Nightclubs: Most Played Band


AlWe’ve been having this discussion with my officemates on which band has the most song that are played in Nightclubs here in the Philippines. Is it Michael Learns to Rock or Bon Jovi? So what I’m going to do is list all possible songs that are Nightclub-compatible from each band.

My definition of Nightclub compatible songs is any song that is sung very slowly during the first stanza with gradual acceleration then a sudden increase in speed a line or two  before the chorus or the first line of the chorus. This is because a dancer would often start dancing slowly, caressing the pole or shaking/swaying her uhm…ass oh so very slowly and then when the song reaches the chorus she would either jump up  and do a split or jumps up the pole and go winding down. In short, slow dance first with a sudden jump in movement at the chorus.

So here are the songs:

Bon Jovi

  1. Always
  2. Bed of Roses
  3. Blaze of Glory
  4. I’ll Be There for You

Michael Learns to Rock

  1. 25 Minutes
  2. That’s why (you go away)

Sorry but Paint My Love, The Actor, and Nothing To Lose didn’t fit in the criteria. 

Note though, these songs are for the average dancers in a Nightclub. We have a different set of songs for starlets who performs 3 consecutive songs at the minimum and never dances slowly. Usual music for starlets are Down with the Sickness, Unforgiven, and other heavy metal songs. There are also those below average dancers or newb who doesn’t split nor pole dance, for them, they usually pick non-rock love songs.

Disagree? Post why in the comment section.

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One Response to Nightclubs: Most Played Band

  1. M!kester says:

    oookaayy… so dito pala nakalagay yung mga tanong mo… hehehe!

    Wag lang sila magpapatugtog ng Willie Revillame, Lito Camo or anything na novelty song, the list is good as it is.

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