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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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Built in 1920, the three-story property looks a lot different three decades after the Disco Era.
The post Embrace the disco era with a boogie in the park appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Director and co-writer Des McAnuff wanted a musical drenched in glitter and androgyny, like the disco era itself.
Even though a lot of people associate men's heels exclusively with the disco era, the footwear had actually gained popularity among the masses long before the 1977 release of John Travolta's disco movie "Saturday Night Fever." David Bowie, Marc Bolan, Peter Frampton, and members of The Jackson 5 were some of the male recording and performing artists who helped popularize the men's high-heel trend in the early part of the 1970s.
Mom didn't practice monogamy in the disco era. And so the brothers venture out to meet their father.
LE freak, c'est chic - the 70s are back with a vengeance for AW17 with designers making us dance to the tune of the disco era.
It also opened during daylight hours, offering all-day dance events when electro-funk emerged as the new club sound as synths and drum machines replaced live bands and expensive orchestras at the end of the 70s disco era.
Pop culture era: The disco era. The music artists were really good with the song arrangements, and they even made use of live orchestra.
"Eliminating this relic of the disco era will provide much needed flexibility to the many newspapers and broadcasters throughout the country that provide important local news coverage and encourage greater investment in original journalism.
And then there are the lax morals of the disco era, no end of polyester plus a soundtrack awash with the likes of Kiss and Earth Wind & Fire.
And then there are the lax morals of the disco era, no end of polyester, plus a soundtrack awash with the likes of Kiss, Earth Wind & Fire and The Temptations.
Arena presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the disco era as experienced by forty of the music genre's biggest solo acts and groups.
When I started going to The Gemini in 1977-78 the disco era was at its height.
The 70s disco era was DVF's inspiration, with plunging necklines and gold detailing doing the rounds.