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.
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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.
The Trammps – Disco Inferno. Label: Atlantic – SD 18211. Matrix, Runout (B-side runout groove inscription): ST-A-763780-A TRAMMPS SIDE B TM/JR (PR). Other Versions (5 of 34) View All. Cat.
Not to be confused with the English experimental rock band formed in the 1980s, the song by rapper 50 Cent, the 2006 musical set in the 1970s, the American professional wrestler born Glenn Gilbertti, and the second-season episode of Quantum Leap. Disco Inferno" is a song by American disco band The Trammps from their 1976 studio album of the same name.
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.
Disco Inferno (album). For other uses, see Disco Inferno (disambiguation). Studio album by The Trammps. Disco Inferno is an album released by the Trammps in 1976.
Disco Inferno" is a 1976 song by The Trammps from the album of the same name. It became a success in 1978 after being included on the soundtrack to the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever. The title alludes to the 1974 film The Towering Inferno, and the "Burn, baby, burn" chorus references a saying attributed to activist Bill Epton. It was also notably covered by Cyndi Lauper on the A Night at the Roxbury soundtrack and Tina Turner on the What's Love Got To Do With It? soundtrack. The song was originally performed by the Trammps in 1976 and released as a single.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Leroy GreenWritten-By, Arranged By – Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey*
|B||That's Where The Happy People Go
Written By – Ronald Baker
- Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic
- Pressed By – PRC Recording Company, Richmond, IN
- Published By – Six Strings Music
- Published By – Golden Fleece Music
- Published By – Burma East Music Co.
- Mixed By – Tom Moulton
- Producer – Baker, Harris & Young Productions*
Noteslabel variation, layout and pressing plant
"A Tom Moulton Mix"
From Atlantic LP 18211
℗ 1976 Atlantic
Mfg. by Atlantic Recording Corp.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-side label): ST-A-33119 RI
- Matrix / Runout (B-side label): ST-A-31468 RI
- Matrix / Runout (A-side runout): ST-A-33119-5-1-1 TM/JR
- Matrix / Runout (B-side runout): ST-A-31468-1-1 SP TM/JR PRC
- Rights Society: BMI
|3389||The Trammps||Disco Inferno / That's Where The Happy People Go (7", Single)||Atlantic||3389||US||1978|
|3389||The Trammps||Disco Inferno (7", Single, MO)||Atlantic||3389||US||1978|
|3389||The Trammps||Disco Inferno (7")||Atlantic||3389||US||Unknown|
|K 11135||The Trammps||Disco Inferno / That's Where The Happy People Go (7", Single, Sol)||Atlantic||K 11135||UK||1978|
|K 11135||The Trammps||Disco Inferno / That's Where The Happy People Go (7", Single)||Atlantic||K 11135||UK||1978|
Performer: The Trammps
Title: Disco Inferno
Date of release: 1977
Genre: Sincere music
Size MP3: 1847 mb
Size FLAC: 1545 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
Other Formats: AC3 ADX MP2 MPC TTA VOC MOD