List of post-disco artists and songs

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The term post-disco is a referral to the early to late 1980s era movement of disco music into more stripped-down electronic funk influenced sounds; post-disco was also predecessor to house music.

This chronological list contains examples of artists, songs and albums described as post-disco, as well as its subgenre, boogie.

Contents
Some artists: A B C D E F G I J K L M N O P R S U W Y Z
Some songs: Late 1970sEarly 1980sMid to late 1980s2000s and 2010s
Some albums

Songs[edit]

Late 1970s[edit]

Year Artist Origin Song Label
1979 Can Germany "Aspectacle"[1] Harvest / Lightning
Gina X Germany "No G.D.M."[2] Crystal / EMI
Shalamar United States "The Second Time Around"[3] SOLAR
Skyy United States "First Time Around"[4] Salsoul

Early 1980s[edit]

Year Artist Origin Song Label
1980 The Bar-Kays United States "Boogie Body Land" Mercury
Joe Bataan United States "Latin Lover"[5] Salsoul
Joe Bataan United States "Sadie (She Smokes)"[5] Salsoul
The Brothers Johnson United States "Stomp!"[6][7] A&M
Convertion United States "Let's Do It"[8][9] SAM
Dazz Band United States "Shake It Up"[10] Motown
Kool & the Gang United States "Celebration"[11] De-Lite
Lakeside United States "Fantastic Voyage" SOLAR
The Pointer Sisters United States "He's So Shy" Planet
Prince United States "Head"[12] Warner Bros.
Boz Scaggs United States "Miss Sun" Elektra
The S.O.S. Band United States "Take Your Time (Do It Right)"[13][14] Tabu
T. S. Monk United States "Bon Bon Vie (Gimme the Good Life)"[8] Mirage
Vaughan Mason & Crew United States "Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll"[15][16] Brunswick
The Whispers United States "And the Beat Goes On"[3] SOLAR
1981 Gayle Adams United States "Love Fever" Prelude
Aurra United States "Make Up Your Mind"[17] Salsoul
Central Line United Kingdom "Walking into Sunshine"[18] Salsoul
D Train United States "You're the One for Me"[19] Prelude
Earth, Wind & Fire United States "Let's Groove"[20] Columbia
ESG United States "Moody"[21] 99
Freeez United Kingdom "Southern Freeez"[22] Virgin (GE) / Beggars Banquet (UK)
Taana Gardner United States "Heartbeat"[23][24] West End
Rick James United States "Give It to Me Baby"[25] Gordy
Grace Jones Jamaica "Pull Up to the Bumper"[26][27][28] Island
Chaka Khan United States "Fate"[29] Warner Bros.
Evelyn "Champagne" King United States "I'm in Love"[30] RCA
Kool & the Gang United States "Get Down on It"[11] De-Lite
Logg United States "Dancing into the Stars"[31] Salsoul
Logg United States "I Know You Will"[18] Salsoul
Melba Moore United States "Take My Love"[32] EMI America
Alicia Myers United States "I Want to Thank You"[8] MCA
North End United States "Happy Days"[33] Emergency
Yoko Ono Japan "Walking on Thin Ice"[34] Geffen
The Pointer Sisters United States "Slow Hand"[35] Planet
Skyy United States "Call Me"[36] Salsoul
Suzy Q Canada "Get on Up and Do It Again" Atlantic
Tom Tom Club United States "Genius of Love"[37] Sire
Vicky D United States "This Beat Is Mine" Sam
Yarbrough and Peoples United States "Don't Stop the Music"[19][38] Mercury
1982 Atlantic Starr United States "Circles"[39][40] A&M
The Chi-Lites United States "Hot on a Thing (Called Love)"[41] Chi Sound
Freeez United Kingdom "One to One" Virgin (GE) / Beggars Banquet (UK)
Marvin Gaye United States "Sexual Healing"[42] Columbia
Larry Graham United States "Sooner or Later" Warner Bros. Records
Gwen Guthrie United States "It Should Have Been You"[43] Island
Imagination United Kingdom "Changes" R&B
Imagination United Kingdom "Just an Illusion" R&B
Imagination United Kingdom "Music and Lights" R&B
Indeep United States "Last Night a D.J. Saved My Life"[44][45] Sound of New York
Inner Life United States "Moment of My Life"[4] Salsoul
Michael Jackson United States "Baby Be Mine" Epic
Evelyn "Champagne" King United States "Love Come Down" RCA
Madonna United States "Everybody"[46] Sire / Warner Bros.
Melba Moore United States "Love's Comin' At Ya"[32][47] EMI America / Capitol
Peech Boys United States "Don't Make Me Wait" / "Life Is Something Special"[48] West End / Island
Fonda Rae United States "Over Like a Fat Rat"[8] Vanguard
Roxy Music United Kingdom "The Main Thing"[49] Warner Bros. / E.G.
Patrice Rushen United States "Forget Me Nots"[50] Rhino
Shalamar United States "A Night to Remember" SOLAR
Sinnamon United States "Thanks to You"[51] Becket
The Universal Robot Band United States "Barely Breaking Even"[52] Moonglow
Stevie Wonder United States "Do I Do"[53] Tamla / Motown
Michael Wycoff United States "Looking Up to You"[54] RCA
1983 David Bowie United Kingdom "Let's Dance"[55][56] EMI America
David Bowie United Kingdom "Without You"[57] EMI America
Peter Brown United States "Back to the Front"[58] RCA Victor
Carl Carlton United States "Swing That Sexy Thang"[59] RCA Victor
Oliver Cheatham United Kingdom "Get Down Saturday Night" MCA (US)
The Chi-Lites United States "Bottom's Up"[41] Larc
Aretha Franklin United States "Get It Right"[60] Arista
The Gap Band United States "Somedya"[61] Total Experience
Gladys Knight & the Pips United States "Save the Overtime (For Me)"[60] Columbia
Debbie Harry United States "Rush Rush"[62] Chrysalis
Michael Jackson United States "Billie Jean"[63][64] Epic
Michael Jackson United States "Thriller"[63] Epic
Michael Jackson United States "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'"[65] Epic
Kashif United States "I Just Gotta Have You (Lover Turn Me On)"[66] Arista
KC and the Sunshine Band United States "Give It Up"[67][68] Epic
Kool & the Gang United States "Joanna"[11] De-Lite
Laid Back Denmark "White Horse"[69][70] EMI Music Denmark
Madonna United States "Burning Up"[46] Sire / Warner Bros.
Midnight Star United States "Wet My Whistle"[71] SOLAR
Mtume United States "Juicy Fruit"[72] Epic
The S.O.S. Band United States "Just Be Good to Me"[73] Tabu
Shannon United States "Let the Music Play"[74][75] Mirage / Atco / Atlantic
Donna Summer United States "She Works Hard for the Money"[76][77][78] Mercury
1984 Jocelyn Brown United States "Somebody Else's Guy[79] Vinyl Dreams
Thelma Houston United States "You Used to Hold Me So Tight" MCA
Kool & the Gang United States "Fresh" De Lite
New Edition United States "Cool It Now"[70] MCA
O'Bryan United States "Lovelite" Capitol
Billy Ocean Grenada
United Kingdom
"Caribbean Queen"[80] Jive
The Pointer Sisters United States "I'm So Excited"[35][81] Planet
Stacy Lattisaw & Johnny Gill United States "Block Party" Cotillion
Donna Summer United States "Supernatural Love"[82] Geffen / Warner Bros.
Donna Summer United States "There Goes My Baby"[82] Geffen / Warner Bros.

Mid to late 1980s[edit]

Year Artist Origin Song Label
1985 Evelyn "Champagne" King United States "Your Personal Touch" RCA
Kool & the Gang United States "Cherish"[11] De-Lite
Madonna United States "Into the Groove"[83] Sire / Warner Bros.
Melba Moore United States "King of My Heart"[84] Capitol
1986 E.G. Daily United States "Love in the Shadows"[85] A&M
Midnight Star United States "Midas Touch"[72] SOLAR
Nu Shooz United States "I Can't Wait" Atlantic
Shannon United States "Do You Wanna Get Away"[86] Mirage / Emergency
Sylvester United States "Someone like You" Warner Bros. Records
Timex Social Club United States "Rumors"[70] Jay
1987 The Whispers United States "Rock Steady" SOLAR

2000s and 2010s[edit]

Year Artist Origin Song Label
2001 Missy Elliott United States "Old School Joint"[87] The Goldmind / Elektra
2002 Beyoncé United States "Work It Out"[88][89] Columbia
The Chemical Brothers United Kingdom "Star Guitar"[90] Freestyle Dust (UK) / Astralwerks (US)
2004 The Pharcyde United States "Illusions"[91] Chapter One Entertainment
2008 Black Devil Disco Club France "With Honey Cream"[92] Lo
Hercules and Love Affair United States "Blind"[93] DFA
J*Davey United States "Slooow"[94] Interdependent Media
2009 Dâm-Funk United States "Candy Dancin'"[95] Stones Throw
2010 The Golden Filter United States "Hide Me"[96] Brille
Tensnake Germany "Need Your Lovin'"[97] Permanent Vacation
2012 Prince Rama United States "Those Who Live for Love Will Live Forever"[98] Paw Tracks
2013 Beyoncé United States "Blow"[99] Parkwood / Columbia
Ty Segall United States "Music From a Film 1"[100] Famous Class
2014 The Growlers United States "Chinese Fountain"[101] Everloving (US) / Fat Cat (UK)
Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake United States "Love Never Felt So Good"[102] Epic
Prince United States "Art Official Age"[103] NPG / Warner Bros.

Albums[edit]

Some examples of post-disco albums are listed here:

Year Artist(s) Name Label
1979 Teena Marie Wild and Peaceful[104] Motown
1980 Kool & the Gang Celebrate![105] De-Lite
1980 Lakeside Fantastic Voyage SOLAR
1980 Prince Dirty Mind[12][106][107] Warner Bros.
1980 Sharon Redd Sharon Redd[108] Prelude
1981 Atlantic Starr Radiant A&M
1981 Change Miracles Atlantic / WEA
1981 Grace Jones Nightclubbing[109] Island
1981 Evelyn "Champagne" King I'm in Love RCA
1981 Kool & the Gang Something Special[105] De-Lite
1981 Logg Logg Salsoul
1981 Sister Sledge All American Girls[110] Cotillion
1981 Tom Tom Club Tom Tom Club Sire
1982 Atlantic Starr Brilliance A&M
1982 D Train D. Train Prelude
1982 Michael Jackson Thriller[111][112][113] Epic
1982 Evelyn "Champagne" King Get Loose[114] RCA
1982 Patrice Rushen Straight from the Heart Elektra
1982 Shalamar Friends SOLAR
1983 David Bowie Let's Dance[115][116][117] EMI America
1983 Peter Brown Back to the Front[58] RCA Victor
1983 Madonna Madonna[114][118][119] Sire
1983 The Pointer Sisters Break Out[120] Planet
1983 Donna Summer She Works Hard for the Money[121] Mercury
1986 Club Nouveau Life, Love & Pain[122] Warner Bros.
1999 Les Rythmes Digitales Darkdancer[123] Wall of Sound
2004 Kylie Minogue Ultimate Kylie[124] Parlophone / Mushroom / Capitol
2005 LCD Soundsystem LCD Soundsystem[125] DFA
2009 The Juan MacLean The Future Will Come[126] DFA
2009 Dimitri from Paris Night Dubbin'[127] BBE
2009 DJ Spinna The Boogie Back: Post Disco Club Jams[128] BBE
2011 Holy Ghost! Holy Ghost![129] DFA

Artists[edit]

Musicians
Producers, remixers and DJs

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  36. ^ Shapiro 2006, p. 44.
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  43. ^ a b "Gwen Guthrie; Songwriter, Singer of Dance Hits". Los Angeles Times. 8 February 1994. Retrieved 18 December 2014. "Should Have Been You," which helped establish Guthrie as one of the premier club music performers during the post-disco era. 
  44. ^ Grow, Kory (May 2008). Gorgoroth – Why the most dangerous true Norwegian black-metal band of the decade turned on itself at the Wayback Machine (archived 10 February 2010). Revolver (68). ISSN 1527-408X. "the post-disco classic "Last Night a D.J. Saved My Life" by early-'80s New York crew Indeep"
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  46. ^ a b Brackett & Hoard 2004, p. 508: That gift was there on her 1983 debut, which combined proven postdisco club tracks like "Everybody" and "Burning Up" with breakthrough pop hits "Borderline" and "Lucky Star."
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  48. ^ Reynolds, Simon (1999). Generation Ecstasy: Into the World of Techno and Rave Culture. Routledge. p. 1035. ISBN 0-415-92373-5. 
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  50. ^ Lester, Paul (11 March 2014). "Yumi Zouma (No 1,717)". The Guardian. Retrieved 17 December 2014. Patrice Rushen's postdisco classic Forget Me Nots 
  51. ^ Kellman, Andy. "Jeff Mills – Choice: A Collection of Classics". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved 26 October 2014. Sinnamon's underheard "Thanks to You" (a sparkling post-disco club cut with defiant vocals reminiscent of Teena Marie). 
  52. ^ Kellman, Andy. "Dimitri from Paris / Universal Robot Band – Barely Breaking Even". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved 17 December 2014. 
  53. ^ Henderson, Eric (23 October 2003). "Stevie Wonder – Innervisions". Slant Magazine. Retrieved 26 October 2014. 
  54. ^ Frederick, Brendan (2 October 2014). "The 50 Best R&B Songs of the '90s > 44. Zhané "Hey Mr. DJ" (1993)". Complex. Retrieved 25 October 2014. Written by Kay Gee and the girls, “Hey Mr. DJ” was based on R&B singer Michael Wycoff's "Looking Up to You,” a post-disco boogie groove from 1982. 
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  74. ^ a b Hogan, Ed. "Shannon – Artist Biography". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved 25 October 2014. Vocalist with several post-disco club classics to her credit, including the chart-topping "Let the Music Play." 
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  76. ^ Cinquemani, Sal (30 June 2003). "100 Greatest Music Videos". Slant Magazine. Retrieved 26 October 2014. "She Works Hard for the Money" was one of Summer's first post-disco hits and it quickly became a feminist anthem. 
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  79. ^ Neal, Mark Anthony (22 April 2002). "Nuyorican Nostalgia". PopMatters. Retrieved 25 October 2014. Brown (...) is best known for her 1983 anthem “Somebody Else’s Guy” which was a great example of quality post-Disco dance music emanating out of New York City. 
  80. ^ Promis, Jose F. "Billy Ocean – Greatest Hits [Jive]". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved 27 October 2013. the classic post-disco jam "Caribbean Queen" 
  81. ^ Roach, Vicky (16 September 2013). "Almodovar's dialogue "too offensive" for English-speaking audiences". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 27 October 2014. Almodovar's film takes its title from The Pointer Sisters' post-disco classic 
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  89. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Original Soundtrack – Austin Powers in Goldmember [Soundtrack]". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved 25 October 2014. 
  90. ^ Cinquemani, Sal (27 January 2002). "The Chemical Brothers – Come with Us". Slant Magazine. Retrieved 26 October 2014. 
  91. ^ Nishimoto, Dan (13 September 2005). "Pharcyde – Humboldt Begininngs". Stylus Magazine. Retrieved 25 October 2014. 
  92. ^ Gabriele, Timothy (13 July 2008). "Black Devil Disco Club: Eight Oh Eight". PopMatters. Retrieved 25 October 2014. The opening drum track on the album immediately stamps its post-disco footprint, calling into consideration the widely used 808 drum machine of techno’s early history. That track, “With Honey Cream”, gurgles with swirling LFO and falsetto, but its modern instrumentation remains ideologically retro-futurist. 
  93. ^ Boles, Benjamin (10 April 2008). "Miami party madness". NOW Toronto. Retrieved 29 October 2013. The quirky post-disco track was getting dropped at parties all weekend, even at the more mainstream events. 
  94. ^ Caramanica, Jon (10 June 2008). "At the Intersection of Styles, Taking Some Songs for a Ride". The New York Times. Retrieved 27 October 2014. 
  95. ^ Patrin, Nate (2 December 2009). "Dâm-Funk: Toeachizown". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 29 October 2013. 
  96. ^ Murray, Robin (19 April 2010). "Singles Round Up - April 19th". Clash. Retrieved 26 October 2014. 
  97. ^ Drake, David (6 January 2011). "Tensnake: In The House (Defected, 2010)". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 29 October 2013. Tensnake's own "Need Your Lovin'" is a love-letter to 80s post-disco R&B that appears on the first disc 
  98. ^ Jurek, Thom. "Prince Rama – Top Ten Hits of the End of the World". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved 26 October 2014. 
  99. ^ Cinquemani, Sal. "Beyoncé – Beyoncé". Slant Magazine. Retrieved 26 October 2014. 
  100. ^ Hogan, Marc (29 April 2013). "Hear Ty Segall's Psych-Disco Instrumental 'Music for a Film 1'". Spin. Retrieved 25 October 2014. 
  101. ^ Slaughter, Matthew (29 September 2014). "The Growlers – Chinese Fountain". Drowned in Sound. Retrieved 27 October 2014. 
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