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Playlist of The Trammps

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    The Trammps - Disco Inferno

    3:44

    One of the first disco bands. Expressive appearance

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    The Tramps -- Disco Inferno Live Video HQ

    4:33

    The Tramps -- Disco Inferno :: Lyrics :: Burn baby burn.
    Burn baby burn
    Burn baby burn
    Burn baby burn

    To my surprise, one hundred stories high
    People getting loose y'all, getting down on the roof
    Folks are screaming, out of control
    It was so entertaining when the boogie started to explode
    I heard somebody say

    (Burn baby burn) disco inferno
    (Burn baby burn) burn that mother down
    (Burn baby burn) disco inferno
    (Burn baby burn) burn that mother down

    Satisfaction came in a chain reaction (Burnin')
    I couldn't get enough, so I had to self-destruct
    The heat was on, rising to the top
    Everybody going strong, and that is when my spark got hot
    I heard somebody say

    (Burn baby burn) disco inferno
    (Burn baby burn) burn that mother down y'all
    (Burn baby burn) disco inferno
    (Burn baby burn) burn that mother down

    Up above my head
    I hear music in the air
    That makes me know
    There's a party somewhere

    Satisfaction came in a chain reaction (Burnin')
    I couldn't get enough, so I had to self-destruct
    The heat was on, rising to the top
    Everybody going strong, and that is when my spark got hot
    I heard somebody say

    (Burn baby burn) disco inferno
    (Burn baby burn) burn that mother down
    (Burn baby burn) disco inferno
    (Burn baby burn) burn that mother down

    (Burn baby burn)
    (Burn baby burn) burn that mother down
    (Burn baby burn) disco inferno
    (Burn baby burn) burn that mother down...

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    The Trammps - Hold Back The Night • TopPop

    3:25

    The Trammps were an American disco and soul band, who were based in Philadelphia and were one of the first disco bands. They visited the Toppop studios in the Netherlands many times.
    They are best known for their Grammy winning song, Disco Inferno, originally released in 1976, becoming a UK pop hit and US R&B hit. After inclusion in the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, the song was re-released in 1978 and became an international pop hit worldwide.
    This was the Trammps 5th performance on Toppop.
    The lead vocals are from Jimmy Ellis and the bass vocals are by Earl Young.

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    Broadcast date: 1976-02-13

    This is to let you know that the video recording of the video clip was originally recorded by AVROTROS Broadcasting. AVROTROS Broadcasting hereby warrants and represents that it is the sole and exclusive owner of the physical film and/or videotape footage in this video clip.

    The performance of the artist(s) in the clip was filmed and recorded with the written consent of the artist(s) and their representatives.

    AVROTROS is a Dutch radio and television broadcaster, founded in 2014 from a merger of AVRO and TROS. From January 1st, 2014 the name of the merged broadcaster was used in joint programmes. AVRO was founded in 1923 as the Netherlands first public broadcaster. TROS started broadcasting in 1964. Toppop was a weekly AVRO pop program that was aired between 1970 and 1988.

    AVROTROS Broadcasting
    PO Box 2
    1200 JA Hilversum
    The Netherlands

    TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.
    World famous music artists performed on TopPop: ABBA, 10CC, Bee Gees, The Jacksons with Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Earth & Fire, Queen, Golden Earring, Boney M, KC & The Sunshine Band, Chic, Donna Summer and many many more.

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    The Trammps - Thats Where The Happy People Go

    7:50

    By Musicland65

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    De Toppers - The Trammps Medley

    6:59

    Music video by De Toppers performing The Trammps Medley. (P) 2013 The copyright in this audiovisual recording is owned by Toppers In Concert BV

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    Disco Inferno

    3:34

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Disco Inferno · The Trammps

    Playlist: The Best Of The Trammps

    ℗ 1977 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

    Producer: Earl Young
    Producer: Norman Harris
    Producer: Ronnie Baker
    Vocals: The Trammps
    Writer: Leroy Green
    Writer: Ron Kersey

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    The Trammps - Hold Back The Night

    3:29

    Here's our 1992 remake of the Philly classic. The Trammps were on tour with my guitar player, Erwin Keiles, and I cut five tracks with them, this one, along with Feet Don't Fail Me Now, Conversation, My Love Is Free and Ten Per Cent. We also did another version of this song, Hold Back The Night, as a sort of duet along with pop group KWS, which charted top thirty. But here's the version we did of just The Trammps, remaking Hold Back The Night

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    The Trammps ~ Stop & Think 1975 Disco Purrfection Version

    10:07

    Another forgotten Sigma Studios classic! MFSB drummer Earl Young along with bassist Ronnie Baker and engineer Joe Tarsia experimented with all kinds of techniques that resulted in the lush orchestral sounds that made the music of Philadelphia International instantly recognizable. For example Baker would use a rubber band on his bass that created an unique sound that perfectly complimented Young's eclectic drumming style. Young's own trick was to put his wallet on the snare drum while he played and Tarsia's constant attention to microphone placement and on the instruments being used helped to make the sound of Philadelphia. You may already know about how those elements came together on Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes smash The Love I Lost when Young used a little drumming trick by using an open hi-hat between the beats that became disco's calling card. It also allowed DJ's to cue up records more easily as the hissing sound could be clearly heard on the headphones even over the most booming club sound systems. The Trammps began as 60's Philadelphia based vocal group the Volcanos. Now the Volcanos sides are considered influential since the nascent band MFSB was backing the group. Their single Storm Warning was a turning point for the Philadelphia sound which crystallized with Jerry Butler's Only The Strong Survive where the use of keyboards (piano and vibraphone by Vince Montana) became part of the TSOP mix. The Volcanos (sic) then morphed into the Moods. By the time the 70's rolled around, vocalist Jimmy Ellis and Earl Young were in the band and the group moved into the house of Sigma. Their first major hit was Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart in 1972 although the song was not put on a album until 1975's The Legendary Zing Album. Earlier in 1975 they released their debut album The Trammps which contained Stop And Think, a disco flavoured song that peaked at #5 on the disco charts, but failed to make a dent in the pop charts, so it is largely unknown and thus forgotten. Too bad because its a lively and lush vehicle for the talents of the Trammps. The following year they broke through with Disco Inferno that distilled the disco sound into a tightly coiled groove that raised the temperature of clubs all over the world and had its status cemented in the movie Saturday Night Fever. The Trammps are the only group to ever succeed themselves at #1 on the disco/dance chart and they did it with two songs from their That's Where The Happy People Go LP, the title track for two weeks and then Disco Party topped the chart for five weeks. Sadly, singer Jimmy Ellis who had been suffering from Alzheimer's disease passed away March 8, 2012 at the age of 74, but Earl Young is still recording and touring as Earl Young's Trammps as of today. Visit their Facebook page

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    The Trammps - Night The Lights Went Out In New York City • TopPop

    3:16

    The Trammps were an American disco and soul band, who were based in Philadelphia and were one of the first disco bands. They visited the Toppop studios in the Netherlands many times.
    They are best known for their Grammy winning song, Disco Inferno, originally released in 1976, becoming a UK pop hit and US R&B hit. After inclusion in the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, the song was re-released in 1978 and became an international pop hit worldwide.

    The lead vocals are from Jimmy Ellis and the bass vocals are by Earl Young.

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    Broadcast date: 1978/3/11

    This is to let you know that the video recording of the video clip was originally recorded by AVROTROS Broadcasting. AVROTROS Broadcasting hereby warrants and represents that it is the sole and exclusive owner of the physical film and/or videotape footage in this video clip.

    The performance of the artist(s) in the clip was filmed and recorded with the written consent of the artist(s) and their representatives.

    AVROTROS is a Dutch radio and television broadcaster, founded in 2014 from a merger of AVRO and TROS. From January 1st, 2014 the name of the merged broadcaster was used in joint programmes. AVRO was founded in 1923 as the Netherlands first public broadcaster. TROS started broadcasting in 1964. Toppop was a weekly AVRO pop program that was aired between 1970 and 1988.

    AVROTROS Broadcasting
    PO Box 2
    1200 JA Hilversum
    The Netherlands

    TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.
    World famous music artists performed on TopPop: ABBA, 10CC, Bee Gees, The Jacksons with Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Earth & Fire, Queen, Golden Earring, Boney M, KC & The Sunshine Band, Chic, Donna Summer and many many more.

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    The Trammps - The Night The Lights Went Out

    7:14

    Slayd5000 presents... The Trammps - The Night The Lights Went Out (Promo 12)
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    More to come.

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    Season For Girls-The Trammps-1977

    7:59

    From The 1977 LP The Trammps III

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    Where Do We Go From Here by The Trammps

    3:49

    From their 1974/75 self titled release titled Trammps,...these are The Trammps.

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    The Trammps - Disco Inferno .AVI

    5:12

    Video version for Dvj André Costa
    Remasterizado originalmente em 720x480 @ 29,97fps áudio 224kbps @ 48Khz

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    The Trammps - Hooked For Life

    4:42

    The Trammps - Hooked For Life. Dj Cole's Disco Classics.
    Buy The 1976 Where The Happy People Go Album. Atlantic Records.
    Written By Bunny Sigler, Norman Harris And Allan Felder.
    Arranged By Norman Harris
    Please Enjoy.

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    The Trammps Live at the MaxProms 2016

    10:12

    The Trammps Live at the MaxProms 2016 in de Jaarbeurs te Utrecht.
    Disco inferno, Shout, Hold back the Night en the Lights went out in New York City,

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    THE TRAMMPS - Disco Inferno Reprise

    5:13

    THIS SONG IS AN ENCORE PERFORMANCE AND IT IS OUR UNOFFICIAL END OF SUMMER SHOW, AND CONCLUDES OUR SUMMER '05 SERIES OF CONCERT HIGHLIGHTS...

    SUPPORT LIVE MUSIC !!!

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    Hold Back the Night - The Trammps

    3:19

    Hold Back the Night
    The Trammps
    Released: 1975
    Label: Buddah Records
    Written By -- A. Felder, R. Baker, N. Harris, E. Young

    For entertainment & educational purposes only. All Rights Reserved by its rightful owner.
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    The Trammps - Disco Inferno , 70s dance show

    3:34



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    The Trammps - Disco Party

    8:13

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    Madonna Vs The Trammps - Disco Music Inferno

    5:45

    Please Share this Mashup on Social sites (Facebook, Google +, Twitter etc.) to more persons could listen it!

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    The Trammps - Thats Where The Happy People Go

    3:24

    One of the top disco bands in the world. This is imho one of the best disco songs ever.

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    The Trammps - Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart • TopPop

    3:24

    The Trammps were an American disco and soul band, who were based in Philadelphia and were one of the first disco bands. They visited the Toppop studios in the Netherlands many times.
    They are best known for their Grammy winning song, Disco Inferno, originally released in 1976, becoming a UK pop hit and US R&B hit. After inclusion in the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, the song was re-released in 1978 and became an international pop hit worldwide.
    The band's first major success was with their 1972 cover version of Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart”
    It reached # 12 in the Dutch Top 40 on 20 December 1975.
    The lead vocals are from Jimmy Ellis and the bass vocals are by Earl Young.
    This Toppop performance was first broadcast on 28 November 1975.

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    The performance of the artist(s) in the clip was filmed and recorded with the written consent of the artist(s) and their representatives.

    AVROTROS is a Dutch radio and television broadcaster, founded in 2014 from a merger of AVRO and TROS. From January 1st, 2014 the name of the merged broadcaster was used in joint programmes. AVRO was founded in 1923 as the Netherlands first public broadcaster. TROS started broadcasting in 1964. Toppop was a weekly AVRO pop program that was aired between 1970 and 1988.

    AVROTROS Broadcasting
    PO Box 2
    1200 JA Hilversum
    The Netherlands

    TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.
    World famous music artists performed on TopPop: ABBA, 10CC, Bee Gees, The Jacksons, David Bowie, Earth & Fire, Boney M, Smokie, KC & The Sunshine Band, Chick, Donna Summer, Rod Stewart, and many many more.

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    Trammps - Thats Where The Happy People Go

    6:47

    The Very Spirit Of Disco!! 1975.. :p

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    The Trammps - Thats Where The Happy People Go • TopPop

    3:04

    The Trammps were an American disco and soul band, who were based in Philadelphia and were one of the first disco bands. They visited the Toppop studios in the Netherlands many times.
    They are best known for their Grammy winning song, Disco Inferno, originally released in 1976, becoming a UK pop hit and US R&B hit. After inclusion in the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, the song was re-released in 1978 and became an international pop hit worldwide.
    This was the Trammps 6th performance on Toppop.
    The lead vocals are from Jimmy Ellis and the bass vocals are by Earl Young.

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    Broadcast date:4/3/1976

    This is to let you know that the video recording of the video clip was originally recorded by AVROTROS Broadcasting. AVROTROS Broadcasting hereby warrants and represents that it is the sole and exclusive owner of the physical film and/or videotape footage in this video clip.

    The performance of the artist(s) in the clip was filmed and recorded with the written consent of the artist(s) and their representatives.

    AVROTROS is a Dutch radio and television broadcaster, founded in 2014 from a merger of AVRO and TROS. From January 1st, 2014 the name of the merged broadcaster was used in joint programmes. AVRO was founded in 1923 as the Netherlands first public broadcaster. TROS started broadcasting in 1964. Toppop was a weekly AVRO pop program that was aired between 1970 and 1988.

    AVROTROS Broadcasting
    PO Box 2
    1200 JA Hilversum
    The Netherlands

    TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.
    World famous music artists performed on TopPop: ABBA, 10CC, Bee Gees, The Jacksons with Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Earth & Fire, Queen, Golden Earring, Boney M, KC & The Sunshine Band, Chic, Donna Summer and many many more.

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    The Trammps Philly Where Do We Go From Here 1974 My Extended Version!

    8:19

    No copyright infringement intended. Credit only to composers and artists. For historical and informational purposes only. The perfection of what came from Philly...and one of my favorites. Sadly, genius Tom Moulton only extended his newer remix only to just over 5 minutes...but I stretched it for over 8 minutes...I just had to! Hope you enjoy it. PS...the magnificent, late Jimmy Ellis is on lead...man....what a perfect voice!! And backed up by the Sweathearts of Sigma Sound....HEAVEN!!

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    The Trammps - Disco Inferno • TopPop

    3:33

    The Trammps were an American disco and soul band, who were based in Philadelphia and were one of the first disco bands. They visited the Toppop studios in the Netherlands many times.
    They are best known for their Grammy winning song, Disco Inferno, originally released in 1976, becoming a UK pop hit and US R&B hit. After inclusion in the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, the song was re-released in 1978 and became an international pop hit worldwide.
    This was the Trammps 8th performance on Toppop which was recorded in Philadelphia.
    The lead vocals are from Jimmy Ellis and the bass vocals are by Earl Young.

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    Broadcast date: 26/04/1976

    This is to let you know that the video recording of the video clip was originally recorded by AVROTROS Broadcasting. AVROTROS Broadcasting hereby warrants and represents that it is the sole and exclusive owner of the physical film and/or videotape footage in this video clip.

    The performance of the artist(s) in the clip was filmed and recorded with the written consent of the artist(s) and their representatives.

    AVROTROS is a Dutch radio and television broadcaster, founded in 2014 from a merger of AVRO and TROS. From January 1st, 2014 the name of the merged broadcaster was used in joint programmes. AVRO was founded in 1923 as the Netherlands first public broadcaster. TROS started broadcasting in 1964. Toppop was a weekly AVRO pop program that was aired between 1970 and 1988.

    AVROTROS Broadcasting
    PO Box 2
    1200 JA Hilversum
    The Netherlands

    TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.
    World famous music artists performed on TopPop: ABBA, 10CC, Bee Gees, The Jacksons with Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Earth & Fire, Queen, Golden Earring, Boney M, KC & The Sunshine Band, Chic, Donna Summer and many many more.

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    The Trammps - I Feel Like Ive Been Livin : Disco / 70s Soul

    3:25

    Fav Trammps tune, taken from the 1978 Best of the Trammps LP

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    The Trammps - Rubberband

    5:16

    The Trammps - Rubberband (1975)

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    Disco Inferno ~ The Trammps

    10:50

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    TOPPOP: The Trammps - Thats Where The Happy People Go

    3:04

    Artist: The Trammps
    Title: That's Where The Happy People Go
    Broadcast date: 3-4-1976
    TV program: TopPop
    Video rights: AVRO

    gives you easy access to unique footage. .

    TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.

    World famous music artists performed on TopPop: ABBA, 10CC, Bee Gees, The Jacksons, David Bowie, Earth & Fire, Boney M, Smokie, KC & The Sunshine Band, Chick, Donna Summer, Rod Stewart, and many many more.

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    Great images ❯

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    All copyrights for all videos on this official TopPop YouTube channel are cleared and belong to Dutch public broadcaster AVROTROS. Please contact copyright@expoza.com for copyright-inquiries or tom.steenbergen@avrotros.nl for licensing.

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    The Trammps - Zing Went The Strings of My Heart

    3:20

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    The Trammps - Zing Went The String Of My Heart - Parts 1 & 2.

    8:19

    Empolgante canção dos Trammps, em duas versões a instrumental e a vocal, lembro-me dos idos de 1972 quando ouvi pela primeira vez os pratos sibilantes na bateria que depois seriam uma marca registrada da Era Disco, e os vocais arrasadores, na verdade uma levada Doo Wop em plenos 70's, fotos de belas mulheres em todas as suas nuances da beleza mais deslumbrante a mais singela, pois que elas ocupam um lado essencial de nossas vidas como Mães, Amantes, Amores... não à toa as primeiras divindades eram todas associadas ao Feminino...............

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    THE TRAMMPS - Hold Back The Night

    3:13

    Pure Philly Soul Just Outside NYC!!

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    The Trammps - Shout

    3:29

    The Trammps - Shout

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    The Trammps - Disco Inferno

    7:22

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    The Trammps - Hold Back The Night 1973 HD

    3:31

    The history of the Trammps grew from the 1960s group, the Volcanos, who later became The Moods. With a number of line-up changes by the early 1970s, the band membership included gospel-influenced lead singer, Jimmy Ellis, drummer and bass singer, Earl Young, with brothers, Stanley and Harold 'Doc' Wade.

    Members of the Philadelphia recording band, MFSB played with the group on records and on tour in the 70s with singer, Robert Upchurch joining later.

    The group was produced by the Philadelphia team of Ronnie Baker, Norman Harris and Young, all MFSB mainstays who played on the recording sessions and contributed songs.

    Their debut chart entry came via an upbeat cover version of the standard, Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart, which became a Top 20 US R&B chart hit in 1972.

    Their first few recordings were released on Buddah Records, including Hold Back The Night which was a hit in the UK and on the Billboard R&B chart in 1973, before a re-release saw it climb the U.S. Hot 100 two years later.

    Several R&B hits followed during a stay with Philadelphia International subsidiary, Golden Fleece (run by Baker-Harris-Young) before they signed to Atlantic Records.

    Their single Disco Inferno (1976), which was included on the Grammy Award winning Saturday Night Fever soundtrack in 1977, reached #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in May 1978.

    Other major hits included Hold Back the Night (1975) (UK #5) and That's Where the Happy People Go (1976). In late 1977, the Trammps released the song The Night the Lights Went Out to commemorate the electrical blackout that affected New York City on July 13, 1977.

    1973 Pop Charts Hold Back The Night UK #5
    1975 Pop Charts Hold Back The Night USA #35 USA R&B #10....

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    The Trammps - Hold back the night at Baltic Soul Weekender #5

    4:54

    The Trammps & the Baltic soul Orchestra live in concert, April 2011

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    The Trammps - Stop And Think

    3:09

    From the 1975 Golden Fleece album, Trammps

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    The Trammps PROMISE ME

    4:53

    Promise Me

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    Disco Inferno - The Trammps

    5:29

    The Trammps live at Eisenhower Park

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    The Trammps - Disco Inferno 1976

    10:49

    My favorite disco track from the seventies!

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    the trammps - disco inferno HD

    10:48

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    trammps shout

    3:02

    dvdrip

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    TRAMMPS - ZING WENT THE STRINGS OF MY HEART - BUDDAH 306 - 1972

    8:10

    DISCO

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    Disco inferno live THE TRAMMPS

    11:34

    Disco diva 2018 GABICCE MONTE

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    The Trammps - Disco Inferno

    3:48

    The Trammps - Disco Inferno (2nd Version) (1976)

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    The Trammps - Disco Inferno

    3:34

    1977 - Saturday Night Fever

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    The Trammps - Save A Place

    4:59

    The Trammps - Save A Place

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    The Trammps ✧ Disco Inferno

    3:16

    Burn, baby, burn
    Burn, baby, burn
    Burn, baby, burn
    Burn, baby, burn
    Burnin'
    To my surprise, yes
    One hundred stories high
    People gettin' loose, y'all
    You gettin' down on the roof
    Let me hear
    The folks was flamin'
    Out of control It was so entertainin'
    When the boogie start to explode
    I heard somebody say
    Burn, baby, burn
    Disco inferno
    Burn, baby, burn
    Burn that mother down
    Burn, baby, burn
    Disco inferno
    Burn, baby, burn
    Burn that mother down
    Burnin'
    Satisfaction (Ooh hoo hoo)
    Came in a chain reaction (Burnin')
    I couldn't get enough
    Till I had to self-destruct (Ooh hoo hoo)
    The heat was on (Burnin')
    Rising to the top, mm
    Everybody's goin' strong (Ooh hoo hoo)
    That is when my spark got hot
    I heard somebody say
    Burn, baby, burn
    Disco inferno
    Burn, baby, burn
    Burn that mother down, y'all
    Burn, baby, burn
    Disco inferno
    Burn, baby, burn
    Burn that mother down
    Burnin'
    Up above my head
    I hear music in the air
    I hear music!
    That makes me know
    There's a party somewhere
    Satisfaction, mm
    Came in a chain reaction
    Let me hear
    I couldn't get enough
    So I had to self-destruct, mm
    The heat was on
    Rising to the top, mm
    Everybody's goin' strong
    That is when my spark got hot
    I heard somebody say
    Burn, baby, burn
    Disco inferno
    Burn, baby, burn
    Burn that mother down
    Burn, baby, burn
    Disco inferno, yeah
    Burn, baby, burn
    Burn that mother down, get it
    Burn, baby, burn
    Ahh...
    Burn, baby, burn
    Burn that mother down
    Burn, baby, burn
    Disco inferno
    Burn, baby, burn
    Burn that mother down

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    The Trammps - Rubber Band

    3:52

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