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An underrated mid-'90s dance gem from the late, great George Michael. 87. "Born Slippy (Nuxx)" by Underworld. The standout track from the Trainspotting soundtrack - which, FTR, is a solid, near perfect soundtrack. Another song you wouldn't exactly think of when you think "'90s dance. The song is a dazzling mix of genres, from '70s soul to house, that all works to produce a chill number that makes you want to get up and dance. 83. "Deeper and Deeper" by Madonna. The song is a perfect example of Madonna's genius at being able to take club music (in this case house music) and make it mainstream. 82. "Connected" by Stereo MCs. An early-'90s alt-rock radio staple that crossed into dance.
Dance Party is a 1965 album released by American Motown and soul girl group Martha and the Vandellas on the Gordy (Motown) label. The album was the group's third and, much like The Miracles' Mickey's Monkey album, mainly consisted of dance tunes. The singles featured on the album were their 1964 landmark single, "Dancing in the Street", their follow-up smash, "Wild One", and the hit "Nowhere to Run" and its b-side, "Motoring".