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During this period, the disco world continued to thrive, both in recording studios and live concerts, from Brazil to the U.K., from the USA to Sweden. Among the best new disco songs from the middle of the 2000s are "I Realized" by Jiva, "Pra você voltar" by Banda Rod Hanna, and "Golden Cage" by The Whitest Boy Alive.

Disco Music released during 2004:

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  • "New Kind of Medicine" by Sheila Ferguson, on the album New Kind of Medicine - cover of Ultra Nate's 1998 disco track

  • "Don't Think About It" by Sheila Ferguson, on the album New Kind of Medicine - R&B-disco

  • "Soy tu Venus" a.k.a. "Soy tu Venus por está noche" by Baccara, on the album Soy tu Venus - disco in Spanish and English

  • "Ocean of Love and Devotion" by Baccara, on the album Soy tu Venus - disco-house

  • "Finally" by Fredrik Kempe, on the album Bohème - disco-pop; reached #18 Pop in Sweden in March 2004

  • "En Gång För Alla" by Nina [Inhammar] and Kim [Kärnfalk], on the album Bortom tid och rum - Swedish disco-pop

  • "I Realized" by Jiva - electro-disco; also known as the "Extended Mix", it differs from the slower "Twilight Bossa Mix"

  • "Keep Pretending" by The General - electro-disco

  • "Lucky Guy" by Maxwell Johnson - disco version of the 2003 song by The General

  • "Rockin 2 Ya" by Carla Lavern - electro-disco

  • "I Got the Feelin'" by HC Gold and Blade - electro-disco-pop

  • "It's in the Stars" by LaGaylia Frazier, on the compilation Melodifestivalen 2004: 32 Songs from the Swedish National Final - electro-disco-pop

  • "Diskossa" by G-Litter - country-flavored disco

  • "Pra você voltar" by Banda Rod Hanna, on the album Discofesta 70's 80's Superhits 2 - Portuguese disco from Brazil

  • "Celebration" by Banda Rod Hanna, on the album Discofesta 70's 80's Superhits 2 - cover of the 1980 Kool and the Gang hit; recorded live in Brazil

  • "Ladies' Night" by Banda Rod Hanna, on the album Discofesta 70's 80's Superhits 2 - cover of the 1979 Kool and the Gang hit; recorded live in Brazil

  • "Young Hearts Run Free" by Banda Rod Hanna, on the album Discofesta 70's 80's Superhits 2 - electro-disco cover of the 1976 Candi Staton hit; recorded live in Brazil

  • "Zodiacs" by Banda Rod Hanna, on the album Discofesta 70's 80's Superhits 2 - electro-disco cover of the Roberta Kelly tune; recorded live in Brazil

  • "It's Raining Men" by Banda Rod Hanna, on the album Discofesta 70's 80's Superhits 2 - electro-disco version of the 1982 Weather Girls hit; recorded live in Brazil

  • "I'm So Glad That I'm a Woman" by Banda Rod Hanna, on the album Discofesta 70's 80's Superhits 2 - cover of the 1979 song by Love Unlimited; recorded live in Brazil

  • "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" by Banda Rod Hanna, on the album Discofesta 70's 80's Superhits 2 - electro-disco version of the 1967 Frankie Valli classic; recorded live in Brazil

  • "I Am What I Am" by Banda Rod Hanna, on the album Discofesta 70's 80's Superhits 2 - rock-disco version of the song from the musical "La cage aux folles"; recorded live in Brazil

  • "Bette Davis Eyes" by Banda Rod Hanna, on the album Discofesta 70's 80's Superhits 2 - rock-disco version of the 1981 hit by Kim Carnes; recorded live in Brazil

  • "We Will Turn You On" by Joey Negro presents the Sunburst Band, on the album Until the End of Time - electro-disco; uses the bassline from "The Awakening" by the Reddings

  • "Just Do It" by Joey Negro presents the Sunburst Band, on the album Until the End of Time - electro-disco cover of the 1979 song "Don't Think About It" by Venise

  • "Fly Away" by Joey Negro presents the Sunburst Band, on the album Until the End of Time - disco-house

  • "INKhUK" by Jason Forrest, on the album The Unrelenting Songs of the 1979 Post Disco Crash

  • "Body Request" by Har Mar Superstar (a.k.a. Sean Tillmann), on the album The Handler - electro-disco-pop

  • "Car Wash (Shark Tale Mix)" by Christina Aguilera and Missy Elliott, on the movie soundtrack album Shark Tale - electro-disco remake of the 1976 Rose Royce classic, with an extra rap section; reached #2 Pop in Australia in October 2004, #4 Pop in the U.K. in November 2004

  • "New York City Rhythm" by Barry Manilow, on the album 2 Nights Live - disco version of his up-tempo 1975 hit; recorded live in August 2002 in New Jersey

  • "They Dance!" by Barry Manilow, on the album 2 Nights Live - reprise of his 2001 disco track; recorded live in August 2002 in New Jersey

  • "Stomp!" by the Brothers Johnson, on the album Strawberry Letter 23: Live - electro-disco reprise of their 1980 disco hit; recorded live in May 2003 in California

  • "We Are Family" by Sister Sledge, on the compilation Superstars of Seventies Soul: Live - reprise of their 1978 disco hit; recorded live in December 2003 in New Jersey

  • "Hold Back the Night" by the Trammps, on the compilation Superstars of Seventies Soul: Live - reprise of their 1975 disco hit; recorded live in December 2003 in New Jersey

  • "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" by McFadden and Whitehead, on the compilation Superstars of Seventies Soul: Live - reprise of their 1979 disco hit; recorded live in December 2003 in New Jersey

  • "Rock Your Baby" by George McCrae, on the compilation Superstars of Seventies Soul: Live - mellow disco reprise of his 1974 electro-disco hit; recorded live in December 2003 in New Jersey

  • "Right Back Where We Started From" by Maxine Nightingale, on the compilation Superstars of Seventies Soul: Live - reprise of her 1975 Motown-flavored disco/R&B hit; recorded live in December 2003 in New Jersey

  • "Heart of Glass" by Blondie, on the album Live By Request - reprise of their 1979 electro-punk-disco hit; recorded live in May 2004

  • "Another One Bites the Dust" by Queen, on the album Queen On Fire - Live at the Bowl - reprise of their 1980 electro-rock-disco hit; recorded live in June 1982 in England

  • "Back Chat" by Queen, on the album Queen On Fire - Live at the Bowl - reprise of their 1982 electro-rock-disco song; recorded live in June 1982 in England

  • "What About My Love (Joey Negro Re-Edit)" by Johnnie Taylor, on some editions of the compilation Kings of Disco - disco remix of his 1982 soul track

  • "Yediveren Gülü (Disco Versiyon by Çağri Kodamanoğlu)" by Sibel Tüzün, on the album Kıpkırmızı - Turkish disco-house-pop

  • "Deeper in Love" by Bobby and Steve featuring Barbara Tucker and Brian Chambers - disco-house

  • "3am" by Bobby Blanco and Miki Moto - disco-house

  • "Just Let It Happen" by Danism featuring Rob Harris and Heidi Vogel - disco-house

  • "C'est La Vie (Jon Cutler Remix)" by Kim English - disco-house

  • "The Moon and the Spoon" by Hott 22 - disco-house

  • "Disco Creep (DJ Hunt's Funked Out Mix)" by Funkin' Stylus - disco-house

  • "All This Time" by Kurtis featuring William White - disco-house

  • "Strong Man (For Real) (Remix by Matthias Helibronn: Matt's Love from NYC Mix)" by Dimitri from Paris featuring Omar - disco-house

  • "Make You Happy" by Al Kent - disco-house

  • "Enjoy It Now" by Tortured Soul, on the album Introducing - disco-house

  • "You Lift Me Up (Pound Boys Main Mix)" by Norma Jean Wright - jazzy disco-house

  • "Shy" by Soul Vigilantes featuring Jocelyn Medina - jazzy disco-house

  • "Lifts Me Up" by Audiowhores and Groove Assassin - jazzy disco-house

  • "Saturday Night Experience (Shelter Vocal)" by Jody Watley - jazzy disco-house remix of her 2003 track

  • "You Don't Know My Name (Mutha Funkin' Keys House Mix a.k.a. DJ Spen Remix)" by Alicia Keys - disco-house remix of her 2003 soul hit

  • "Celebration" by Lulu and the London Community Gospel Choir, on the album Kool and the Gang - The Hits Reloaded - disco-house cover of the 1980 Kool and the Gang hit

  • "It's You" by Sin Plomo featuring Janet Taylor - disco-house version of Sister Sledge's "Thinking of You", with partially different lyrics

  • "S.U.M.O. Re-bounce" by Dalminjo - disco-house in Spanish

  • "Once in a Lifetime" by Stonebridge featuring Da Yeene, on the album Can't Get Enough - disco-house

  • "I Feel for You (I Feel 4 Disco Mix)" by Bob Sinclar

  • "Love on the Dancefloor" by Dub Kult featuring Francesca Sciacca - electro-disco; samples Ahzz's 1981 track "New York Moving"

    "Take Me Out" by Franz Ferdinand is rock-dance. "Vindictive Disco" by Campag Velocet is hard rock. "Disco Eskimo" by Joe Montana, "Disco Jojo" by DJ Andy Garcia, "Disco Diary" by Poumtchak, "Copacabana 2005" by Barry Manilow, "What You Waiting For" by Gwen Stefani, and "Take Me to the Disco" by Deepswing featuring Donna Washington are house. "Disco Lunar Module" by Alden Tyrell and "In the Disco" by Deen are techno. "Roller Disco" by Goldie Lookin' Chain and "Disco Inferno" by 50 Cent are rap. "Misty Disco" by Misty Dixon is electro-dance-pop. "Flawless (Go to the City)" by George Michael is house with a touch of electro. "Comfortably Numb" by Scissor Sisters and "Electric Disco Tease" by Silver Sonic are electro-dance. Viola Wills released an electro-dance version of Stephanie Mills's 1980 hit "Never Knew Love Like This Before". "After Dark" by Le Tigre is electro-rock-dance. "You're Dead, Let's Disco" by Beans is eclectic dance music.


    Disco Music released during 2005:

  • "(Don't) Give Hate a Chance" by Jamiroquai, on the album Dynamite - reached #27 Pop in the U.K. in November 2005

  • "Time Won't Wait" by Jamiroquai, on the album Dynamite

  • "Dynamite" by Jamiroquai, on the album Dynamite - electro-disco-funk

  • "Starchild" by Jamiroquai, on the album Dynamite - disco-funk

  • "Será Mejor" by Muchachito Bombo Infierno, on the album Vamos Que Nos Vamos - funky electro-disco in Spanish

  • "Más Que Breve" by Muchachito Bombo Infierno, on the album Vamos Que Nos Vamos - disco in Spanish

  • "Damentag" by Tosca, on the album JAC - electro-disco

  • "Once You Find It (Main Vocal Mix)" by Pure Essence featuring D' Empress - electro-disco

  • "Te Quedas o Te Vas" by Belanova, on the album Dulce Beat - Spanish disco-house from Mexico

  • "Nightlights (Seamus Haji Vocal Mix, Seamus Haji Dub Mix, and Polyphonics Original Mix)" by Polyphonics featuring Hasina Sheik - disco-house

  • "Civil Unrest" by Kings of Tomorrow (Sandy Riviera), on the album Trouble - disco-house

  • "You Move (Fizz and Patrick Mix)" by Sleepy Brown - disco-house-soul remix of the sung portions of the 2003 jazzy soul-rap hit "The Way You Move" by Outkast featuring Sleepy Brown

  • "Don't Outstay Outside Tonight" by Pascal Rioux featuring Mister Day (a.k.a. Eric Duperray) - mellow electro-disco-soul

  • "Fa-Fa-Fa" by Datarock, on the album Datarock Datarock - electro-punk-disco

  • "Move On Up (Eric Kupper Vocal Mix)" by Curtis Mayfield, on the album Curtis Remixed - disco-house remix of his 1971 classic

  • "Release Yourself" by Roy Ayers - electro-disco-funk; recorded in 1980 or 1981, but first released in 2005 by Barely Breaking Even/Rapster UK on the compilation Virgin Ubiquity II: Unreleased Recordings 1976-1981

  • "I Like the Way You Do It to Me" by Roy Ayers - jazzy disco; disco beat only in the beginning section lasting about a minute; recorded between 1976 and 1981, but first released in 2005 by Barely Breaking Even/Rapster UK on the compilation Virgin Ubiquity II: Unreleased Recordings 1976-1981

  • "Third Time" by Roy Ayers - disco-soul; disco beat only in approximately the last 2 minutes and 25 seconds plus very brief sections earlier on; recorded between 1976 and 1980, but first released in 2005 by Barely Breaking Even/Rapster UK on the compilation Virgin Ubiquity II: Unreleased Recordings 1976-1981

  • "December, 1963" by the cast of the musical Jersey Boys, on the album Jersey Boys: Original Broadway Cast Recording - disco-pop version of "December 1963 (Oh, What a Night)" by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons

  • "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" by DJ Shadow presents various high school bands of the 1970s - disco cover of Rod Stewart's 1978 rock-disco hit; recorded in 1978 or 1979, but first released in 2005 by Cali-Tex Records on the compilation album Schoolhouse Funk II: Raw Business

  • "Disco Mania" by Brass Band Willebroek and Frans Violet, on the album Take It Easy

    "They're Building Walls Around Us Now" by Moneybrother is disco-influenced pop. Vanessa Williams' version of "Harvest for the World" is house, and her version of "Never Can Say Goodbye" is soul. "Hung Up" by Madonna, which samples a bit from ABBA's disco-pop hit "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)", is electro-dance. "Take Me Away" by Stonebridge featuring Therese is house. Rachel Panay's cover of Brenda K. Starr's "I Still Believe" is house. "Signs" by Snoop Dogg featuring Justin Timberlake and Charlie Wilson is a good disco-flavored R&B-rap hybrid. "My Body (Tu Cuerpo)" by Sweet Sensation featuring Betty D. is electro-dance with lyrics similar to the disco classic "Let's All Chant" by the Michael Zager Band. "Night of My Life" by Barbra Streisand is dance-pop. "G.A.Y." by Geri Halliwell is electro-dance-pop. "Disco Infiltrator" by LCD Soundsystem is electro-punk. "Future is in the Future" by Electric Six is electro-metal-dance-pop. The bizarre remake of "Boogie Oogie Oogie" by Fabolous and Keyshia Cole included on the "Roll Bounce" soundtrack is R&B with a combination of singing and rapping.


    Disco Music released during 2006:

  • "Karawane" by Escort

  • "Love in Indigo" by Escort

  • "Starlight (118 BPM Edit)" by Escort

  • "Starz In Their Eyes" by Just Jack, on the album Overtones - disco-pop; reached #2 Pop in the U.K. in January 2007

  • "Golden Cage" by The Whitest Boy Alive, on the album Dreams - rock-disco-pop

  • "Inflation" by The Whitest Boy Alive, on the album Dreams - rock-disco-pop

  • "Fireworks" by The Whitest Boy Alive, on the album Dreams - rock-disco-pop

  • "Princess Billionaire" by Malachi Constant, on the album Pride - electro-rock-disco

  • "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" by Paris Hilton, on the album Paris - electro-disco cover of Rod Stewart's 1978 hit "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?"

  • "I Walk Out" by TreeGees - electro-disco-pop

  • "Super Star" by Sibel Tüzün - Turkish-flavored disco-pop in Turkish; also released in an English version

  • "One Night Only (Disco Version)" by Beyoncé Knowles, Anika Noni Rose, and Sharon Leal, on the movie soundtrack album Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture - disco version of a song that was also recorded in a soul version

  • "Sensitivity" by Shapeshifters and Chic, on the album Sound Advice

  • "Incredible" by Shapeshifters, on the album Sound Advice - disco-house

  • "He's the Greatest Dancer by Dannii Minogue - disco-house remake of the Sister Sledge classic; reached #1 on the Upfront Club chart in the U.K.

  • "We Are Family" by Pat Boone (with Sister Sledge), on the album We Are Family: R&B Classics - electro-disco remake of Sister Sledge's 1978 hit

  • "Dante's Inferno: Introduction / Edge of Humanity / Beatrice / Dante, What You're Gonna Do? / The Power of Hell / Virgil, My Friend / In Circles / Where Are We Going? / This is Purgatory, We're Sorry! / Still in Purgatory / Eclipse of Love / Paradise" by Rice and Beans Orchestra - recorded in November and December 1978, but first released in July 2006 by GetDisconnected as the album suite Dante's Inferno

  • "The African Track (Original 1979 Track)" by Vincent Montana, Jr. - recorded in 1979, but first released in 2006 by Philly Sound Works as a single

  • "All We Need is Love" by Family Underground - electro-disco; recorded in 1979, but first released in 2006 by Hollygrove Records and BBQ Japan on the album Once in a Lifetime

  • "Everybody Dance" by Chic, on the album Night in Amsterdam: Live at the Paradisco July 17, 2005 a.k.a. Live in Amsterdam - electro-disco reprise of their 1977 hit; recorded live in July 2005 in Amsterdam, Netherlands; later re-released on the 2015 album An Evening With Chic

  • "Good Times" by Chic, on the album Night in Amsterdam: Live at the Paradisco July 17, 2005 a.k.a. Live in Amsterdam - electro-disco reprise of their 1979 hit; recorded live in July 2005 in Amsterdam, Netherlands; later re-released on the 2015 album An Evening With Chic

  • "We Are Family" by Chic, on the album Night in Amsterdam: Live at the Paradisco July 17, 2005 a.k.a. Live in Amsterdam - cover of Sister Sledge's 1978 hit; recorded live in July 2005 in Amsterdam, Netherlands; later re-released on the 2015 album An Evening With Chic

  • "He's the Greatest Dancer" by Chic, on the album Night in Amsterdam: Live at the Paradisco July 17, 2005 a.k.a. Live in Amsterdam - electro-disco cover of Sister Sledge's 1978 hit; recorded live in July 2005 in Amsterdam, Netherlands

    "I Saw Your Smile" by Oscar is disco-influenced house music. "I Don't Feel Like Dancing" by Scissor Sisters is electro-dance. "Dead as Disco" by Kezia is a joking electro-dance song. "Disco Friends" by Just Jack is a slow pop song. "Writer's Block" by Just Jack has disco influences. The original mix of "Starlight" by Escort is a nice funk tune that was the debut for that group. "Sunny" by Riverso is a disco-flavored electronic remake (with real rhythm guitar) of the song Boney M made into pure disco in the 1970s. "For the Love of Disco" by Family Underground (recorded in 1979) is electro-funk. "The Way It Is" by Donavon Frankenreiter is influenced by disco and soul.

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    Some Disco Moments from the mid-2000s

  • Numerous new, original disco songs were produced, such as "Diskossa" by G-Litter and "Soy tu Venus" by Baccara.
  • Disco classics like "Funkytown" and "Born to be Alive" appeared on American television commercials.
  • "Funkytown" by Lipps, Inc. appeared on the soundtrack to the 2004 movie "Shrek 2", and the voice-over cast of the movie sang a cover of the Trammps' "Disco Inferno" to promote the Wal-Mart-distributed extras (including a party CD).
  • "Canned Heat" by Jamiroquai was heard in the film "Napoleon Dynamite" (2004) during a scene where the title character dances to this song.
  • "More More More" by Andrea True Connection plays in the film "Click" (2006).
  • "YMCA" by the Village People plays in the film "Mr. 3000" (2004) in character Stan's workout sequence.
  • "More Than A Woman" by Tavares plays in the romantic comedy film "Cake" (2005).
  • "Fly, Robin, Fly" by Silver Connection plays in the comedy-drama film "Breakfast in Pluto" (2005).
  • "I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor is included on the soundtrack to the French/Belgian comedy film "Tout pour plaire" (2005).
  • "Macho Man" by the Village People plays in the film "Love and Other Disasters" (2006).
  • "I Love to Love" by Tina Charles plays in the film "The Killing of John Lennon" (2006).
  • The American roller-disco themed movie "Roll Bounce", set in the late 1970s and filled with disco classics as well as remakes of disco and soul classics, was released to theaters in September 2005. The accompanying soundtrack included the following classic disco songs: "Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll" by Vaughan Mason and Crew, "Get Off" by Foxy, and "Le Freak" by Chic.
  • Many disco songs were played during the Opening Ceremonies for the Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy on February 10, 2006, including "Good Times" and "Le Freak" by Chic, "Funkytown" by Lipps, Inc., "Love is in the Air" by John Paul Young, "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" by Boys Town Gang, "One for You, One for Me" by La Bionda, and many others.
  • Disco artists like Chic, Gloria Gaynor, Tavares, K.C. and the Sunshine Band, the Trammps featuring Earl Young, and many others continued performing around the world.
  • The inductees into the Dance Music Hall of Fame during 2004 included artists Barry White, the Bee Gees, and Donna Summer, and producers Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte. At the September 20, 2004 DMHOF ceremony, Henry Stone, founder of TK Records, was awarded "The Special Lifetime Achievement Award".
  • The inductees into the Dance Music Hall of Fame during 2005 included artists Chic, Gloria Gaynor, and Sylvester, and producers Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards, and Quincy Jones.
  • On May 11, 2004, the talent-search TV show "American Idol" retread "Disco Night", with guest judge Donna Summer, and individual performances of "Don't Leave Me This Way", "Knock on Wood", "This Is It", and "No More Tears". Then on May 12, 2004, the competitors sang a medley of Donna Summer hits, including "Bad Girls" and "Hot Stuff", and Donna herself sang "Last Dance" and "MacArthur Park".
  • On April 19, 2005, "American Idol" again had a 1970s disco theme, with individual performances of "September", "Don't Take Away the Music", and "MacArthur Park".
  • On March 27, 2004, on the Dutch equivalent of "American Idol" called "Idols", singers tried out the "Disco" theme.
  • On February 4, 2006, "Idols" again had a "Disco" theme.
  • In 2006, on "Idols", the eventual contest winner Raffaëla Paton performed "(Every Time I Turn Around) Back In Love Again" and "Disco Inferno".
  • On March 5, 2004, "Idol Serbia-Montenegro and Macedonia" had contestants perform songs on the theme "Disco Night".
  • On March 29, 2004, "New Zealand Idol" had a "Disco Hits" theme.
  • On September 27, 2004, "Australian Idol" used "Disco" as their theme.
  • On October 9, 2006, "Australian Idol" again had a "Disco" theme.
  • Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) TV stations in the USA aired "My Music: Get Down Tonight - the Disco Explosion".
  • In early 2004, Fisher-Price released a version of plush Elmo (from TV's Sesame Street) called "E-L-M-O" where he dances to "YMCA" by the Village People.
  • The "Hello Kitty Roller Disco Playset", sold in the USA during 2004 in Hello Kitty stores, includes a rolling disco mirrorball and stage to accompany the four included Hello Kitty characters.
  • In September 2005, the music-filled mobile game "Funky Cops Disco Pinball" was released.
  • Issue 48 (2004) of Surface Magazine, an American publication about fashion, architecture, and art, had as its cover story "Disco Luxe: Do a Little Dance".
  • Disco hits continued to play on radio stations across the world.
  • Lots of new disco compilations were released.
  • Disco continued to be sampled in rap, R&B, and house tunes.
  • Annual "World's Largest Disco" parties continued to be held in Buffalo, New York.
  • The multimedia museum exhibit "Disco: A Decade of Saturday Nights" moved to the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan for display from June 15, 2004 to September 15, 2004. The exhibit moved to the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts in New York City from February 1, 2005 through mid-May 2005.

    DiscoSavvy.com compiled the following expanded annual review features:
    Disco 2004: The Year in Review
    Disco 2005: The Year in Review


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