Watch: InternetDJ 2007 Top 25 Dance & Electronic Music Video Round-Up

It's that time of year again. Check out the best and worst videos from 2007.

Posted by Michael Bordash on Tue Dec 11, 2007

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Thanks to all the labels and promoters that wanted to have their artists' videos featured on InternetDJ. Here we have the top 25 video releases featured on InternetDJ based solely on popularity in 2007.


Arcade Fire - Intervention (Live on SNL) We kick off this year with my favorite live performance of all time. Yep, it really is.


Seamus Haji - Last Night a DJ Saved My Life Cheese factor wins cross over appeal. A lot of people liked this song.


Armand Van Helden - I Want Your Soul Great music video, song is just ho-hum and way too old school.


Arnold Rave (Benassi) I must have received about 20 copies of this when it was originally created.


UNKLE - Burn My Shadow Bad CGI aside, the video is exceptional; with a haunting vocal, this package is hard to forget.


De Souza ft Shena - Guilty Hot chicks dancing. That's about it. Instantly forgettable.


The Chemical Brothers - Do it Again Although the chems seem to lack the magic from yesteryear, this one is kind of funny.


Bob Sinclar - Sound of Freedom Bob. Bobby. Bobo. What are you doing? This is just terrible! Bring back your signature sounds.


Yves La Rock - Rise Up HUGE song from the Summer. Fresh and lively song and video.


Chemical Brothers - Salmon Dance Nothing like old Chems, but this one still makes you smile. Great beats.


Freeform Five - No More Conversations (Mylo Mix) This is one of the greatest House songs ever created and was featured on nearly every serious house mix over the past 18 months.


Richard Grey - Warped Bass (Tainted Love) A reviewer summed it up best with: "This is a pile of wank." Wank, indeed.


Tiesto feat. Maxi Jazz - Dance4Life Great cause, good song, poorly executed video.


Armin Van Buuren vs. Rank 1 - The World Is Watching Me (feat. Kush)Superior song, huge sound for the club. The build up to the middle section is unreal. Perfect Armin.


Eric Prydz vs. Pink Floyd - Proper Education The remix had mass appeal, but very simple with little unique variation. Nonetheless, a good video/song package.


Out of Office - Hands Up GREAT video, loved the Weird Science nod. Song is way too early-90s-NYC-vocal-house for my taste. Should have been more tech to fit the vid.


Armand Van Helden - NYC Beat Some people found this one annoying, but the video and the song grew on me quite a bit. Lots of eye candy.


The Audio Club - Sumthin' Serious Sometimes I like to feature releases that just pisses people right off. Kind of backfired here, lots of people liked it!


Armand Van Helden - Touch Your Toes This shit is just DOPE! Totally catchy 80s vibe really worked in this case.


Camille Jones vs. Fedde Le Grand - The Creeps The video leaves you wondering, "where have I seen this one before?"


Ida Corr vs Fedde Le Grand - Let Me Think About It If you can get over the cheesy horn sample, you might actually like this song too. Vocals send this to the top.


David Guetta ft. Chris Willis - Love is Gone Perhaps Guetta's best single to date. The video is exceptional and worthy of several viewings to catch all the subtleties.


Lene Alexandra - My Boobs Are OK Boobs make this #3.


Dada ft Sandy Rivera & Trix - Lollipop Boobs make this #2. Some of the member comments on this are really funny.


Mason vs. Princess Superstar - Perfect Exceeder Although boobs pushed this video to #1, Mason's talent coupled with a brilliant choice for the vocal mashup make this a wise and logical #1. One of the most addictive songs I've ever come across. It exemplifies electronic music by perfectly melding complex rhythms, innovative chord progressions and vocal samples. Gold star.
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