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Baby Loves Disco (3CD)

Artist: Various

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  A great album for dancing with your kids

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This is a great compilation which was specially designed for the parents of young children.

"There's nothing like a good ol' boogie around the house with little ones at your feet, so why not share the fun and invite your friends round" Taken from Bounty who the compilation was compiled with.

Not only is it great for fun times with the kids, but is also great in the car or when your trying to make housework a little more fun.

Overall a nice compliation of fun disco and pop tunes.

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  A disco CD anyone can love...

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I'll admit it, I thought I was going to be unsure with this CD. Firstly the title. I'm not sure what the baby angle is, if only to look catchy!! And lets be honest, not all the tracks on this compilation are strictly disco. But then again, I don't really care about all that, because despite the title and track listing, there are some great songs on here that will get any baby, kid, adult, or granny shuffling their stuff.
Apart from one or two tracks, and I won't mention them because it would seem a bit harsh, this looks like it's been put together to have fun with, and It has a kind of fresh feel to it. So this three disc set should suit most.
What I really like though, is you will find a few outstanding songs that will always be considered classics...so I will mention them. Odyssey - Use It Up And Wear It Out, Shalamar - I Can Make You Feel Good, KC & The Sunshine Band - Give It Up, Stephanie Mills - Never Knew Love Like This Before and Indeep - Last Night A DJ Saved My Life are all fabulous disco songs that will stand up well to anything in today's dance scene. On top of that lets not forget Dancing Queen, YMCA, Funky Town and All Night Long, it's then you might realise that you get your money's worth with this.
However, and unfortunately as with most compilations, some songs start repeating themselves, and it would be fair to say that this is no exception. We've heard them plenty of times before, and probably got most of them, but this does have a modernistic feel about it. A clever mixture of old and new.
So anyone who has a party planned, or simply wants to boogie to their iPod or in the car, this looks like it'll be perfect. And if you're like me, couldn't boogie for food, it still looks good.

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