Discussion in 'Music for Gayers' started by Shirley, Feb 24, 2013.
It makes the SALSOUL CHRISTMAS JOLLIES seem RESTRAINED and TASTEFUL
OMG it even CONTAINS HANDEL DISCO BANJO and a TALKY BIT
I've just listened to ALL FOURTEEN AND A HALF MINUTES of that
I need a LIE DOWN
Has it converted you into a Christian?
I'm a mere 6 minutes in and already barely HOLDING ON
I have a 7" single somewhere called 'Disco Jerusalem'. It does exactly what it says on the tin
Fuck this is nasty. I know so many faggoty gay boys who would twitch to this like a spastic tumour.
Sometimes even I am AGOG
oh my GOOD GOLLIWOG
I'm going to add that to the list of 70s tracks my friend has requested for her wedding playlist. If anything will sort the wheat from the chaff on the dance floor, that will do it
NOT DISCO although it is by DISCO DISASTER MECO but I thought I'd bring you this LITTLE KNOWN WORK featuring ONE JON BON JOVI
This is my NEW FAVOURITE THING
It's not RUBBISH but by God it's SHAMELESS
He did WRITE the original though so I suppose he's ALLOWED
Bottle of WINE
Bottle of WINE
OK so it's NOT MUCH MORE than the TITLE but WHAT A TITLE
Oh I do appreciate the sentiment of that one.
There really is no BOTTOM to the DISCO BARREL
Actually this one is OK after a POOR START although it OWES a DISTINCT DEBT to PATRICK HERNANDEZ
WHO KNEW they had a GAY DISCO chart back in the early 80s? (Well I'm sure Donna and Sheena did, but I didn't)
Some of these definitely warrant INVESTIGATING!
It's basically what became the Hi-NRG chart, isn't it? Look for archives of those- that's where you'll find the REAL GOOD STUFF
Waterfront Home is an odd name for an act.
(They Call Me The) Queen Of Fools sounds as amazing as Jungle Jezebel.
(They Call Me The) Queen of Fools is an inferior reworking of/sequel to this DISCO CLASSIC:
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I have no idea what the contemporary video featuring a bewildered looking Jessica and her ample bosom is all about.
"Guilty" by Lime is quite the pleasure. Sounds familiar although I note it's never been a hit.
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I'm pleased to discover that someone has put this on YouTube as it comes with rather more VA VA VOOM than the original
Well this is the DISCO RUBBISH THREAD and if ANYTHING from THAT LITTLE LINE UP could be THUS CLASSIFIED it's THIS
ELAINE PAIGE SPINS IN COFFIN
It's nice to see that THOSE SORTS were at it back then, long before the likes of Almighty et al
God, even in 1983 there was every reason to STAY AT HOME
Most of the ERC catalogue was generally appalling as well, and I am including the BOYS TOWN GANG in that equation
Thank God for BOBBY O
BOBBY O is JUST the ticket for this dull, dreary morning...GOOD CALL OUR SUE, I'm throwing it on as we speak
I do so hope that THIS old chestnut made an appearance, smoking a Vogue in a MINK STOLE
I can see you in the arms of another girl
You SHATTERED MY WORLD :Oi:
Which came first, that or Divine's You Think You're A Man?
Very much the same era
And of COURSE it did, SUE. From my MARVELLOUS Flirts Greatest Hits which I must dig out properly. From which "Danger" is the HIGH LEVEL PRIME PIECE OF CORKAGE
i've looked in to it, they were both produced by Bobby O with about two years of each other. Did anyone comment at the time that they're basically the same song?
Yes dear, we're aware of that.
You've clearly not heard the rest of Bobby's OEUVRE
It's ALL about GIVIN' UP for me
There's a REASON you don't UNDERSTAND
Why I'm HAVING AN AFFAIR with ANOTHER MAN
Oh and also I'M SO HOT FOR YOU (and YOU'RE SO HOT FOR ME - WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOOOORR *cowbell break*)
I don't know how I have even LIVED without THIS
"If I only Knew" is Sir Tom's GREATEST comedy moment. I remember me and a friend from school crying with laughter at that opening SCREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAM at the time.
Oh I love that. Totally INSANE
Tom's take on LOVE IS IN THE AIR is also QUITE SOMETHING