Get ready to move your body and soul to the most awesome electronic dance music of 2004! Check out our Best Dance Songs 2004 playlist.
This is the playlist you’ve been waiting for, with all the hits and classics that defined this incredible genre. You will feel the rhythm, the melody, and the vibe of these amazing tunes that will make you want to dance all night long.
Don’t miss this opportunity to relive the best moments of 2004 with this fantastic playlist that we have created just for you!
Featured Dance Songs
Just Be by Tiësto featuring Kirsty Hawkshaw
Number three is on our list. It’s the amazing track “Just Be” by Tiësto featuring Kirsty Hawkshaw.
This song was a huge hit on the dance floors and the charts, with its uplifting melody and inspiring lyrics. It’s a song that makes you want to live in the moment and just be yourself.
Tiësto is one of the most legendary DJs in the world and Kirsty Hawkshaw has a beautiful voice that matches his style perfectly. Let’s listen to this awesome tune and feel the energy!
Love Comes Again by Tiësto featuring BT
We’re counting down the best dance songs of 2004 and we’ve reached number two on our list. It’s “Love Comes” Again by Tiësto featuring BT.
This song was a huge hit that year, topping the charts in several countries and getting rave reviews from critics and fans alike.
It’s a perfect blend of trance, pop, and rock, with a catchy melody and powerful vocals. The lyrics are about finding love again after a heartbreak, and the song has a hopeful and uplifting vibe. So who says there aren’t any EDM love songs?
If you’re looking for a song to get you in the mood for dancing, this is it.
Love Comes Again by Tiësto featuring BT is our number two dance song of 2004!
Push Up by Freestylers
We are thrilled to announce that our top pick for the best EDM song of 2004 is none other than Push Up by Freestylers!
This amazing track rocked the dance floors and climbed the charts with its catchy hook and energetic beats.
It’s a classic that never gets old and always gets us moving. Push Up is the ultimate edm anthem of 2004 and we love it!
List of Best EDM 2004
|#||Title - Artist|
|1||Push Up - Freestylers|
|2||Love Comes Again - Tiësto Ft. BT|
|3||Just Be - Tiësto Ft. Kirsty Hawkshaw|
|4||Call On Me - Eric Prydz|
|5||Flashdance - Deep Dish|
|6||Every Single Day - DJ Jean|
|7||I Want More - Faithless|
|8||As The Rush Comes - Motorcycle|
|9||Out Of Touch - Uniting Nations|
|10||I Like It - Narcotic Thrust|
|11||Calinda - Ritmo Dynamic|
|12||Home Alone - Special D|
|13||Somebody To Love - Boogie Pimps|
|14||Boom Boom (Good Time) - The Sunclub|
|15||The Weekend - Michael Gray|
|16||Lola's Theme - Shapeshifters|
|17||Let The Sun Shine - Milk & Sugar|
|18||My My My - Armand Van Helden|
|19||City Streets - G-Spott|
|20||Sunlight Theory - Svenson|
|21||Take Me To The Clouds Above - LMC vs. U2|
|22||Breakin' Out - Leki|
|23||Cruising - Nalin & Kane vs. Denis The Menace Ft. Alex Prince|
|24||Drop The Pressure - Mylo|
|25||If I Were You - Candee Jay|
|26||It's All Vain - Magnolia|
|27||Feelin' Fine - Ultrabeat|
|28||Hecitate - DJ Jose|
|29||Get Up Stand Up - Stellar Project|
|30||The Anthem 2004 - Sensation|
|31||Silence - Gigi D'Agostino|
|32||California Dreamin' - Royal Gigolos|
|33||Up & Down - Scent|
|34||Shake - Elize|
|35||Overdrive - Ron Van Den Beuken Presents Clokx|
|36||Able To Love - Benny Benassi Presents The Biz|
|37||The Sun Is Shining (Down On Me) - Dt8 Project|
|38||Loops & Tings (Relooped) - Marco V vs. Jens|
|39||Twister - Sam Sharp vs. Ron Van Den Beuken|
|40||Rising Angel - The Freak|
|41||Sex Machine - Mike Heart|
|42||How Deep - Roy Gates|
|43||In Silence - Randy Katana|
|44||To The Club - Spankox|
|45||Set The Stakes High - Da Hool|
|46||Solex (Close To The Edge) - Michael Woods|
|47||Back For Me - Candee Jay|
|48||Drifting Away - Manyou|
|49||Restless - Jx|
|50||Phunky Muzic - 8Ball|
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Final Thoughts – Best Dance Songs 2004
Electronic dance music (EDM) songs in the year 2004 were popular and influential in the music charts. Some of the most successful EDM songs of that year were “Call on Me” by Eric Prydz, “Lola’s Theme” by Shapeshifters, and “Push Up!” by Freestylers.
These songs combined catchy hooks, energetic beats, and diverse influences from house, disco, R&B, and hip-hop. They appealed to a wide audience and dominated the dance floors and radio stations around the world.
In conclusion, EDM songs in 2004 also paved the way for more experimentation and innovation in the genre in the following years.