#1
Need good party songs...

Stuff that'll keep it going...

Anything Ska, Punk, Reggae, Alternative, or Rock...

No emo, no metal, no country, and no pop, and nothing too slow or annoying...

Anything from like "Rock The Casbah" (Clash) to "Jammin" (Bob Marley) to "Tainted Love" (Soft Cell)...

Any suggestions will be highly appreciated and I'll gladly give you a brownie point
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#4
My Generation - The Who

and Every song by Death From Above 1979
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#6
A bunch of 80s New Wave stuff. I can't think of the names, I'm sure you'll be able to find compilations though
#7
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My Generation - The Who

and Every song by Death From Above 1979

omg
another DFA 1979 fan??!?!?!?!?!!?!?
Call me Trey.
#9
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Time Bomb - Rancid


****ing kankuro i was going to say that song
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#10
hits from the bong - cypress hill

buffalo soldier- bob marley

feel good hit of the summer - queens of the stone age

guerrila radio - Rage against the machine
#12
"KILL EVERYONE" XgumbyX
"Love Addict" "Earthquake" and "Supersonic" - Family Force 5
"Murderotica" - Norma Jean

EDIT: Nevermind, I see you said no metal

Well, Family Force 5?
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#13
Red Red Wine - Bob Marley
Date Rape - Sublime
Saw Red - Sublime
5446 - Sublime
Right Back - Sublime
Rock The Casbah - The Clash
Tommy Gun - The Clash
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Red Red Wine - Bob Marley
Date Rape - Sublime
Saw Red - Sublime
5446 - Sublime
Right Back - Sublime
Rock The Casbah - The Clash
Tommy Gun - The Clash


I believe that song is by UB40.

Red red wine, goes to my head

Something like that
#15
anything else folks? i got room for at least 6 more songs...
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don't stop believing - journey
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you have no idea how much of a coincidence that suggestion is...

p.s. paulvxD, got anything more specific??
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omg
another DFA 1979 fan??!?!?!?!?!!?!?


Me TOO!

And I suggest

Muse - Sober
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#21
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Let's Go Crazy - Prince

WOOT!




Anything upbeat and is popular with the people at the party
#23
Electric Sweat - Mooney Suzuki
Plug in Baby - Muse
Alive - Pearl Jam
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#25
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I believe that song is by UB40.

Red red wine, goes to my head

Something like that

Ehh, I got it off Limewire and was dumb enough not to google it. My mistake.
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Ehh, I got it off Limewire and was dumb enough not to google it. My mistake.


No problem. I was just stating the correct band name so TS could find it easier