The Bacchanalia was a religious festival in honor of the wine god Dionysus (called Bacchus by the Romans).
Even since old times the effects of mixing alcohol and lots of people together were known: you can consider these wild and excessive religious rites as alcohol and music fueled orgies involving any willing citizen with no limits of class and age.
(Diei iocosus sermo*: When the Romans started bacchanalia up around 200 B.C., they quickly became so popular that they were held five times a month after just some years.)
So – trust disco emperor Rodion, mister Khan, berlin-based ex-Captain Comatose member, and their Discoteca Romana. They know what they're doing. They're gonna drug you with some majestic stuff: the classiest, most addictive grooves ever.
Trust the sweet-wine stained groove, the luscious atmospheres, the naked discopop vibes of the title track Discoteca Romana, featuring the vocal performance by Andrea, lead singer from italian band Le Rose, and Cascao from Cascao & Lady Manu.
Take another sip of aquavit and trust the slow, pelvic, pounding rhythm of the imperial debauchery hymn If you wanna get higher. Leave it to Let's motor to vocode your libido up and bring you down
over and over and over.
(Et repetens iterumque iterumque iterumque.)
And give up to UK-superstar duo The C90s, surrender, Alesia-style, to the silk vibes of their Discoteca Romana remix.
Surrender to Rodion & Khan, the messiah of imperial-disco.
(Told you, the Romans have a MILLENNIA-lasting experience when it comes about talking good times.)
Dura lex, sed sex.
*fun fact of the day
released February 6, 2012
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