Disco Inferno (album)

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Disco Inferno
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Studio album by The Trammps
Released December 29, 1976
Recorded Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia
Genre Disco
Length 42:24
Label Atlantic
Producer Norman Harris, Ronald Baker, Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey, Earl Young
The Trammps chronology
Where the Happy People Go
(1976)
Disco Inferno
(1976)
The Trammps III
(1977)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]
Robert Christgau B [2]

Disco Inferno is an album released by the Trammps in 1976.

Track listing[edit]

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Body Contact Contract"   Norman Harris, Bruce Gray, Jimmy Hendricks 6:55
2. "Starvin'"   Allan Felder, Ronald Tyson, Norman Harris, Earl Young 7:05
3. "I Feel Like I've Been Livin' (On the Dark Side of the Moon)"   Ronald Baker 6:59
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
4. "Disco Inferno"   Leroy Green, Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey 10:54
5. "Don't Burn No Bridges"   Allan Felder, Ronald Tyson, T.G. Conway 6:00
6. "You Touch My Hot Line"   Jerry Akins, Johnny Bellmon, Victor Drayton, Reginald Turner 4:23

Personnel[edit]

The Trammps
  • Jimmy Ellis – lead vocal
  • Robert Upchurch – lead and baritone vocal
  • Earl Young – bass vocal
  • Harold Wade – first tenor
  • Stanley Wade – second tenor
Additional Personnel
  • Ronald Baker – bass
  • Earl Young – drums
  • Norman Harris, Bobby Eli, T.J. Tindall – guitars
  • Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey, T.G. Conway, Bruce Gray, Carlton Kent – keyboards
  • Larry Washington, Robert Cupit – congas
  • Allen Felder, Ronald Tyson – tambourines
  • Barbara Ingram, Carla Benson, Evette Benton – background vocals
  • Don Renaldo and His Strings and Horns
  • Flash Wilson – The Trammps' M.C.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kellman, Andy. Disco Inferno review at AllMusic. Retrieved 2015-05-08.
  2. ^ Christgau, Robert. "Disco Inferno review". Robert Christgau. Retrieved 2015-05-08. 

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