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"Discomania" by Parigi is electronica with a slower beat. Other disco-sounding 1979 rap songs include "King Tim III (Personality Jock)" by Fatback Band, "Schooling - Put Your Mind to the Message" by Sherod, "Super Wolf Can Do It" by Super Wolf (uses the same bassline as "I'm So Hot" by Denise La Salle), "To the Beat Y'All" by Lady B., "We Rap More Mellow" by Younger Generation, and "Rapper's Delight" by Sugarhill Gang (based on Chic's "Good Times"). Issue 280 of the comic book "Archie" had a disco theme - the cover shows Archie and Betty skating at a roller-disco.
"Disco Queen from the Philippines" by Helen Gamboa and "Step No, Step Yes" by VST and Company are among the disco songs included on the soundtrack for the 1979 movie "Swing It... DISCO SPORTS THEMES The 1979 Pittsburgh Pirates team, winners of that year's World Series, adopted "We Are Family" by Sister Sledge as their anthem.Meanwhile, the rock-disco anthem "San Diego Super Chargers" became the theme song of the San Diego Chargers football team, and remained so in coming decades. Louis Steamers, a soccer team, adopted "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" by Mc Fadden and Whitehead as its anthem in 1979, and as of 2004 it was still their anthem. The Seattle Super Sonics won their basketball championship in 1979, prompting Luther Rabb to re-release "Seattle's Disco Groovin' Tonight" with new lyrics to celebrate how the "Seattle Sonics Do It". Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra - "Saturday Night Fever Medley" - instrumental disco covers of "Manhattan Skyline", "Stayin' Alive", "Night Fever", "Disco Inferno", and "Night on Disco Mountain" Brooklyn Dreams (with Donna Summer) - "Heaven Knows" - slightly different version (with main vocals by Brooklyn Dreams, and backing vocals by Donna Summer) of the 1978 hit by Donna Summer with Brooklyn Dreams (which had main vocals by Donna Summer) Dan Hartman with Loleatta Holloway - "Vertigo/Relight My Fire" - disco-house; reached #1 Disco in the USA in January 1980, #104 Pop in the USA in 1980; theme song to the final period of "The Tomorrow Show" by Tom Snyder on NBC Discotheque - "Intro-Disco" - medley of disco and electro-disco snippets including "Y. - "Funkytown" - disco with techno sections; reached #1 Pop in the USA in May-June 1980; reached #1 Pop in Canada; reached #2 Pop in the U. in June 1980; bundled with "All Night Dancing", reached #1 Disco in the USA in March 1980 Manhattan Transfer - "Twilight Zone/Twilight Zone" - reached #30 Pop in the USA in June 1980, #4 Disco in the USA in 1980, #25 Pop in the U. in June 1980; disco version of the theme song to the television show "Twilight Zone" Martha Reeves - "Skating in the Streets (Dancing in the Streets)" - disco song with some lyrics copied from her 1964 classic "Dancing in the Street" that she recorded as Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, but most of the lyrics are new Marvic Sotto - "May I Have This Dance" - from the Philippines; released in both a mixed Tagalog-English version and a purely English version; the English-only version has more intense drumming but otherwise the instrumentation seems identical; the mixed version is also known as "May I Have This Dance (...Ngayun Lang)" and was later attributed as a VST and Company group release despite its origination as a solo Marvic record (Marvic was a singer with VST); not to be confused with VST and Company's 2006 bossa nova re-recording Max Bygraves (a.k.a.
While there were many good disco songs in 1979 (among the most noteworthy are "My Forbidden Lover" and "Good Times" by Chic, "Under Your Spell" by Phyllis Hyman, "Rock With You" by Michael Jackson, "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" by Mc Fadden and Whitehead, and "What 'Cha Gonna Do With My Lovin'" by Stephanie Mills), there were also plenty of very bad ones, and far too many disco records flooded the market.