I really like all of their albums, from the earliest Jackson 5-esque ones to the mid-'80s (granted, I think they might have done a few more since then). The All American Girls album has rank alongside the first few Change albums as one of the best Chic imitations ever.
I bought the longest version of We Are Family on iTunes and used it in a non-commercial video of a family party celebrating a college graduation and birthday. Facebook blocked the video and said I had no proof that I had permission to use the music. I thought you could use music you purchase personally as long as it is not used in a commercial manner.
Just bought this brilliant album '12" Dance- The Definitive Collection' and I don't buy albums anymore!
http://hmv.com/hmvweb/displayProductDetails.do?ctx=-1;1;-1;-1;202&sku=249769 Thought you guys might appreciate it ('He's The Greatest Dancer' is on CD 1 together with other greats like Chic, Cheryl Lyn, The Trammps, etc, etc) and rattles through many of the greatest 12" Dance singles of our time. Ah the memories!