Category: Classic Rock

4 thoughts on “ Disco Inferno - Raffaëla - Raffaëla (File, Album)

  1. I liked all but two songs on this CD. I had to give it 5 stars, because its style epitomizes the heart and heyday of the 70's disco wave. In order to render this album its due, one must allow for the jaded bias which can result from the overplay the main track "Disco Inferno" has gotten over the years since the movie, and soundtrack to, "Saturday Night Fever" was released/5(47).
  2. Disco Inferno was an English experimental rock band active in the late s and the s. Initially a trio of guitar, bass, and drums performing in an identifiable post-punk style, the band soon pioneered a dynamic use of digital sampling in addition to standard rock instruments. While commercially unsuccessful during their existence, the band is considered to be a key post-rock act.
  3. The success of the title track, featured in Saturday Night Fever, likely overshadowed the remainder of the album. Disco Inferno, the second full-length the Trammps released in , features five other cuts, all of which are laced with the kind of Philly soul-rooted elegance heard on the group's biggest hit, with the likes of Norman Harris, Allan Felder, Ron Kersey, and Ron Tyson involved with 9/
  4. Disco Inferno by Daniel Koek was written by Ron Kersey and Leroy Green and was first released by The Trammps in Daniel Koek released it on the album Self Titled Tenor in It was covered by Jimmy Dempsey, AVID All Stars, Prison Love, The Samantha Brothers and other artists.

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