List of Post-disco Artists and Songs

List Of Post-disco Artists And Songs

The term post-disco is a referral to the early to late 1980s era movement of disco music into more stripped-down electronic funk influenced sounds; post-disco was also predecessor to house music.

This chronological list, divided by artists' genre (E – electronic music, R&B – urban music, Pop – pop music, C – crossover), contains examples of post-disco artists, songs and even albums. A few electro, garage house (proto-house), boogie songs influenced by and/or done in a post-disco style are also included.

Contents

Some artists: Top A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Some songs: Late 1970s • Early 1980s • Late 1980s • 1990s • 2000s • 2010s
Some albums

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