Disco music is one of the most popular genres in pop and 40 years on from its’ late ‘70’s golden period still has a profound influence on contemporary artists and all types of dance music but it’s the chart dominating late ‘70s years that this compilation focuses on. Disco is 30 floor-filling tracks across 2 LPs and is the first time that such a comprehensive and cross-label compilation has celebrated the genre on vinyl. Whether for self-purchase or for a great gift Disco is the perfect compilation for lovers of all things pop. The album starts with one of the biggest floor-fillers of all time with Abba’s Dancing Queen and features other huge party anthems from Village People, Gloria Gaynor, Sylvester, Lipps Inc., Heatwave and Kool and The Gang to name but a few. Some of the biggest Disco tracks were infused with soul and here you’ll find Earth Wind and Fire with The Emotions, The Jacksons, Odyssey, Rose Royce, McFadden and Whitehead, A Taste Of Honey and the epic Don’t Leave Me This Way from Thelma Houston. In 1977 Donna Summer’s I Feel Love changed the sound of dance music forever and is included here along with other trail-blazing tracks from Alicia Bridges, Vicki Sue Robinson, Frantique, The Emotions and The Three Degrees. Long established superstars enjoyed a huge renaissance thanks to their disco hits including here Cher and the Chic-produced Upside Down by Diana Ross. As Disco became mainstream pop, the Top 10 was full of hypnotic vocals over a thumping bass and a soaring melody - Yvonne Elliman, Andrea True Connection, Eruption, Sarah Brightman and Hot Gossip, Tina Charles, Dee D. Jckson and the #1 smash Yes Sir, I Can Boogie from Baccara are all included.