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  • Disco Inferno
  • Disco Inferno
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  • You can get here with a remote that can be found in the Tomato Soup level.
  • Disco Inferno es una canción de la The Trammps, que aparece en Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony en la radio K109 The Studio.
  • Disco Inferno is the second match in the Too Hot to Handle Challenge Series. Like the other matches in this series, it's a Virus match.
  • Click the 1 Player Game to begin. Move Disco Bear around by using your mouse. As music notes are raining down the game area, move Disco Bear towards the notes to catch them and gain score. However, you have to avoid the burning music notes, as they will damage Disco Bear. After 6 hits, the game is over. The game is also over if the timer runs out.
  • Disco Inferno is a song by The Trammps played in Half-Decent Proposal
  • One of the greatest creative minds in the history of wrestling. Great Disco Ideas: * The Invisible Wrestler * Some flying carpet guy * Pushing himself * Making Lance Storm have a whacky match with Mike Awesome with The Mountie as referee because it was FUNNY~!
  • Disco Inferno is a 2004 song by 50 Cent, released in 2004. It was released in 2004 off of 50 Cent's album The Massacre, and Disco Inferno was released in 2004.
  • Construction workers discover a skull with a bullet hole under the ruins of a disco club that burned down in 1978. 22 people died in the fire. Rush and Valens come to the conclusion that the burning of the club was arson, meant to cover up a murder leaving them with not one, but 23 cold cases.
  • "Disco Inferno" is a 1976 song by The Trammps from the album of the same name. With two other cuts by the group it reachedNUMBER one on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart in early 1977, but had limited mainstreamSUCCESS in the U.S. until 1978, after being included on the soundtrack to the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever, when a re-release hitNUMBER 11 on the Hot 100.[2][3] It was also notably covered by Cyndi Lauper on the A Night at the Roxbury soundtrack[4] and Tina Turner on the What's Love Got to Do with It soundtrack.[5]
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  • The Trammps
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  • Disco Inferno
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  • Brooklyn
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Gold
  • 2
Silver
  • 1
League
  • Amateur League
Bronze
  • 0
Game
  • TimeSplitters 2
Name
  • Disco Inferno
Airdate
  • 2004-02-22
Record
  • 3
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  • 238.0
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  • 200
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  • 176715
Height
  • 185.42
Title
  • Disco Inferno
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Character
Episode
  • 15
PREV
Debut
  • 1995
Born in
  • Brooklyn, New York City, New York, US
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Year
  • 1978-02-10
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  • 3
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  • You can get here with a remote that can be found in the Tomato Soup level.
  • Disco Inferno es una canción de la The Trammps, que aparece en Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony en la radio K109 The Studio.
  • Disco Inferno is the second match in the Too Hot to Handle Challenge Series. Like the other matches in this series, it's a Virus match.
  • Click the 1 Player Game to begin. Move Disco Bear around by using your mouse. As music notes are raining down the game area, move Disco Bear towards the notes to catch them and gain score. However, you have to avoid the burning music notes, as they will damage Disco Bear. After 6 hits, the game is over. The game is also over if the timer runs out.
  • "Disco Inferno" is a 1976 song by The Trammps from the album of the same name. With two other cuts by the group it reachedNUMBER one on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart in early 1977, but had limited mainstreamSUCCESS in the U.S. until 1978, after being included on the soundtrack to the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever, when a re-release hitNUMBER 11 on the Hot 100.[2][3] It was also notably covered by Cyndi Lauper on the A Night at the Roxbury soundtrack[4] and Tina Turner on the What's Love Got to Do with It soundtrack.[5] The refrain is not to be confused with the saying "Burn, Baby, Burn" which was used to refer to the Watts Riots.
  • Disco Inferno is a song by The Trammps played in Half-Decent Proposal
  • One of the greatest creative minds in the history of wrestling. Great Disco Ideas: * The Invisible Wrestler * Some flying carpet guy * Pushing himself * Making Lance Storm have a whacky match with Mike Awesome with The Mountie as referee because it was FUNNY~!
  • Disco Inferno is a 2004 song by 50 Cent, released in 2004. It was released in 2004 off of 50 Cent's album The Massacre, and Disco Inferno was released in 2004.
  • Construction workers discover a skull with a bullet hole under the ruins of a disco club that burned down in 1978. 22 people died in the fire. Rush and Valens come to the conclusion that the burning of the club was arson, meant to cover up a murder leaving them with not one, but 23 cold cases.
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