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I'm happy to sparkle like a glazed disco ball.
Disco music in the '70s was just a call to go wild and party and dance with no thought or conscience or regard for tomorrow.
Simian Mobile Disco changed my life. They put me onto the EDM world. Although they would hate that term, they're more techno.
We enjoy change and freshness, and disco was only one area we've delved into.
In pop or rock you can make a fast song or a slow one, but in disco there is really just the one rhythm.
One disco, one soft ball game, one lost love, one gay pride rally at a time.
The artist I wanna be like is Michael Jackson. I'll get the house with the roller coaster and the rides and a disco, and I'll invite all my friends and just stay at home.
GN'R was five guys who were all into different things. I liked pop and disco, Izzy was into New York rock, Slash loved Aerosmith and Led Zeppelin, Axl was into Genesis and Elton John, and Duff was a punk rocker. We all blended that stuff together.
Pop music, disco music, and heavy metal music is about shutting out the tensions of life, putting it away.
Disco is the first technology music. And what I mean is that 'disco' music is named after discs, because when technology grew to where they didn't need a band in the clubs, the DJ played it on a disc.
Disco is music for dancing, and people will always want to dance.
God had to create disco music so I could be born and be successful.
Panic! at the Disco, for me, has been an outlet to do whatever. I never felt like there were any rules. It was always carte blanche. I could do whatever I wanted. There were no rules set yet for the band. It just felt right.
At school, there was an annual school disco and I'd be standing in my bedroom wondering what to wear for hours on end. Eventually I'd arrive at a decision that was just the most ridiculous costume you could have ever devised - I think it was probably knitted Christmas jumpers on top of buttoned-up white shirts.
I love Donna Summer, and I love ABBA. I love late '70s disco. I love the Bee Gees. I just love that period of recording.
I had a few DJs in my neighbourhood that would play music in the streets. There was no hip-hop yet; there were just DJs that were playing disco, funk, and pop music, and we would gather round, go to the parks, and dance and enjoy ourselves.
I'm not a big disco guy.
Jon Bon Jovi
I've always gravitated towards the beats, obviously. And when I was growing up, I always loved funk music or even - dare I say it - disco.
I used to bodyguard for some celebrities and other people, and when I wasn't doing that, I used to work at a disco as a doorman or a bouncer.
Disco B still rolls with me now. He's still doing his thing. He does clubs in different places. He was very instrumental in helping me perfect my craft.
La Flavour's 'Mandolay' is a disco classic - I dare you to sit still while listening to it.
Disco deserved a better name, a beautiful name because it was a beautiful art form. It made the consumer beautiful. The consumer was the star.
During the time that my recording career seemed to be in a slump a music called disco came on the scene and literally took over radio stations as well as having radio stations created to play it which sort of negated my music as well as that of some of my peers.
House, rap, R&B, disco rock, they are all part of hip-hop culture. Why you ain't playing Kraftwerk along with Jay-Z? That's hip-hop.
I'm from the disco era where everybody thought they were John Travolta... What song is going to get me on the dance floor? Anything from 'Saturday Night Fever,' and you're up there like a demon.
I love to dance in the disco, but that's about it.
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