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2020+ Disco


Disco Music released during 2020:

  • "Sweet Maybe" by Casbah 73 (featuring Bart Davenport) - electro-disco

  • "I Surrender" by Delegation - mellow electro-R&B-disco re-recording of their 2014 song; reached #4 Soul in the UK in 2021

  • "Miss A Thing" by Kylie Minogue, on the album Disco

  • "Real Groove" by Kylie Minogue, on the album Disco - disco-pop

  • "Where Does the DJ Go?" by Kylie Minogue, on the album Disco - disco-pop

  • "Monday Blues" by Kylie Minogue, on the album Disco - electro-disco-pop

  • "Last Chance" by Kylie Minogue, on the album Disco - electro-disco-pop

  • "Is It True" by Tame Impala, on the album The Slow Rush - electro-rock-disco-pop; reached #10 on Billboard's Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart in the U.S. in 2020, #15 on Billboard's Rock Airplay chart in the U.S. in 2020, and #27 on Billboard's Rock chart in Canada in 2020

  • "Is It True" by Alfie Templeman, on the EP Apple Music Home Session: Alfie Templeman - electro-disco-pop cover of Tame Impala's 2020 song

  • "Happiness in Liquid Form" by Alfie Templeman, on the EP Happiness in Liquid Form - electro-disco-pop; reached #41 on Ultratip's Bubbling Under Flanders chart in Belgium in 2020

  • "Obvious Guy" by Alfie Templeman, on the EP Happiness in Liquid Form - electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Roses" by Adam Lambert featuring Nile Rodgers, on the album Velvet - electro-disco-pop

  • "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

  • "One Night" by Mr President (featuring Cindy Pooch and Celia Kameni), on the album One Night - electro-disco

  • "Plenty Loads of Loving" by Mr President (featuring Cindy Pooch and Celia Kameni), on the album One Night - electro-disco

  • "Tears Keep On Falling" by Mr President (featuring Sabba MG), on the album One Night - jazzy electro-disco

  • "Teasing Me So Bad" by Mr President (featuring Sabba MG), on the album One Night - jazzy disco

  • "Gabriel" by Mr President (featuring Hawa), on the album One Night - jazzy electro-disco

  • "Jeni" by Dante Elephante - jazzy disco

  • "Kujas Disco" by Kuja Orchestra - jazzy disco

  • "Party Boat" by Kuja Orchestra - jazzy electro-disco

  • "Lost in Paradise" by ALI (Alien Liberty International) featuring AKLO - jazzy disco in English mostly sung but with several rap sections in English and Japanese

  • "Honderdduizend Woorden" by Willy Organ, on the album Jonge Plant - Dutch electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Danse Cette Zik" by Parbleu, on the album Danse Cette Zik - French electro-disco

  • "Le Chant des Crétures" by Parbleu, on the album Danse Cette Zik - French electro-disco

  • "Danse mixte by Beat Sexü, on the album Deuxième fois - French electro-disco

  • "Sous sa robe" by Beat Sexü, on the album Deuxième fois - French electro-disco-pop

  • "Arrogance bikini" by Emma Hoet and Blowsom - French electro-disco-pop

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

  • "Somewhere Out There" by TWRP, on the album Over the Top - 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

  • "Carambola Jelly" by Lexsoul Dancemachine, on the album Lexplosion II - funky electro-disco

  • "Sex" by Lexsoul Dancemachine, on the album Lexplosion II - funky electro-rock-disco

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

  • "Disco Video" by Patawawa - electro-disco-pop

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

  • "So Late" by Patawawa - disco-house-pop

  • "Trouble to Share" by Just Jack (a.k.a. Jack Allsopp) - mellow disco

  • "Step On Board" by the Brit Funk Association, on the album Lifted - funky electro-disco

  • "Smilin'" by the Brit Funk Association, on the album Lifted - mellow jazzy electro-disco

  • "I Need Protection" a.k.a. "Protection" by Girls of the Internet, on the album Girls FM - electro-disco

  • "Jump into the Light (Extended 12" Mix)" by Horse Meat Disco featuring Kathy Sledge, on the album Love and Dancing

  • "Let's Go Dancing (Extended 12" Mix)" by Horse Meat Disco featuring Amy Douglas, on the album Love and Dancing - electro-disco

  • "Spacebound" by Horse Meat Disco featuring Amy Douglas, on the album Love and Dancing

  • "Message to the People" by Horse Meat Disco featuring Amy Douglas and Dames Brown, on the album Love and Dancing - disco-soul

  • "I'm You Dancing (Extended 12" Mix)" by Horse Meat Disco featuring Annette Bowen and Fi McCluskey, on the album Love and Dancing - electro-disco

  • "Love If You Need It" by Horse Meat Disco featuring Fi McCluskey, on the album Love and Dancing - electro-disco/disco-house

  • "Burn (Extended 12" Mix)" by Horse Meat Disco featuring Doug Hiller, on the album Love and Dancing - electro-disco-pop

  • "Up to You" by Anoraak - electro-disco

  • "This Groove (Original Mix)" by Gooch featuring Rionika, on the album Caught Up in You - electro-disco-pop

  • "W.M. (Original Mix and Midland Metro Extended Mix)" by Tom Aspaul, on the album Black Country Disco - electro-disco-pop

  • "Be Mine Tonight" by Breakbot (featuring Delafleur)

  • "Translight" by Breakbot - electro-disco

  • "Upward Bound" by Mad Honey - electro-disco

  • "Set Me Free (Song for a Person Walking Away)" by Luxxury (a.k.a. Blake Robin), on the album Set Me Free - electro-disco

  • "Love and Unity" by Kid Moxie (a.k.a. Helena Charbila) featuring Luxxury, on the album Love and Unity - electro-disco

  • "Paradise" by Kid Moxie (a.k.a. Helena Charbila) featuring Luxxury, on the album Love and Unity - electro-disco-pop

  • "All I Want" by Kid Moxie (a.k.a. Helena Charbila) featuring Luxxury, on the album Love and Unity - disco-house

  • "All Day Long I Think of You" by Kid Moxie (a.k.a. Helena Charbila) featuring Luxxury, on the album Love and Unity - electro-disco-pop

  • "Just A Little (LUXXURY Mix)" by Amour - electro-disco-pop remix of this synth-pop song

  • "Deuzy Vibe" by The Regime - electro-disco

  • "Simply Basic" by Cave Circles, on the album Ships - electro-disco

  • "Disco Saviour" by Cave Circles, on the album Ships - electro-disco

  • "Far Out" by Mirage and Noyu featuring Beau Thomas, on the album Far Out

  • "Something About You" by Birdee featuring Angela Johnson

  • "Dream in Colour" by Franc Moody, on the album Dream in Colour

  • "Night Flight" by Franc Moody, on the album Dream in Colour - electro-disco

  • "Skin on Skin" by Franc Moody, on the album Dream in Colour - electro-disco

  • "A Little Something for the Weekend" by Franc Moody, on the album Dream in Colour - electro-disco

  • "This is a Mood" by Franc Moody, on the album Dream in Colour - funky electro-disco

  • "Retro Party" by Filip Zangi, on the album Disco and Funk Revival - funky electro-disco

  • "Retro Band" by Filip Zangi, on the album Disco and Funk Revival - electro-disco

  • "Sexy Style" by Filip Zangi, on the album Disco and Funk Revival - electro-disco

  • "Love Bite" by Middle Name Dance Band, on the album Middle Name Dance Tracks Vol. 2 - mellow electro-disco

  • "Got Me Moving" by Jaco Prince and Darren Alboni, on the album Vintage Radio: 1970s - electro-disco

  • "Gimme Some Time" by Jaco Prince and Amy McKnight, on the album Vintage Radio: 1970s - electro-disco

  • "Push the Boat Out" by Andrew Kingslow and Petrina Smith, on the album Modern Retro Soul - electro-R&B-disco

  • "Good Feelings" by A.C. Band - mellow electro-disco

  • "Perdoname (Dave Lee's Latin Escapade)" by The Sunburst Band and Sunlightsquare - Spanish electro-disco

  • "Jjag jjag kkung jjag" a.k.a. "Hit It Off" by Jeong Dong Won featuring Nam Seungmin - Korean rock-disco-pop

  • "Musimala" by Park Seo Jin, on the album Musimala - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Do You Love Me?" by Jeon Yu Jin - Korean disco-pop-fusion

  • "Jeonjuga johguna joh-a" by Enka - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Macho Man" by Lee Chanwon and Na Taeju, on the album Music Source of Mr. Trot Legend Mission Best - Korean rock-disco-pop

  • "Jinttopagi" by Lee Chanwon, on the album Music Source of Mr. Trot Legend Mission Best - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of "Jinttobaegi" performed in 2014 by Myeong Wol and Dae Bong and separately in 2014 by Yang Jaegi and Na Geumbi

  • "Period of Spring Poverty" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Best of Mr. Trot Preliminary - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Turn" by Kim Heejae, on the album Best of Mr. Trot Preliminary - electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean and English

  • "Train for the South" by Kim Jungyeon, on the album Best of Mr. Trot Preliminary - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "I Love You" by Han Lee Jae, on the album Best of Mr. Trot Preliminary - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Did You See?" by Shin Inseon, on the album Best of Mr. Trot Preliminary - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Man of Harbor" by Hong Jameon, on the album Best of Mr. Trot Preliminary - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "In the Country of Morning" by Lim Dohyeong, on the album Best of Mr. Trot Preliminary - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Where is Love?" by Kim Heejae, on the album Best of Mr. Trot Preliminary - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "You are Perfect" by Youngtak, omn the album Love Call Center Pt. 1 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Come See Me" by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, Lee Chanwon, Kim Hojoong, Jeong Dong Won, Jang Minho, and Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 1 - Korean electro-disco-pop version of Eruption's "One Way Ticket" plus a rap section

  • "Sunny" by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, Lee Chanwon, Kim Hojoong, Jeong Dong Won, Jang Minho, and Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 4 - electro-disco cover of Bobby Hebb's hit

  • "A Harbor Man" by Lim Young Woong, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 4 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Soul Mate" by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, Lee Chanwon, Kim Hojoong, Jeong Dong Won, Jang Minho, and Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 5 - electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean and English

  • "Beep Beep" by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, Lee Chanwon, Kim Hojoong, Jeong Dong Won, Jang Minho, and Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 6 - Korean rock-disco-pop

  • "Wonderful Life" by Kim Kyungmin, Shin Insun, Kim Soo Chan, Kang Taegwan, Ryu Jigwang, Hwang Yoonsung, and Nam Seungmin, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 6 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Oh! Hot" by Kim Kyungmin, Shin Insun, Kim Soo Chan, Kang Taegwan, Ryu Jigwang, Na Taeju, Hwang Yoonsung, and Nam Seungmin, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 6 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Flying Deep in the Night" by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, Lee Chanwon, Kim Hojoong, Jeong Dong Won, Jang Minho, and Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 8 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "What About My Age" by Jang Minho, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 8 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop; possibly a cover of Kim Youngim's 2014 song

  • "Wuleung-do Twist" by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, Lee Chanwon, Jeong Dong Won, Jang Minho, and Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 9 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Tears" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 10 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Return to Pusan Por" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 10 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Hands of the Clock" by Lim Young Woong, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 10 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Two Fists" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 11 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Fancy Life" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 11 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Wrong Encounter" by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, and Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 13 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Warning of the Eve" by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, Lee Chanwon, Kim Hojoong, Jeong Dong Won, Jang Minho, and Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 13 - Korean electro-disco-pop-fusion

  • "New Love" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 14 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Zille Flower" by Jang Song Ho, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 14 - Korean-flavored electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "By Chance" by Lee Chanwon, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 15 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "First Train" by Shin Yu, Park Gu Yun, Shin Seong, Choi Hyeonsang, So Yu-chan, Park Seojin, and Jang Songho, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 15 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Why Why Why" by Kim Hojoong and Na Taeju, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 16 - electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean and badly-pronounced English

  • "Heart Heart" by Jang Minho and Noh Jihoon, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 16 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Crying Hill of Bakdaljae" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 18 - Korean-flavored electro-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Bling-Bling" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 19 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "You're Right" by Oh Seung Keun, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 20 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Dear Love" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 20 - Korean-flavored electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean; cover of Kim Youngim's 2014 song "Salangnim"

  • "This Love" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 21 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Encounter by Chance" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 22 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Forever Friend" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 22 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Parapapa" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 22 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "What is Love" by Shin Seong, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 22 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Seagull Love" by Shin Seong, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 22 - Korean electro-disco-pop; may be a cover of Kim Yon-Ja's song

  • "The Guy Who Left Me" by Jang Minho, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 22 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Hapjeong Station Exit No. 5" by Jeong Don Won, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 22 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "I Like You" by Jang Minho and Kum Jan Di, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 23 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Here" by Kim Heejae and Jung Myung Kyu, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 23 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Miss the One" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 24 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "You Are the Best" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 25 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Moon Song" by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, Lee Chanwon, Jeong Dong Won, Jang Minho, and Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 26 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "River of Father" by Jang Minho, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 26 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Today is Young" by Jang Minho, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 26 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Kim Youngim's 2016 song "Today is a Young Day"

  • "An Odious Man" by Lee Chanwon, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 30 - Korean-flavored electro-disco-pop in Korean; cover of Yu Jina's 2016 song

  • "Emergency Landing of Love" by Youngtak and Jang Minho, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 31 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Just Like First Sight" by Jang Minho, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 32 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Period of Spring Poverty (Live)" by Jin Sung and Kang Moon Kyung, on the album K-Trot in Town2: The Last Chance - Final Stage (Live) - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Jeong Dong Won's song

  • "Coin Life" by Sonbin-ah, on the EP K-Trot in Town2-The Last Chance: 5 Round Pt.1- Korean disco-pop

  • "You are the Best" by Navi, on the album Miss Trot2 Preliminary Best, Pt. 1 - Korean electro-disco-pop; another version of Kim Heejae's song

  • "Naiya Gala" by Kim So Yeon, on the EP Trot People 1 Round Best, Pt. 1 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Sanai Sunjeong" by Thebless, on the EP Trot People 1 Round Best, Pt. 1 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Hapjeong Station Exit No. 5" by Park Hong-joo, on the EP Trot People 1 Round Best, Pt. 1 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Dongjeon-insaeng" by Hyo Seong a.k.a. Hyosung, on the album Trot People 1Round Best, Pt. 2 - Korean disco-pop

  • "Nolaehamyeo chumchumyeo" by Nondooreong Batdooreong, on the EP Trot People 2Round Best, Pt.1 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Neona nana" by Kim Min Geon and Kim Jae-rong, on the EP Trot People 3round Best, Pt.2 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Salangnim" by Kim Min Geon, on the EP Trot People 4round Best, Pt.1 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Kim Youngim's 2014 song

  • "Babo" by Bang Se Jin, on the EP Trot People 4round Best, Pt.1 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Salangnim" by Choo Hyeokjin, on the album Super Five - Hello Goodbye Concert - EP - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Kim Youngim's 2014 song

  • "Dear Love" by Lim Young Woong, on the album Bongsungah School, Pt. 4 - Korean-flavored rock-disco-pop cover of Kim Youngim's 2014 song "Salangnim"

  • "My Mother" by Youngtak, on the album Bongsungah School, Pt. 4 - Korean-flavored rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Sassy Girl" by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, Lee Chanwon, and Jang Minho, on the album Bongsungah School, Pt. 4 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Today is Young" by Han Bom, on the album K-Trot in Town2-The Last Chance: 5 Round Pt.2 - Korean electro-disco-pop cover of Kim Youngim's 2016 song "Today is a Young Day"

  • "Oneul-i jeolm-eun nal" by Oh Yoojin, on the album Korean Trot Contest, Pt.3 - Korean jazzy electro-disco-pop - cover of Kim Youngim's 2016 song "Today is a Young Day"

  • "Let's Study" a.k.a. "Baeuja" by Moranbong Band - Korean disco-pop from North Korea; recorded in 2012

  • "Bjorn Gets a Haircut" by Lotus, on the album Free Swim - funky electro-disco

  • "Free Swim" by Lotus, on the album Free Swim - electro-rock-disco

  • "Catacombs" by Lotus, on the album Free Swim - electro-rock-disco

  • "My Love" by Bellaire - disco-house

  • "Manhattan Skyline (JN Spirit of '77 Extended Mix)" by AC Soul Symphony - cover of David Shire's 1977 disco instrumental

  • "Don't Be Afraid" by East Coast Love Affair - partly-instrumental disco cover of the 1976 soul song by Sky's the Limit but without most of its lyrics

  • "Never Gonna Fall in Love Again (Like I Fell in Love with You)" by D.O.S. - mellow disco-soul remake of Carmen Amez's mellow disco song

  • "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

  • "Ring My Bell" by Tatiana DeMaria, on the movie soundtrack album American Pie Presents Girls' Rules - electro-disco cover of Anita Ward's 1979 hit

  • "Hot Stuff" by Jazmyn T., on the movie soundtrack album American Pie Presents Girls' Rules - electro-rock-disco cover of Donna Summer's 1979 hit

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

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

  • "I Feel Love" by Karyn Kuhl Band - electro-rock-disco version of Donna Summer's 1977 techno hit

  • "Give Me the Night" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album HSCC 2 - electro-disco cover of George Benson's 1980 hit

  • "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album HSCC 3 - electro-disco cover of Rod Stewart's hit

  • "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album HSCC 3 - electro-disco cover of the 1979 hit by McFadden and Whitehead

  • "Forget Me Nots" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album HSCC 3 - jazzy electro-disco cover of Patrice Rushen's 1982 hit

  • "Blue + Around the World Mashup" by Pomplamoose and Ben Rose - electro-disco-pop versions of the 1990s electrodance hits "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" by Eiffel 65 and "Around the World" by Daft Punk

  • "Get Down Tonight" by Warrior Soul, on the album Cocaine and Other Good Stuff - rock-disco version of K.C. and the Sunshine Band's 1975 disco-pop hit

  • "I Was Made for Lovin' You" by First to Eleven - electro-metal-disco cover of KISS's 1979 hit

  • "Doggy Hiccups" by Madmadmad, on the album More More More - electro-rock-disco-fusion

  • "Finally Ready (Dimitry from Paris' The Sound of Paris Remix)" by The Shapeshifters featuring Billy Porter - disco-soul version of this 2020 house song

  • "You Can't Hide From Love (A Tom Moulton Mix)" by Sandra Richardson - mellow disco-soul; recorded as a soul song during the original disco era but first released (as any mix) in August 2020 on Tom Moulton's compilation album The Tom Moulton Unreleased Mixes, Volume 2

  • "One Plus One (Dave Lee Extended Club Mix)" by Leroy Burgess - electro-disco; recorded around 1983 but first released (in any mix) in December 2020 by Z Records

  • "Boogie On Down" by Paris Ford - electro-disco; recorded in 1977 but first released in November 2020 by Epsilon Record Co.

  • "Give Me Something Good" by Monsta - electro-disco; test pressing marked "Demonstration Record" made in 1979 but first commercially released in December 2020 by Past Due

  • "Italian Stallion Theme" and "Italian Stallion End Credits" and "Italian Stallion Trailer" by Del Casher (a.k.a. Delton Kacher) on the album Italian Stallion (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - electro-disco; recorded for the 1978 movie Italian Stallion but first released in December 2020 by Sound Preservation Records

  • "Magic Mirror" by Del Casher (a.k.a. Delton Kacher) on the album Italian Stallion (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - electro-disco; recorded for the 1978 movie Italian Stallion but first released in December 2020 by Sound Preservation Records

  • "Dance Alone" by Del Casher (a.k.a. Delton Kacher) on the album Italian Stallion (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - electro-disco; recorded for the 1978 movie Italian Stallion but first released in December 2020 by Sound Preservation Records

  • "Living the Highlife" by Del Casher (a.k.a. Delton Kacher) on the album Italian Stallion (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - funky jazzy disco; recorded for the 1978 movie Italian Stallion but first released in December 2020 by Sound Preservation Records

  • "Taxi" by Del Casher (a.k.a. Delton Kacher) on the album Italian Stallion (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - electro-disco; recorded for the 1978 movie Italian Stallion but first released in December 2020 by Sound Preservation Records

  • "Last Dance (Live)" by Donna Summer, on the album A Hot Summer Night - electro-disco reprise of her 1978 disco hit; recorded live in August 1983 in California

  • "MacArthur Park (Live)" by Donna Summer, on the album A Hot Summer Night - electro-disco reprise of her disco hit; recorded live in August 1983 in California

  • "On the Radio (Live)" by Donna Summer, on the album A Hot Summer Night - electro-disco reprise of her disco hit; recorded live in August 1983 in California

  • "'Bad Girls' Medley: Dim All the Lights/Sunset People/Bad Girls/Hot Stuff (Live)" by Donna Summer, on the album A Hot Summer Night - includes electro-disco reprises of her 1979 hits "Dim All the Lights" and "Bad Girls" plus non-disco versions of the other two songs; recorded live in August 1983 in California

  • "The Hustle / Rock the Boat / Born to Be Alive (Live)" by Muziek Grand Band, on the album 70's and 80's Night - medley of electro-disco covers of these hits by Van McCoy, Hues Corporation, and Patrick Hernandez, recorded live in Mexico

  • "September / Dancing Queen / You Should Be Dancing (Live)" by Muziek Grand Band, on the album 70's and 80's Night - medley starting with an electro-disco cover of the hit by Earth, Wind and Fire followed by an electro-disco-pop cover of ABBA's 1976 dance hit and concluding with an electro-rock-disco cover of the 1976 Bee Gees hit, recorded live in Mexico

  • "Bad Girls / On the Radio / Never Can Say Goodbye / Copacabana (Live)" by Muziek Grand Band, on the album 70's and 80's Night - electro-disco medley of covers of these hits by Donna Summer, Gloria Gaynor, and Barry Manilow, recorded live in Mexico

  • "Heaven Missing An Angel / That's the Way (I Like It) / Disco Inferno (Live)" by Muziek Grand Band, on the album 70's and 80's Night - medley that includes electro-disco versions of these hits by Tavares and the Trammps, recorded live in Mexico

  • "Stay in Alive / Night Fever (Live)" by Muziek Grand Band, on the album 70's and 80's Night - medley of covers of the 1977 Bee Gees hits "Stayin' Alive" and "Night Fever" performed in mellow electro-disco and electro-disco styles respectively, recorded live in Mexico

  • "Let's All Chant / Keep It Coming Love / Don't Take Away the Music (Live)" by Muziek Grand Band, on the album 70's and 80's Night - medley of electro-disco covers of hits by the Michael Zager Band, K.C. and the Sunshine Band, and Tavares, recorded live in Mexico

  • "Y.M.C.A. / Can't Take My Eyes off You / I Will Survive (Live)" by Muziek Grand Band, on the album 70's and 80's Night - medley of electro-disco covers of these hits by the Village People, Frankie Valli, and Gloria Gaynor, recorded live in Mexico

  • "You're the First, the Last, My Everything (Live)" by Muziek Grand Band, on the album 70's and 80's Night - electro-disco cover of Barry White's 1974 hit, recorded live in Mexico

  • "One of these Nights (Live)" by Terry Lin, on the album ONEtake 2.0 - mellow rock-disco cover of the Eagles' 1975 hit, recorded live in May 2019 in Malaysia

  • "Heart of Glass (Live from the iHeart Festival)" by Miley Cyrus (a.k.a. Destiny Hope Cyrus), on vinyl and digital editions of the album Plastic Hearts - electro-punk-disco cover of Blondie's 1978 hit

    "Gotta Get Back to You" by Nick Corbin has only 37 seconds worth of 3 brief disco sections scattered across the song's full length of 4 minutes and 11 seconds. "Roller Disco" by Jennah Barry is folk-pop.


    Disco Music released during 2021:

  • "Game On" by Raspberry Pie, on the EP Lunch Rush

  • "Born to Dance" by Kano, on the album No Cents... Go Funky!

  • "Harmonics" by Patawawa, on the album Power Up - electro-disco

  • "Holmesfield Close" by Patawawa, on the album Power Up - rock-disco

  • "3D Feelings" by Alfie Templeman - rock-disco-pop

  • "Dance the Night" a.k.a. "Dance the Night Away" by Ruby Dice - electro-rock-disco

  • "Don't Give Up (I Believe In You)" by Luxxury (a.k.a. Blake Robin) - electro-disco-pop

  • "One More" by SG Lewis featuring Nile Rodgers, on the album Times - electro-disco-pop

  • "Turnin' My Heart Around" by LaMay - electro-disco

  • "Mutha Funk (in the Disco Bag)" by LaMay - electro-disco

  • "If the World Just Danced" by Diana Ross, on the album Thank You - electro-disco; reached #57 on the UK Singles Sales Chart and #56 on the UK Singles Downloads Chart in October 2021

  • "In the Dark" by Casbah 73 - electro-disco

  • "Got the Look" by [Julia] Axnér - electro-disco

  • "Carpet Ride" by Jambonne - electro-disco

  • "Life is a Mirror" by GALXTC - funky electro-disco

  • "Friday Evening" by Liam de Bruin - electro-disco

  • "Time" by Situation featuring Venessa Jackson - electro-disco

  • "Don't Be Afraid" by Tush, on the album Fantast - electro-disco

  • "Marathons" by Tush, on the album Fantast - disco-rock-fusion

  • "Someone New" by Michael Jay McClellan, on the album Light Fantastic - electro-disco

  • "Public Health Announcement" by Dutch Brothers - electro-disco

  • "Last Call" by Dutch Brothers - electro-rock-disco

  • "Emancipação" by Diogo Strausz - jazzy funky electro-disco

  • "Lovin' You" by The Honeyshotz, on the album Lovin' You - jazzy electro-disco

  • "Canteloupe Island" by George Kano Experience (featuring Marie Meney) - jazzy electro-disco

  • "Last Call" by Flamingo Pier (featuring Nathan Haines and Kédu), on the album Flamingo Pier - jazzy electro-disco

  • "Cosmic Sunset" by Flamingo Pier, on the album Flamingo Pier - jazzy electro-rock-disco

  • "Garde Fou (Original Vocal Mix and Instrumental)" by Leopard Da Vinci featuring Jean Bisello - electro-disco in English and French

  • "Summer Drive" by Leopard Da Vinci featuring Jean Bisello - electro-disco

  • "Le dernier jour du disco" by Juliette Armanet, on the album Brûler Le Feu - French disco-pop

  • "Las Vegas" by Dante Elephante, on the album Mid-Century Modern Romance - mellow electro-disco

  • "E-Motion" by Dante Elephante, on the album Mid-Century Modern Romance - mellow electro-disco

  • "Una come te" by Mec Lovin' (a.k.a. Andrea Monterubbianesi) - mellow Italian disco-pop

  • "Disco Dimension" by The Regime - disco with both singing and rapping sections

  • "All of My Dreams" by Rasmus Faber featuring Dyanna Fearon

  • "Ubiquity" by Ali Love and Nicky Night Time featuring Breakbot

  • "Dance Fever" by Edward Haydon, on the album Disco Pop

  • "Disco Nights" by Edward Haydon, on the album Disco Pop

  • "Fire It Up" by Matthew Simon Clark, on the album Indie Disco - electro-rock-disco

  • "Marechià" by Nu Genea and Célia Kameni - mellow electro-disco in Neapolitan and French

  • "Drive Through Glass" by T Groove vs Four Leaf Sound - Japanese mellow electro-disco

  • "Taillight" by T Groove vs Four Leaf Sound - mellow electro-disco in Japanese and English

  • "All of You" by Duran Duran, on the album Future Past - mellow electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Work For Love" by Bomel - disco-house/electro-disco; bassline similar to that in part of "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" by McFadden and Whitehead

  • "All Around" by Bomel, on the album I Left School for This - disco-house/electro-disco

  • "Ride It" by Bellaire featuring Amy Douglas, on the album Date at the Disco (Deluxe) - electro-disco

  • "Suzie" by Bellaire, Emma Hoet, and Blowsom, on the album Date at the Disco (Deluxe) - electro-disco-fusion

  • "Fails" by Emma Hoet and Blowsom - electro-disco-pop

  • "Breathin" by Blowsom, on the EP 1901 - PART I - electro-disco-pop

  • "The Feels" by Twice, on the album Formula of Love: O+T=<3 - electro-disco-pop; reached #83 Pop (Billboard Hot 100) in the U.S., #56 Pop (Canadian Hot 100) in Canada

  • "Happen" a.k.a. "Hepeun-uyeon" by Heize (a.k.a. Jang Da-hye), on the EP Happen - disco-pop in Korean and English

  • "Weekend" by Taeyeon (a.k.a. Kim Tae-yeon) - electro-disco-pop in Korean and English - reached #4 on South Korea's K-pop Hot 100 chart

  • "Mumumumuch" by Mamamoo - disco in Korean and English

  • "We Go" by Fromis 9, on the single album 9 Way Ticket - electro-disco-pop in Korean and English

  • "Chinguya" by Bae Jina - Korean rock-disco-pop

  • "Malhago Sabsida" by Park Seo Jin, on the album Dachbyeolga - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Salang-e chwihada" by Park Seo Jin, on the album Dachbyeolga - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Alisseuli" by Yu Jina, on the EP One's Love 3. Mini Album - Korean-flavored rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Cheondung" by Yu Jina, on the EP One's Love 3. Mini Album - Korean-flavored rock-disco-pop-fusion

  • "Zombie" by Purple Kiss, on the EP Hide and Seek - disco-pop in Korean and English with a rap section

  • "That Woman" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 38 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "The Her Mascara" by Lee Chanwon, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 38 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "The First Affection" by Lee Chanwon, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 39 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "It's a Snake (Be Patient)" by Lee Chanwon, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 39 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "I Love You Sister" by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, and Lee Chanwon, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 39 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "A Seora Ma Seora" by Jang Minho, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 40 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "1,2,3,4" by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, Lee Chanwon, Jeong Dong Won, Jang Minho, and Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 41 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Easy and Composed" by Lee Chanwon, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 41 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Men Cry in Their Hearts" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 41 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Broken Wall Clock" by Lee Chanwon, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 42 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop; may be a cover of Kim Youngim's 2014 song

  • "My Mind is Like a Star" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 42 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "I Really Didn't Know" by Lim Young Woong, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 42 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Singing Cha Cha Cha" by Jang Min Ho, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 42 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "He is a Man" by Jang Min Ho, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 44 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Love is a Cure for All Diseases" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 44 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Coin Life" by Youngtak, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 45 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Sonbin-ah's 2020 song

  • "Love Hills" by Lim Young Woong, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 45 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Give It Back" by Yang Ji Eun, Hong Ji Yoon, Kim Da Hyun, Kim Tae-Yeon, Kim Euiyoung, Byeol Sarang, and Eun Gaeun, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 46 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "A Southbound Train" by Youngtak, Lee Chanwon, Jeong Dong Won, Jang Minho, and Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 46 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Dead Drunk" by Lim Young Woong, Lee Chanwon, Jeong Dong Won, Kim Heejae, and Kang Tae Kwan, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 46 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Honey" by Lim Young Woong, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 47 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop-fusion

  • "Jinttopagi" by Yang Ji Eun, Hong Ji Yun, Kim Tae-Yeon, Kim Euiyoung, and Byeol Sarang, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 47 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of the 2020 song by Lee Chanwon

  • "Band-Aid" by Dahyun Kim, Byeol Sarang, and Eun Ga Eun, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 47 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop-fusion

  • "Pleasant, Exhilarating, Exciting" by Jang Min Ho, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 47 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Omega 3" by Youngtak, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 47 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "An Aggressive Man" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 47 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Great" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 48 - Korean-flavored electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Only You" by Youngtak, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 48 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Crying Hill of Bakdaljae" by Jang Minho, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 49 - Korean-flavored electro-disco-pop in Korean; cover of Jeong Dong Won's 2020 song

  • "Uh-Ee" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 49 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "A Woman of My Own" by Youngtak, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 49 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Life Like a Floating Weed" by Lee Chanwon, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 50 - Korean-flavored electro-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Full of Fun" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 50 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "It Was You" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 50 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "99.9" by Jang Minho, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 51 - Korean-flavored electro-disco-pop-fusion in Korean

  • "Love of Limited Expression" by Jang Minho, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 51 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Push Push" by Lim Young Woong, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 51 - Korean-flavored electro-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Island Village Teacher" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 52 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "I am Hong Jam-eon" by Jang Min-ho, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 53 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Angry Woman" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 53 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop-fusion

  • "Uh Huh Yah" by Jang Minho, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 54 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Honey Honey" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 54 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Windfall" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 55 - Korean-flavored electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Don't Cry" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 55 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Let's Be Filial to Our Parents" by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, Lee Chanwon, Jeong Dong Won, Jang Minhom and Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 55 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of the song by Yang Ji Eun et al.

  • "Temptation" by Youngtak, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 57 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Bye Bye Ya" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 57 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Love" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 57 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Poison" by Kim Heejae, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 58 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Stable Keeper" by Jang Min-ho, on the album Love Call Center Pt. 58 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Lucky Charm" by Youngtak, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 59 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Night Train" by Chanwon, on the album Love Call Center, Pt. 61 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Today is a Young Day" by Yang Ji Eun and Dahyun Kim, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 1 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Kim Youngim's 2016 song

  • "New Love" by Hong Ji Yun, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 1 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Kim Heejae's 2020 song

  • "Mom" by Dahyun Kim, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 1 - Korean-flavored electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Only You" by Yang Ji Eun, Dahyun Kim, Kim Tae-yeon, Euiyoung Kim, and Woorim Hwang, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 1 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Let's Be Filial to Our Parents" by Yang Ji Eun, Hon Ji Yun, Tae Hwa Yoon, Dahyun Kim, Hwang Woo Lim, Kim Tae-yeon, Euiyoung Kim, and Eun Ga Eun, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 1 - Korean-flavored electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Easy and Composed" by Yang Ji Eun, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "If You Want" by Dahyun Kim and Hang Hye Yeon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "You are the Best" by Tae Hwa Yoon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-disco-pop cover of Kim Heejae's 2020 song

  • "A Match Made in Heaven" by Dahyun Kim, Eun Ga Eun, Kang Hye Yeon, Maria, and Tae Hwa Yoon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Ulsoo" by Hong Ji Yun and Eun Ga Eun, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Station in Andong" by Dahyun Kim, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Saturday Night" by Euiyoung Kim and Byeol Sarang, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "All Right" by Yang Ji Eun and Byeol Sarang, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 3 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "18 Year Old Sun-I" by Yang Ji Eun, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 3 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Magic Girl" by Kang Hye Yeon, Hwang Woo Lim, and Huh Chan Mi, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 3 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Wild Rose" by Euiyoung Kim, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 3 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "I Love You, You Love Me" by Hong Ji Yun and Dahyun Kim, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 4 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "You Are My Man" by Yang Ji Eun and Byeol Sarang, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 4 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Seo Won Lim's song

  • "Pig Rabbit" by Dahyun Kim and Kang Hye Yeon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 4 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Battery of Love" by Dahyun Kim and Kang Hye Yeon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 4 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Give Me Back My Youth" by Byeol Sarang, Eun Ga Eun, and Hwang Woo Lim, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 4 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "I Like Skinship" by Maria, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 5 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Sudden Shower" by Yang Ji Eun, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 6 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "The Only Person" by Yang Ji Eun, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 6 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "What's Wrong With My Age" by Dahyun Kim and Kim Euiyoung, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 6 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "A Wonderful Life" by Dahyun Kim, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 6 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "A Friend Like a Medicine" by Yang Ji Eun, Hong Ji Yun, Dahyun Kim, Kim Tae-Yeon, Kim Euiyoung, Eun Ga Eun, Kang Hye Yeon, Hwang Woo Lim, Maria, and Tae Hwa Yoon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 7 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "The Hands of a Clock" by Hong Ji Yun, Kim Euiyoung, and Hwang Woo Lim, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 7 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop; likely a cover of Kim Youngin's 2014 song

  • "Here" by Kim Euiyoung and Eun Ga Eun, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 7 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Olle" by Dahyun Kim, Eun Ga Eun, and Kang Hye Yeon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 7 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Please Bear With Me" by Maria, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 7 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Redevelopment of Love" by Yang Ji Eun and Tae Hwa Yoon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 7 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "1,2,3,4" by Yang Ji Eun and Dahyun Kim, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 7 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop; another version of the song by Lim Young Woong, Youngtak, Lee Chanwon, Jeong Dong Won, Jang Minho, and Kim Heejae

  • "Doorbell of Love" by Yang Ji Eun, Hong Ji Yun, Euiyoung Kim, Byeol Sarang, Eun Ga Eun, and Kang Hye Yeon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 8 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Woodcutter" by Dahyun Kim, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 8 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "All Sorts of Things" by Euiyoung Kim and Kang Hye Yeon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 8 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "I Like You" by Kim Tae-yeon and Byeol Sarang, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 8 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "First Train" by Dahyun Kim and Byeol Sarang, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 9 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Second Half of the Game" by Byeol Sarang, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 9 - Korean-flavored electro-disco-pop in Korean

  • "A Southbound Train" by Yang Ji Eun, Kim Tae-yeon, and Kang Hye Yeon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 10 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Age to Love" by Kim Euiyoung, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 11 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Ah Sarubia" by Kim Tae-yeon, Eun Ga Eun, and Maria, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 11 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Pleasant, Exhilirating, Exciting" by Dahyun Kim, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 11 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop; another version of Jang Min Ho's song

  • "Gimme Gimme" by Hong Ji Yun, Eun Ga Eun, and Maria, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 13 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Forever Friend" by Byeol Sarang and Hwang Loo Lim, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 13 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Dancing Tambourine" by Dahyun Kim and Kim Tae-yeon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 13 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Like It" by Dahyun Kim, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 13 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Full of Fun" by Hong Ji Yun, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 15 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Bing Bing Bing" by Byeol Sarang, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 16 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop-fusion cover of Kim Yon-Ja's 2011 song

  • "Coin Life" by Kim Tae-yeon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter, Pt. 17 - Korean electro-disco-pop cover of Sonbin-ah's 2020 song

  • "Singing and Dancing" by Yang Ji Eun, Kim Tae-yeon, and Kang Hye Yeon, on the album Let's Be My Daughter Thank You Concert - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "For Free" by Byeol Sarang, on the album Let's Be My Daughter Thank You Concert - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop-fusion

  • "Cheeky Man" by Twin-Girls, on the EP Miss Trot2 Preliminary Best, Pt. 3 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "You Are My Man" by Seo Won Lim, on the album Miss Trot2 Death Match, Pt.1 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Hainan Love" by So Won Gong, on the album Miss Trot2 Death Match, Pt.1 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Bing Bing Bing" by Yang Ji Eun, on the album Miss Trot2 Death Match, Pt.2 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop-fusion cover of Kim Yon-Ja's 2011 song

  • "See You After Getting Old" by Kim Da Na, on the album Miss Trot2 Death Match, Pt.2 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Love Travel" by Euiyoung Kim, on the album Miss Trot2 Legendary Mission Best Semi-Final 1 - Korean disco-pop

  • "Dear Love" by Tae Hwa Yoon, on the album Miss Trot2 Legendary Mission Best Semi-Final 1 - Korean-flavored electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean; cover of Kim Youngim's 2014 song "Salangnim"

  • "It's a Wonderful Life" by Miss Rainbow, on the album Miss Trot2 Final Song of Life Mission - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of the 2020 song

  • "I'm Gonna Live a Decent Life" by Gold Miss, on the album Miss Trot2 Medley Team Mission Group - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Love Hills" by Family With Daughters, on the album Miss Trot2 Medley Team Mission Group - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Life Like a Floating Weed" by Miss Wanderers, on the album Miss Trot2 Medley Team Mission Group - Korean-flavored electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean; another version of Lee Chanwon's song

  • "Danger" by Awesome, on the album Miss Trot2 Medley Team Mission Group - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Acacia" by Awesome, on the album Miss Trot2 Medley Team Mission Group - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Bang Bang" by Antler Sisters, on the album Miss Trot2 Medley Team Mission Group - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "An Odious Man" by Idol Team "Feel Good", on the album Miss Trot2 Team Mission Best - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Yu Jina's 2016 song

  • "Guests Are Coming" by Middle and High School Team "Seongminjihwaja Good", on the album Miss Trot2 Team Mission Best - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "You Are Stupid" by An Active Team A "Daeback Joohee", on the album Miss Trot2 Team Mission Best - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Now" by A Joint Team "Entering 30s", on the album Miss Trot2 Team Mission Best - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Hani Hani" by Elementary Team "Subin's Seven Sisters", on the album Miss Trot2 Team Mission Best - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Love Hills (Live)" by Kim Euiyoung, on the album Miss Trot2 Talk Concert, Pt. 1 (Live) - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of the song by Family With Daughters

  • "Life is Waterwheel (Live)" by Yang Ji Eun, on the album Miss Trot2 Talk Concert, Pt. 1 (Live) - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "My Mother (Live)" by Kim Tae-yeon, on the album Miss Trot2 Talk Concert, Pt. 1 (Live) - Korean-flavored electro-disco-pop in Korean; cover of Youngtak's 2020 song

  • "Jinttobaegi" by Oh Yoojin, on the EP Trot Magic Performers, Pt. 3 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop; cover of Lee Chanwon's 2020 song

  • "Oneulgat-i joh-eun nal" by Song Ga In, on the EP Trot Magic Performers, Pt. 4 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Sachigi Sachigi" by Han Gang and Oh Yoojin, on the EP Trot Magic Performers, Pt. 10 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Ul-eomma" by Lee Sang Ho and Lee Sang-min, on the album Trot Magic Performers, Pt. 17 - Korean-flavored electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean; cover of Youngtak's 2020 song "My Mother"

  • "Bolisgogae" by Jae Ha, on the EP Korean Trot Contest Special Gala Show 1 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Neonanana" by Lee Sang Ho and Lee Sang Min, on the EP Korean Trot Contest Special Gala Show 1 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Salangnim" a.k.a. "Dear Love" by Tae Hwa Yoon, on the album Who Are You - Korean-flavored electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean; remake of her song from a competition album

  • "Jjiggo jjiggo jjiggo" by Tae Hwa Yoon, on the album Who Are You - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "C.S.B." a.k.a. "Come See and Buy" by Shin Seung Tae and Oh Yoojin (in one version featuring Song Ga In) - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Fab's Space Dance" by Nonna Fab, on the album Close Encounters - electro-disco-fusion

  • "Show Up" by Anahi de Cárdenas featuring Andrei Matorin - electro-disco-pop with a rap section; also released in a mixed Spanish-and-English version in 2022

  • "Show Me Da Way (Casa Blanco Radio Mix, Casa Blanco Instrumental Mix, and Casa Blanco Remix)" by Funk Deluxe - electro-disco/disco-house

  • "Break It" by The Soultrend Orchestra featuring Frankie Lovecchio, on the album Funky Kitchen - mellow electro-disco-soul

  • "Get Down Saturday Night" by The Soultrend Orchestra featuring Alan Scaffardi - electro-disco version of the 1983 dance song

  • "Boogie Oogie Oogie" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album HSCC 4 - electro-disco cover of the 1978 disco hit by A Taste of Honey

  • "Rock With You" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album HSCC 4 - electro-disco cover of Michael Jackson's 1979 disco hit

  • "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album HSCC 4 - electro-disco version of Michael Jackson's 1982 electro-funk hit

  • "What a Fool Believes" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album HSCC 4 - electro-disco-pop cover of the 1978 hit by the Doobie Brothers

  • "I'll Be Around" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album HSCC 4 - electro-disco-soul version of the 1972 soul hit by the Spinners

  • "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album HSCC 4 - electro-rock-disco version of Annie Lennox's 1983 synth-pop/new wave hit

  • "You to Me Are Everything (Live)" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album HSCC 4 - electro-disco cover of The Real Thing's 1976 hit

  • "I Was Made for Lovin' You" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album HSCC 4 - metal-disco cover of KISS's hit

  • "You Should Be Dancing" by Dee Gees a.k.a. Foo Fighters, on the album Hail Satin - electro-rock-disco cover of the Bee Gees' 1976 hit

  • "Another One Bites the Dust" by Alexander Jean - electro-rock-disco cover of Queen's 1980 hit

  • "Another One Bites the Dust" by Lucifer Cast featuring Tom Ellis, Aimee Garcia, and Kevin Alejandro, on the album Lucifer: Season 5 - Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam (Special Episode Soundtrack) - electro-rock-disco cover of Queen's 1980 hit

  • "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" by Frank Reynolds and The Re:Generations - electro-disco cover of McFadden and Whitehead's 1979 disco hit

  • "Forget Me Nots" by Taggy Matcher (featuring Cindy Pooch), on the album Disco Reggae Volume 4 - electro-disco cover of Patrice Rushen's 1982 hit

  • "Love X Love (Love Flava Album Version)" by Full Flava featuring Izzy Chase, on the album Refreshed - jazzy electro-disco cover of George Benson's 1980 song

  • "Boogie With Your Baby" by Funkool Orchestra - funky electro-disco cover of the 1976 song by Willi J. and Co.

  • "Got to Get Your Love" by Cash from Chaos featuring Marie Tweek and Gary Davis - funky electro-disco remake of the 1980 song by Clyde Alexander and Sanction

  • "Murder on the Dancefloor" by Girl Ray - electro-rock-disco-pop version of Sophie Ellis-Bextor's 2001 disco hit

  • "Through the Night (Patawawa Remix)" by Rudi featuring Amanda Thomsen - mellow electro-disco-pop reworking of this pop song

  • "Go Anywhere (Patawawa Remix)" by Short Sharp Scratch - mellow electro-disco-pop reworking of the 2020 electro-pop song

  • "River Soul (LUXXURY Remix)" by The Black Sands - electro-disco-pop reworking of this 2020 electro-pop song

  • "Dreams (LUXXURY Remix)" by Nxghtshade and Brooke White - electro-disco-pop/disco-house remix of this cover of Fleetwood Mac's 1977 soft rock hit

  • "Still in Love (The Reflex Revision)" by Shuya Okino featuring Navasha Daya - disco-soul remix of this 2011 disco-flavored soul song that covers the 1982 Rose Royce song

  • "Michigan Slide" by Soul Central, on the album Days of Disco - disco-house with a section incorporating a melody by Johann Sebastian Bach

  • "Glamour Profession (Live from The Met Philadelphia)" by Steely Dan, on the album Northeast Corridor: Steely Dan Live! - jazzy electro-rock-disco reprise of their 1980 song; recorded live in Pennsylvania

  • "Miasto we mgle" by Henryk Debich, Orkiestra Polskiego Radia i Telewizji w Łodzi, on the compilation album Horyzonty - recorded in 1978 but first released in January 2021 by GAD Records

  • "O każdej porze dnia" by Henryk Debich, Orkiestra Polskiego Radia i Telewizji w Łodzi, on the compilation album Horyzonty - recorded in 1978 but first released in January 2021 by GAD Records

  • "Do Whatcha Want" by Modyvation - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 but first released in May 2021 by Black Pearl Records on the compilation Disco De:Light

  • "Disco Fantasy Land" by Transport, on the album Disco Fantasy Land - electro-disco-funk; recorded in 1978 but first released in May 2021

  • "Confusion" by Al-Dos Band, on the album Doing Our Thing With Pride - electro-disco; recorded circa 1977 but first released in September 2021

  • "Love Doctor" by The McClintons - disco-soul; recorded around 1979 but first released in November 2021 by 7th Galaxy

    "Disco Dancin" by Jason Lindell is house.


    Disco Music released during 2022:

  • "About Damn Time" by Lizzo (a.k.a. Melissa Jefferson) - electro-disco with a mix of sung and rapped lyrics; reached #1 Pop in the U.S. (Billboard Hot 100 chart) for 2 weeks in July 2022; reached #2 Pop in Canada (Canadian Hot 100 chart); reached #3 Pop in Australia (Aria Top 50 Singles chart) in 2022

  • "About Damn Time" by Mia Love - electro-disco cover of Lizzo's hit

  • "Club Level" by 79.5

  • "Now's The Time For Us" by Julian Jonah featuring Tamika [Tyan] - mellow disco-soul

  • "Somebody Tonight" by Luxxury (a.k.a. Blake Robin), on the album Alright - electro-disco

  • "Let's Invade the Amazon" by Casbah 73 - electro-disco

  • "Pale Splash of Blue" by Casbah 73 - electro-disco

  • "Passion" by Roosevelt featuring Nile Rodgers - electro-disco

  • "Setback" by Mad Honey - funky electro-disco

  • "The Loneliest Time" by Carly Rae Jepsen with Rufus Wainwright, on the album The Loneliest Time - disco-pop

  • "Flamme" by Juliette Armanet - French electro-disco-pop

  • "Tandem" by Emma Hoet - French electro-disco-pop

  • "Novembre" by Blowsom, on the EP 1901 - PART II - electro-disco-pop-fusion in French and English

  • "Superlove" by Blowsom, on the EP 1901 - PART II - electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "306" by Blowsom, on the EP 1901 - PART II - electro-disco-pop

  • "Not A Minute Too Late" by East Coast Love Affair featuring United Spiritual Singers

  • "1905" by Marxist Love Disco Ensemble, on the album MLDE - electro-disco

  • "Dust" by Marxist Love Disco Ensemble, on the album MLDE - electro-disco

  • "Engineers" by Marxist Love Disco Ensemble, on the album MLDE - electro-disco

  • "Brumaire" by Marxist Love Disco Ensemble, on the album MLDE - electro-disco

  • "Material" by Marxist Love Disco Ensemble, on the album MLDE - electro-disco

  • "Hues of Red" by Marxist Love Disco Ensemble, on the album MLDE - electro-disco

  • "Hide and Seek" by Marxist Love Disco Ensemble, on the album MLDE - electro-disco

  • "Face" by The Mauskovic Dance Band, on the album Bukaroo Bank - electro-disco

  • "Rendezvous" by Sai Galaxy featuring Vanessa Baker, on the album Get It As You Move - electro-disco

  • "Obio" by Sai Galaxy featuring Gabriel Otu, on the album Get It As You Move - funky electro-disco in English and some language from Ghana

  • "Secret Lover" by T-Groove and George Kano Experience, on the album Lady Champagne - funky jazzy electro-disco

  • "If You Ever Need Somebody" by Mistura featuring Tiffany T'Zelle, on the album Dave Lee: Produced With Love II - mellow disco-soul

  • "Starlight" by Dave [Lee] and Omar, on the album Dave Lee: Produced With Love II

  • "Taste My Love" by Dave Lee featuring Billy Valentine - electro-disco-soul, on the album Dave Lee: Produced With Love II

  • "Dancing in the Moonlight" by Amy McKnight and Jaco Prince, on the album Pop Candy - electro-disco-pop

  • "Let's Work It Out" by Jerem A - electro-disco

  • "How 2 Dance" by Kaiser Chiefs - electro-disco

  • "Ring My Bell" by STRUT - electro-disco cover of Anita Ward's 1979 electro-disco hit

  • "Act Like You Know" by The Soultrend Orchestra featuring Al Castellana - electro-disco cover of the 1982 song by Fat Larry's Band

  • "Undo" by Heize (a.k.a. Jang Da-hye), on the album Undo - disco in Korean and English

  • "Gyejeol kkeut-e dallin insaeng" by Bae Jina - Korean-flavored rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Geogi jamkkan" by Bae Jina, on the album Abeojiui gichimsoli - Korean disco-pop

  • "A Real Man" by Jeong Dong Won, on the album Sanae / Man - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "For Free" by Kang Tae Poong, on the album Best of Mr. Trot 2 Preliminary, Pt. 1 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "A Glass of Life" by Sungmin, on the album Best of Mr. Trot 2 Preliminary, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Hold Me Closer" by Elton John and Britney Spears, a bonus track on the reissue of the album The Lockdown Sessions - electro-disco remake of a portion of Elton's 1971 hit "Tiny Dancer" along with part of Elton's 1992 song "The One"; reached #3 Pop in the UK in September 2022, #3 Pop in Canada, #1 Pop in Australia, #6 Pop (Billboard Hot 100) in the U.S. in September 2022, #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart

  • "He's the Greatest Dancer" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album May to September 2021 - cover of Sister Sledge's hit

  • "Ladies Night" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album May to September 2021 - electro-disco cover of Kool and the Gang's 1979 hit

  • "Boogie Wonderland" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album January to March 2022 - electro-disco cover of the 1979 hit by Earth, Wind and Fire with the Emotions

  • "Carwash" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album January to March 2022 - electro-disco cover of Rose Royce's 1976 disco hit "Car Wash"

  • "September" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album April to June 2022 - electro-R&B-disco cover of Earth, Wind and Fire's hit

  • "I Can't Go for That" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album April to June 2022 - electro-R&B-disco version of Hall and Oates' 1981 electro-R&B hit "I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)"

  • "Left Lane (Live at East End Market)" by Raspberry Pie - electro-disco reprise of their 2019 song; recorded live in Orlando, Florida

  • "Game On (Live at East End Market)" by Raspberry Pie - electro-disco reprise of their 2021 song; recorded live in Orlando, Florida

  • "E-Motion (Live)" by Dante Elephante, on the album Dante Elephante on Audiotree Live - mellow electro-disco reprise of their 2021 song; recorded in January 2022 in Illinois when it was live-streamed

  • "Find Somebody to Love (Live)" by Dante Elephante, on the album Dante Elephante on Audiotree Live - mellow electro-disco-pop reprise of their 2021 non-disco song; recorded in January 2022 in Illinois when it was live-streamed

  • "Disco Inferno (Live at the London Palladium)" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on the album Sophie Ellis Bextor's Kitchen Disco Live at the London Palladium - electro-disco cover of the Trammps' 1976 hit; recorded live in March 2022 in London

  • "Take Me Home (A Girl Like Me) (Live at the London Palladium)" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on the album Sophie Ellis Bextor's Kitchen Disco Live at the London Palladium - electro-disco version of Cher's 1979 hit; recorded live in March 2022 in London

  • "Murder on the Dancefloor (Live at the London Palladium)" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on the album Sophie Ellis Bextor's Kitchen Disco Live at the London Palladium - electro-disco cover of her 2001 hit; recorded live in March 2022 in London

  • "Music Gets the Best of Me (Live at the London Palladium)" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on the album Sophie Ellis Bextor's Kitchen Disco Live at the London Palladium - electro-disco version of her 2002 dance song; recorded live in March 2022 in London

  • "Heartbreak (Make Me a Dancer) (Live at the London Palladium)" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on the album Sophie Ellis Bextor's Kitchen Disco Live at the London Palladium - electro-rock-disco version of her 2009 dance-pop song; recorded live in March 2022 in London

  • "Love is You (Live at the London Palladium)" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on the album Sophie Ellis Bextor's Kitchen Disco Live at the London Palladium - cover of Carol Williams' 1976 disco song; recorded live in March 2022 in London

  • "Crying at the Discotheque (Live at the London Palladium)" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on the album Sophie Ellis Bextor's Kitchen Disco Live at the London Palladium - cover of Alcazar's song; recorded live in March 2022 in London

  • "Yes Sir, I Can Boogie (Live at the London Palladium)" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on the album Sophie Ellis Bextor's Kitchen Disco Live at the London Palladium - cover of Baccara's 1977 hit; recorded live in March 2022 in London

  • "Medley: Get Over You / Lady (Hear Me Tonight) / Groovejet (If This Ain't Love) / Sing It Back (Live at the London Palladium)" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on the album Sophie Ellis Bextor's Kitchen Disco Live at the London Palladium - electro-disco medley of songs by herself and Modjo; recorded live in March 2022 in London

  • "Night Fever (Live in Aspen)" by Lotus, on the album Belly Up: Aspen, CO, October 29-30, 2022 - electro-disco; recorded live in October 2022 in Colorado

  • "Shimmer and Out (Live)" by Lotus, on the album Summerdance 9.4.2022 - rock-disco-fusion - recorded live in September 2022

  • "Shimmer and Out (Live in Aspen)" by Lotus, on the album Belly Up: Aspen, CO, October 29-30, 2022 - rock-disco-fusion; recorded live in October 2022 in Colorado

  • "Got the Love" by Homegrown Syndrome - funky electro-disco; recorded in the early 1980s but first released in February 2022 by Athens of the North

  • "Surrender to Me" by FireCityFunk - funky electro-disco; recorded in 1978 but first released in February 2022

  • "Your Love I Give It Up" by The Entertains - disco-soul; recorded in 1978 but first released in June 2022 by Soul Junction Records; partly covers Richie Merrett's 1973 song "I Gave It Up" but many words are different

  • "Funky Way to Treat Me" by Roz Ryan (a.k.a. Rosalyn Bowen) - funky disco; recorded in 1980 but first released in July 2022 by the record label Super Disco Edits

  • "Skarb (czołówka)" by Henryk Debich, Orkiestra Polskiego Radia i Telewizji w Łodzi, on the album Majówka - recorded in 1979 but first released in August 2022 by GAD Records

  • "Parada gwiazd" by Henryk Debich, Orkiestra Polskiego Radia i Telewizji w Łodzi, on the album Majówka - recorded in 1979 but first released in August 2022 by GAD Records

  • "Dykteryjka" by Henryk Debich, Orkiestra Polskiego Radia i Telewizji w Łodzi, on the album Majówka - electro-disco; recorded in 1979 but first released in August 2022 by GAD Records

  • "Sir Steve" by Henryk Debich, Orkiestra Polskiego Radia i Telewizji w Łodzi, on the album Majówka - jazzy disco influenced by "Sir Duke" by Stevie Wonder; recorded in 1979 but first released in August 2022 by GAD Records

  • "Hotel klasy lux" by Henryk Debich, Orkiestra Polskiego Radia i Telewizji w Łodzi, as a bonus track on the CD version of the album Majówka - recorded in 1979 but first released in August 2022 by GAD Records

  • "I've Been There Before (Version 2)" by Richie Weeks - funky electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in September 2022 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 1

  • "The Beat of the Times (Version 2)" by Richie Weeks - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in September 2022 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 1

  • "Find That Disco Rhythm (Version 2)" by Richie Weeks featuring Tanyetta Whilloughby - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in September 2022 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 1

  • "At the Disco" by Richie Weeks featuring Tanyayette Willoughby - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in September 2022 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 1

  • "Love Magician (Version 2 and Version 4 Richie's Vocal Mix)" by Richie Weeks featuring Tanyayette Willoughby - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in September 2022 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 1

  • "Who Cares? (Version 4)" by Richie Weeks featuring Leroy Burgess - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in September 2022 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 1

  • "How Many Times? (Version 4)" by Richie Weeks featuring Tanyayette Willoughby - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in September 2022 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 1

  • "I'll Keep You Up" by Richie Weeks featuring female singers - electro-disco-soul; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in September 2022 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 1

    "Deep Fried Disco" by Tanzer is electrodance-pop with real strings, guitar, and saxophone but an electronic bassline. "Discoman" by French Braids is electrodance.


    Disco Music released during 2023:

  • "Flowers" by Miley Cyrus (a.k.a. Destiny Hope Cyrus), on the album Endless Summer Vacation - disco-pop; reached #1 Pop in the U.S. (Billboard Hot 100 chart) in January 2023, #1 Pop in Canada in January 2023, #1 Pop in the UK in January 2023, #1 Pop in Australia in January 2023

  • "Dance the Night" by Dua Lipa, on the album Barbie: The Album - disco-pop; reached #1 Pop in the UK in August 2023, #4 Pop in Canada in 2023, #6 Pop in the U.S. in 2023

  • "Shout From the Rooftop" by [Julia] Axnér

  • "True Love" by Girl Ray, on the album Prestige - mellow electro-disco

  • "The Talented Mr Adams" by AC Soul Symphony, on the album Metamorphosis

  • "The Philly Avengers" by AC Soul Symphony, on the album Metamorphosis

  • "Seneca Village" by AC Soul Symphony, on the album Metamorphosis

  • "Tradewinds" by AC Soul Symphony, on the album Metamorphosis

  • "It's Got to be Love" by AC Soul Symphony, on the album Metamorphosis

  • "The Mystery, the Moment" by AC Soul Symphony, on the album Metamorphosis - jazzy disco

  • "Manhattan Skyline" by AC Soul Symphony, on the album Metamorphosis - cover of David Shire's 1977 song

  • "AC Express" by AC Soul Symphony, on the album Metamorphosis

  • "Moonlight" by Poolside, on the album Blame It All On Love - electro-disco

  • "Electric Fish" by Ana Frango Elétrico (a.k.a. Ana Faria Fainguelernt), on the album Me Chama De Gato Que Eu Sou Sua - electro-disco

  • "Turn Down the Lights" by Jéroboam - electro-disco

  • "Miracles" by East Coast Love Affair - electro-disco

  • "Smooth Sweet Talker (Original Mix and Extended Mix)" by Young Pulse and Fleur De Mur - electro-disco

  • "The Sun (Original Mix and Yuksek Remix)" by Lovetempo (a.k.a. Mattie Safer), on the EP Lovetempo - electro-disco

  • "The One" by Lovetempo (a.k.a. Mattie Safer), on the EP Lovetempo - mellow electro-disco

  • "Down at the Club" by Tito Lopez Combo, on the album On the Trail... - electro-disco

  • "Awkward Disco" by The Funky Red Pandas, on the EP Big Willie Funk - electro-rock-disco-fusion

  • "Pachinko" by Raspberry Pie - rock-disco-pop

  • "Doktor Civanım" by Altin Gün, on the album Aşk - Turkish electro-disco

  • "Maledetta Discoteca" by Funkool Orchestra - Italian funky electro-disco

  • "Tiene 'O Tiempo" by Funkool Orchestra - Italian electro-disco

  • "You Can Do It" by Fabio Santanna, on the album Asa - electro-disco in English and Portuguese from Brazil

  • "Bad Girl" by Andromeda Orchestra, on the EP Mozambique

  • "Mozambique" by Andromeda Orchestra, on the EP Mozambique - electro-disco

  • "Fantasy" by Faze Action - electro-disco

  • "Seven Miles" by Blowsom - electro-disco-pop

  • "Love! Love! Love!" by Blowsom and Anaïs - electro-disco-pop

  • "Starring" by Insooni - Korean disco-pop

  • "Flower of Love" by Oh Yoojin - Korean disco-pop

  • "Geumjigog" by Tae Hwa Yoon, on the EP Prologue - Korean rock-disco-pop-fusion

  • "Twelve Questions of Life" by Kim Tae-yeon, on the EP Go gae ta ryung - Korean-flavored disco-pop in Korean

  • "Ppangppanghage sal-abose" by Dahyun Kim - Korean-flavored rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Sweet Venom" by Enhypen, on the album Orange Blood - electro-disco-pop in Korean and English; also released in a fully English version

  • "Flirt" by K.vsh and Hyesung, on the EP Casual - electro-disco-pop in Korean and English

  • "Stay Healthy" by Shin Seung Tae, on the album Flower Called You - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop-fusion

  • "Dear Love" by Jin Uk, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 3 - Korean electro-disco-pop cover of Kim Youngim's 2014 song "Salangnim"

  • "You are the Best" by An Seonghun, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 3 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Kim Heejae's 2021 song

  • "Period of Spring Poverty" by Park Seo-jin, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 7 - Korean-flavored electro-disco-pop in Korean; cover of Jeong Dong Won's 2020 song

  • "Do Not U Turn" by Park Sung On, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 8 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Bing Bing Bing" by Park Ji Hyeon, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 8 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop-fusion cover of Kim Yon-Ja's 2011 song

  • "By Chance" by An Seonghun, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 9 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Good Day" by Park Sung On, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 9 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "It's Just Like You and Me" by Park Sun On, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 10 - Korean-flavored electro-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Casanova" by Choi Soo Ho, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 11 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Crossing the Hill of Bakdaljae in Tears" by Park Sung On, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 11 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Trust Me" by Park Seo Jin, on the EP Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 12 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Pig Rabbit" by Park Sung On, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 13 - Korean electro-disco-pop cover of the 2021 song by Dahyun Kim and Kang Hye Yeon

  • "As the First Feeling" by Jae Ha, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 13 - Korean electro-disco-pop cover of Heo Sol-ji's 2008 song

  • "Jinttobaegi" by Park Seo Jin, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 14 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Lee Chanwon's 2020 song

  • "First Affection" by Park Ji Hyeon, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 19 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Maiden Farmer" by Park Seo Jin, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 20 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "I Miss You My Love" by Choo Hyeokjin, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 22 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Life is a Waterwheel" by Park Sung On, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 24 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Seagull Love" by Choo Hyeokjin, on the album Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 25 - Korean electro-disco-pop; cover of Shin Seong's 2020 song

  • "You Are Perfect" by Hwang Min Hoo, on the album Music Source of Mr. Trot 2 Team Medley Mission Best, Pt. 1 - Korean disco-pop

  • "I Love You" by Jang Song Ho and Song Do Hyun, on the album Music Source of Mr. Trot 2 Team Medley Mission Best, Pt. 1 - Korean rock-disco-pop

  • "An Odious Man" by Song Do Hyun, on the album Music Source of Mr. Trot 2 Team Medley Mission Best, Pt. 1 - Korean disco-pop cover of Yu Jina's 2016 song

  • "Get Up" by Song Min Jun, Sunyoul, Marcus Kang, Ha Dong Geun, and Oh Chan Seong, on the album Music Source of Mr. Trot 2 Team Medley Mission Best, Pt. 1 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "A Woman of My Own" by Oh Chan Seong, Ha Dong Geun, and Sunyoul, on the album Music Source of Mr. Trot 2 Team Medley Mission Best, Pt. 1 - Korean disco-pop cover of Youngtak's 2021 song

  • "Fancy Life" by Song Min Jun, Sunyoul, Marcus Kang, Ha Dong Geun, and Oh Chan Seong, on the album Music Source of Mr. Trot 2 Team Medley Mission Best, Pt. 1 - Korean disco-pop

  • "What's There to Life" by Ahn Sung Hoon (An Seonghun), Na Sang Do, Han Taei, Im Chan, and Park Sung On, on the album Music Source of Mr. Trot 2 Team Medley Mission Best, Pt. 1 - Korean rock-disco-pop

  • "Dear Love" by Ha Dong Geun, on the album Best of Mr. Trot 2 Preliminary, Pt. 3 - Korean electro-disco-pop cover of Kim Youngim's 2014 song "Salangnim"

  • "You Can't Leave" by Park Ji Hyeon, on the album Best of Mr. Trot 2 1:1 Death Match, Pt. 2 - Korean disco-pop-fusion

  • "My Starry Love" by Han Soo Jung, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 1:1 Survival Best, Pt. 2 - Korean-flavored disco-pop in Korean

  • "My Geomungo" by Gu Min Seon, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 1:1 Survival Best, Pt. 2 - Korean rock-disco-pop

  • "My Mother" by Park Sung On, on the album Music Source of Tralala Brothers Best, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Youngtak's 2020 song

  • "A Friend Who is Like a Medicine" by An Seonghun, on the album Music Source of Tralala Brothers Best, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "The Elevator, Not the Stairs" by Park Sung On, on the album Music Source of Tralala Brothers Best, Pt. 3 - Korean mellow electro-disco-pop

  • "Dance Tonight" by An Seonghun, on the album Music Source of Tralala Brothers Best, Pt. 4 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop-fusion

  • "My Princess" by Choi Soo Ho, on the album Music Source of Tralala Brothers Best, Pt. 4 - Korean rock-disco-pop-fusion

  • "Within 10 Minutes" by An Seonghun, on the album Music Source of Tralala Brothers Best, Pt. 5 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "I'm Gonna Live in Style" by An Seonghun, on the album Music Source of Tralala Brothers Best, Pt. 8 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "In Bloom" by Park Sung On, on the album Music Source of Tralala Brothers Best, Pt. 8 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Give Back" by Choi U Seon and Park Ji Soo, on the album Show Queen 3 Round, Pt. 2 - Korean rock-disco-pop

  • "Dear Love" by Seo Arim and Kim Joo Eun, on the album Show Queen 3 Round, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-disco-pop cover of Kim Youngim's 2014 song "Salangnim"

  • "A Night Train" by Yoyomi, on the album Queen of Diva Preliminary Match, Pt. 1 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop-fusion

  • "My Mother" by Han Bom, on the album Queen of Diva Preliminary Match, Pt. 1 - Korean-flavored electro-disco-pop in Korean; cover of Youngtak's 2020 song

  • "Geonmungya" by Kim Ji-hyun, on the album Queen of Diva Preliminary Match, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Wind Wind Wind" by Hi_ryang, on the album Queen of Diva Preliminary Match, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Youthful Arirang" by Lee Seung Hwan, on the album Fire Trot 1:1 Rivals Round, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Lady of Samba" by Lumin, on the album Fire Trot Team Death Match, Pt. 2 and 1:1 Rivals Round - Korean electro-latin-disco-pop-fusion

  • "With Lover" by Enoch, on the album Fire Trot Semi-Finals, Three Legends Round, Pt. 2 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "On a Burning Tuesday Night" by Gong Hoon, on the album Fire Trot Final Round New Song Mission - Korean rock-disco-pop-fusion

  • "Burning Man" by Enoch, on the album Fire Trot Final Round New Song Mission - Korean disco-pop-fusion

  • "Flowers" by Dallas String Quartet - instrumental disco cover of Miley Cyrus' hit

  • "Flowers (Italiano)" by Stefano Syzer Germanotta - Italian electro-disco-pop version of Miley Cyrus' hit

  • "Glamour Profession" by Elevated Spirits featuring Andy Suzuki, on the album Steely Elevator - mostly-instrumental jazzy electro-disco cover of Steely Dan's 1980 song

  • "Good Times" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album October to December 2022 - electro-disco version of Chic's hit

  • "Street Player" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album July to September 2023 - electro-disco cover of Chicago's 1979 song

  • "Y.M.C.A." by Geek Music - electro-disco cover of the Village People hit

  • "Rasputin" by Geek Music - Russian-flavored electro-disco cover of Boney M's hit

  • "Night Fever" by Geek Music - electro-disco cover of the Bee Gees hit

  • "Livingston Storm (Live in Pittsburgh)" by Lotus, on the album Live in Steel City - electro-rock-disco; recorded live in February 2023 in Pennsylvania

  • "Livingston Storm (Live in Port Chester)" by Lotus, on the album Live May 5-6, 2023 - electro-rock-disco; recorded live in May 2023 in New York

  • "Livingston Storm (Live in Garrettsville)" by Lotus, on the album Summerdance 2023 - Sunday - electro-rock-disco; recorded live in September 2023 in Ohio

  • "Umbilical Moonset (Live in Pittsburgh)" by Lotus, on the album Live in Steel City - electro-rock-disco; recorded live in February 2023 in Pennsylvania

  • "Umbilical Moonset (Live in Garrettsville)" by Lotus, on the album Summerdance 2023 - Sunday - electro-rock-disco-fusion; recorded live in September 2023 in Ohio

  • "Bellwether Ending (Live in Pittsburgh)" by Lotus, on the album Live in Steel City - electro-rock-disco; recorded live in February 2023 in Pennsylvania

  • "Shimmer and Out (Live in Pittsburgh)" by Lotus, on the album Live in Steel City - rock-disco-fusion; recorded live in February 2023 in Pennsylvania

  • "Shimmer and Out (Live in Denver)" by Lotus, on the album Live in Denver April 21-22, 2023 - rock-disco-fusion; recorded live in April 2023 in Colorado

  • "Love Swim (Live in Garrettsville)" by Lotus, on the album Summerdance 2023 - Saturday - electro-rock-disco; recorded live in September 2023 in Ohio

  • "You Should Be Dancing (Live in Denver)" by Lotus, on the album Live in Denver April 21-22, 2023 - electro-rock-disco cover of the 1976 Bee Gees hit; recorded live in April 2023 in Colorado

  • "You Should Be Dancing (Live in Garrettsville)" by Lotus, on the album Summerdance 2023 - Sunday - electro-rock-disco cover of the 1976 Bee Gees hit; recorded live in September 2023 in Ohio

  • "AM Funk" by Ben[jamin Robinson] and the Tight Squeeze Band - electro-disco; recorded well before 2023 but first released in March 2023 by Athens of the North

  • "GLBTM (Studio Outtakes)" by Daft Punk - recorded before 2014 but first released in May 2023 on the album Random Access Memories: Expanded 10th Anniversary Edition

  • "Prime (2012 Unfinished)" by Daft Punk - recorded in 2012 but first released in May 2023 on the album Random Access Memories: Expanded 10th Anniversary Edition

  • "So Much Funkin' Fun (Version 2)" by Richie Weeks - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in August 2023 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 2

  • "Lover Lover, You Found the Groove" by Richie Weeks - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in August 2023 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 2

  • "Can't Fight the Feeling" by Richie Weeks - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in August 2023 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 2

  • "Praying for a Slow Dance (Version 3)" by Richie Weeks - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in August 2023 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 2

  • "Fire Down Below (Version 2 and Version 3)" - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in August 2023 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 2

  • "Loose Joints (Version 3 and Version 6)" - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in August 2023 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 2

  • "My Baby Loves To Freak" by Richie Weeks and Co. - electro-disco; recorded in 1978 or 1979 but first released in August 2023 by Past Due Records on the compilation album The Love Magician Archives: Disco New York City 1978-79 Vol. 2

  • "You Shake Them Things" by Synod - electro-disco; recorded sometime between 1976-1985 but first released in October 2023 by Tramp Records on the compilation album Can You Feel It? Vol. 4: Modern Soul, Disco and Boogie 1976-85

  • "Laura" by Wilkie and the Wayy - recorded around the early 1980s but first released in December 2023 by Peoples Potential Unlimited on the compilation album Love Juices

  • "Those Passing Words" by The Ellis Hall Group - disco-soul; recorded in 1978 but first released in December 2023 by Ellis Hall Records

    "So Real" by 79.5 is a wonderful electro-disco-flavored soul song with bass by Andrew Raposo and flute by Izaak Mills but only 106 BPM.


    Disco Music released during 2024:

  • "In Love Again" by Norma Jean Wright - electro-disco

  • "Lights Out" by Nubiyan Twist featuring Nile Rodgers, on the album Find Your Flame - jazzy electro-disco

  • "Body Pillow" by Raspberry Pie

  • "Love Will Change Ya Mind (Original Mix)" by Fleur De Mur - electro-disco

  • "All Or Nothing" by Bomel and Fleur De Mur, on the album Wake Up Fall (Deluxe Edition) - electro-disco

  • "Celebrate" by Bomel featuring Bellaire, on the album Wake Up Fall (Deluxe Edition) - electro-disco

  • "Somebody to Love" by Bomel, on the album Wake Up Fall (Deluxe Edition)

  • "Burning in Flames" by Kaiser Chiefs, on the album Easy Eighth Album - disco-pop

  • "Political Incorrect" by Ibibio Sound Machine, on the album Pull the Rope - mellow electro-disco

  • "Che E' Stato?" by Modula featuring Gino Soccio - Italian electro-disco-fusion

  • "Think About" by Moon Byul, on the album Starlit of Muse - electro-disco-pop in Korean and English

  • "Touchin and Movin" by Moon Byul, on the album Starlit of Muse - electro-disco-pop-fusion in Korean and English

  • "Maenballo" by Bae Jina - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Jackpot Disco" by Park Seo Jin - Korean disco-pop

  • "Boating Song" by Park Seo Jin, on the EP Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 33 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Even the Moon is Bright" by Jin Hae-Sung, on the EP Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 33 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Pretty Woman" by Park Ji Hyeon, on the EP Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 33 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Cry! Hot Tempest!" by Park Seo Jin, on the EP Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 36 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Second Half" by Nasangdo, on the EP Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 36 - Korean-flavored electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Youth Train" by Park Seo Jin, on the EP Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 37 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Don't Stop Me" by Park Seo Jin, on the EP Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 40 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Oak-Yi" by Jin Hae-Sung, on the EP Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 41 - Korean-flavored electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Love Fire" by Jin Hae-Sung, on the EP Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 42 - Korean-flavored electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "First Train" by Choi Soo Ho, on the EP Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 45 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "You Mean That Goes" by Park Seo Jin, on the EP Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 45 - Korean electro-disco-pop

  • "Broken Clock" by Park Seo Jin, on the EP Music Source of Mr.Lotto Best, Pt. 48 - Korean electro-disco-pop; presumably a cover of Kim Yon-Ja's 2011 song

  • "It's Not" by Bin Ye Seo, Park Sung On, and Yoon Seo Ryung, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 Rival Match Triangle Battle - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "The Man" by Na Young, Park Ji Hyeon, and Kim So Yeon, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 Rival Match Triangle Battle - Korean rock-disco-pop

  • "Love Wind" by Kim So Yeon, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 1:1 Rival Match BEST - Korean-flavored disco-pop in Korean

  • "Father's River" by Kim So Yeon, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 - 1:1 Survival Best Pt. 3, Team Mission Best Pt. 1 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Play the Music" by Jin Hye Eon, Oh Yoojin, Kim So Yeon, Go Ah In, Bin Ye Seo, Chae Soo Hyun, and Kim Na Yul, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 - 1:1 Survival Best Pt. 3, Team Mission Best Pt. 1 - Korean electro-disco-pop-fusion

  • "Unpredictable" by Gu Min Seon, Bang Seo Hee, Lee Soo Yeon, and Han Soo Jung, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 Team Mission Best Pt. 2, 1:1 Death Match Best Pt. 1 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Young Master" by Bin Ye Seo, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 Team Mission Best Pt. 2, 1:1 Death Match Best Pt. 1 - Korean-flavored rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "A West Wind" by Yoon Soo Ryung, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 1:1 Death Match Best, Pt. 2 - Korean-flavored rock-disco-pop in Korean

  • "Princess" by Oh Yoojin, Yeom Yu Ri, Kim Na Yul, and Yu Soohyun, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 Team Medley Mission Best, Pt. 1 - Korean disco-pop

  • "Bring Back My Youth" by Miss Kim and Bin Ye Seo, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 Team Medley Mission Best, Pt. 1 - Korean rock-disco-pop

  • "Hwang Jin Yi" by Bok Ji Eun, Lee Harin, Miss Kim, and Bin Ye Seo, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 Team Medley Mission Best, Pt. 1 - Korean electro-disco-pop; may be a cover of Kim Youngim's 2014 song

  • "Youth Train" by Bok Ji Eun, Lee Harin, Miss Kim, and Bin Ye Seo, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 Team Medley Mission Best, Pt. 1 - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Hani Hani" by Yoon Seo Ryung, Na Young, Hwa Yeon, and Kwak Ji-eun, on the album Music Source of Ms.Trot3 Team Medley Mission Best, Pt. 1 - Korean rock-disco-pop

  • "An Odious Man" by Kim So U, Mask Girl, and Shin Mirae, on the album Queen of Diva Team Mission - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Yu Jina's 2016 song

  • "You Are My Man" by Maria and Hi_ryang, on the album Queen of Diva Semi-Final Challenge - Korean disco-pop

  • "18 Year Old Sun-I" by Kang Hye-yeon, on the album Queen of Diva Semi-Final Challenge - Korean electro-disco-pop cover of Yang Ji Eun's song

  • "Casanova" by Duri, on the album Queen of Diva Semi-Final 1 Round - Korean electro-disco-pop cover of Choi Soo Ho's 2023 song

  • "Namiga" by Jeon Yu Jin, on the album Queen of Diva Semi-Final 1 Round - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop-fusion

  • "Disco" by Kang Hye-yeon, on the album Queen of Diva Semi-Final 2 Round - disco-pop-fusion in English and Korean

  • "Coin Life" by Lyn, on the album Queen of Diva Final 1 Round - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop cover of Sonbin-ah's 2020 song

  • "It's a Wonderful Life" by Kim Yang, Lyn, Maijin, Byeol Sarang, and Jeon Yu Jin, on the album Queen of Diva Final 2 Round - Korean electro-rock-disco-pop

  • "Murder on the Dancefloor (Triple J Like a Version)" by Royel Otis - electro-rock-disco version of Sophie Ellis-Bextor's 2001 disco hit

  • "Murder on the Dancefloor" by Martin Urrutia - electro-disco cover of Sophie Ellis-Bextor's 2001 disco hit

  • "Murder on the Dancefloor" by Brown Eyed Girl - cover of Sophie Ellis-Bextor's 2001 disco hit

  • "Murder on the Dancefloor" by Geek Music - electro-rock-disco cover of Sophie Ellis Bextor's 2001 disco hit

  • "The Theme From Fame" by Geek Music - electro-rock-disco cover of Irene Cara's 1980 hit

  • "Macho Man" by Geek Music - electro-disco cover of the Village People hit

  • "Celebration" by Geek Music - electro-disco cover of the 1980 Kool and the Gang hit

  • "Fresh" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album October to December 2023 - electro-disco cover of Kool and the Gang's 1984 hit

  • "I Want Your Love" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album October to December 2023 - electro-disco cover of Chic's 1978 disco hit

  • "And the Beat Goes On" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album October to December 2023 - electro-disco cover of the Whispers' hit

  • "Le Freak" by Hindley Street Country Club, on the album January to March 2024 - funky electro-disco cover of Chic's 1978 hit

    "Baby I Got You" by Deborah Deluxe is disco-styled but only 105 BPM. "Believe in Love Again" by Discoslapers is likewise only 105 BPM. "Nerima" by Raspberry Pie is electrodance with real rhythm and rock guitars.

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    Some Disco Moments from the 2020s

  • Miley Cyrus's disco song "Flowers" won the 2024 Grammy Awards for Record of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance on February 4, 2024.
  • Lizzo's disco song "About Damn Time" won the 2023 Grammy Award for Record of the Year on February 5, 2023.
  • Lizzo's disco song "About Damn Time" was played during the pre-game montage on Hockey Night on the television channel Sportsnet on October 15, 2022 for their 70th anniversary.
  • A 2021 Peleton radio ad had Boney M's disco song "Sunny" playing in the background.
  • A YouTube ad for The Official Guide to New York City (nycgo.com) has "Good Times" by Chic playing.
  • The 2020 film Bahut Hua Samman's soundtrack included the classic Indian disco songs "Main Gul Badan" by Usha Uthup (1984) and "Boogie Boogie" (originally titled "Bugi Bugi") by Asha Bhosle and Bappi Lahiri (1986).
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor's 2001 disco hit "Murder on the Dancefloor" plays during the final scene in the 2023 film Saltburn.
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor sang her disco hit "Murder on the Dancefloor" at the 77th British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) on February 18, 2024.


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