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The Best of Disco – Playlist

Get the glitterball ready – today we’re reliving the best of the disco days with our favourite hits.

From timeless classics to long-forgotten songs, relive the magic of the 70s through the power of music.

Boney M – Rasputin

The Real Thing – You To Me Are Everything

ABBA – Gimmie! Gimmie! Gimmie! (A Man After Midnight)

Maxine Nightingale – Right Back Where We Started From

Chic – Le Freak

Bee Gees – Night Fever

The Trammps – Disco Inferno

Barry White – What Am I Gonna Do With You

Thelma Houston – Don’t Leave Me This Way

Kool & The Gang – Celebration

Hot Chocolate – Every 1’s A Winner

Do you use Spotify? Listen to the whole playlist here!

Or, you can find even more of our favourite songs on our Disco Days playlist!

What are your favourite disco hits?

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Just watched Boney M Bobby always put on a good show with his dancing although it was to a tune in his head RIP Bobby.
Thelma Huston did a great version of jumping jack flash.
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Watched the bee gees over Christmas pure class ONJ in the audience great.
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Bit of nonsense info the Maxine Nightingale was originaly a northern soul classic by Nosmo King called goodbye nothing to say.

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