Various Artists

I Love Disco Diamonds, Vol. 34

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Including David Lyme's "I Don't Wanna Lose You," Sky Creackers' cover of the Bee Gees' "You Should Be Dancing," Deborah Kinley's "All for You," and T. Toly's "The Witch Queen of New Orleans," the 34rd volume of Blanco y Negro Spain's exhaustive I Love Disco Diamonds series, released in 2004, continues to gather heaps upon heaps of Italo-disco and Europop singles. As with just about all of the other volumes, only a couple tracks will be of any use to the average listener, unless he or she is a voracious fan of the era summarized here. Those who bought plenty of these 12" singles during the '80s may -- or may not -- love to have them all on compact disc.

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