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Mike Kennedy – Disco Lord of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein is the world’s largest producer and exporter of false teeth. They manufacture more than 20% of the total sales worldwide and 40% of the sales in Europe. How many disco records they have done remains unclear.
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Overfitting Disco by Jussi - 5d ago

Frank Zander – Disco Planet (Wir Beamen) Television presenters had to record disco tracks too, of course.
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Overfitting Disco by Jussi - 1w ago

Doctor Kessler – Me Que Me Que Very stylish and en vogue sounds from Japan, made in 1981.
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Overfitting Disco by Jussi - 1w ago

Les Pekenikes – Olé Ali From their 1973 Saltimontes album. And as usual with the band, it’s the only good track there.
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Overfitting Disco by Jussi - 2w ago

Patrick Heischreck – XYZ Great library track – one that is obviously not connected to the image in any way. I could not think of anything else spelling the title, though. Besides, the poster has definite socially redeeming value, illustrating a period in history when it was possible to publish such stuff uncensored in all […]
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Overfitting Disco by Jussi - 2w ago

Zaino – Mexico Disco In the proud tradition of  Danze Samba Mit Mir by Tony Holiday (aka Rolf Peter Knigge) and Hurricane Love by Roberto Montechristo (aka Roberto Danova) and many more we present Zaino’s (real name unknown) magnificent Mexico track.  From 1977, of course.
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Overfitting Disco by Jussi - 2w ago

Bulldog Police – Fuefuki Doji Off the Disco Tetsuwan Atom album from 1979.
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Overfitting Disco by Jussi - 3w ago

Groove Night – Mabellene During the early and mid 80s, the world was assaulted by horrifying sights: pastel colored leg warmers and fashions inspired by the aerobics craze and bands like Culture Club.  We were subjected to tacky television shows like Dynasty and Miami Vice, and a channel called MTV.  Madonna was all over the media. […]
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Overfitting Disco by Jussi - 3w ago

Adrian Enescu – Double Time Push Rock Adrian Enescu – Syncopated Hard Rock Adrian Enescu – Strightt Disco Confused attempt by Romanian soundtrack composer to go disco, with wildly inappropriate titles. It’s hard to detect anything to do with rock and roll in the wicked, chugging midtempo groover “Double Time Push Rock”, and “Syncopated Hard […]
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Overfitting Disco by Jussi - 3w ago

Ringo – La Rupture Anticipating the time of the year which ushers in the scorching heat of the summer, we bring on The King, with one of his signature songs which starts slow and then turns into dancefloor dynamite.
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