What shall you do if the karaoke party is cooling down and the guests’ spirit is apparently getting melancholic? To overcome the blues, use a scientific method – the triple portion of the blasting hits which will excite even Eeyore!
Here is the list of 10 songs that will surely lift your spirit in any company. They are easy to sing, and everyone knows both lyrics and a tune. You can’t help engaging with their energy! So, get ready to blast the sadness and tiredness!
Top-10 karaoke songs that will force the spark back into your karaoke party.
Pixies – Here Comes Your Man
The classics of alternative rock, which will revitalize any karaoke party.
Taylor Swift – Mean
‘Mean’ may not be the simplest song in terms of its sense but only Taylor Swift can tell about complicated things so easily and lightly.
John Mellencamp ft. Me’Shell Ndegeocello – Wild Night
Some nostalgic notes for the Saturday night.
Chumbawamba – Tubthumping
At some point, every karaoke party enters the phase called Tubthumping Please, don’t tell us it has nothing to do with you. Just admit you want to ‘Get Knocked Down’!
Grease – Summer Nights
If you have never sung “Summer Nights” you were probably born elsewhere but not on the planet Earth. This is a re-affirming tribute to the iconic musical “Grease”, performed by Olivia Newton and John Travolta.
Ray Charles – Hit the Road Jack
If there was one thing the good old Ray could do, it was telling stories. “Hit the Road Jack” is a perfectly male song, and the audience will be eager to sing it together with the performer.
Smash Mouth – All Star
This is a cheerful hit from the early 2000s when everything was simpler and the stars seemed closer.
B-52 – Rock Lobster
The never-dying B-52’s hit is a sure sign that will have you to call a fire brigade to distinguish the “burning” dancing floor, inflamed by the excitement around.
Shania Twain – That Don’t Impress Me Much
Still figuring out how to impress your friends at a karaoke club? The flaming-red Shania Twain has already done that for you.
Tom Jones – Sexbomb
We have seen it coming since the beginning of the party. The only question was which Tom Jones’ song you’re going to opt for. “Sexbomb” or “Delilah”..
These and tens of thousands of other songs are available in EvoClub’s karaoke application of Studio Evolution.