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Wow, these songs are fantastic!!,
This review is from: Now That's What I Call Disco (Audio CD)
I hate disco's; I've turned fifty now so I don't suppose that I'm meant to like them now, but even when I was young I didn't like them. They were too noisy and I couldn't dance, so I spent my nights in the pub even though my chances of pulling there weren't good, indeed, thirty years on I now know they were zero. In those days I didn't like disco music neither, I don't suppose many young blokes did, preferring something a bit heavier and more rocking. Time changes your taste though and now whenever the old disco tracks are played on the car radio they nearly always sound fantastic, and usually leave me wanting to hear more. I've bought this 3 CD set and that is what I have now got - much more, sixty three absolutely brilliant tracks with not a bad one amongst them. Listening to the songs on these CD's is a joy, and I find it difficult to choose the highlights but who can resist Disco Inferno, Boogie Wonderland, Is it Love you're After, Boogie Nights, Car Wash, September and the sublime Boogie, Oogie, Oogie? Even the slightly cheesy ones - D.I.S.C.O, I Love the Nightlife and Spacer - sound amazing. The choice of tracks included is excellent and I can only think of one track that is missing, Dan Hartman's Instant Replay, which I would like to have seen included.
I still can't dance, and I won't be dancing to these CD's, but this does not dilute the sheer pleasure that Now That's What I Call Disco gives me. Wow!!
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Initial post: 30 Aug 2013 18:53:09 BDT
Tramps like us says:
Almost exactly how I feel/felt too !
In reply to an earlier post on 13 Sep 2013 22:09:26 BDT
Mrs. D. Newbitt says:
Instant Reply is more of a Motown track, check Mowtown cd's for this x
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