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|For some strange reason, people love to get up in front of a huge crowd and make fools of themselves. Even the shyest people in the|
world have their moments of careless stupidity.
That's the great part about karaoke--it gives everyone a chance to cut lose for a little while and just have fun. Indeed, the right kind of karaoke songs can turn an "event" into a party and can even transform normal people into crazed lunatics--in a good way, of course.
So what kind of music will really get a party going? Well, despite the popularity of pop and hip hop in the modern world, the best songs to get people going are actually oldies.
Everyone knows the classics like "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen or "I Got You Babe" by Sony and Cher. These can get everyone involved in
the karaoke process and encourage people to hop on stage.
Soon other genres will start to show up, and people will start singing pop, country, or whatever they want. Oldies sort of level the playing field though.
The best karaoke nights have a wide variety of songs for people to choose from. Everyone has that one song that they think makes them sound like Celine Dion (though most sound more like a dying mule), so a big selection is crucial for people to participate.
Not every song is going to be a hit, so whenever the party starts to fizzle out, throw on another classic oldies song to get people back in the spirit. This technique is good for at least two or three rounds of fun, and most people won't even notice your strategy. They will be too busy trying to serenade their audience.
Singing Superstar lets you set up a playlist or a selection of karaoke songs that you want to play. You can pick from songs already downloaded, or you can convert the music you already have into karaoke songs. That way you don't have to mess with a bunch of CDs. Trust me, this will save a lot of time and money.
So sure, karaoke songs have a reputation for bringing out the silly quality in people, but is that really a bad thing? As long as you're having fun, it shouldn't matter how strange you're acting.
The next time you have a karaoke party or just a party in general, remember that oldies music is the key to success. With the right karaoke songs, you'll be guaranteed to have an instant hit, and you
could very well be the talk (or sing) of the town soon after.
All the best