Revisiting the classic soundtrack to “Saturday Night Fever”: Disco doesn’t necessarily need to suck

The soundtrack to the 1977 movie “Saturday Night Fever”, made people dance to the unlikely Beethoven’s “Fifth Symphony”. It’s perhaps the greatest Disco album ever made, we revisit the historical record on the day that it started a 24 week run at No.1 on the U.S albums charts

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“Have You Ever Feel You’re Being Cheated?” The Sex Pistols play their final gig with Sid Vicious on this day in 1978

By 1978 the Sex Pistols were already the leaders of the Punk Rock music movement, but on January 14th, during their infamous American Tour, the band decided to call it quit and played their last show at the San Francisco Winterland

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In 1978 “KISS Meets the Phantom of The Park”

During the Halloween season of 1978 KISS makes their film debut on “KISS Meets the Phantom of The Park”, a TV movie made for NBC that features the band as their stage characters. Despite the bad reviews the movie had ever since it’s release, it has now attained cult film status

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Nancy Spungen’s infamous death at New York’s Chelsea Hotel and Sid Vicious heroin overdose

On the morning of October 12, 1978, Nancy Spungen, the twenty-year-old girlfriend of former Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious, was found dead in a blood-stained bathroom in their room at the Chelsea Hotel in Manhattan, New York

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The Rolling Stones get their last U.S No.1 in 1978 with the Disco influenced “Miss You”

Featured on their album “Some Girls” and credited to Jagger-Richards, the actual songwriting of the Stones Rock-Disco hit “Miss You” has been the subject of a long dispute between some members of the band

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