If disco really died with the 1970s, you wouldn't have known it at TSR Records, an L.A.-based label that made a killing in the 1980s with its steady flow of dance-oriented releases. Truth be told, disco never really died; it simply changed its name to dance music, and in the 1980s, dance music included everything from deep house and Latin freestyle to Hi-NRG. An exuberant, high-tech extension of 1970s Euro-disco, Hi-NRG is popular all over Europe and has fared well in Latino and gay clubs in the U.S. Hi-NRG is the main focus of Music for a Hot Body, Vol. 1, which found TSR targeting dance clubs and the fitness industry at the same time. And sure enough, Hi-NRG classics like Fun Fun's "Color My Love," Miquel Brown's "So Many Men, So Little Time" (which, like the Weather Girls' "It's Raining Men," was adopted as an anthem in the gay community), Hazell Dean's "Searchin'," and Claudja Barry's "Work Me Over" are 1980s club smashes that are also perfect for a sweaty gym workout. It should be a long workout, however, for there are no breaks between songs; the exhilarating recording becomes a nonstop dance mix.