If you listen to dance music, you probably remember that specific moment you came across a track that changed your life forever. Whether it was cruising down the freeway blasting music with your best friend, experiencing a special moment at a show, or even finding a song from a soundtrack that changed your world, there are certain songs that you hold near and dear to your heart.

We've compiled a list of some of the biggest tracks that shaped us as dance music fans by introducing electronic music to an entirely new demographic. Come, let's reminisce together.

15. Pump Up the Jam - Technotronic

14. Block Rockin' Beats - The Chemical Brothers

13. Mortal Kombat - The Immortals

12. The Groove is in the Heart - Deee-Lite

11. Praise You - Fatboy Slim

10. Satisfaction - Benny Bennasi

9. Music Sounds Better With You - Stardust

8. Insomnia - Faithless

7. Firestarter - The Prodigy

6. Blue Monday - New Order

5. Starry Eyed Surprise - Paul Oakenfold

4. Porcelain - Moby

3. Sandstorm - Darude

2. Adagio for Strings - Tiësto

1. One More Time - Daft Punk

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