I can honestly say I don't go to many parties, but of the ones I do go to, I have very vivid memories. Who got arrested, who hooked up with who, yada yada yada. The thing I would remember most is music. I guess a running themes with parties is how in tuned they are to what's hot or on the Billboard 100. I still remember when Ja Rule (?) song "Back That Ass Up" would play at every single party I went to back in 98 (or was it 99?). It's usually rap, R&B, and country, but you rarely ever hear metal. Maybe some experimental music. But all parties seem to go back to the same roots. I remember one party where "Brown-Eyed Girl" by Van Morrison played and absolutely everybody went nuts. Somebody played "Foxy" by Jimi Hendrix on the stereo and this guy got into the middle of the floor and did a Garth Algar and the whole Foxy thing. "Free Bird" gets played a lot, but I think that's a Southern thing. Lots of bodies swaying left and right and lighters. Bob Dylan gets played, and guys would especially sing along. "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright" is the one that gets the most airplay. Seth Paxton, in another thread, mentioned "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da". That gets lots of airplay too. I thought I heard "Sister Golden Hair" play at a party. But the one that gets everybody going has got to be "American Pie" by Don McClean. I've yet to meet someone that hates that song. The females seems to like it. What stories do you guys have?