10 Classic Rockers With Little-Known (And Awesomely Bad) Disco Phases

by (@JordanRuntagh)

8. “(No More) Love At Your Convenience” by Alice Cooper (1977) 

OK, seriously? Vincent Furnier loved to shock, but nothing prepared us for the gooey strings and slick production work from this cut off his genre-bending Whiskey & Lace record.


7. “(Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman” The Kinks (1979)

From their Low Budget album, this was Ray Davies‘ attempt at a low budget disco hit. It’s particularly reviled in fan circles.

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