Disco Not Disco 2

Disco Not Disco 2
Disco Not Disco 2
Compilation album by Various Artists
Released March 19, 2002
Genre Post-disco
No Wave
Alternative dance
Length 55:33
Label Strut
Producer Joey Negro
VA - Disco Not Disco chronology
Disco Not Disco
Disco Not Disco 2
Disco Not Disco 3
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Stylus Magazine B-[2]

Disco Not Disco 2 is a compilation album from the Disco Not Disco series released by Strut Records in 2002. The album is a probe to experimental side of disco and punk genres and underground music scene in general. The second volume is more electro and dance oriented and features electro pioneer Alexander Robotnick ("Problèmes D'Amour"), post-punk and dance-rock music groups like Laid Back, Material and The Clash, Can, and Arthur Russell.[1][3][3]

It was compiled, once again, by a British DJ and music producer Joey Negro.[1]



  • The Allmusic review by Andy Kellman awarded the album 4 stars stating "Despite all the advances made in dance music in the decades that followed the greatness featured here, the lasting value is undeniable."[1]
  • The Stylus Magazine review by Scott Plagenhoef gave the album B- saying "So bag the preconceptions and get on the floor—embrace these beats without process and listen without prejudice. And while you’re at it, grab the stronger Disco (Not Disco) as well".[2]

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Artist Length
1. "White Horse"   John Guldberg, Tim Stahl Laid Back 5:44
2. "Problèmes D'Amour"   Giampiero Bigazzi, Giancarlo Bigazzi, Maurizio Dami Alexander Robotnick 6:44
3. "Bostich" (Extended Dance Version) Boris Blank, Dieter Meier Yello 4:34
4. "Aspectacle" (Holger Czukay Edit) Can Can 2:48
5. "Ciguri"   Bill Laswell, Fred Maher, Robert Quine Material 7:15
6. "Get Down"   Connie Case Connie Case 5:51
7. "Timewarp"   Noel Williams The Coach House Rhythm Section 5:51
8. "Let's Go Swimming"   Arthur Russell Arthur Russell 7:51
9. "Sting" (Part One) Barry Waite Barry Waite & Ltd. 3:11
10. "Fourteen Days" (Part 1) Thomas Schwebel, Uwe Bauer, Uwe Jahnke Lex 5:49
11. "This Is Radio Clash"   The Clash The Clash 4:11


"White Horse"
  • Producers: Laidback
"Problèmes D'Amour"
  • Vocals: Martine Michellod
  • Vocals, Electric guitar, programmed by: Maurizio Dami
  • Recorded by: Marzio Benelli
  • Producer: Arlo Bigazzi, Giampiero Bigazzi, Maurizio Dami
"Bostich" (Extended Dance Version)
  • Percussion: Beat Ash
  • Remix: Ian Tregoning
  • Producer: Yello
"Aspectacle" (Holger Czukay Edit)
"Get Down"
  • Producer: Noel Williams
  • Producer: Eddy Grant
"Let's Go Swimming"
  • Editing: Killer Whale
  • Producer: Mark Freedman
  • Producer, composer: Arthur Russell
"Sting" (Part One)
  • Producer: J. & N.
"Fourteen Days"
  • Arrangement: Jeff Schack
  • Mixing, producer: Ray "Pinky" Velazquez
"This Is Radio Clash"
  • Producer: The Clash


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