"Mony Mony" - Billy Idol : From the late 80s, Billy Idol delivers a song charged with energy, great to get the party started. Improvisational dance moves can easily be incorporated to imitate the gold-digging woman mentioned in the song.
"Tipsy" - Chingy: Demeaning to women and in full embrace of pretty much everything illegal, this track sets the intoxicated soul free of inhibitions (like self-respect, and, of course, treating women like people). Promoting underage drinking and fake IDs, this track caters to a vast audience, mostly under 19-year-olds.
"I'm a Bloke" - Chris Franklin: Not all songs that discuss drinking demean women. This, however, is not an exception. He doesn't really sing; the lyrics are more like statements about how Franklin enjoys drinking and his girlfriend's titties. It's funny to listen to him, although a female response in the song would make it a lot more entertaining.
"Friday on My Mind" - The Easybeats: This song is great for enhanced appreciation of a Friday night. The song discusses the emotions associated with each day of the week. It reminds me of the old song that Kiss92 use to play every Monday morning, "Monday Sucks," which always fit my A.M. mood the first day of the week.
"Right by Your Side" - Eurythmics: The whistle/cello combination really makes this song unique. Overall, it's a happy, uplifting love song. I guess there really is nothing left to feel when love comes around, right?
"Blame It" - Jamie Foxx and T-Pain: One of my personal favourites. It doesn't matter where or at what point in the night it's played, it lifts the crowd. It encourages those that are drunk to drink more and the scandalous ones to behave more scandalously, because, according to Foxx, it's the alcohol, not the individual, that is to blame.
"Billy's Got His Beer Goggles On" - Neal McCoy: A wonderful story about a dude who gets used, abused, and left by by his girlfriend. He resorts to drink and rebound sex with anything in sight (masked by his beer goggles).
"We Will Rock You" - Queen: Well, why not? The song is a hit at just about any place a Canadian sport is taking place. A staple song in any sports bar. With lyrics like this, it's not hard for the crowd to catch onto the lyrics and have a great time.
"Wild Wild Life" - Talking Heads: Who doesn't like drinking beer to 80s rock and electric guitar? Perfect to keep the party groovin' and maybe even instigate some hidden, improvisational talent.
"I'm Gonna Be" - The Proclaimers: This song is great. It just is. Whether it's because the instrumentals are repetitive beyond belief or the main objective of the singer is to get to the door of the chick he's pursuing (no matter how intoxicated he is), it makes you think about love... or lust... and the effect it can have on your emotions.