The Rolling Stones and Alice Cooper have earned a place on party girl Kesha's favorite songs playlist. Yeah, she's a pop singer, but she loves her classic rock, so if you need some music to get your social event kickin' you may want to give this wild child's playlist a chance. Rolling Stone recently conducted a series prompting artists to choose their favorite songs and here, Kesha makes us proud.

She reveals that going to a party when she was 15 made a lasting impression on her. "The couch was on fire, there were sweaty, shirtless people dancing," she says. "That's why I do what I do: I like seeing people lose their shit and not give a f--- about what other people think of them."

She pulls no punches, drawn in by the jungle beats of The Rolling Stones 'Sympathy For The Devil' and admitting to getting laid in the back seat of a car the first time she heard Cream's 'White Room.' She salutes Iggy Pop, calling him one of her "ultimate heroes," and says she once she destroyed a hotel room while playing Led Zeppelin's 'Black Dog.' You go girl.

Kesha also lists Alice Cooper as a favorite, and given that the Coop invited her to duet with him on his recent
release 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare' it appears the feeling is mutual.

Kesha Picks Ten Party Starters:

01. Rolling Stones, 'Sympathy For The Devil' - 1968

02. Alice Cooper, 'School's Out' - 1972

03. Queen, 'Bohemian Rhapsody' - 1975

04. Cream, 'White Room' - 1968

05. The Black Keys, 'Thickfreakness' - 2003

06. Iggy Pop, 'Real Wild Child (Wild One)' - 1986

07. Outkast, 'Hey Ya'  - 2003

08. Led Zeppelin, 'Black Dog' - 1971

09. Hank Williams, 'Honky Tonkin'' - 1946

10. Taking Heads, 'Psycho Killer' - 1977