Do you agree with our Top 10 Grease tracks?

Get ready to be transported to a world of high school romance, unforgettable music, and pure, unadulterated fun! Ahead of its premiere in Perth, we have put together our top 10 list of our favourite Grease hits to get you in the mood to experience the sensational musical.

10. “Grease (Is The Word)”

“Grease (Is The Word)” sets the stage for the electrifying energy and nostalgic charm of the musical and is why it has to be featured in the top 10. This number is the opening song of the show and introduces audiences to the vibrant world of Rydell High. It is the perfect song to set the tone for the iconic love story to unfold.

9. “Hopelessly Devoted to You”

At number nine we have “Hopelessly Devoted to You”. It is a tender ballad that tugs at the heartstrings with its heartfelt lyrics and pure emotion. This soulful solo, performed by Sandy, lays bare her feelings of longing and devotion towards Danny despite the challenges they face. With its touching melody and powerful vocals, it showcases the depth of love and vulnerability. This makes it a emotional moment in the musical Grease – but could it be more memorable?

8. “Born to Hand Jive”

This spirited dance number comes in at number eight mainly because of its dynamic choreography that goes with the tune. This high-energy ensemble piece showcases the raw talent of the Rydell High students as they compete in a dance contest. With its pulsating beat, “Born to Hand Jive” captures the essence of youthful exuberance and the thrill of friendly competition. An undeniable catchy tune but is it really top-tier material?

7. “Look at Me, I’m Sandra Dee”

Coming in at number seven we have “Look at Me, I’m Sandra Dee”. It is a tongue-in-cheek tribute to the quintessential good girl gone bad. This sassy solo, performed by Rizzo, playfully mocks the norms of femininity while embracing individuality. With its quick-witted lyrics and infectious melody, “Look at Me, I’m Sandra Dee” adds a playful edge to the musical Grease, earning its place in the top 10.

6. “Greased Lightnin'”

“Greased Lightnin'” is a rock ‘n’ roll anthem that revs up the excitement in Grease. This adrenaline-fuelled number showcases Danny and the T-Birds as they unleash their rebellious spirit. With its infectious energy and choreography, “Greased Lightnin'” captures the thrill of youth and the freedom of the open road, leaving audiences electrified and wanting more. A fun tune but does it deserve this spot on the list?

5. “Summer Nights”

The first of our top five is the breezy, nostalgic ode to summer love – “Summer Nights”. It sets the stage for the audience to experience the electrifying chemistry between Danny and Sandy. This infectious duet effortlessly blends catchy melodies with witty lyrics, painting a vivid picture of teenage infatuation. With its irresistible charm and memorable hook, “Summer Nights” continues to enchant audiences as one of the most beloved songs from the musical.

4. “You’re the One That I Want”

“You’re the One That I Want” is a dynamic duet that ignites the stage with its undeniable connection between Danny and Sandy. This famous love song from Grease captures the excitement and passion of young romance. With its catchy chorus and irresistible melody, “You’re the One That I Want” embodies the spirit of true love and desire.

3. “We Go Together”

This is the ultimate feel-good anthem from Grease, celebrating friendship, love, and the joys of youth. With its infectious beat and upbeat lyrics, this lively ensemble number radiates energy and nostalgia, inviting audiences to sing and dance along. As a testament to enduring kinship, “We Go Together” continues to be a crowd favourite in the world of musical theatre.

2. “Beauty School Dropout”

“Beauty School Dropout” unexpectedly takes the second spot with its kitschy charm. It is a standout number in the musical “Grease,”. This catchy tune resonates with its themes of self-discovery and the pressures of conformity. With its memorable lyrics and lively melody, “Beauty School Dropout” is a timeless classic with a touching message.

1. “There Are Worse Things I Could Do”

Coming in at number one for us is Rizzo’s poignant solo “There Are Worse Things I Could Do”. It is a heartfelt exploration of societal expectations and personal regret. This emotionally charged song delves into themes of identity and acceptance, striking a chord with listeners through its raw vulnerability and powerful delivery. With its soul-stirring lyrics and soulful melody, “There Are Worse Things I Could Do” remains a standout moment in the musical Grease.

So, do you agree with our thoughts? Maybe its time you refreshed your experience of Grease? Well, we have some great news!

After a run at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre, the musical now takes to the stage at the Crown Theatre, Perth from 30 June to 28 July 2024. Don’t miss your chance to see these songs live, buy your tickets now.