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Synonyms for disco

dance

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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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The 70s disco era was DVF's inspiration, with plunging necklines and gold detailing doing the rounds.
Say You, Say Me" was not a taboo nor was "Three Times a Lady," a waltz in the middle of the disco era.
For those of you who lived through the disco era, welcome back.
Go the former route with a halter-neck or strappy dress paired with ankle strap heels, or nod to the disco era with chunky platforms.
NEW YORK -- Spray deodorants are making a comeback, but not the misty aerosols of the disco era.
They shot to fame in 1979 when breakthrough album We Are Family was released and became global superstars at the height of the disco era.
He did manage a hit during the disco era in the 1970s with "Supernatural Thing'' and continued to record and tour.
Boney M's insanely catchy songs mixed with the glitz and glamor of the disco era gave them an incredible run of chart success world over.
Boney M's catchy songs mixed with the glitz and glamour of the disco era gave them an incredible run of chart success the world over.
The sample came from the song "Good Times" by Chic, whose funky music was omnipresent in nightclubs of the disco era.
The event encourages runners, walkers and even dancers to come celebrate the hippie and disco era as they participate in the themed run that will culminate with a large finish line celebration.
The book also includes two forewords by singers Gloria Gaynor ("I Will Survive") and Claudja Barry, plus a list of recommended listening, and a section of comments and conversations among promoters and producers who worked behind the scenes during the disco era.
Record-breaking single Get Lucky featuring Pharrell Williams and Chic kingpin Niles Rodgers' trademark guitar magnificently harks back to the disco era.
The modest eight-page bibliography does not give many clues, unless one counts the six David Irving books dating back to the disco era.
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.