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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.

  • "International Lover Disco" by Freddy Fischer and His Cosmic Rocktime Band - electro-disco in Italian and English

  • "Disco Dell' Amore" by Freddy Fischer and His Cosmic Rocktime Band - Italian electro-rock-disco

  • "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

  • "Rock the Boat" by La RetroBand, on the album Celebremos - electro-disco cover of the 1974 hit by the Hues Corporation

  • "Lady's Night" by La RetroBand, on the album Celebremos - electro-disco cover of the 1979 hit "Ladies' Night" by Kool and the Gang

  • "Celebrations" by La RetroBand, on the album Celebremos - electro-disco cover of the 1980 hit "Celebration" by Kool and the Gang

  • "Fever Night" by La RetroBand, on the album Celebremos - electro-rock-disco cover of the Bee Gees' 1977 hit "Night Fever"

  • "Staying Alive" by La RetroBand, on the album Celebremos - electro-disco cover of the Bee Gees' 1977 hit

  • "In the Navy" by La RetroBand, on the album Celebremos - electro-disco cover of the hit by the Village People

  • "Y M C A" by La RetroBand, on the album Celebremos - electro-disco cover of the 1978 hit by the Village People

  • "Ring My Bell" by Melodian Pops Orchestra, on the album Trumpet Gold - instrumental electro-disco cover of Anita Ward's 1979 hit

  • "Hot Stuff" by Melodian Pops Orchestra, on the album Trumpet Gold - instrumental disco cover of Donna Summer's 1979 hit

  • "Yes Sir, I Can Boogie" by Melodian Pops Orchestra, on the album Trumpet Gold - instrumental jazzy disco cover of Baccara's 1977 disco hit

  • "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" by Melodian Pops Orchestra, on the album Trumpet Gold - instrumental electro-rock-disco cover of the 1965 song by the Animals, styled similarly to Santa Esmeralda's 1977 version

  • "You are My Last My First Everything" by Ladislav Kerndl, on the album Nejkrasnejsi Filmove Melodie - cover of Barry White's disco hit "You're the First, the Last, My Everything"

  • "I Love You (Track 1)" by Graham Blvd, on the album I Love You - cover of Donna Summer's 1977 disco song

  • "Love Ballad" by Graham Blvd, on the album I Love You - electro-disco version of the 1976 soul ballad by L.T.D., similar to George Benson's 1979 disco version

  • "One of These Nights" by Graham Blvd a.k.a. Flies on the Square Egg, on the album Welcome to the Hotel California - rock-disco cover of the 1975 Eagles hit

  • "It's a Disco Night" by Déjà Vu, on the album A Tribute to Soul Train Legends Anita Baker and Ronald Isley - electro-disco cover of the Isley Brothers hit; vocals differ from the 2004 version by Countdown Mix Masters but the instrumentation is the same

  • "Spacer" by Le Minimoys Band, on the children's album Le Minimoys Band, Volume 2 - electro-disco cover of the hit by Sheila and B. Devotion

  • "We Are Family" by Le Minimoys Band, on the children's album Le Minimoys Band, Volume 2 - electro-disco cover of Sister Sledge's hit

  • "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life" by Le Minimoys Band, on the children's album Le Minimoys Band, Volume 2 - electro-disco cover of Indeep's 1982 hit

  • "And the Beat Goes On" by Le Minimoys Band, on the children's album Le Minimoys Band, Volume 2 - electro-disco cover of the hit by the Whispers

  • "Daddy Cool" by Le Minimoys Band, on the children's album Le Minimoys Band, Volume 2 - electro-disco cover of Boney M's hit

  • "Love Foolosophy" by Alpha Groove, on the album ReCovered Hits, Volume 3 - electro-disco cover of Jamiroquai's 2001 disco hit

  • "Little L" by Alpha Groove, on the album ReCovered Hits, Volume 3 - electro-disco cover of Jamiroquai's 2001 disco hit

  • "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

  • "Foreign Language (Original Mix)" by Flight Facilities featuring Jess Higgs a.k.a. George Maple - reached #87 on Australia's ARIA Charts in 2011

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

  • "Boogie Oogie Oogie" by Randy Scott, on the album 90 Degrees at Midnight - instrumental jazzy electro-disco version of the 1978 hit by A Taste of Honey

  • "Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel" by Banda Old Days and Strings, on the album Happy Together - rock-disco cover of Tavares' 1976 hit

  • "Shake Your Groove Thing" by Detroit Soul Sensation, on the album 100 Disco Hits - cover of the hit by Peaches and Herb

  • "More Than a Woman" by Detroit Soul Sensation, on the album 100 Disco Hits - mellow disco cover of the hit by Tavares and the Bee Gees

  • "September" by Electric Groove Machine, on the album 100 Disco Hits - electro-R&B-disco cover of the hit by Earth, Wind and Fire and the Emotions

  • "Spacer" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 100 Disco Hits - cover of the hit by Sheila and B. Devotion

  • "Dance, Dance, Dance" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 100 Disco Hits - electro-disco cover of Chic's 1977 hit

  • "Le Freak" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 100 Disco Hits - funky disco cover of Chic's 1978 hit

  • "Contact" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 100 Disco Hits - electro-disco cover of Edwin Starr's hit

  • "I Was Made for Lovin' You" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 100 Disco Hits - metal-disco cover of KISS's 1979 hit

  • "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 100 Disco Hits - electro-disco cover of the 1979 hit by McFadden and Whitehead

  • "You Should Be Dancing" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 100 Disco Hits - electro-disco cover of the 1976 hit by the Bee Gees

  • "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 100 Disco Hits - mellow electro-disco-pop cover of Rod Stewart's hit

  • "One Way Ticket" by Silver Disco Explosion a.k.a. Impact Band, on the album 100 Disco Hits - electro-disco cover of Eruption's song

  • "One for You, One for Me" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 100 Disco Hits - electro-disco cover of La Bionda's 1978 song

  • "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 100 Disco Hits - funky disco cover of Indeep's 1982 hit

  • "Strut Your Funky Stuff" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 100 Disco Hits - electro-disco cover of Frantique's 1979 song

  • "Happily Ever After" by Graham Blvd, on the album Solid Gold Soul 1978 Volume 2 - electro-disco cover of Donna Summer's 1977 song

  • "Reach Out, I'll Be There" by Graham Blvd a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Rock On Disco 1975 - electro-disco version of the 1966 Four Tops classic

  • "Tangerine" by Graham Blvd a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Rock On Disco 1976 - disco version of a 1942 song written by Johnny Mercer and Victor Schertzinger

  • "What a Difference a Day Makes" by Graham Blvd a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Rock On Disco 1976 - disco version of Dinah Washington's 1959 classic

  • "New York, You Got Me Dancing" by Graham Blvd a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Rock On Disco 1977 - cover of the Andrea True Connection hit

  • "Can't Stop the Music" by Graham Blvd a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Rock On Disco 1980 - electro-disco cover of the Village People's 1980 hit

  • "Dance Yourself Dizzy" by Graham Blvd, on the album Rock On Disco 1980 - electro-disco cover of Liquid Gold's 1979 disco hit

  • "Give Me Your Love" by Impact Band, on the album Disco Town - cover of Phil Trim's 1977 disco song

  • "Voulez-Vous" by Stockholm Honey, on the album Remember ABBA - electro-disco cover of ABBA's 1979 hit

  • "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!" by Stockholm Honey a.k.a. Flies on the Square Egg, on the album Remember ABBA - electro-disco cover of ABBA's 1979 hit

  • "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

  • "Slavonic March" by Kai Warner and His Orchestra - instrumental electro-disco version of "Marche slave" by Pyotr Tchaikovsky from 1876; recorded sometime between 1975-1980 but first released on the compilation Warner's Disco Party in 2011

    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. "Sote Sote Adhi Raat" by The Bombay Royale is a very good Hindi disco-flavored electro-dance tune. "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

  • "Der Bluff" by Freddy Fischer and His Cosmic Rocktime Band, on the album Dreimal um die Sonne - German electro-rock-disco

  • "Am seidenen Faden" by Freddy Fischer and His Cosmic Rocktime Band, on the album Dreimal um die Sonne - German electro-disco

  • "Ich wander durch die Sterne" by Freddy Fischer and His Cosmic Rocktime Band, on the album Dreimal um die Sonne - German electro-disco

  • "Du bist meine Liebe" by Freddy Fischer and His Cosmic Rocktime Band, on the album Dreimal um die Sonne - German electro-disco-pop

  • "Keine Angst vorm Fliegen" by Freddy Fischer and His Cosmic Rocktime Band, on the album Dreimal um die Sonne - German electro-disco-pop

  • "Durch die Tränen in das Glück" by Freddy Fischer and His Cosmic Rocktime Band, on the album Dreimal um die Sonne - German electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Never Can Say Goodbye" by The Kisslcats, on the album I Love Oldies 3 - cover of Gloria Gaynor's 1974 hit

  • "Sorry I'm A Lady" by Silvia Santola a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album I Love Oldies 3 - cover of Baccara's hit

  • "A Lover's Holiday" by Countdown Mix Masters a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Dance Club All-Time Hits! - cover of Change's 1980 hit

  • "Spring Affair" by Graham Blvd a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Donna Summer Tribute in Song - electro-disco cover of Donna Summer's song

  • "With Your Love" by Graham Blvd a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Donna Summer Tribute in Song - electro-disco cover of Donna Summer's song

  • "Once Upon a Time" by Graham Blvd a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Donna Summer Tribute in Song - cover of Donna Summer's disco song

  • "Bad Girls" by Graham Blvd a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Donna Summer Tribute in Song - cover of Donna Summer's 1979 hit

  • "No More Tears (Enough is Enough)" by Graham Blvd a.k.a. Flies on the Square Egg, on the album Donna Summer Tribute in Song - cover of the 1979 disco duet by Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer

  • "Could It Be Magic" by Graham Blvd a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Donna Summer Tribute in Song - disco version of the 1973 Barry Manilow ballad original whose melodies were copied from Chopin's Prelude in C Minor, Opus 28, no. 20

  • "Take Your Time (Do It Right)" by Graham Blvd a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Essential 80s R&B Soul Hits, Vol. 1 - cover of the 1980 disco hit by the S.O.S. Band; differs from their 2009 version

  • "Rio do Brasil" by Chateau Pop, on the album Dance for Me - disco in French and Portuguese; cover of Dalida's 1980 song

  • "Ring My Bell" by Johnny McGillis, on the album Two Sides - electro-disco cover of Anita Ward's 1979 hit

  • "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" by Nicholas David, on the album The Complete Season 3 Collection (The Voice Performance) - electro-disco version of Barry White's disco hit

  • "Dancing Queen (Ao Vivo)" by Daniel Boaventura, on the album Daniel Boaventura (Ao Vivo) - electro-disco version of ABBA's 1976 dance-pop hit

  • "You're the First, the Last, My Everything (Ao Vivo)" by Daniel Boaventura, on the album Daniel Boaventura (Ao Vivo) - electro-disco version of Barry White's disco hit

  • "I Love the Nightlife (Ao Vivo)" by Daniel Boaventura, on the album Daniel Boaventura (Ao Vivo) - electro-disco cover of Alicia Bridges' hit

  • "Rock With You (Live at Wembley)" by Michael Jackson, on the album Bad 25 - Deluxe Edition - electro-disco reprise of his 1979 hit; recorded live in July 1988 in England

    "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

  • "Cruising Through Space" by Patchworks Galactic Project (a.k.a. Bruno Hovart), on the album Space

  • "Gobblins Are Gone" by Patchworks Galactic Project (a.k.a. Bruno Hovart), on the album Space - electro-disco; samples drumbeats from AKB's 1979 disco song "Stand Up - Sit Down"

  • "Time and Space" by Patchworks Galactic Project (a.k.a. Bruno Hovart), on the album Space - electro-disco

  • "Treasure" by Cimorelli, on the album Best of 2013 - electro-disco-pop cover of Bruno Mars' 2012 electro-disco-pop hit

  • "Treasure" by Jason Chen and Heejun Han - electro-disco-pop cover of Bruno Mars' 2012 electro-disco-pop hit

  • "Boogie Wonderland" by Rob Starr and the Hollywood Singers and Orchestra, on the album Madagascar: The Film Hits - electro-disco cover of the hit by Earth, Wind and Fire with the Emotions

  • "Night Fever" by Joe Dibrutto, on the album Presa Diretta - electro-disco cover of the 1977 disco hit by the Bee Gees

  • "Disco Inferno" by Joe Dibrutto, on the album Presa Diretta - electro-disco version of the Trammps' hit

  • "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" by Joe Dibrutto, on the album Presa Diretta - electro-disco version of Barry White's disco hit

  • "My First, My Last, My Everything" by The Infernos Band, on the album Keeping Jersey Strong Tour - electro-disco version of Barry White's disco hit "You're the First, the Last, My Everything"

  • "The First, the Last, My Everything" by Jean Le Fort, on the album Fernando - Saxophone Favourites - instrumental jazzy electro-disco version of Barry White's disco hit "You're the First, the Last, My Everything"

  • "Disco Heaven" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Get Funky - Disco 2013 - electro-rock-disco cover of Lady Gaga's 2008 electro-rock-disco song

  • "Get Lucky" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Get Funky - Disco 2013 - electro-disco cover of Daft Punk's 2013 hit

  • "Little L" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Get Funky - Disco 2013 - cover of Jamiroquai's 2001 disco hit

  • "Murder on the Dancefloor" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Get Funky - Disco 2013 - electro-disco cover of Sophie Ellis-Bextor's 2001 hit

  • "T'es OK, t'es bath, t'es in" by Chateau Pop a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Un Homme - French electro-disco-pop cover of Ottawan's song; also released in an English version, "You're OK", in 2019

  • "Gigi in Paradisco" by Chateau Pop, on the album Un Homme - French disco cover of Dalida's 1980 song

  • "We Are Family" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits Vol. 3 - cover of Sister Sledge's 1978 disco hit

  • "September" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits Vol. 3 - electro-disco cover of the 1978 hit by Earth, Wind and Fire

  • "This Is It" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits Vol. 3 - electro-disco cover of Dan Hartman's hit

  • "Under Fire" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Graham Blvd, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 3 - electro-rock-disco cover of Jackie's song

  • "Wanted" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. 2 Steps Up, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 3 - electro-disco-pop cover of the hit by the Dooleys

  • "Sing" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits Vol. 3 - disco version of the 1972 song from Sesame Street that was covered by the Carpenters in 1973

  • "Show Me You're Man Enough" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits Vol. 3 - electro-disco cover of the 1979 song by Karen Cheryl

  • "Sleazy" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits Vol. 3 - rock-disco cover of the Village People song

  • "Back to Boogie" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 1 - cover of Patrick Hernandez's 1979 song

  • "Bandido" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 1 - electro-latin-disco

  • "Bridge Over Troubled Water" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 1 - disco version of the Simon and Garfunkel classic

  • "Can You Feel the Force" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 1 - electro-disco cover of the 1978 hit by the Real Thing

  • "Dear John" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. The Eurosingers, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 1 - electro-disco-pop cover of the 1978 song by Teach-In

  • "Dim All the Lights" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 1 - electro-disco cover of Donna Summer's 1979 hit

  • "Disco Nights (Rock Freak)" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 1 - electro-disco cover of GQ's hit

  • "Fabulous Lover, Love Me" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 1 - electro-disco cover of Amanda Lear's 1979 song

  • "Fly High Little Butterfly" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 1 - electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Arabesque's 1978 disco-pop song

  • "Gotta Go Home" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 1 - electro-disco-pop cover of Boney M's 1979 song

  • "H.A.P.P.Y. Radio" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 1 - electro-disco cover of Edwin Starr's hit

  • "Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 1 - electro-disco cover of Gonzalez's hit

  • "High Life" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 2 - electro-rock-disco cover of Arabesque's song

  • "How Could This Go Wrong" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 2 - electro-rock-disco-pop version of Exile's 1979 electro-rock-dance-synth song

  • "I'm a Man" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 2 - electro-disco version of the 1967 Spencer Davis Group hit

  • "Kiss in the Dark" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 2 - electro-disco cover of Pink Lady's 1979 disco song

  • "Let Me Know (I Have a Right)" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 2 - cover of Gloria Gaynor's 1979 disco song

  • "The Loco-Motion" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 2 - electro-disco-pop version of the classic made famous by Little Eva and Grand Funk Railroad

  • "Makin' It" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 2 - electro-disco-pop cover of David Naughton's 1978 disco-pop hit

  • "Married Men" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Graham Blvd, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 2 - jazzy electro-disco cover of the 1979 disco song by Mick Jackson and Bette Midler

  • "My Forbidden Lover" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Funk Radio - cover of Chic's 1979 disco song

  • "Ooh What a Life" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 3 - cover of the 1979 disco hit by Gibson Brothers

  • "Shine a Little Love" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 3 - electro-rock-disco-pop version of E.L.O.'s 1979 hit

  • "Tchoo Tchoo Hold on the Line" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 3 - mellow disco-pop cover of Karen Cheryl's 1979 song

  • "Turn the Music Up" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 3 - jazzy electro-disco cover of the 1979 song by the Players Association

  • "You Can Do It" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 3 - electro-disco cover of the 1979 hit by Al Hudson and the Partners

  • "1-2-3-4... Gimme Some More!" Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 4 - disco-pop cover of D.D. Sound's song

  • "Candy Girl" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 4 - electro-disco-pop-fusion cover of Tony Schneider's 1979 song

  • "American Generation" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 4 - electro-rock-disco cover of the song by the Ritchie Family

  • "Bamalama" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 4 - electro-disco cover of La Belle Epoque's 1977 electro-disco song

  • "Catch the Cat" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 4 - rock-disco cover of Cherry Laine's 1979 song

  • "Darling" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 4 - cover of Baccara's 1978 disco song

  • "Disco Queen" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 4 - cover of Paul Jabara's 1978 disco song

  • "Zabadak" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 4 - electro-rock-disco-pop version of the 1967 song by Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich

  • "Follow Me" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 5 - electro-disco cover of Amanda Lear's 1978 electrodance song

  • "Get Off" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 5 - disco-funk cover of Foxy's 1978 hit

  • "Give Love a Second Chance" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 5 - electro-disco-pop cover of Luisa Fernandez's 1978 song

  • "I Can't Stand the Rain" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 5 - electro-disco remake of the 1973 Ann Peebles classic

  • "I Don't Need a Doctor" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 5 - electro-disco cover of Sheila and B. Devotion's 1977 disco song

  • "I Love America" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 5 - cover of Patrick Juvet's disco song

  • "I'll Go Where Your Music Takes Me" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 5 - cover of the 1976 disco hit by Jimmy James and the Vagabonds

  • "It's Love, Love, Love (The Casino on Carillon)" by Flies on the Square Egg a.k.a. Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Hits, Vol. 5 - electro-disco cover of the 1978 song by The Space Angels

  • "Treasure (Instrumental Version)" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album Super Radio Hits 2013 - electro-disco-pop cover of Bruno Mars' 2012 electro-disco-pop hit

  • "You Can't Win" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album Tribute To Michael Jackson, Vol. 2 - electro-disco cover of Michael Jackson's 1978 disco song

  • "Rock With You" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album Tribute To Michael Jackson, Vol. 2 - cover of Michael Jackson's 1979 disco hit

  • "Off the Wall" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album Tribute To Michael Jackson, Vol. 2 - electro-disco cover of Michael Jackson's 1979 disco hit

  • "You See the Trouble With Me" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album Tribute to Barry White - electro-disco version of Barry White's 1976 disco song

  • "What Am I Gonna Do With You" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album Tribute to Barry White - electro-disco version of Barry White's 1975 disco hit

  • "Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel / You're the First, the Last My Everything" by Ger Vos, on the album Live in Rotterdam - covers of these hits by Tavares and Barry White respectively; recorded live in Rotterdam, Netherlands

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

  • "Pan Flute Beat" a.k.a. "Disco Pan Flute" by Gerhard Heinz - electro-disco; recorded during the original disco era, but first released in October 2013 on JMP Music's compilation Gerhard Heinz - The Definitive Collection

    "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

  • "Get Your Lovin' While I Can" by Earl Young's Trammps - 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

  • "Back to Me" by Jimmy Somerville, on the album Homage

  • "Travesty" by Jimmy Somerville, on the album Homage

  • "Happiness Juice" by Munk featuring Mona Lazette, on the album Chanson 3000 - electro-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

  • "Ring My Bell" by Zoe Harris, on the album Disco Passion - electro-disco cover of Anita Ward's 1979 hit

  • "Copacabana" by Fito Giron, on the album Disco Fantasy 2015 - disco-pop cover of Barry Manilow's hit; different from his 1979 version

  • "I Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet" by Fito Giron, on the album Disco Fantasy 2015 - electro-disco in English and Spanish; cover of Gonzalez's hit; different from his 1979 version

  • "I Will Survive" by Fito Giron, on the album Disco Fantasy 2015 - electro-disco version of Gloria Gaynor's 1978 hit; different from his 1979 version

  • "Instant Replay" by Fito Giron, on the album Disco Fantasy 2015 - electro-disco in English and Spanish; cover of Dan Hartman's hit; different from his 1979 version

  • "Night Fever" by Fito Giron, on the album Disco Fantasy 2015 - electro-disco version of the 1977 Bee Gees hit

  • "You Should Be Dancing" by Fito Giron, on the album Disco Fantasy 2015 - electro-rock-disco in English and Spanish; cover of the 1976 Bee Gees hit

  • "You're the First the Last My Everything" by 001 Ensemble, on the album By the Fireside - electro-disco version of Barry White's disco hit

  • "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

  • "Get Lucky" by Tonia and The Beat, on the album Happy New Year 2015 - electro-disco cover of Daft Punk's 2013 hit

  • "Night Fever" by Tonia and the Beat, on the album Happy New Year 2015 - electro-disco cover of the 1977 Bee Gees hit

  • "I Will Survive" by The Kisslcats, on the album Happy New Year 2015 - cover of Gloria Gaynor's 1978 hit

  • "Born to Be Alive" by Michael Beaven and Band, on the albums Oldies der 70er und 80er Jahre and Happy New Year 2015 - electro-disco cover of Patrick Hernandez's 1979 hit

  • "I Will Survive" by The Platform, on the album Disco Inferno: Dance Hits of the 70's and Beyond - electro-disco cover of Gloria Gaynor's 1978 disco hit

  • "Night Fever" by The Platform, on the album Disco Inferno: Dance Hits of the 70's and Beyond - electro-disco cover of the 1977 disco hit by the Bee Gees

  • "Good Times" by The Platform, on the album Disco Inferno: Dance Hits of the 70's and Beyond - electro-disco version of Chic's 1979 disco hit

  • "Take Your Time (Do It Right)" by The Platform, on the album Disco Inferno: Dance Hits of the 70's and Beyond - electro-disco cover of the 1980 disco hit by the S.O.S. Band

  • "Second Time Around" by The Platform, on the album Disco Inferno: Dance Hits of the 70's and Beyond - electro-disco cover of Shalamar's disco hit

  • "YMCA" by The Platform, on the album Disco Inferno: Dance Hits of the 70's and Beyond - electro-disco cover of the Village People's disco hit

  • "Ladies Night" by The Platform, on the album Disco Inferno: Dance Hits of the 70's and Beyond - electro-disco cover of the 1979 hit by Kool and the Gang

  • "You're the First the Last My Everything" by The Platform, on the album Disco Inferno: Dance Hits of the 70's and Beyond - electro-disco cover of Barry White's disco hit

  • "You Should Be Dancing" by The Platform, on the album Disco Inferno: Dance Hits of the 70's and Beyond - electro-disco cover of the 1976 hit by the Bee Gees

  • "Shame" by The Platform, on the album Disco Inferno: Dance Hits of the 70's and Beyond - electro-disco cover of Evelyn King's 1977 hit

  • "More Than a Woman" by The Platform, on the album Disco Inferno: Dance Hits of the 70's and Beyond - mellow electro-disco cover of the 1977 hit song, styled like Tavares' version

  • "Sing A Song" by Flies on the Square Egg, on the album Tribute to Earth, Wind and Fire - electro-disco-funk cover of Earth, Wind and Fire's 1975 hit

  • "The Candy Man (Disco Version)" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album The Ultimate Halloween Kids Party! - disco version of the 1972 hit by Sammy Davis Jr.

  • "Get Lucky" by The Countdown Kids, on the album The Ultimate Halloween Kids Party! - children's disco cover of the 2013 electro-disco hit by Daft Punk

  • "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

  • "Wild Stallion Mountain" by The Bombay Royale, on the album The Island of Dr Electrico - Hindi disco

  • "One Night Only" by Ladies of Soul, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2014 - electro-rock-disco version of the song from the 1981 musical Dreamgirls that was later covered by Jennifer Hudson; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in February 2014

  • "We Are Family" by Ladies of Soul, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2014 - electro-R&B-disco cover of Sister Sledge's disco hit; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in February 2014

  • "Ladies Night" by Ladies of Soul, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2014 - electro-disco cover of Kool and the Gang's 1979 hit; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in February 2014

    Disco Music released during 2015:

  • "Bright Thing" by Jimmy Somerville, on the album Homage

  • "Freak" by Jimmy Somerville, on the album Homage

  • "Some Wonder" by Jimmy Somerville, on the album Homage

  • "Strong Enough" by Jimmy Somerville, on the album Homage

  • "Taken Away" by Jimmy Somerville, on the album Homage

  • "This Hand" by Jimmy Somerville, on the album Homage

  • "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

  • "Cosmic" by Freddy Fischer and His Cosmic Rocktime Band - German electro-disco

  • "Schuhe raus und tanzen gehen" by Freddy Fischer and His Cosmic Rocktime Band - German electro-disco

  • "Do Ya Like Disco?" by Funky Destination, on the album Supersonic Bomb - electro-disco

  • "Treasure" by Post-Traumatic Funk Syndrome, on the album Relapse - electro-disco-pop cover of Bruno Mars' 2012 electro-disco-pop hit

  • "He's the Greatest Dancer" by Chaska Halliday and Rechelle Mansour, on the album Velvet: The Original Cast Recording - electro-disco cover of Sister Sledge's disco hit

  • "Turn the Beat Around" by Chaska Halliday and Rechelle Mansour, on the album Velvet: The Original Cast Recording - cover of Vicki Sue Robinson's 1976 disco hit

  • "Boogie Wonderland" by Marcia Hines, on the album Velvet: The Original Cast Recording - electro-disco cover of the hit by Earth, Wind and Fire with the Emotions

  • "Never Knew Love Like This Before" by Marcia Hines, on the album Velvet: The Original Cast Recording - electro-disco version of Stephanie Mills' 1980 hit

  • "We Are Family" by Brooklyn Bolster, on the album Disco Nights, Vol. 1 - cover of Sister Sledge's 1978 hit

  • "Ladies Night" by Brooklyn Bolster, on the albums Dance Mix Disco and Disco Nights, Vol. 1 - electro-disco cover of the 1979 hit by Kool and the Gang

  • "Lady Bump" by Mikayla Rose, on the album Dance Mix Disco - electro-disco cover of the 1975 hit by Penny McLean

  • "Could This Be Magic" by Eileen [Pilot] and the Love Magic Orchestra, on the album Love Magic - disco version of the 1973 Barry Manilow ballad original "Could It Be Magic" whose melodies were copied from Chopin's Prelude in C Minor, Opus 28, no. 20

  • "Yes Sir, I Can Boogie" by The Saxists, on the album Saxy Hits 3 - instrumental jazzy disco version of Baccara's 1977 disco hit

  • "September" by The Saxists, on the album Hits on the Sax - instrumental electro-disco version of the 1978 R&B-disco hit by Earth, Wind and Fire

  • "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" by The Saxists, on the album Saxophone for Lovers - Vol. 3 - instrumental electro-disco cover of Rod Stewart's hit

  • "Fly Robin Fly" by The Saxists, on the album Saxophone for Lovers - Vol. 3 - mellow instrumental disco cover of the 1975 hit by Silver Convention

  • "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

  • "My First, My Last, My Everything (Live)" by Joe Longthorne, on the album Joe Longthorne: Live at the Hippodrome - electro-disco version of Barry White's disco hit; recorded live in London, England in 2012

  • "Foreign Language (Live)" by Flight Facilities featuring Jess Higgs a.k.a. George Maple, on the album Live with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra - remake of their 2011 song, recorded live in Melbourne, Australia in 2015

  • "Disco Dildaar Mera" by M. Ashraf and Noor Jehan - Urdu/Hindustani disco from Pakistan; melody partially copies the tune from Boney M's "Ma Baker"; recorded in the late 1970s or 1980s for a film but the song was first released by Finders Keepers Records in 2015

    "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:

  • "Come With Us" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on the album Familia - rock-disco-pop

  • "Across the Sea" by Falqo - electro-rock-disco

  • "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

  • "Take It Slow" by Luxxury (a.k.a. Blake Robin) - mellow electro-disco

  • "Alles was bleibt" by Freddy Fischer and His Cosmic Rocktime Band, on the album In dem Augenblick - German electro-disco

  • "Tanz mit mir (nur so)" by Freddy Fischer and His Cosmic Rocktime Band, on the album In dem Augenblick - German electro-disco

  • "Nur Du und Ich" by Freddy Fischer and His Cosmic Rocktime Band, on the album In dem Augenblick - German electro-rock-disco

  • "Cosmic Girl (Original Mix)" by Morning Watts - electro-disco

  • "Boogie Oogie Oogie" by Philips Westin Orchestra, on the album For Your Eyes Only - electro-disco cover of A Taste of Honey's 1978 disco hit

  • "Celebration" by Philips Westin Orchestra, on the album For Your Eyes Only - jazzy disco cover of Kool and the Gang's 1980 hit

  • "Ai No Corrida" by Philips Westin Orchestra, on the album For Your Eyes Only - mellow jazzy disco cover of Chas Jankel's 1980 song

  • "September" by Philips Westin Orchestra, on the album For Your Eyes Only - R&B-disco cover of the 1978 hit by Earth, Wind and Fire

  • "Never Knew Love Like This" by Kevin Edwards, on the album Great God - electro-disco version of Stephanie Mills' 1980 disco hit "Never Knew Love Like This Before" with partially altered lyrics to turn it into a Christian theme

  • "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" by Marc Reift Orchestra a.k.a. Marc Reift and Philharmonic Wind Orchestra, on the album Misty - instrumental disco version of Barry White's disco hit

  • "Devil's Gun" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Rule the World - Get Down! Funk, Soul and Disco Soundtrack - rock-disco/funky disco cover of C.J. and Co.'s 1977 song

  • "A Fifth of Beethoven" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Rule the World - Get Down! Funk, Soul and Disco Soundtrack - disco based on Ludwig van Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, influenced by Walter Murphy's 1976 hit

  • "Donna Summer Medley: Last Dance / Bad Girls / Hot Stuff" by Ladies of Soul, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2016 - electro-disco and electro-rock-disco covers of Donna Summer's 1978 and 1979 hits; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2016

  • "Hot Shot" by Ladies of Soul, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2016 - electro-disco cover of Karen Young's 1978 disco hit; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2016

  • "Celebration" by Ladies of Soul, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2016 - electro-disco cover of Kool and the Gang's 1980 hit; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2016

  • "Lady" by Ladies of Soul, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2016 - electro-disco cover of Modjo's 2000 disco-house song "Lady (Hear Me Tonight)"; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2016

  • "Boogie Wonderland" by Ladies of Soul, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2016 - electro-R&B-disco cover of the hit by Earth, Wind and Fire with the Emotions; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2016

  • "Teardrops" by Ladies of Soul, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2016 - electro-disco version of the 1988 hit by Womack and Womack; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2016

  • "Good Times" by Ladies of Soul, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2016 - electro-disco cover of Chic's 1979 disco hit; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2016

  • "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life" by Ladies of Soul, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2016 - funky disco cover of Indeep's 1982 hit; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2016

  • "Shame Shame Shame" by Ladies of Soul, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2016 - rock-disco cover of the hit by Shirley and Company; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2016

  • "That's the Way (I Like It)" by Ladies of Soul, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2016 - funky disco/pop cover of the hit by K.C. and the Sunshine Band; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2016

  • "I Will Survive" by Ladies of Soul featuring Edsilia Rombley, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2016 - cover of Gloria Gaynor's 1978 hit; electro-disco-pop in the second half; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2016

    "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:

  • "What You Want" by Patawawa, on the album Bedroom - rock-disco-pop

  • "Diversion" by Patawawa - electro-disco-pop

  • "Shake It On" by Jamiroquai, on the album Automaton - disco-fusion (only the second half of the song qualifies as disco)

  • "Fiebre" by Cimafunk, on the album Terapia - Spanish electro-disco

  • "Basta" by Cimafunk, on the album Terapia - Spanish electro-disco-pop

  • "Prove That You're Feelin' Me" by Joey Negro featuring Diane Charlemagne, on the album Produced With Love

  • "Must Be the Music (The Original Disco Version)" by Joey Negro (featuring Diane Charlemagne and Hannah Khemoh), on the album Produced With Love - partially-rewritten cover in disco style

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

  • "84 King Street" by The Soultrend Orchestra featuring Groovy Sistas, on the album 84 King Street

  • "King of the Dancefloor" by The Soultrend Orchestra featuring More Blonde, on the album 84 King Street

  • "Boogie Oogie Oogie" by The Soultrend Orchestra featuring Frankie Pearl, on the album 84 King Street - jazzy electro-disco version of the 1978 hit by A Taste of Honey

  • "My Final Fantasy" by The Soultrend Orchestra featuring Dario Daneluz, on the album 84 King Street - electro-disco

  • "My Love is Real" by The Soultrend Orchestra featuring Janine Johnson and Eli Thompson, on the album 84 King Street - is electro-R&B-disco

  • "We Use to Live Together" by The Soultrend Orchestra featuring Adika Pongo, on the album 84 King Street - electro-disco

  • "In the Night" by The Mellophonics, on the album The Vintage Disco Era - electro-disco

  • "Champagne Nights" by The Mellophonics, on the album The Vintage Disco Era - electro-disco

  • "All for Love" by The Mellophonics, on the album The Vintage Disco Era - funky electro-disco

  • "Gotta Get Down" by The Mellophonics, on the album The Vintage Disco Era - funky electro-disco

  • "You Better" by The Mellophonics, on the album The Vintage Disco Era - electro-R&B-disco

  • "I Know" by The Mellophonics, on the album The Vintage Disco Era - electro-disco-soul

  • "Love is Messy" by The Mellophonics, on the album The Vintage Disco Era - electro-disco

  • "Tsunami" by Lexsoul Dancemachine, on the album Sunny Holiday in Lexico - electro-rock-disco

  • "Feriada Tropical" by Lexsoul Dancemachine, on the album Sunny Holiday in Lexico - funky disco

  • "Domingo" by Lexsoul Dancemachine, on the album Sunny Holiday in Lexico - funky disco

  • "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" by Yerry Rellum - electro-disco version of Barry White's disco hit

  • "Disco volanthem" by Joe Dibrutto, on the album Discovolante (2017 Disco Musical) - electro-disco

  • "It's Raining Men" by Joe Dibrutto, on the album Discovolante (2017 Disco Musical) - disco version of the 1982 hit by the Weather Girls

  • "No More Tears" by Joe Dibrutto, on the album Discovolante (2017 Disco Musical) - cover of the 1979 disco duet by Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer

  • "Happy Medley: Celebration / Boogie Shoes / The Second Time Around / Got to Be Real / We Are Family / September" by Joe Dibrutto, on the album Discovolante (2017 Disco Musical) - covers of these 1970s-1980s hits, starting with a disco cover of the 1980 Kool and the Gang hit

  • "Hot Stuff" by Joe Dibrutto, on the album Discovolante (2017 Disco Musical) - rock-disco cover of Donna Summer's 1979 hit

  • "Disco Boogie" by Family Attraction - recorded in 1981, but first released in 2017 by Family Groove Records

  • "Time for a Change" by Benita [Arterberry] - electro-disco; recorded circa the 1980s and Fine-Tuned Records gave out very limited-edition promotional copies back then but it was first released commercially by Athens of the North Record Company in 2017

    "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. "My Fire" by Nile Rodgers and Tony Moran presenting Kimberly Davis is electro-dance. "Android", "Dannsa Dhomh", and "Nuts Pineapple" by Outerattik are quality electro-dance tunes.


    Disco Music released during 2018:

  • "Black Sun" by Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra, on the album Black Sun - electro-disco

  • "Flying High" by Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra, on the album Black Sun - electro-disco

  • "Step Into My Life (2018 Version)" by Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra, on the album Black Sun

  • "Boogie All Night" by Chic featuring NAO, on the album It's About Time - electro-disco

  • "Dance With Me" by Chic featuring Hailee Steinfeld, on the album It's About Time - disco-pop

  • "I Dance My Dance" by Chic, on the album It's About Time - electro-disco

  • "Till the World Falls" by Chic featuring Mura Masa, Cosha, and Vic Mensa, on the album It's About Time - electro-disco

  • "Sunday for Lovin'" by TreeGees, on the album Sunday for Lovin' - mellow jazzy disco-pop

  • "Josephine" by Escort, on the album City Life - electro-disco-pop

  • "After the Fall" by PillowTalk with Tone of Arc - electro-disco

  • "Je Vulesse" by Nu Guinea, on the album Nuova Napoli - electro-disco in the Neapolitan language of Italy

  • "Disco Sole" by Nu Guinea, on the album Nuova Napoli - mellow jazzy electro-disco

  • "Take Me Home" by Samantha Jade, on the album Best of My Love - cover of Cher's 1979 hit

  • "We Are Family" by Samantha Jade, on the album Best of My Love - electro-disco cover of Sister Sledge's hit

  • "I Will Survive" by Samantha Jade, on the album Best of My Love - cover of Gloria Gaynor's 1978 hit

  • "Hot Stuff" by Samantha Jade, on the album Best of My Love - electro-rock-disco cover of Donna Summer's 1979 hit

  • "Love Hangover" by Kallarje, on the album Just Wanna Get Down - electro-disco cover of Diana Ross' 1976 disco hit

  • "Stomp!" by Ultra Spec, on the album New Year Disco Mania - cover of the 1980 hit by the Brothers Johnson

  • "Love Train" by Central Funk, on the albums Klansmen: Soundtrack Inspired by the Movie and 60 Minutes of Soul Classics - disco-soul cover of the 1972 hit by the O'Jays

  • "Ladies Night" by Laylo Dolls, on the albums Happy 80's New Year and New Year Disco Mania - electro-disco cover of Kool and the Gang's 1979 hit "Ladies' Night"

  • "YMCA" by Laylo Dolls, on the album New Year Disco Mania - cover of the 1978 Village People hit

  • "Rasputin" by Eduardo Lalo Rodriguez - Russian-flavored disco in Spanish; cover of the 1978 Boney M hit

  • "My First My Last My Everything" by Alex Del Castillo, on the album Instrumental Music for Our Wedding, Vol. 3 - instrumental jazzy disco version of Barry White's hit "You're the First, the Last, My Everything"

  • "Keep It Comin' Love" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Deuce (Soundtrack Inspired by the TV Series) - disco-pop cover of the 1977 hit by K.C. and the Sunshine Band

  • "Celebration" by Ladies of Soul with J.T. Taylor, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2018 - funky electro-disco cover of the 1980 hit by Kool and the Gang; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2018

  • "Fresh" by Ladies of Soul with J.T. Taylor, on the album Live at the Ziggo Dome 2018 - electro-disco cover of the 1984 hit by Kool and the Gang; recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2018

  • "Wesoły mrówkojad" by Metrum - recorded in 1977, but first released in January 2018 on the compilation album Zielony dach from GAD Records

    Disco Music released during 2019:

  • "Dance It Out" by the Brand New Heavies featuring Angela Ricci, on the album TBNH

  • "Little Dancer" by the Brand New Heavies featuring Jack Knight, on the album TBNH

  • "Never Been Better" by Patawawa, on the album London, Paris, New York, Matlock

  • "Touched By Love" by Patawawa, on the album London, Paris, New York, Matlock - electro-disco-pop

  • "Over You" by Tropiki featuring Rojai, on the album Nieznane Wody - electro-disco-pop

  • "Canada Plus" by Article 54, on the album The Hustle: A Brexit Disco Symphony - electro-disco

  • "Let's Go WTO" by Article 54, on the album The Hustle: A Brexit Disco Symphony - electro-disco

  • "City Life" by Escort (featuring Fonda Rae), on the album City Life - electro-disco

  • "Sonic Feeling" by Kokoro Disco-San - electro-disco

  • "When I'm Alone (Original Mix)" by Adeline - electro-disco

  • "The One" by Goldfoot, on the album Love Come Down - electro-R&B-disco

  • "You and I" by Al Sunny, on the album Planets - electro-disco-soul

  • "Hello Happiness" by Chaka Khan, on the album Hello Happiness - mellow electro-disco

  • "Paradisco" by Yann Dulché - mellow electro-disco

  • "Love is You" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on the album The Song Diaries - cover of Carol Williams' 1976 song

  • "Murder on the Dancefloor (2019 Orchestral Disco Version)" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, a bonus track on some editions of the album The Song Diaries - Spanish-flavored disco remake of her 2001 hit

  • "Take Me Home (2019 Orchestral Disco Version)" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, a bonus track on some editions of the album The Song Diaries - remake of this Cher song that she had released a different version of in 2001

  • "Falling Deep in Love (Joey Negro 12" Disco Blend and Extended 12" Mix)" by Horse Meat Disco and Kathy Sledge

  • "Life is a Dancefloor (Club Mix and Instrumental)" by The Shapeshifters featuring Kimberly Davis - disco-house

  • "Queen of Chinatown" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Funk Hits - cover of Amanda Lear's 1977 disco song

  • "You Know How to Love Me" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Funk Hits - electro-disco cover of Phyllis Hyman's 1979 song

  • "Sunny" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Die Hits der 70er - disco version of Bobby Hebb's 1966 hit

  • "Light My Fire" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Le Freak - electro-disco version of the 1967 Doors original

  • "You Light My Fire" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Boogie Nights (Funk and Disco) - electro-rock-disco; a totally different song from their cover of the Doors' "Light My Fire"

  • "Singin' in the Rain" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Le Freak - electro-disco-pop version of the 1929 classic

  • "My Friend Jack" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Running Disco Hits - electro-disco-pop cover of Boney M's song

  • "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Disco Weekend Playlist - electro-disco version of the 1955 Perez Prado hit

  • "The Eve of the War" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the albums 70's Disco Funk Radio and Get Down Disco Hits - disco cover of Jeff Wayne's 1978 song; differs from the non-disco version on their 2019 album New Year's Eve Disco Party Playlist

  • "Salsoul Rainbow" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album We Love Disco Music - cover of the 1975 song by the Salsoul Orchestra

  • "My Feet Keep Dancing" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album We Love Disco Music - cover of Chic's 1979 song

  • "Nighttime Fantasy" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Disco Party Time Hits - mostly-instrumental rock-disco cover of Vicki Sue Robinson's 1979 disco song; reissued in 2020 in a full vocal version

  • "K-Jee" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album We Love Disco Music - cover of MFSB's 1975 song

  • "Give It Up" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Cricket Cup 2019 - cover of the hit by K.C. and the Sunshine Band

  • "Quiet Village" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Disco Funk Dancefloor Hits - disco version of the 1959 Martin Denny hit

  • "Blue Eyed Soul" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Disco Funk Dancefloor Hits - electro-disco cover of Biddu Orchestra's 1975 disco instrumental

  • "Love for Sale" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 70's Disco Party - cover of Boney M's 1977 disco-pop song

  • "Another Cha-Cha" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Restaurant 70's Hits Playlist - electro-latin-disco cover of Santa Esmeralda's 1979 song

  • "Lady (You Bring Me Up)" by Sweet Soul Express, on the album Disco Hits Nostalgia - cover of the 1981 disco hit by the Commodores

  • "Thank God It's Friday" by Movie Sounds Unlimited, on the album 70's Boogie Nights (Funk and Disco) - cover of the 1978 disco song by Love and Kisses

  • "Party Lights" by Countdown Singers, on the album The Best 70's Disco Hits - cover of Natalie Cole's 1977 disco song

  • "Aloha-Oe, Until We Meet Again" by Island Party Band, on the album Disco Party Playlist - instrumental Hawaiian-flavored electro-disco-pop in Hawaiian and English; cover of the 1980 song by Goombay Dance Band; they released a vocal version in 2020 on the album #1 80s Hits Playlist

  • "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" by Electric Groove Machine, on the album 70's Disco Funk Hits - cover of the 1979 disco hit by McFadden and Whitehead

  • "Native New Yorker" by Electric Groove Machine, on the album Le Freak - mellow disco cover of Odyssey's hit

  • "Theme from 'Superman' (Disco Version)" by The Starlite Orchestra, on the album Disco Hits Nostalgia - disco version of the 1978 movie theme

  • "Le Freak" by Laylo Dolls, on the album Top 80's Hits - funky disco cover of Chic's 1978 hit

  • "You're The First, The Last, My Everything (Ao Vivo)" by Daniel Boaventura with the Moscow City Symphony and the Russian Philharmonic, on the album From Russia With Love (Ao Vivo) a.k.a. From Russia With Love (En Vivo en Moscú) - cover of Barry White's hit; recorded live in Moscow, Russia; differs from his 2012 version

  • "I Love the Nightlife (Ao Vivo)" by Daniel Boaventura with the Moscow City Symphony and the Russian Philharmonic, on the album From Russia With Love (Ao Vivo) a.k.a. From Russia With Love (En Vivo en Moscú) - cover of Alicia Bridges' hit; recorded live in Moscow, Russia; differs from his 2012 version

  • "Dancing Queen (Ao Vivo)" by Daniel Boaventura with the Moscow City Symphony and the Russian Philharmonic, on the album From Russia With Love (Ao Vivo) a.k.a. From Russia With Love (En Vivo en Moscú) - disco version of ABBA's 1976 dance-pop hit; recorded live in Moscow, Russia; differs from his 2012 version

  • "Never Can Say Goodbye (Ao Vivo)" by Daniel Boaventura with the Moscow City Symphony and the Russian Philharmonic, on the album From Russia With Love (Ao Vivo) a.k.a. From Russia With Love (En Vivo en Moscú) - cover of Gloria Gaynor's disco hit that was originally by the Jackson 5; recorded live in Moscow, Russia

  • "Reachin'" by Arthur Baker featuring Minnie Gardner - recorded in 1979, but first released in July 2019 by Midnight Riot Records

  • "Come and See the Miss Philippines Contest" by Gerhard Heinz - recorded to play during the 1984 film The Story of the Dolls, but first released in May 2019 on Sound Preservation Records' compilation Music from Die Geschichte Der Puppen (The Story of the Dolls) and Cola, Candy, Chocolate

  • "Cheers to the Girls" by David Auker and Christine Zierl - recorded to play during the 1979 film Cola, Candy, Chocolate, but first released in May 2019 on Sound Preservation Records' compilation Music from Die Geschichte Der Puppen (The Story of the Dolls) and Cola, Candy, Chocolate

  • "Traumbus (Instrumental Theme)" by Gerhard Heinz - recorded to play during the 1979 film Traumbus, but first released in May 2019 on Sound Preservation Records' compilation Original Soundtrack Music from the Pussycat Syndrome and Traumbus

  • "Emergency Room Disco" by Gerhard Heinz - recorded to play during the 1979 film Traumbus, but first released in May 2019 on Sound Preservation Records' compilation Original Soundtrack Music from the Pussycat Syndrome and Traumbus

  • "Here I Am Back Home Again" by Louis St. Louis - recorded in 1978 or 1979, but first released in December 2019 on Sound Preservation Records' compilation Beyond 54: 28 Disco Rarities Selected By Jimmy Michaels

  • "Friday Night" by Dick Hieronymus - electro-rock-disco; recorded in August 1982, but first released in December 2019 on Sound Preservation Records' compilation Beyond 54: 28 Disco Rarities Selected By Jimmy Michaels

  • "Disco Hot (A Jimmy Michaels Mix)" by The Disco Darlings - electro-disco; the original version of Midnight Magic's 1979 song but with slightly different lyrics and a different key and tempo; recorded in early 1978, but first released in December 2019 on Sound Preservation Records' compilation Beyond 54: 28 Disco Rarities Selected By Jimmy Michaels

  • "Luna Park / Lunapark" by Alfi Kabiljo - jazzy disco; recorded for play during the 1979 film Novinar (Journalist), but first released on the December 2019 compilation Sex, Crime and Politics: Cinematic Disco Jazz and Electronica From Yugoslavia 1974-1984 from Fox and His Friends Croatia

  • "Rebel With a Cause / Buntovnik S Razlogom" by Alfi Kabiljo - jazzy disco; recorded for play during the 1979 film Novinar (Journalist), but first released on the December 2019 compilation Sex, Crime and Politics: Cinematic Disco Jazz and Electronica From Yugoslavia 1974-1984 from Fox and His Friends Croatia

  • "The Journalist Main Theme / Novinar Špica" by Alfi Kabiljo - jazzy disco; recorded for play during the 1979 film Novinar (Journalist), but first released on the December 2019 compilation Sex, Crime and Politics: Cinematic Disco Jazz and Electronica From Yugoslavia 1974-1984 from Fox and His Friends Croatia

  • "Erotic Disco" by Alfi Kabiljo - recorded for play during the 1979 film Usporeno kretanje (Slow Motion), but first released on the December 2019 compilation Sex, Crime and Politics: Cinematic Disco Jazz and Electronica From Yugoslavia 1974-1984 from Fox and His Friends Croatia

  • "He Follows Her / On Prati Nju" by Alfi Kabiljo - recorded for play during the 1979 film Usporeno kretanje (Slow Motion), but first released on the December 2019 compilation Sex, Crime and Politics: Cinematic Disco Jazz and Electronica From Yugoslavia 1974-1984 from Fox and His Friends Croatia

  • "Stadium / Stadion" by Alfi Kabiljo - recorded for play during the 1979 film Usporeno kretanje (Slow Motion), but first released on the December 2019 compilation Sex, Crime and Politics: Cinematic Disco Jazz and Electronica From Yugoslavia 1974-1984 from Fox and His Friends Croatia


    Disco Music released during 2020:

  • "Second Chance" by The Shapeshifters featuring Kimberly Davis

  • "Saturday Night" by Alex Puddu (featuring Duane Hobson), on the album Discotheque

  • "You Are My Fire" by Alex Puddu (featuring Gene Robinson Jr.), on the album Discotheque - electro-disco

  • "Boîte aux lettres" by Les Hay Babies, on the album Boîte aux lettres - French electro-rock-disco

  • "Body Jam" by Shawn Lee's Incredible Leg Warmer Band, on the album The 37 Minute Workout - electro-disco

  • "She Knows It" by Jay W. McGee, on the album Smooth Cruising - electro-disco

  • "Just Not With You" by Patawawa - mellow electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "We Are Family" by Libertino Live Band (featuring Shannon) - electro-disco cover of Sister Sledge's hit

  • "Ain't No Mountain High Enough / September" by Double Soul featuring Virginia Perbellini, on the album Soul Express Vol. 1 - electro-R&B-disco medley of covers of these hits by Diana Ross and Earth, Wind and Fire

  • "Get Lucky" by Cooper Lee, on the album Pop Music Hits - electro-disco cover of Daft Punk's 2013 hit

  • "Oh Yes I Do" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 80s Disco Playlist - electro-disco-pop cover of the 1979 song "Ooh, Yes I Do" by Luv'

  • "Standing in the Rain" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Let's Go Disco! Groove Vol. 1 - electro-disco cover of John Paul Young's 1978 song

  • "Mystic Lady" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album #1 80s Hits Playlist - electro-disco cover of Harlow's 1980 song

  • "I Want Your Love" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Rio: Disco Years, Vol. I - cover of Chic's 1978 disco hit

  • "Latin America" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Top 80s Hits Playlist - electro-latin-disco cover of Gibson Brothers' 1980 song

  • "Mariana" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album 80's Hits Comeback - rock-latin-disco-pop in English and Spanish; cover of Gibson Brothers' 1980 song

  • "Jump to the Beat" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Best of 1980 - electro-disco cover of Stacy Lattisaw's 1980 hit

  • "Parlez-vous français ?" by Silver Disco Explosion, on the album Parlez-vous français ? (French Greatest Hits) - French disco cover of Baccara's 1978 disco song

  • "Laissez-moi danser (Monday Tuesday)" by Chateau Pop, on the album Parlez-vous français ? (French Greatest Hits) - French electro-disco cover of Dalida's 1980 disco hit

  • "Moscow Discow" by New Electronic Soundsystem, on the album 80s Disco Playlist - electro-disco version of Telex's 1979 electrodance song

  • "Boogie Oogie Oogie" by The Flashback Band - electro-disco version of the 1978 hit by A Taste of Honey

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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.
  • A 2016 American television advertisement for the Hyundai Genesis plays the 1980 disco hit "Another One Bites the Dust" by Queen.
  • A 2018 American television advertisement for Walmart plays the 1979 disco hit "Ring My Bell" by Anita Ward.
  • A YouTube ad for Amazon.com's Black Friday Deals Week in November 2017 plays Chic's "Good Times".
  • 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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