"Disco Inferno" by The Trammps -- Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera

In 1976 The Trammps topped their soulful success with a disco hit titled, "Disco Inferno - Produced by Earl Young, Norman Harris and Ronald Baker, this LP was the break into ultimate dance floor continuity for these guys.

The song was featured in the 1977 soundtrack "Saturday Night Fever" and the rest we all know about. This cut has been the most celebrated track in disco music and even today it a stamp for the non-stop sound of the disco mix. This one aided again by the talented and incredible Tom Moulton.

Being a teenager in the 70's left me exposed to the disaster film genre starting with films such as, "Earthquake" and "The Poseidon Adventure" -- it was an exciting time and lots of adventure. I have taken some scenes from Mr. Irwin Allen's (The Master Of Disaster) and segued them into this dance classic by The Trammps. In no way do I heckle or laugh at "fire" -- this is intended as a fun and harmless excursion. I in no way want to project that pain and suffering is amusing. I hope you will understand and enjoy my "hot" little project!

Note: "Disco Inferno" was supposedly influenced by this film.

Scenes from Irwin Allen's "The Towering Inferno" -- RENT THE DVD!
Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
Produced by Ken Emmons

Video footage used on these projects are used soley to promote purchase of the DVD or CD/MP3.

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