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Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: Oct 1996
Record Label: Polydor (USA)
Genre: R&B & Soul
1. Y.M.C.A. - Village People
2. Celebration - Kool & the Gang
3. Dancing Queen - ABBA
4. Hot Stuff - Donna Summer
5. I Will Survive - Gloria Gaynor
6. You're the First, the Last, My Everything - Barry White
7. I Need Your Lovin' - Teena Marie
8. Knock on Wood - Amii Stewart
9. I Love the Nightlife - Alicia Bridges
10. Flashback - Imagination
11. That's the Way (I Like It) - KC & the Sunshine Band
12. Best Disco in Town - The Ritchie Family
13. If I Can't Have You - Yvonne Elliman
14. Oops Upside Your Head (I Don't Believe You Want to Get Up and Dance) - The Gap Band
15. Love Hangover - Diana Ross
16. Cuba - The Gibson Brothers
17. Funkytown - Lipps, Inc.
18. Got to Give It Up, Pt. 1 - Marvin Gaye
19. Don't Leave Me This Way - Thelma Houston
20. I Feel Love - Donna Summer (Rollo & Sister Bliss Monster Mix Radio Edit)
21. Grease Megamix: You're the One That I Want/Greased Lighting/Summer Ni: You're The One That I Want / Greased Lightning / Summer Nights - John Travolta/Olivia Newton-John
Playing time: 75 min.
Distributor: Universal Distribution
Recording type: Studio
Recording mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a
Photographer: Pete Ashworth.
Put on your polyester leisure suit and wrap your gold chains around your neck, cause tonight we're gonna party like it's 1977 with PURE DISCO. Whether you experienced the Travolta period first hand or you're dipping into this treasure trove of dance classics for the first time, there's plenty to catch your attention on this collection of '70s disco hits. It will forever remain a mystery how the Village People managed to get a song as overtly homosexual in subject matter as "YMCA" across to mainstream America, but history will thank them for it. Posterity should be similarly beneficent to ABBA for the glorious pop/dance fusion that is "Dancing Queen." Donna Summer emphasizes the hedonistic aspects of the disco lifestyle with the lascivious "Hot Stuff." The Right Reverend of Love, Mr. Barry White steps up to the plate to deliver the seminal love-man anthem "You're The First, You're The Last, My Everything."
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