Directly from the Cosmic Discotheque galaxy, here is a brand-new satellite called Arabian Disco. This fine disc will get you through a bizarre sub-world of '70s disco. This was mostly a European-disco sub-genre clearly inspired by Arabian atmospheres. Now after the so-called classic disco, Afro disco, and space disco you should be ready for this new strand. A unique blend of exotic nuances and typical belly dance rhythms. Thanks to these 12 tracks you will discover a whole new landscape based on the mix of apparently different genres and distant cultures. Only for disco junkies and belly dancers on acid. Features Ismaïl, Slim, The Bumpers, The Sand Flowers, Leila, The Abdul Hassan Orchestra, Pop Concerto Orchestra, Sands, Nowy, Antares, Babylone, and Voyage.

A1. Ismaïl - Rock' n Roll Mouzoune (1976)
A2. Slim - Arabian Disco (1978)
A3. The Bumpers - Camel Bump (1975)
A4. The Sand Flowers - Sahara Casino (1974)
A5. Leila - Leila (1977)
A6. The Abdul Hassan Orchestra - Disco Arab (1977)
B1. Pop Concerto Orchestra - Arabian Melody (1972)
B2. Sands - Nefertiti (part 1) (1975)
B3. Nowy - Ay Ya Zein (Part 1) (1978)
B4. Antares - Arabian Dance (1978)
B5. Babylone - Dance the Oriental Dance (1977)
B6. Voyage - Orient Express (1978)

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