- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 2006
- Label: Collectables Records
- Original Album: Atlantic 18211 (1977)
Description by OLDIES.com:
Originally released in 1977 by Atlantic, Disco Inferno was a huge success for the soulful disco group. The album was a Top 50 Pop sensation and climbed all the way to #16 on the Billboard Black Albums chart.
- 1.Body Contact Contract
- 3.I Feel Like I've Been Livin' (On The Dark Side Of The Moon)
- 4.Disco Inferno
- 5.Don't Burn No Bridges
- 6.You Touch My Hot Line
Along with the 11-minute title track, this CD features 5 other Trammps disco classics.
Producers: Ron Baker, Norman Harris, Earl Young.
The Trammps (Disco): Stanley Wade, Harold Wade, Robert Upchurch, Earl Young, Jimmy Ellis.
The success of the title track, featured in Saturday Night Fever, likely overshadowed the remainder of the album. Disco Inferno, the second full-length the Trammps released in 1976, features five other cuts, all of which are laced with the kind of Philly soul-rooted elegance heard on the group's biggest hit, with the likes of Norman Harris, Allan Felder, Ron Kersey, and Ron Tyson involved with the songwriting, arranging, and production. "I Feel Like I've Been Livin' (On the Dark Side of the Moon)" was the only other charting single, but at least two others -- especially the opening "Body Contact Contract" -- deserved regular rotation. ~ Andy Kellman