The 98 Best Songs of 1998: Pop's Weirdest Year

In 1998, boundaries blew open and new genres were invented each week. We look back at the best, brightest and weirdest from a pivotal year in pop

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55. Stardust, "Music Sounds Better With You"

A landmark of French filter-house, not to mention a prime Nile Rodgers rip from an era full of them. Daft Punk's Thomas Bangalter (he's the robot on the left, or maybe the one on the right, who knows) did this one-off collabo with a couple of club confreres, bouncing the simple refrain off an energy-flash guitar lick (sampled from a Chaka Khan record) to the break of dawn.

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