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2010+ Disco


Disco Music released during 2010:

  • "White Knuckle Ride" by Jamiroquai, on the album Rock Dust Light Star - electro-disco - reached #39 Pop in the U.K., #15 Pop in the Netherlands, #1 Pop in Italy, and #7 Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs in the U.S.

  • "Swinging to the Bass (Classic Disco Version)" by Los Charly's Orchestra, on the album Chicano Disco Funk

  • "Classic Reissue" by Los Charly's Orchestra, on the album Chicano Disco Funk - jazzy disco

  • "Tanto Soul" by Los Charly's Orchestra, on the album Chicano Disco Funk - electro-disco

  • "You've Changed" by Sia [Furler], on the album We Are Born - electro-disco-pop - reached #31 on the ARIA Singles Chart in Australia in January 2010

  • "I Look to You" by Miami Horror featuring Kimbra [Johnson], on the album Illumination - disco-house

  • "On a Highway to Saturn" by D-Pulse - electro-disco/disco-house

  • "And the Beat Goes On" by the Whispers, on the album The Beat Goes On: Live in Baltimore - electro-disco reprise of their 1979 hit; recorded live in October 2009 in Maryland

  • "It's A Love Thing" by the Whispers, on the album The Beat Goes On: Live in Baltimore - electro-disco reprise of their 1980 hit; recorded live in October 2009 in Maryland

  • "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)" by Brass Band Willebroek and Frans Violet, on the album Funky Brass - disco version of the 1979 disco-pop hit by ABBA

  • "It's Alright to Love Me" by Johnny Mathis - electro-disco; recorded in February 1981, but first released in 2010 on Warner France's compilation Nile Rodgers presents The Chic Organization: Boxset Volume 1: Savoir Faire

    "Disco Gamma" by Los Charly's Orchestra is electro-funk. "Cocaine Blues" by Escort is electro-pop-funk whose melody is a newly recorded copy of the melody of "Do It Any Way You Wanna" by People's Choice (1975). "California Gurls" by Katy Perry (feat. Snoop Dogg) is electro-pop-dance. "Misery" by Maroon 5 is electro-pop. The amazing "Boogieland" by MoonShoes is disco-flavored electro-dance. The very pleasant "I'll Change My Game" by Fonzi Thornton featuring Chic, released in 2010 but recorded in 1981, is electro-dance with a strong disco flavor.


    Disco Music released during 2011:

  • "Feeling High" by Los Charly's Orchestra, on the album The Groove and Its Synonyms - jazzy disco

  • "Feel My Beat" by Danny Clark and Jay Benham featuring Natasha Watts, on the album 2011 Miami Sampler - electro-disco

  • "Prisoner of Love" by Jessica 6 featuring Antony Hegarty - disco-house

  • "Car Wash" by Brass Band Willebroek and Frans Violet, on the album Brass Blockbusters - cover of Rose Royce's 1976 hit

  • "What A Fool Believes" by the Doobie Brothers, on the album Live At The Greek Theater 1982 - electro-disco-pop reprise of their 1978 hit; recorded live in 1982 in California

  • "Real Love" by the Doobie Brothers, on the album Live At The Greek Theater 1982 - electro-disco-pop version of their 1980 hit; recorded live in 1982 in California

    The original mix of "Do You Believe?" by Poolside is a bit slower than disco but certainly has an electro-disco flavor including with its bassline. "Babe (Don't Feed the Wildlife)" by [Jonathan] Golabek is a magnificent electro-dance/synth-pop song with brief segments with rock guitar and electric violin. "Fantasy" by Breakbot (featuring Ruckazoid) is disco-flavored electronica. "Painted Eyes" by Hercules and Love Affair is disco-flavored electronica. "I Don't Like Disco" by Amanda Lear is electronica/euro house. "Disco" by Thomas Pickert is power pop.


    Disco Music released during 2012:

  • "Treasure" by Bruno Mars (a.k.a. Peter Gene Hernandez), on the album Unorthodox Jukebox - electro-disco-pop; reached #12 Pop in the U.K. in 2013, #5 Billboard Hot 100 in the U.S. in June 2013, and #10 on the ARIA Singles Chart in Australia in June 2013

  • "The Secret Life of Us" by Joey Negro and the Sunburst Band featuring Donna Gardier and Diane Charlemagne, on the album The Secret Life of Us - electro-disco

  • "Where the Lights Meet the Music" by Joey Negro and the Sunburst Band featuring Darien, on the album The Secret Life of Us - electro-disco

    "Die from a Broken Heart" by Bimbo Boy (Dennis Alexis Hellström) is italo-styled electro-dance. "Shout It (From The Rooftops)" by Cool Million featuring Donna Gardier is electro-R&B-dance with real rhythm guitar. "Troublemaker" by Olly Murs featuring Flo Rida is disco-influenced pop. "Escape to Paradise (Theme)" by Jimmy Michaels featuring Camilla Twisselman is disco-flavored electro-dance. "More Things Change" by Jimmy Michaels featuring D.C. LaRue is electro-dance.


    Disco Music released during 2013:

  • "André Leon Talley" by Company Freak - electro-disco

  • "Get Lucky" by Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams, on the album Random Access Memories - electro-disco - reached #1 Pop in the UK in April 2013, #2 Billboard Hot 100 in the U.S. in 2013, #1 Hot 100 in Canada, #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart in Australia in May 2013

  • "Give Life Back to Music" by Daft Punk, on the album Random Access Memories - electro-disco

  • "Sunlight" by the Brand New Heavies featuring N'Dea Davenport

  • "Red Beans" by Drop Out Orchestra, on the album The Power of Music

  • "The National Theatre" by Drop Out Orchestra, on the album The Power of Music

  • "Day Vague" by Drop Out Orchestra, on the album The Power of Music

  • "Hotpants" by Disco Dick a.k.a. Christian d'Or

  • "My Promise" by Earth, Wind, and Fire, on the album Now, Then and Forever - disco-funk

  • "Dance Floor" by Earth, Wind, and Fire, on the album Now, Then and Forever - funky disco

  • "Night of My Life" by Earth, Wind, and Fire, on the album Now, Then and Forever - funky electro-rock-disco

  • "Mandou Bem" by Jota Quest featuring Nile Rodgers, on the album Funky Funky Boom Boom - Portuguese electro-rock-disco from Brazil

  • "Finn" by Tornaado - rock-disco; recorded in 1979, but first released in 2013 on Tornaado's album Instrumentaaltsükkel "Regatt" from Frotee Records

    "Thank God It's Friday" by Sonakshi Sinha is disco-flavored electro-dance in a mix of English and Hindi from the movie Himmatwala. "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke featuring T.I. and Pharrell Williams is electronic R&B-house-pop. "I Can't Describe (The Way I Feel)" by Jennifer Hudson featuring T.I. is electro-R&B-dance with a rap segment. "Dance Your Pain Away" by Agnetha Faltskog is house music.


    Disco Music released during 2014:

  • "Dangerous" by Rumer (a.k.a. Sarah Joyce), on the album Into Colour - reached #54 Pop in the U.K. in November 2014

  • "Freefall" by The Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra, on the album The Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra: A 20th Year Celebration Recording

  • "Vendetta" by The Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra, on the album The Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra: A 20th Year Celebration Recording

  • "Mystery" by The Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra featuring Arthur Verocai, on the album The Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra: A 20th Year Celebration Recording

  • "A Disco Supreme" by The Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra featuring Arthur Verocai, on the album The Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra: A 20th Year Celebration Recording

  • "Don't Cha Know He's Alright" by The Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra, on the album The Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra: A 20th Year Celebration Recording - electro-disco-soul

  • "Nature's Call" by Shaun Escoffery, on the album In the Red Room - electro-disco-soul

  • "'95 Tonight" by the Brand New Heavies, on the album Sweet Freaks - electro-disco

  • "In the Name of Love" by the Brand New Heavies, on the album Sweet Freaks - electro-disco

  • "Get On" by the Brand New Heavies, on the album Sweet Freaks - electro-R&B-disco

  • "Sweet Freeek" by the Brand New Heavies, on the album Sweet Freaks - funky disco

  • "The City" by Count Basic (featuring Kelli Sae), on the album Sweet Spot - electro-disco

  • "Stomp" by Count Basic (featuring Kelli Sae), on the album Sweet Spot - jazzy electro-disco cover of the 1980 disco hit by the Brothers Johnson

  • "Give Life Back to Music" by Brooklyn Bolster - electro-disco cover of Daft Punk's 2013 song

  • "Give Life Back to Music" by Brass Band Willebroek and Frans Violet, on the album Brass Royale - disco cover of Daft Punk's 2013 song

  • "Born To Be Alive" by Brass Band Willebroek, Brass Band De Wâldsang, and Frans Violet, on the album Disco Hits in Brass - disco version of Patrick Hernandez's 1979 rock-disco hit

  • "Hot Stuff" by Brass Band Willebroek, Brass Band De Wâldsang, and Frans Violet, on the album Disco Hits in Brass - disco version of Donna Summer's 1979 electro-rock-disco hit

  • "Fame" by Brass Band Willebroek, Brass Band De Wâldsang, and Frans Violet, on the album Disco Hits in Brass - electro-disco; cover of Irene Cara's 1980 hit

  • "I Was Made For Lovin' You" by Brass Band Willebroek, Brass Band De Wâldsang, and Frans Violet, on the album Disco Hits in Brass - disco version of KISS's 1979 metal-disco hit

  • "Crying at the Discotheque" by Brass Band Willebroek, Brass Band De Wâldsang, and Frans Violet, on the album Disco Hits in Brass - disco version of Alcazar's 2000 Hi-NRG-disco hit with its melody largely from Sheila and B. Devotion's "Spacer" from 1980

  • "Too Cool to Dance" by Eden xo (a.k.a. Jessica Malakouti) - disco-pop

  • "Disco" by Sheila Simmonds, on the album Hashtags and Handbags - electro-disco-pop

  • "Hands" by Macy Gray (a.k.a. Natalie McIntyre), on the album The Way - disco with two rap segments

  • "Shapeshifters" by Sam Roberts Band, on the album Lo-Fantasy - electro-rock-disco; released in both all-English and mixed English-French versions

    Disco Music released during 2015:

  • "Right Here, Right Now" by Giorgio Moroder featuring Kylie Minogue, on the album Déjà Vu - disco-pop - reached #74 Single Sales in the UK in February 2015, #1 Hot Dance Club Songs in the U.S. in April 2015

  • "Déjà Vu" by Giorgio Moroder featuring Sia [Furler], on the album Déjà Vu - electro-disco

  • "I'll Be There" by Chic featuring Nile Rodgers - includes a sample from an unreleased version of Sister Sledge's "Got to Love Somebody"

  • "Back in the Old School" by Chic featuring Nile Rodgers - electro-disco

  • "Red and White" by Patawawa - electro-disco

  • "Disco Inferno" by Brass Band Willebroek and Frans Violet, on the album Brass Inferno - cover of the 1976 hit by the Trammps

  • "One of These Guys" by ApologetiX, on the album Easter Standard Time - rock-disco; all of the instrumentals and some of the lyrics are covered from the 1975 hit by the Eagles but other words are original

    "La Disco" by Giorgio Moroder is electro-dance with a real rhythm guitar. "Tempted" by Giorgio Moroder featuring Matthew Koma is disco-influenced dance-pop with a real rhythm guitar. The enjoyable "Dance Originality" by Vo5 is electro-dance which easily would have been classified here as disco if not for its very frequent erratic beats. "The Disco Haiku" by Vo5 is disco-influenced electro-dance.


    Disco Music released during 2016:

  • "Get Up" by Mexican Dubwiser featuring Katrina Blackstone - R&B-disco, on the album Border Frequency

  • "We Bring the Party" by The Dig Band featuring Dina Carroll

  • "Kill the Lights" by Alex Newell, Jess Glynne, and DJ Cassidy with Nile Rodgers, on the album Vinyl: Music From the HBO Original Series, Volume 1

    "Oliver Robotron" by Misha Panfilov Sound Combo is electro-funk. "Dame un poco de tú amor" by Fundación Tony Manero with Baccara is electro-dance with real guitar. "Hagámoslo Juntos", "Fiebre del sábado noche (F.S.N.)", and "Dance Usted" by Fundación Tony Manero are likewise electro-dance though "Hagámoslo Juntos" includes trumpet, guitar, and bass.


    Disco Music released during 2017:

  • "Are You Looking for Action?" by Kasabian, on the album For Crying Out Loud - electro-rock-disco

    "Cloud 9" by Jamiroquai is disco-flavored electro-dance-soul. "Hot Property" by Jamiroquai is electro-dance with 45 seconds of electro-disco in the middle. "Superfresh" by Jamiroquai is electro-dance. "Love on Hold" by Aeroplane featuring Tawatha Agee is electro-dance. "Android", "Dannsa Dhomh", and "Nuts Pineapple" by Outerattik are quality electro-dance tunes.

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    Some Disco Moments from the 2010s

  • A 2014 British television and cinema advertisement for Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate bar, set in an office and titled "Yes Sir, I WILL Boogie in the Office", plays the 1977 disco hit "Yes Sir, I Can Boogie" by Baccara.
  • A 2014 British television advertisement for Cadbury Dairy Milk Ritz and Lu, titled "Passport Control", plays the lesser-known 1979 disco song "(Got My) Dancing Shoes" by Plaza.
  • The 2010 video game "Just Dance 2" included the disco songs "Rasputin" by Boney M, "Hot Stuff" by Donna Summer, and "Cosmic Girl" by Jamiroquai.
  • The 2011 video game "Just Dance 3" included the metal-disco/rock-disco song "I Was Made For Lovin' You" by KISS.
  • The 2012 video game "Just Dance 4" included the disco songs "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" by Boys Town Gang and "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" by Barry White.
  • The 2011 movie "Super 8" plays the disco songs "Le Freak" by Chic and "Heart of Glass" by Blondie.
  • The 2011 comedic movie "Zookeeper" plays "(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty" by K.C. and the Sunshine Band on its soundtrack.
  • The 2011 French movie "Intouchables" plays "September" by Earth, Wind and Fire on its soundtrack.
  • The 2012 movie "Here Comes the Boom" plays the disco song "Spank" by Jimmy "Bo" Horne in the scene where the character Niko learns a disco street fighting dance.
  • The 2012 comedic movie "A Thousand Words" plays the disco song "Bad Luck" by Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes on its soundtrack.
  • Sister Sledge performed "We Are Family" live at the Global Family Reunion in New York City on June 6, 2015.
  • Daft Punk's disco single "Get Lucky" won the Grammy for "Record of the Year" at the 56th Grammy Awards on January 26, 2014.


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