

Music: The best party rock songs

What could be worse than a party where a bear goes downstairs to step into the basement? There is no beer flowing, no barbecue is on and women do not dance naked on the tables. One of the biggest party killers is definitely the wrong or inappropriate sound reinforcement. The be-all and end-all of any good party is the art of putting on the right cracker for every situation. And of course there is an infinitely large pool of songs. Rockers of the older generation will know and love them, we want to give them to the younger generation by the hand. We are talking about old rock anthems that really declare every party a restricted zone and mutate men into party beasts. We rummaged in our old record boxes and picked out some pieces that still shake the party just as well today as they did before the new millennium. This is how you get every bear out of the basement ...

Phase 1: Classics to warm up

There's nothing like classic rock anthems that everyone really knows. Evergreens whose catchy tune qualities are so legendary that they have broken through almost every eardrum and bitten into a number of cerebellum. Just hymns that always set the first fire at a party. Here are our recommendations:

The Rolling Stones: "Satisfaction"
Journey: "Any Way You Want It"
Whitesnake: "Here I Go Again"
Survivor: "Eye of the Tiger"
Europe: "The Final Countdown"

Phase 2: Punk to rock out

If the air is already burning and the level of the guests has risen, then it's time to storm the dance floor. Of course, 'man' doesn't necessarily swing the dance floor, but rather turns the parquet into a pogo bouncy castle. A place where bodies meet in a slightly less affectionate way. Punk rock and the crossover of the 90s are perfect for triggering this positive chaos. Deliver the best rocking material:

Pennywise: "Bro Hymn"
Dog Eat Dog: "Isms"
Nirvana: "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
Rage Against The Machine: "Killing In The Name"
The Offspring: "Self Esteem"

Phase 3: Stormy head hair and air guitars

When the mob is raging, the women on the tables fall into uninhibited ecstasy and beer consumption peaks, it's time for heavy rock and metal classics. If the main hair is really swinging and the continuous use of air guitars is initiated, then the following songs must be responsible for it:

Queen: "Bohemian Rhapsody"
AC / DC: "Highway To Hell"
Black Sabbath: "Paranoid"
Guns N 'Roses: "Paradise City"
Deep Purple: "Smoke on the Water"

Phase 4: Time to roar along

When the mood is at the boiling point and every tongue is really loose, then it's time for the special songs. Songs, the lyrics of which are mostly unconsciously stored in the back room behind closed doors, but which are opened up by adding a correspondingly high amount of alcohol. At the best time of a party, the following songs always invite you to shout along:

The doctors: "Westerland"
Die Toten Hosen: "Here comes Alex"
Johnny Cash: "Ring Of Fire"
Lynyrd Skynyrd: "Sweet Home Alabama"
Bruce Springsteen: "Born In The USA"

Phase 5: Songs for contact with women

When the party beast has let off steam, it's time to unite with the ladies. In this phase, of course, the right music for cuddling and smooching (or whatever comes to your mind when the sexes meet) has to play. The songs that always draw in contact with women are as follows:

Metallica: "Nothing Else Matters"
Led Zeppelin: "Stairway To Heaven"
The Doors: "Light My Fire"
Fury in the Slaughterhouse: "Time To Wonder"
Red Hot Chili Peppers: "Under The Bridge"

More tips:

Of course, the songs mentioned are only a fraction of the pool of old rock classics, punk hits or metal anthems and after all, everyone has their own taste. What is quite certain, however, is that you can have a positive influence on every party with a decent selection of music - and best if (electric) guitars set the tone in the background. Below are a few more classics that should not be missing at any party of the better sex today as then:

Midnight Oil: "Beds Are Burning"
Héroes del Silencio: "Entre dos Tierras"
Bryan Adams: "Summer of '69"
Beastie Boys: "Sabotage"
Toto: "Africa"