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  1. Love and Kisses was a 1970s disco group assembled by European producer Alec Costandinos, with a variety of male/female singers.

    After…

  2. Pattie Brooks is an American singer most frequently associated with the disco era. She was born in Fort Riley, Kansas to a military family. Her…

  3. The king of the eurodisco sound in the 1970's. Alec wrote for and produced many disco artists including Love and Kisses, Don Ray, Tony Rallo,…

  4. D.C. LaRue (born David Charles L'Heureux on April 26, 1948 in Meriden, Connecticut, U.S.A.) is a disco music artist. His music was successful in clubs…

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  7. Constellation Orchestra was a music project made up of two producers and session vocalists who performed Eurodisco. The producers who created…

  8. Love & Kisses was a 1970s disco group assembled by European producer Alec Costandinos, with a variety of male/female singers.

    After collaborating…

  9. We don't have a wiki here yet...
  10. El Coco was a disco vehicle for producers W. Michael Lewis and Laurin Rinder under the business auspices of their RinLew Productions, Inc. The two…

  11. The Ritchie Family was the name of an American vocal group, based in Philadelphia, who achieved several hits during the 1970s disco era. By the time…

  12. Amant was an underground Disco project produced by Ray Martinez.

  13. There are two artists with the name Poussez.

    The pictured group, Poussez (pronounced Poo-Say) was a popular and successful Eurodisco group…

  14. The Queen Samantha was a 1970s disco artist produced by the Parisian musician Harry Chalkitis. Gloria Brooks, a singer from Chicago, was the lead…

  15. Madleen Kane is a singer born in Sweden in 1958 who had five Top 10 hits on the US Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in the early eighties. Her…

  16. Debbie Jacobs is a Disco, Hi-NRG, Disco House singer from Baltimore, Maryland, United States. She started singing in church. Her distinctive voice…

  17. John Davis and the Monster Orchestra were an American disco band, noted for their lead member (John "the Monster" Davis), who lent his name to…

  18. Bionic Boogie was a disco studio group produced by Gregg Diamond in the late 70s. Diamond produced three albums under this name, "Bionic Boogie"…

  19. Put together by Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte, featured a similar sound to Cerrone. Munich Machine released three albums "Munich Machine"…

  20. There are two artists which use this name
    1. A disco group from the United States
    2. A synthpop group from the United Kingdom

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