Ranking All the Songs from The Night at the Roxbury Soundtrack

The Night at the Roxbury is a classic movie that was released in 1998. It starred SNL alumni Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan and had a great soundtrack. In this article, we will rank all the songs from the movie.

14. Careless Whisper – Tamia

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Careless whisper is a great song, and it is perfect for the movie. According to IMDB, the song sets the mood for the film, and it is one of the most popular songs in the movie. Tamia showcases her vocal range in this song, and she sounds great. The lyrics are also very appropriate for the film.

13. What is Love? – Haddaway

 

What is Love? is a 1993 dance song by American singer Haddaway. The song was released as the lead single from his debut album, The Album. It peaked at number one in 13 countries, including the United Kingdom, Germany, France, and Australia. In the United States, it peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was ranked number one on Billboard’s Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1993.

12. A little Bit of Ecstasy – Jocelyn Enriquez

 

This is another great song that was in the movie The Night at the Roxbury. It is a song by Jocelyn Enriquez and it displays her great vocal range. According to Popnable, The song is about a woman who is talking to her friends about a guy she likes. She is telling them how he makes her feel and how she wants to be with him. The song is very catchy and has a great beat to it.

11. Where do you go (Ocean Drive Mix) – No Mercy

 

When it comes to The Night at the Roxbury Sound, there are plenty of songs that make you want to get up and dance. This is one of those songs. It’s a great mix of the classic “Where do you go” by No Mercy and the modern Ocean Drive sound.

10. Beautiful Life – Ace of Base

 

This is another one of those songs that is better in the movie than it is on its own. Ace of Base’s “Beautiful Life” is used in The Night at the Roxbury to great effect, playing during the montage of club-going scenes. However, the song itself is a bit too sugary sweet for its good.

9. This is Your Night – Amber

 

Among the many songs on this soundtrack that are perfect for a night out, Amber’s “This Is Your Night” is the best of the bunch. It’s an upbeat track with a great message – that tonight is your night, and you should make the most of it. You will want to dance along when this one comes on.

8. Be My Lover (US remix) – La Bouche

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La Bouche’s Eurodance classic is the kind of song that gets stuck in your head for days, and it’s impossible not to love. The Roxbury Guys dance to this one in the club, and it’s just as catchy in the film. It is a great way to start the movie and get everyone in the mood to party.

7. Insomnia – Faithless

 

Insomnia by Faithless is the perfect song to close out The Night at the Roxbury Sound. The lyrics are all about not being able to sleep, which is appropriate for a movie that’s all about staying up all night. The beat is also incredibly catchy, and it’s impossible to not dance along to it.

6. Pop Muzik – 3rd Party

 

This song is so catchy and fun, it’s impossible not to love it. It’s the perfect track to get people up and dancing, and it always gets stuck in my head. The song was made by 3rd party and is included in the movie soundtrack.

5. Da Ya Think I’m Sexy – Rod Stewart

 

This song does great in this movie is the one that plays when the guys are at the Roxbury. This one is Da Ya Think I’m Sexy by Rod Stewart. It’s a great song to dance to and it gets the guys moving. According to John Havard, the song is also pretty funny because of the way that it’s used in the movie.

4. Disco inferno – Cyndi Lauper

 

Another great song on the list is “Disco Inferno”. It was done by Cyndi Lauper and it is a great example of a song that can get you up and dance. The lyrics are also very catchy and easy to remember. You will find yourself singing this song all the time. “Disco Inferno” is a great choice for anyone who wants to have a good time.

3. Make that money (Roxbury remix) – Robi Rob’s Club World

 

If you are looking to get rich quickly, this is the song for you. The Roxbury remix of “Make that money” is all about making lots of cash and spending it on the finer things in life. If you are not into materialism, this song may not be for you. The song was produced by Robi Rob’s Club World and features vocals by Kelis.

2. Bamboogie (radio edit) – Bamboo

 

One of the best songs from a night at the Roxbury songs is this one. It’s called “Bamboogie” and it’s a radio edit, so you can hear all the lyrics. The beat is infectious and will get you moving, and the lyrics are just as catchy. This is one of those songs that you can’t help but sing along to, and it’s sure to get stuck in your head. If you’re looking for a song to get you moving and groove to, “Bamboogie” is the one for you. It’s catchy, fun, and will make you want to dance all night long. It was done by Bamboo, and it’s one of their best-known songs. You can find it on their album “The Night at the Roxbury Sound.”

1. What Is Love (7″ mix) – Haddaway

 

Coming at number one is the song that started it all, “What Is Love” by Haddaway. This was the first song played in The Night at the Roxbury and is also the song that the characters Steve and Doug Butabi dance to in the club. The mix used in the film is the “Seven Inch Mix”.

Conclusion

So there you have it, all the songs from The Night at the Roxbury ranked from top to bottom. The songs are great and the film is a classic, which makes it the perfect movie to watch when you’re in the mood to groove.

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