70s Music List

Top 50 Hits From The 70s

The 1970s was a decade like no other. Against the backdrop of the Cold War and global unease, the music of the 70s saw icons born, cultural boundaries explored and the political establishment challenged like never before.

This was a fascinating decade for music, that saw Bowie, Queen and ELO do battle in the charts with Michael Jackson, Sister Sledge and Donna Summer. Now you can relive the magic with our incredible 1970s selection, which includes perfect pop hits from the likes of Gloria Gaynor, timeless rock classics from Aerosmith, angry punk anthems from The Clash and everything in-between!

Our top 50 list of 1970s tunes are guaranteed to make your party come to life!

Song Artist

Song Title

Stevie WonderSuperstition
Billy PaulMe And Mrs Jones
John LennonImagine
Rod StewartMaggie May
Marvin GayeLet’s Get It On
Al GreenLet’s Stay Together
Stealers WheelStuck In The Middle With You
The KinksLola
ChicGood Times
The TrammpsDisco Inferno
BlondieOne Way Or Another
Bee GeesStayin’ Alive
Thin LizzyThe Boys Are Back In Town
The ClashLondon Calling
MadnessOne Step Beyond
QueenDon’t Stop Me Now
Sugarhill GangRapper’s Delight
Donna SummerI Feel Love
Earth, Wind & FireSeptember
David EssexGonna Make You A Star
BlondieHeart Of Glass
T. RexGet It On
AbbaDancing Queen
Gloria GaynorI Will Survive
Sister SledgeWe Are Family
Candi StatonYoung Hearts Run Free
LabelleLady Marmalade
KC & The Sunshine BandThat’s The Way (I Like It)
Electric Light OrchestraMr. Blue Sky
The UndertonesTeenage Kicks
Michael JacksonDon’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough
AerosmithWalk This Way
Carl DouglasKung Fu Fighting
Wild CherryPlay That Funky Music
Billy OceanLove Really Hurts Without You
The KnackMy Sharona
AC/DCHighway To Hell
MudTiger Feet
Rose RoyceCar Wash
Village PeopleYMCA
QueenWe Are The Champions
Lynyrd SkynyrdSweet Home Alabama
Don McLeanAmerican Pie
The EaglesHotel California
Dolly PartonJolene
The BeatlesLet It Be
Jackson 5I’ll Be There
David BowieHeroes
Barry WhiteYou Are My First My Last, My Everything
Frank SinatraNew York, New York