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- Is it easier to understand Bob Dylan's paintings than what he's singing?
- Apparently Eric Clapton has run out of catchy album names
- The revolving door of "American Idol" rumors being reported as fact continues.......
- Fats Domino gets a well-deserved shout out
- "The Killer" joins The "Quartet"
EVERYBODY Did Disco!!
This week, Everything Oldies reminds you that EVERYBODY did Disco in its heyday.....including the very last people you'd ever expect. So far, we've spotlighted Disco songs by KISS and The Grateful Dead. Today, we move even further away from the "typical" Disco act.
The Clash were at the forefront of punk rock in the late 70's, and at their peak, they were referred to by fans as "The Only Band That Matters". Their songs evoked a much angrier, louder Bob Dylan. Disco might have been the last place you'd think they'd be hanging around, but the lure of the polyester suit was just too great, prompting The Clash to record "The Magnificent Seven" in 1980. The song was a Top 20 U.S. Disco chart hit in Billboard in early 1982.
Proving once again that, at its height, EVERYBODY did at least one Disco song, we offer more proof from "The Only Band That Matters".......
Which unsuspecting superstar will be the victim of tomorrow's edition of EVERYBODY Did Disco? Come back to find out, and in the meantime (***GIANT HINT COMING***) start spreadin' the news about Everything Oldies @ Golden Hits Radio!
Golden Hits Radio's Burning Question of the Day
On March 12, 1974, John Lennon & Harry Nilsson were thrown out of the Troubador in L.A. for heckling which legendary standup comic?
Check back tomorrow @ Everything Oldies for the answer, and leave a Comment with your best guess!
Yesterday's Burning Question of the Day
Which classic "summer song" was originally titled "Switchblade"?