Euro disco (or Eurodisco) is the variety of European forms of electronic dance music that evolved from disco in the late 1970s; incorporating elements of pop and rock into a disco-like continuous dance atmosphere. Many Euro disco compositions feature lyrics sung in English, although the singers often share a different mother tongue.
This is a list of Euro disco artists and their popular songs. Note: This list applies only to artists of the Euro disco genre in Europe in the 1980s and the genre revival in the 90s and 2000s. This list does not contain European disco artists of the 1970s.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Euro disco is a form of disco -based dance music which originated in the late-1970s in Europe, as a more European variant of disco music. Euro disco was based on disco music, yet it was a more encompassing genre which borrowed influences from pop, rock and New Wave music.
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Euro disco (or Eurodisco) is the variety of European forms of electronic dance music that evolved from disco in the later 1970s; incorporating elements of pop, new wave and rock into a disco-like continuous dance atmosphere.
Eurodance (sometimes referred to as Euro-NRG, Euro-electronica or Euro) is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in the late 1980s in Europe. It combines many elements of hip hop, techno, Hi-NRG, house music, and Euro disco. This genre of music is heavily influenced by the use of rich vocals, sometimes with rapped verses.
Whigfield (...) made her debut in 1994 with 'Saturday Night', a repetitive example of Euro dance/pop which became a huge international seller on release in September of that year ^ a b "DJ Bobo startet "Dancing Las Vegas"-Tour im deutschen Oberhausen". Blick (in German). 29 April 2012. Retrieved 6 April 2014.
During 1986–1988, it was used for specific Italian 1980s Euro disco imports, such as Sabrina Salerno, Spagna, and Baltimora but was also used in the United States as a catch-all term for UK-based dance and electropop groups of the time such as Pet Shop Boys, purported to have a "European beat", hence Eurobeat.
Nu-disco is a 21st-century dance music genre associated with the renewed interest in 1970s and early 1980s disco, mid-1980s Italo disco, and the synthesizer-heavy Euro disco aesthetics. The moniker appeared in print as early as 2002, and by mid-2008 was used by record shops such as the online retailers Juno and Beatport. 
Nu-disco is a 21st-century dance music genre associated with a renewed interest in the late 1970s US disco, synthesizer-heavy 1980s European dance music styles, and early 1990s electronic dance music. The genre was especially popular in the first half of the 2000s, and experienced another small resurgence through the 2010s.