There's a lot of awesome music from the DJ Hero series.
DJ Hero 1
- Just for the sake of the Guitar Hero and Rock Band fans, let's start with Sabotage vs. Monkey Wrench.
- You Can't Touch Ice Ice Baby ("You Can't Touch This" vs. "Ice Ice Baby"), We Will Robot Rock You ("We Will Rock You" vs. "Robot Rock"), plus other great combos are in store.
- "Fix Up Look Sharp" vs "Genesis" is one too, especially in the game's intro video.
- "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" vs "Feel Good Inc." EARGASM!!!
- Groundhog (Beat Juggle) is one of the more popular tracks in the lineup. This is either because it's an awesome mix of an awesome track made by Noisia, or because of being the hardest song in the entire game or because it repeatedly taunts the player in a British accent. "This is no time to kotch!"
- "So, you wanna be a DJ?"
- All Eyez On Me vs. Bitter Sweet Symphony improves both songs in ways unheard of before.
- "Disco Inferno" vs. "Let's Dance" is a strong contender for the strangest mashup in either game, but the result speaks for itself.
DJ Hero 2
- "Just Dance" by Lady Gaga vs. "Ghosts N Stuff" by Deadmau 5. Listen and be amazed.
- Activision's ad agency knew what they were doing when they put this one in the commercials.
- "Welcome to Jamrock" vs. "A Fifth of Beethoven".
- "War" vs. "Waters Of Nazareth".
- "Super Battle Breaks", the sequel's answer to "Groundhog". Except instead of a British guy insulting you, it's a DJ that sounds like Tony Hawk.
- If sexiness ever had a sound, it would be "Hot in Here" vs "Regulate".
- "Lollipop" vs. "Not Afraid".
- "Busy Child" vs "Planet Rock".
- "Omen" vs. "Bonkers" is quite mind-blowing.
DJ Hero DLC