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Burn Baby Burn!! "Disco Inferno" 2011

Disco Inferno is one of the coolest songs of all time.  It has been over used in advertising, is a shame this thing is awesome. 

 Released in 1976, I was 10 and the Magpie was -20  its hard to believe that many calendar pages have been tossed since this tune was on the radio.  In 1977 it made it to the soundtrack of Saturday Night Fever, though some say it eluded to the film the Towering Inferno.   Its legendary actually, cuz in 2005 it was inducted into the Dance Music Hall Of Fame, and I didn't even know there was one.  Go figure.
So in our desire to think outside the box the Magpie and I decided to review this classic Disco Video- cuz you know you forgot this song and well we wanted you to dance around a bit today.  With all the punk core non sense and all the gossip and scandal, I thought it time we just hit the play button and get a fresh look at this one. like totally this minute and I want a satin suit.  Im growing a big ass fro starting today and aint no one stopping me."

mar sezz:
" I've come to the realization that I'd rather gouge my eyes out than listen to disco music.

"Disco Inferno"- The Trammps is a good example of a few things.  One of those is that it's one of those songs that put me in an instant bad mood.  I'm not sure why, but a few songs do that and this is one of them.  Perhaps it's the predictability, the singer, the song as a whole, but it just makes my good mood dissolve.

Also, it shows how terrifying disco music really was.  It is a little disturbing to think people listened to this music and enjoyed it…Though I also find it scary that nowadays people listen to Justin Bieber and enjoy it.

This song is horrid, and I had to turn it off within less than a minute.  It almost was physically paining to hear it.
Just not my cup of tea, I suppose."
See and this is whats wrong with the youth of today.. they dont know how to get down, they dont know how to get their spark popped, they have absolutely no idea how to burn the muthah down… meh.


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