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S.O.S.  - Monday Night Fever download mp3 album
Performer:
S.O.S.
Album:
Monday Night Fever
Released:
2005
FLAC vers. size:
1797 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1108 mb
WMA vers. size:
1317 mb
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Rating:
4.3 ★
Votes:
214

Saturday Night Fever is the soundtrack album from the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever starring John Travolta. It remains the best-selling soundtrack of all time with over 54 million units sold (double disc album. In the United States, the album was certified 16 Platinum for shipments of at least 16 million units. The album stayed atop the album charts for 24 straight weeks from January to July 1978 and stayed on Billboard's album charts for 120 weeks until March 1980

Redirected from Night Fever (album)). Night Fever" is a song written and performed by the Bee Gees. It first appeared on the soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever on RSO Records. Producer Robert Stigwood wanted to call the film Saturday Night, but singer Robin Gibb expressed hesitation at the title. Stigwood liked the title Night Fever but was wary of marketing a movie with that name

Saturday Night Fever ("The Original Movie Soundtrack" album): OK, I'm not a big Disco fan but for a while, if you wanted to meet a chick, you had to hit the disco floor. I confess my limited participation was for that reason. I was looking for some selections from my past days of Disco and the music that I use to love. Today's music isn't bad but sometimes you want that "sounds of 70's" and this fit the bill. I also needed something to increase my speed on the treadmill,so with this I get into the beat that I remember and kick up that old feeling of my youth. The quality of the era is there and the songs are a great variety ! I would recommend this to anyone who like the sound of the 70's.

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Saturday Night Fever, although hardly as prodigious an artistic achievement as those precursors, was precisely that kind of musical phenomenon for the second half of the '70s. Ironically, before its release, the disco boom had seemingly run its course, primarily in Europe, and was confined mostly to black culture and the gay underground in America. Saturday Night Fever, as a movie and an album, plus a brace of hit singles off of it, suddenly made disco explode into mainstream, working- and middle-class America with a new immediacy and urgency, increasing its audience ten-fold overnight.

For the UK television programme, see Night Fever (TV series). from the album Saturday Night Fever: The Original Movie Sound Track. Down the Road (live)".

Saturday Night Fever (soundtrack). Interestingly, while the Bee Gees comprised only a third of the soundtrack, this is virtually indispensable as a Bee Gees album AMG because it presented the Gibb brothers not just as performers but composers with cuts recorded by Yvonne Elliman (If I Can’t Have You), and Tavares (More Than a Woman). If I Can’t Have You. It should be noted that while disco was cast in a negative light in the wake of its Saturday Night Fever-fueled explosion, this album still holds up. The Bee Gees wrote a set of theme. turdy enough to endure beyond the moment of hotness

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Intro
2 Crazy 4 This 1
3 Current Affair
Rap [Featuring] – S. Boogie*
4 Evil Bitches
5 Macadocious
Rap [Featuring] – S. Boogie*
6 Make It
7 Luv Iz Real
8 Sizzla
9 Ain't Sayin' Nothin'
Rap [Featuring] – Madness , WhyGee*
10 When We MC
11 Type New (+ Hidden Bonus Track)

Credits

  • Rap – S.P.O.T. , Skramble