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  1. Samugal

    «Disco Inferno» er ein song frå av The Trammps frå albumet med same namn. Songen nådde toppen av Billboard Hot Dance Club Play-lista tidleg i , men hadde avgrensa suksess i USA fram til , før han vart nytta i filmmusikken til filmen Saturday Night Fever i Singelen vart då gjeven ut på ny og nådde plassen på Billboard Hot lista.
  2. Kajora

    Disco Inferno. Best Of - Burn Baby Burn is een CD (ALBUM) van Trammps.
  3. Kimi

    Disco Inferno were formed by teenagers Ian Crause (guitars and vocals), Paul Willmott (bass), Daniel Gish (keyboards), and Rob Whatley (drums) in Essex in By autumn of that year, Gish was no longer Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  4. Tesida

    "Disco Inferno" is a song by The Trammps from the album of the same name. It became a success in after being included on the soundtrack to the film Saturday Night Fever. The title alludes to the film The Towering Inferno, and the "Burn, baby, burn" chorus references a saying attributed to activist Bill Epton.
  5. Mut

    Disco Inferno biography DISCO INFERNO are one of the early post-rock bands that rose to proeminence on the English scene of the late 80s and early 90s. Initially a quartet consisting of Ian Crause (guitars, vocals), Paul Wilmott (bass), Rob Whatley (drums) and Daniel Gish (keyboards), the band soon became a trio when Daniel Gish left to join.
  6. Shakajas

    Information on Disco Inferno. Complete discography, ratings, reviews and more. Stream songs before you buy.
  7. Mooguzshura

    This classic disco album from the Trammps is so hot you can almost feel the heat- every track is burning with fire and rhythm to the 's disco sound but the songs have real soul kenlamortpudepu.parkbingbibchaupihtigumpcofhandwiderec.infoinfo original vinyl LP's of the period sounded excellent due to very good recording techniques but the CD format has really lifted the sound to new heights/5(38).
  8. Vushura

    Nov 04,  · This is an amazing throwback to the 70s. Some if it's pretty damn hilarious, as some have pointed out here. Kelly Marie, Imagination and Baccara are particular travesties to pop music that are obviously forgotten for a reason, but 30 years later, these performances are heightened by Reviews: 6.

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