The list author says: "Here is a list with big hits released by female singers that became beloved "Dancing Queens" in the 90's or in the 00's:
Say You'll Be There by Spice Girls Waterfalls by TLC Survivor dy Destiny's Child You Had Me by Joss Stone Toxic by Britney Spears Trouble by Pink Ain't No Other Man by Christina Aguilera I'm Outta Love by Anastacia It's Not Right But It's OK by Whitney Houston Emotions by Mariah Carey You're Makin Me High by Toni Braxton Man! I Feel Like A Woman by Shania Twain What You Waiting For? by Gwen Stefani Where Are You Baby by Betty Boo Gypsy Woman (La Da Dee La Da Da) by Crystal Waters Finally by Ce Ce Peniston Free by Ultra Naté It Feels Good by Sonique This Is Your Night by Amber Mercy by Duffy Poker Face by Lady Ga Ga."
"I'm far from being fan of this duo, but I must confess I do like many of their songs and this album has many good dancing pop songs. I'd point out Dressed For Success, The Big L. and Sleeping In My Car."
"Forget everything that you know about nerd style of life, 'cos this album is the alive proof that a bunch of nerds can be very fun too! Music for dancing inside the Millennium Falcon, 'cos Enterprise is a place for serious people..."
"After releasing some excellent singles in the first half of the 80's, Colin Hay didn't correspond to expectations in his next works and simply disappeared from the pop map. But the fact is that he owns at least 5 wonderful pop songs in his musical curriculum, which are: Down Under, It's A Mistake, Overkill, Everything I Need and Who Can It Be Now?."
"If U usually turn up your nose at DJ albums, I truly believe this one is able to change your mind. Then maybe you try to hear another 3 great albums released by him: Gandhi Khan, New York: A Mix Odyssey & Ghetto Blaster."
"This album served to turn this band into the new darlings of clubbers overnight, specially because its explosive first track. But it owns another incredibly infectious ones like Tribulations & On Repeat."
"Put Your Records On is that kind of song that it's impossible to dislike. First class pop soul present in a very good (and a bit underrated) debut album. Its other tracks are calmer, but some of them are pretty danceable like Trouble Sleeping and I'd Like To."
""Train" and "Twist" were great singles from their previous work, "Black Cherry", that paved the way for turning Alison Goldfrapp into a "dance music diva" and she definitely conquered the right to use this title after releasing this brilliant dancing album."
"Fabulous record!!! What a talented guy Mika is! His debut album is full of high points. Actually I love all its tracks, mainly, of course, the incredibly delightful Grace Kelly, which I regard as one of the best songs from the last year. Nevertheless it's really good to swing while you're listening to Love Today, Relax,Take It Easy & Big Girl,You Are Beautiful too!"
"Ok, I agree Crazy is one of the best things that has happened to Pop in the 00's, but don't forget to listen to other almost so great songs present in this stunning one too, such as the overture track and the underrated Smiley Faces."
"A very sarcastic girl inappropriately called Lily singing well-done bouncy songs. Friday Night lyrics are hilarious and some other ones are controversial for saying the least. Sometimes I had difficulties to believe that this "sweet" girl reached a huge popularity by singing a song where she called a gang to spank her ex-boyfriend just because he had left her. And she smiiiles! Sign of the times."
"Another "bad girl" who loves to expose her "reprovable" behavior to the audience. I don't know why she treats herself so badly and I don't know if all this attitude isn't just marketing, but I know that I love her music, despite I think she should go to a rehab urgently... My fave ones here are the smashing Back To Black and You Know I'm No Good."
"I think this album owns only one remarkable dancing track besides its 3 hit singles from 2007, which is Kiwi. The other dancing ones are nothing more than decent fillers at my opinion. Anyway it's undoubtly a dance pop album above the average. It blends the elegance from Spandau Ballet with the energy from Adam & The Ants. Adam Levine owns a nasal voice, but it's almost OK, after all he's so sexy."