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Synonyms for disco



Synonyms for disco

popular dance music (especially in the late 1970s)

a public dance hall for dancing to recorded popular music

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Inspired by the '80s disco era, the song will be along the lines of Parveen Babi's classic Jawani Jneman, the iconic number from the hit Namak Halal.
It was in the disco era of the mid-1970s though that they became a big success with You Sexy Thing and Every 1's a Winner.
The female models fashioned items to particular themes such as the disco era, the fifties and the naughty noughties to a selection of Academy Award-winning songs that reflected that particular time period.
I also loved her look from 'Confessions on a Dance Floor' in 2008, which was all about the disco era - enhancing Madonna's eyes, which is my favourite feature to bring forward.
Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, who with brothers Barry and Maurice helped define the disco era with their falsetto harmonies and funky beats on smash hits such as "Stayin' Alive" and "Jive Talkin'," has died after a long fight with cancer.
During the disco era, she was the only artist to have three consecutive double-LPs hit No1.
The singer was best known for hits like 'Bad Girls' and 'Hot Stuff' and gained prominence during the disco era of the 1970s.
Reams of flowing fabric, chiffon, jersey and viscose combined with deep, bold colours and plenty of metallic detailing and accessories defined the look of the disco era, with jumpsuits at its epicentre.
For computers in the Disco Era, things changed when Ethernet was invented, networking was developed, and machines began communicating.
MACHO MAN: THE DISCO ERA AND GAY AMERICA'S 'COMING OUT' is a fine, detailed college-level pick for music and social issues collections alike, and comes from an original member of the Village People band who took the late 1970s music scene by storm with their rock music and gay sexuality.
The first of Les Croups' new live music nights kicks off at 10pm tomorrow when Le Freak recreate the look, sound and atmosphere of the 1970s disco era.
L'incontro, the hotel's Italian restaurant, and the trendy restaurant 32 North, will relive the 60s and the 70s respectively, while Disco Era, JJ's will present music of the 80s.
Producing acts such as those named above, Duran Duran and the B-52s through the 80s would be enough to secure Rodgers' reputation but he also defined the disco era
Having survived the Stonewall Riots and the disco era, the AIDS epidemic and the GLBT publishing boom, in recent years the store's survival had been threatened a number of times.
Like his stylebook, the Israeli's sense of cool is out of the swinging disco era, and Zohan's nonstop libido and the giant codpiece he wears become two of the film's running gags.