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Disco 9000 Johnnie Taylor Columbia PS 35004, 1977
Disco 9000 album cover

Johnnie Taylor's entry into the blaxploitation genre is a disappointing affair. The album features a number of uninspired sub-disco soul tracks, very few of which actually appeared in the movie. The album's only redeeming feature is the Disco 9000 theme. The film is much, much better than the soundtrack album and, ironically, showcases some excellent songs that aren't on this album.

Overall Rating: 2
see also: movie radio spot

Track listing:

I Don't Know What I'd Do Without You | Toot Your Flute | Just A Happy Song | God Is Standing By | Disco 9000 | I Love You Woman | Right Now |

 

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