Tags : | Disco | 7.00 MB

Description : Post Post Disco tune with Wicked distorted sounds and wah effects and a rippin solo, chaque Roxy Music A La Angel Eyes Manifesto Era.

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  1. zigzager
    zigzager on Wed 13th Mar 2024 - 2 months ago


  2. TribeOfHofund
    TribeOfHofund on Thu 27th Oct 2022 - 1 year ago

    It takes one to know one, Sir. ;-)

    Track is ubercool. Best disco I have heard in a long time. Keep it up.

    Kind Regards

  3. Chasmchaser
    Chasmchaser on Mon 27th Apr 2020 - 4 years ago

    I lived in Europe when I heard Roxy...Loved them. The music was so different from that in the US. This track brought back great memories. Awesome man.

    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks mate

  4. Daniall
    Daniall on Thu 23rd Apr 2020 - 4 years ago

    The rhythm of the music makes you feel good. It's always very interesting and it's not very interesting in my opinion.

    Reply by crucethus

    It's always very interesting and it's not very interesting in my opinion.

    Well that's a paradoxical statement? Care to elaborate?

  5. UncleMalaria
    UncleMalaria on Fri 29th Nov 2019 - 4 years ago

    great track

    Reply by crucethus


  6. Azraelabbadon
    Azraelabbadon on Sun 24th Nov 2019 - 4 years ago

    Nice. Good for my Car.

    Reply by crucethus


  7. Stereonomicon
    Stereonomicon on Sat 23rd Nov 2019 - 4 years ago

    The 80's atmosphere of this song is really addictive. The rhythm leaves no respite and takes you into the dimension of pure movement. Excellent choice of sounds, overall a great job.

    Reply by crucethus

    Thank You for the Kind Words.

  8. fargaveron
    fargaveron on Sun 5th May 2019 - 5 years ago


    Reply by crucethus

    Heal thyself, out with the demon!!!!

  9. iamrobertoconnor
    iamrobertoconnor on Wed 7th Mar 2018 - 6 years ago

    Love how retro and energetic this is man! Great work A+

    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks Robert!

    GRIGOREEA on Fri 17th Nov 2017 - 6 years ago

    it is fine

    Reply by crucethus

    Well thanks!

  11. BLEEP
    BLEEP on Mon 30th Oct 2017 - 6 years ago

    Awesome track i discover only now!!!

    really good feeling in it, U can be proud of this production Cru! special fav for the atmosphere which is particularly seventies! when i heard it i thought about the song "spacer" from sheila when she was in is disco period! great work!


    Reply by crucethus

    Merci Bleep. Cool reference!

  12. neuromancer56
    neuromancer56 on Sun 27th Aug 2017 - 6 years ago

    I wasn't much of a disco fan, but my God, I love this track, it is super high energy with an edge. If disco from the 70's was like this, I would have listened to it every day!

    Reply by crucethus

    Demon Disco baby!

    LASTDAYSVISIONARIES on Wed 31st May 2017 - 6 years ago

    Good one

  14. StephanMecwan
    StephanMecwan on Wed 24th May 2017 - 6 years ago

    Amazing Track

    Reply by crucethus


  15. DMindProductions
    DMindProductions on Fri 22nd Jan 2016 - 8 years ago


  16. illmind82
    illmind82 on Fri 22nd Jan 2016 - 8 years ago


    Reply by crucethus

    Yeah..you have been online for 2 hours and commented and downloaded on a total of 4 tracks saying Wow!!!!!


  17. mudhoen
    mudhoen on Thu 21st Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    Very nice mash up...love the 70s disco sound comboned with the techno-ish sounds in between. Great track and a fun listen!

    Reply by crucethus

    Glad U n-joi'd

  18. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Wed 20th Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    Definitely a throwback to the 70s. This is awesome. I never grew up on this stuff so thanks for giving me a good taste of what it must have been like. Thanks for this one, I had a fun time listening to it.


    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks BS.
    This is not your typical seventies tune though, this one belongs deep in the underground sound and avant garde aprox 1979-80 at least in the pantheon of this type of music. And this one is a fun one to play.

  19. scottishfortress
    scottishfortress on Tue 19th Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    this is break out of a mutant dungeon with sweet weapons stolen from a well dressed overlord in the midst of a nuclear infiltration while also having flowing locks of intense action sequence, music.

    Reply by crucethus

    Somebody likes to play video games.................just a guess ;-) Very dramatic description which I appreciate and thanks for stopping in and commenting.

  20. ScottB55
    ScottB55 on Sun 17th Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    Love it, Cru! Kind of a Thomas Dolby does disco. Love those synth passages. Really good job, my friend.


    Reply by crucethus

    Love Dolby, too kind with the praise, thanks amigo.

  21. joecramer
    joecramer on Sun 17th Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    EBM stands for Electronic Body Music, what is and was still a strange clasification of a genre

    hope that helps in a way :)

    stay tuned

    Reply by crucethus

    Now that helps Joe! Thank You.
    "At the time the genre arose, important synthesizers were the Korg MS-20, Emulator II, Oberheim Matrix and Yamaha DX7.
    Typical EBM rhythms are based on 4/4 beats, mainly with some minor syncopation to suggest a rock music rhythm structure."

    Since this is using the Korg MS2000 which is an emulator of the MS20 and the Yamaha RM1x which has some patches from the DX7 in it's banks and the fact I use a 4/4 beat in a rock like way means you have won the genre challenge my friend. Never heard of this until I met you. And from what it describes you are spot on. congrats.

  22. joecramer
    joecramer on Sat 16th Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    Genres.....mmmmmm.....who the hack needs them? My mistake to use one of them to explain something :)

    Ok, lets try to explain the unexplainabel
    Disco is in my mind something fresh an funny, somekind of good vibrations and happy shiny people that dance in a friendly style and have a smile on there faces .... i think you know what i mean :)
    EBM is more a bit darker, a bit more hypnotic, a bit more on a -stand around and dance in a standing way- with closed eys and some more "inside" feelings ....... bla bla bla :)

    Maybe your -demon disco- fits real good :)
    but i (personaly) dont have a demonic feeling at this track
    cause demonic sounds so evil and i think this isnt evil at all, it is just a cool kind of disco music in my ears with a little dark hypnotic touch.

    But who cares, it is just music. cool music. Nothing more, nothing less. And you played it all very very well my friend.
    Respect for a real musican like you are one for sure Steve.

    Hope that this helps to understand what i wanted to say :)

    stay tuned

    Reply by crucethus

    "EBM is more a bit darker, a bit more hypnotic, a bit more on a -stand around and dance in a standing way- with closed eys and some more "inside" feelings ....... bla bla bla :)"

    OK Joe I get your Zeitgeist on this, but what does EBM stand for exactly? Electronic Bitch Music? Electronic Bourgeois music, Emo Banging Mantra's...that's what I wanted clarification on.
    "it is just a cool kind of disco music in my ears with a little dark hypnotic touch."

    I would agree with that assessment. Demon Disco is not a widely used term, and I believe New Order would fall into that category with Blue Monday.
    "Respect for a real musican like you are one for sure Steve."

    Thank you Mate.

    to me Disco is more complicated and simpler than the fluff pop garbage we got served on pop radio from 1977-1980. There is T.S.O.P. filled with strings. Funk-Disco (White Cherry), Giorgio Moroder's electronic early Trance. rock disco fusion. Early House music. But the one thing in common with all those tracks and genres was a simple 4/4 beat at around 120bpm, that is all you need to be considered disco.
    Bee Gee's were incredible songwriters and melody creators. For a period they still wrote great songs but just added the 4/4 beat. I heard Adam Lambert do a version of more than a woman, but in a broken down acoustic style that was incredible. why...the underlying song and melody is good.

  23. Rhodesy
    Rhodesy on Fri 15th Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    Enjoying this one Cru.Slick production.The solo that begins round about 2.00 sounds great.Dramatic ending.

    Reply by crucethus

    Ahh I love doing that solo. It's actually much easier than many of the other solos I have done. But I love to play this one and glad u got to hear it and most touched you commented on it , with it's many wah effects because it's just pure joy for me to play.

  24. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Fri 15th Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    you made me tap my foot, with something that was the same time a bit "scary".
    I must be insane... how did you know it? :-)
    Hope all is well...
    Ciao, Domenico

    Reply by crucethus

    Domenico... you are definitely not insane my friend. your one of the sanest people I know here! Demon disco at it's finest. This song is really a test to make sure you haven't had a stroke!

  25. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Fri 15th Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    Well Steve I must admit I never was much of a fan of the 70's Disco era. But there was some pretty cool things happening music wise that developed and ushered in the new wave / electronic sounds of the 80's. To me this track is really representative of that time period and one artist in particular -Thomas Dolby. That synth hook line is very close to the one he used in "She Blinded me with Science". I played the grooves outta that album!

    Really slick production here bro. Totally dig your keyboard work, nice BIG wall of sound and the funky fills are a cool contrasting element to the orchestration. Very dynamic and suspenseful sounding track.

    Great job. I dig it.

    Reply by crucethus

    You are sort of correct in that this is a post disco song. What I love about Ferry and Jagger and Richards and Bowie, they all spent time at studio 54 and absorbed the hedonism of Disco which erupted from the gay underground and added it to their rock and R&B sensibilities and came up with some amazing sounds and songs that go beyond disco. outside of the 4 to the floor beat the intricate rhythm guitars and bass lines set them apart. This is an ode to that style.
    I am glad U enjoyed it.

    All those songs contributed to the synthesis of this one. Thomas Dolby.. love his work. Hyperactive, and Close but no cigar are two of my fav songs from him.
    nice comment my friend.

  26. joecramer
    joecramer on Thu 14th Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    Yo Steve this is a intresting one.
    Sounds a bit like a EBM sort of Disco (in my ears and or mind)
    But thats a real nice thing!
    I like this sound that sounds like someone should say -dis-co-thek- and that makes this track kind of hypnotic in a way. Nice speed, it's a bit a driving groove and stays a little in mind after hearing.
    Did you play it all by yourself?
    The mix is well sounding and the solo is in a cool wild style.
    This is a sort of disco i realy can enjoy.

    Well made

    stay tuned

    Reply by crucethus

    Hey Joe,
    " EBM sort of Disco " please explain EBM to me?
    This is played entirely by myself. String stabs, guitar sounds, percussion, bass line. All me on this one.
    I was going for a Demon Disco sound.

  27. mcshoot
    mcshoot on Mon 11th Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    Nice trQ love u

    Reply by crucethus

    Luvs yah 2 but keep that on the down low...shhh...

  28. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Mon 11th Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    Really great tune...very uplifting...And I really found some Roxy music in it, which is a surplus !:)


    Reply by crucethus

    Finding some Roxy Music in anything these days is a good evening I would say.

  29. lechina
    lechina on Mon 11th Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    LOL I like this track. reminds me of all time classics disco tracks.If you do have time put some vocals on,maybe ft Madonna
    somewhere in the track hahaha. Goood job dude.

    Reply by crucethus

    I telephoned Madonna but "Like a Virgin" she "hung up" on me because she is such a "Material girl" I would need something "Like a Prayer" at this point to get her to listen. it's like she is "Miles Away" from my "Music". At this point I would have to be one "Lucky Star" for her to "justify my ...er song" to her.

  30. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Tue 5th Jan 2016 - 8 years ago

    Last halloween my Grandson (9) got one of those dollar store :Insane Asylum" signs & posted it on my studio wall...most of the people whose music I like are eejits (Irish expression)...and I am happy to be included...this is not quite as insane as I had thought it might be...hell, it almost sounds like normal-good (is there a genre for that)....Cheers Steve...always enjoy listening...Ed

    Reply by crucethus

    Thank You Ed. eejits (idiots) nice. And yes when I write about insanity I happen to trick you by making a straight ahead pop tune. All in a day's work ehh? Thanks for stopping bye.

  31. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Tue 2nd Jun 2015 - 8 years ago

    Hey Steve

    Mate nice bit of disco sounding work, cant say I was a massive fan of disco back in the olden days....Yeah Im old lol...Liked the types like donna summer and a very few others...Really liking the vibe and changes within the mix friend, was sort of waiting for a vocal to come into the mix...apart from that little thing, track stands nicely alone...always enjoyable checking out your works matey...always touches of surprise's....Fav...Peace Respect...Mosaic...

    Reply by crucethus

    So sorry I missed this comment 7 mos ago. Glad U listened and commented. what are you up to these days?

  32. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Tue 17th Sep 2013 - 10 years ago

    This is really cool and uplifting! I like the keyboard work very much! Definitely a vintage sounding disco track! You did a great job!

    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks man, sorry for the late reply!

  33. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Mon 12th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    Yeah, I love a good disco track and this is one of them. I particularly like it when it turns funky and you get those funky guitar sounds happening. Nice old school stabbing synths and the vibe carries through well.
    I like the wah guitar interludes and i can't think of a bad word to say about the track.

  34. Indozizz
    Indozizz on Sat 10th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    Great track really a disco track from back to the 80's? nice melodies!

    Reply by crucethus

    Sort of a post disco tune, more in line with the new romantics and Roxy. Thanks for commenting and listening!

  35. Akazar
    Akazar on Fri 9th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    Cool new wave disco track!

    I remembered I liked that era, Dead or Alive,New order, and more.

    The work good as always!

    Reply by crucethus

    cool, I remember I liked Dead or Alive and I bought You spin me right round as a 12inch single, so I bought there first album (sophisticated boom boom), and it was awful. Some good some bad in that era!

  36. Danke
    Danke on Thu 8th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago


    The BEST song "maker" you are (for me) :-)

    Marvellous one!


    Reply by crucethus

    Awww, you made my day!

  37. johnnyproducing
    johnnyproducing on Thu 8th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    Nicely done, the synth in the beginning (when it comes in) sounds somehow really familiar to me haha

    Reply by crucethus

    cool, because this track was recorded in 2000 originally and just re-mastered this month that synth sound was created when you were 3 yrs old.

  38. Abysss
    Abysss on Thu 8th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    Great track you made there !

    Reply by crucethus

    Thank you kindly!

  39. U4EA
    U4EA on Wed 7th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    Really nice track. It's got a nice progression and sweet sounds too. The mixdown is also really well done, very clear and clean.

    Reply by crucethus

    Thank you for that, I think it needs more cowbell ;-)

  40. StrikingDaggers
    StrikingDaggers on Tue 6th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    Great track crucethus! It has a awesome flow to it. A disco vibe for sure. The production on point too. Nice work.

    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks for that, I appreciate the comments.

  41. VickyDan
    VickyDan on Tue 6th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    Hello ....

    As the "fever of Saturday evening" with a very personal touch.
    A good time, as can do my Canadian friends.
    Thank you for sharing this instant, and lead us in this musical fever from another era.


    Reply by crucethus

    Where to next est zee question. Thanks for listening my friend.

  42. mickey1160
    mickey1160 on Tue 6th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    cool track and original sounding, rare for disco, just when you thought it had all been done ..you come up with this, as a keyboard player myself l can appreciate your efforts. well done bro it put a smile on my face.. loved it Mickey

    Reply by crucethus

    I'm glad you liked. I alaways liked the underground left field disco tunes. Even the hybrid rock-disco tunes (miss you, the Stones, Angel eyes, Roxy Music, Stay, Bowie, I was made for loving you, Kiss, Blondie,) The list goes on.

  43. CalifKen
    CalifKen on Tue 6th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    I effen love the swagger the lies within this very off the wall, yet gnarly effen groove man! oh shhhhhh love when the melody comes in .... damn. i really like this . downloading to play and ponder some more. but really really like man. the chorus brings it all togetha now.

    Reply by crucethus

    I'm so glad u liked this left field disco tune. I am a keyboardist who plays like a guitarist. So I like to show that element from time to time.

  44. srbrown7
    srbrown7 on Tue 6th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    Great chorus and it sounds like you had a lot of fun putting this together!

    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks for that, yes I had fun with this tune as I could solo in it!

  45. GoldenOokami
    GoldenOokami on Mon 5th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago


    Reply by crucethus

    I saw your grammatical synopsis on the forums, no big deal! ;-)

  46. GoldenOokami
    GoldenOokami on Mon 5th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    Aww man! They Disco died? Well, you just revived it. Fantastic sounding quality and outstanding work, my friend!


    Reply by crucethus


  47. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Mon 5th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    Wonderful song Steve.
    As many others already wrote, very professional sounding.
    I loved the keyboard "solo" with a guitar-like sound, very good. And the strings around 3:15 add so much air to the song.
    As usual... your work is outstanding.
    Ciao, Domenico

    Reply by crucethus

    Ahh such nice words from a guitar player ehh! Much Appreciated! Roland ME-30 with a Yamaha DjX makes all the Faux-Guitar magic!

  48. Sherris
    Sherris on Sun 4th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    you use synthisizer so professionally . great work .good job.

    Reply by crucethus

    Thank You!

  49. Darkreine
    Darkreine on Sun 4th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    You know I'm insane for your music bro?!? Excellent.

    Reply by crucethus

    Aye! were all insane!

  50. deciBel
    deciBel on Sun 4th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    nice tune my ever active friend , Steve speciallY the main theme & melodY is so beautifull in iT , the way U use synthisizer & the sounds U make by keyboard is so lovelY & eleganT for me in all your traX,greatest respects.___B

    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks,! these actually are cheap synths thrown through expensive guitar processors to make these unique sounds. I love the experimentation of two completely different musical expressions.

  51. ScottFranco
    ScottFranco on Sun 4th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    Cool track, Steve. Kinda makes you want to get up offa that thang and dance till you're satisfied! I think I wore out Roxy Music's Manifesto when it came out. I still have it in my digital collection.


    Reply by crucethus

    Roxy has been my biggest influence in song-writing since day one. That being said, when it comes to Disco, I preferred the more artistic sounds from Roxy, Bowie, the Stones (miss you) and from the New Romantics, who took the bottom end of Disco and added synth sensibilities that exploded out of Sheffield.
    Thanks for the listen and comment!

  52. ronabo
    ronabo on Sun 4th Aug 2013 - 10 years ago

    Cool disco music.

    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks so much!

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