Hottest Nightlife of 2008
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So summers here, and there is only one question on all of our minds. Where is the best place to party? Well, we have traveled around the world and got buck in some of the wildest clubs this planet has to offer to answer the ultimate summer question. Here are the top ten wildest locations we could find:
10 - VOODOO LOUNGE, Las Vegas
All we can say is VIVA LAS VEGAS. VooDoo Lounge, located at the Rio Resort, has one of the most amazing outside patios we have seen. 51 stories high in the sky, you can't not feel like you're on top of the world. And if the birds eye view isnt enough to get your liquoured ass engaged, the award-winning cocktails, sexy staff and great music will be. Live bands, go-go dancers, world renowned DJs. This is one freaking wild party.
9 - SCORPIONS, Greece
The girls, the girls, the girls. Its hard to compete with this madness and endorphin-rushed party! Loud music, hot girls, packed venue and no regrets. There's no bullshit in this club boys. If it was any more straight to the point they would pull out the mattress for you.
8 - FABRIC, England
One word - "BODYSONIC." The dancefloor is hooked up to 400 bass transducers that vibrate the music right into you through your feet. Don't want to dance? You dont have a choice, Bodysonic will have you shaking all night. And we have never heard a DJ that wasn't amazing in this club.
7 - Club Aquarium, London
Always packed, loud music, laser lights, sexy girls. It left us speechless - I mean, come on, it even has a pool.
6 - Marquee, New York
This is probably the most exclusive club on the list. Almost everyone inside is rich, famous or both! Expect to be waited on by high end models, lavish drinks and even private rooms to retreat to. Two floors of pure swank, you walk out feeling like a million bucks probably because you needed a million just to walk in. This ultra chic club rounds our list at number 6.
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