Artista: The Trammps Álbum: Disco Inferno Country: US Released:1976 Genre: Funk, Soul Style: Disco "Disco Inferno" is a 1976 song by The Trammps from th. .
Текст песни: To my surprise one hundred stories high People getting loose now, getting down on the roof Folks screaming, out of control It was so entertaining when the boogie started to explode.
Album · 1976 · 6 Songs. Disco Inferno The Trammps.
Disco Inferno is the fourth studio album by American soul-disco group, The Trammps, released in 1976 through Atlantic Records. The album peaked at No. 16 on the R&B albums chart.
Авторы текста и музыки. Leroy Green, Ron Kersey.
Producer, Arranged By, Written-By – Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey Written-By – Leroy Green. B2. Don't Burn No Bridges. Producer – Norman HarrisWritten-By – Allan Felder, Ronald Tyson Written-By, Arranged By – T. G. Conway. Disco Inferno (LP, Album).
Tracklist: 1. Body Contact Contract, 2. Starvin’, 3. I Feel Like I’ve Been Livin’ (On The Dark Side Of The Moon), 4. Disco Inferno, 5. Don’t Burn No Bridges, 6. You Touch My Hot Line. 5. Don’t Burn No Bridges. 6. More albums from The Trammps: Trammps by The Trammps. The Legendary Zing Album by The Trammps. Slipping Out by The Trammps. Mixin’ It Up by The Trammps. Where The Happy People Go by The Trammps.
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Musician: Ronnie Baker Album: Disco Inferno Released in: 1976 Label: Atlantic Length: 3:56 Info: More Ronnie Baker. Do you want to report this video as not working? Yes. Cancel. Posted on: 08 17 2012.
Disco Inferno" was first released in 1976 on the album of the same name. It was popular in dance clubs, but made it to just on the US charts. In 1977, the song was used in the movie Saturday Night Fever, and in 1978 it was re-released as a single, going to The scene where the song was used in the movie was shot at the 2001 Club in New York, where The Trammps would often perform. The Trammps were a Philadelphia group that had their most success on the R&B charts, mostly with disco songs, including "That's Where The Happy People Go," which made in 1976. They came together when two local groups, The Volcanoes and The Exceptions, merged. They called themselves The Trammps after Charlie Chaplin, who was known as "The Little Tramp," and added the extra M to infer they were "superior tramps.
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|A||Disco Inferno (Part 1)
Written-By – Leroy GreenWritten-By, Arranged By – Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey*
|B||Disco Inferno (Part 2)
Written-By – Leroy Green, Ron Kersey
- Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic
- Producer – Baker, Harris & Young Productions*
Notes℗ 1976 Atlantic
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-side runout): PRO 64 A
- Matrix / Runout (B-side runout): PRO 64 B
- Rights Society: SACEM
|45-3389||The Trammps||Disco Inferno (7")||Atlantic||45-3389||US||1977|
|P-176A||The Trammps||Disco Inferno (7", Single)||Atlantic||P-176A||Japan||1976|
|ATL 10914 N||The Trammps||Disco Inferno (7")||Atlantic||ATL 10914 N||Germany||1978|
|AT 3389||The Trammps||Disco Inferno (7", Single)||Atlantic||AT 3389||Canada||1976|
|ATS 705||The Trammps||Disco Inferno (7", Single)||Atlantic||ATS 705||1977|
|A1||Body Contact Contract||6:55|
|A3||I Feel Like I've Been Livin' (On The Dark Side Of The Moon)||6:59|
|B2||Don't Burn Your Bridges||6:00|
|B3||You Touch My Hot Line||4:23|
- Mixed By – Tom Moulton
- Producer – Ronald Baker, Norman Harris, Earl Young*
NotesA Baker-Harris-Young Productions
A Tom Moulton Mix
|SD 18211||The Trammps||Disco Inferno (LP, Album, MO)||Atlantic||SD 18211||US||1976|
|TP 18211||The Trammps||Disco Inferno (8-Trk, Album)||Atlantic||TP 18211||US||1976|
|GM-200.2404, Lps. 200.2404||The Trammps||Disco Inferno (LP, Album)||Atlantic, Atlantic||GM-200.2404, Lps. 200.2404||Venezuela||1977|
|GWEA-5256||The Trammps||Disco Inferno (LP, Album)||Gamma , Atlantic||GWEA-5256||Mexico||1977|
|SD 18211||The Trammps||Disco Inferno (LP, Album)||Atlantic||SD 18211||Australia||1976|