Apr
29
2015
0

Pegaz

polar bearMiha Kralj – Pegaz

Connecting or disconnecting? Trying to get rid off the ever annoying polar bear loop? Feeling love with the strangers in the night? This ethereal high speed classic offers unfailing support in the quest for a better life (Yugoslavia, 1980).

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Apr
29
2015
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Aqua

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Aqua

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Let us remember that the ocean covers 71 percent of the Earth’s surface and contains 97 percent of the planet’s water, yet more than 95 percent of the underwater world remains unexplored.

Deep sea expeditions have discovered mysterious objects of unknown origin, as well as entire jungles and huge canyons reaching to uncharted depths.

Here’s music from Edgar Froese’s Aqua, among other sounds of similar submerged nature. Beats, primal rhythms and whispers from the unknown.

We are 30 meters deep, then 60 meters –

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Apr
22
2015
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Actos De Maldad

actos de maldadVam Cyborg – Actos De Maldad

Disco sounds for Primal Therapy sessions. Also an effective tool for open-minded dance floors.

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Apr
19
2015
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Fredi’s Tähtien Taa

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Fredi – Tähtien Taa

Fredi – Se Outoa On

Fredi – Syntinen Yö

Tunes poured from the Holy Grail of Finnish disco, the 1978 album by Fredi. Tähtien Taa translates as To Beyond The Stars, Se Outoa On (a version of Magic Fly, check the repeated chanting of the original title near the end of the clip) as It’s Strange, and Syntinen Yö as The Sinful Night:”…I can sense the degredation, she dances and blasphemes, coaxing my vices out into the open…”

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Feb
08
2015
0

Sodom

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Can – Sodom

Can – All Gates Open

Top tunes from Can’s 1977 album.

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Feb
08
2015
0

L’Orchestre Electronique

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L’Orchestre Electronique – Bladerunner

L’Orchestre Electronique – Westway

L’Orchestre Electronique – Oxygene

The 80s: black on black, John Woo heroic bloodshed films and lots of synthesizer music like this. Westway was already included in my birthday mix.

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Jan
06
2015
1

Special message to all who are Disco

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Ben Thomas – Sooleymon

Midnight Movers Unltd – Follow The Wind pt 1.

Face it. You’re no saint so indulge to the max in your vices at least once a year. In the evening of 16th of January A.D. 2015, give in to gluttony, lust and greed and celebrate with us all that is excessive, over-the-top and brilliant in the music we love, for hours and hours. Italo, funk, disco and beyond. Rare tracks and anthems. It’ll all be there to really wallow in, from exotic, sophisticated hothouse flowers to indescribable, sick sonic funghi from hell. From deep powerful vocals by mighty Divas to the flimsiest sighs from young girls who look like they’re sixteen but act like they’re twenty-one. No holds barred. Top tunes from a top lineup. The event will be re-broadcast on the 17th in case it’ll all become too much for you – though of course too much of a good thing is the best thing ever.

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Dec
27
2014
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Let Me Love You Tonight

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Vicky Edimo – Let Me Love You Tonight

(1980, Zagora ‎- FR / Mariann ‎- SWE)

Daddy Daft Punk on board, I mean Mr. Vangarde aka Daniel Bangalter is behind this funny production for Victor Edimo. Please don’t say cheesy, it’s a simple song like a marshmallow neither less nor more. And I like it just the way it is… mmm Don’t take it too seriously disco is D.I.S.C.O. SooOo good.

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Dec
11
2014
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Į Dieną Einam

Į Dieną EinamTeisutis Makačinas – Į Dieną Einam

Lithuanian disco classic (1982) will not forgive if you’ve skipped cardio sessions. Then again, what could be a better way to workout than dancing in euphoria to high speed euro disco?

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Dec
07
2014
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Transfer Station Blue

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Michael Shrieve – Transfer Station Blue

American drummer-composer gets a relaxed groove going in Germany. 1983.

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Nov
22
2014
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Nov
18
2014
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Long Hard Climb

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I kinda like the Skorpio long play with all these dark and weird italoesque tracks. Still would trade it anytime to a Pikes Peak run in a ’69 Fastback racer.

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Nov
06
2014
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Escapade With Zero

1156Skorpio – Escapade With Zero

“The possibility of dialectics of desire, of an unpredictability of bliss: The bets are not placed, there can still be a game.” Quoting Roland Barthes here because his theory of jouissance (bliss) pretty much sums how I feel about collecting and playing disco records. It’s not the mere pleasure (plaisir), but the possibilities to unpredictable connections between various sounds, images and desires that keep the game interesting.

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Nov
06
2014
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Nov
05
2014
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Die Böhmstory

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Max Greger Jr. – Die Böhmstory (1977)

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Nov
02
2014
1

Alpha

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Vangelis – Alpha (@45rpm)

Vangelis – epic, or just overblown?

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Oct
28
2014
4

Thunder Drum

drum vetteJoe Hisaishi & Square Orchestra – Thunder Drum

Few things sound better than Hillborn injected Chevy big block or psyched disco drums.

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Oct
26
2014
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Oct
14
2014
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Georges Grunblatt

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Georges Grunblatt – Variana

Off a 1980 French lp throbbing with spectacular ambient pulse and experimental disco beats.

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Oct
05
2014
1

Eleanor Rigby

stillUranium – Eleanor Rigby

Played this at -8 on Friday. Familiar melody with pounding bass and insanely loud effects caused a few curios questions.

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