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Just about all of the tracks included on the first volume of the Disconnected label's Disco Classics compilation were significant hits upon release, but few have been placed on more than a couple other various-artist disco sets throughout the years. Anita Ward's "Ring My Bell" is easily the most popular of all, but the likes of Seventh Avenue's "Heatwave," Easy Going's "Fear" (an Italo-disco classic involving Goblin's Claudio Simonetti), and Roni Griffith's "Best Part (Of Breakin' Up)" (produced by Bobby Orlando) should also be enjoyed by those looking to dig deeper than the Village People, the Bee Gees, and Gloria Gaynor. Don't let the low-budget packaging throw you; the sound quality is excellent, and the label makes a point to include extended versions whenever possible (as opposed to single edits, a common pitfall of disco compilations).