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Silver Convention "Get Up & Boogie: The Worldwide Singles"

From Omnivore Recordings:

Silver Convention burst onto the music scene with their single “Save Me” in 1974. “The Berlin Sound” was quickly rebranded as Eurodisco, and the dance floors across the world responded. In 1975, “Fly, Robin, Fly” became an international smash—selling a million copies, topping the U.S. charts for three weeks, and winning a Grammy Award for Best R&B Instrumental Performance. The next year saw “Get Up And Boogie (That’s Right)” spend three weeks at #2 (kept out of the top spot in the US by Wings’ “Silly Love Songs”) and solidified a sound that resonated across genres and generations.

Get Up & Boogie: The Worldwide Singles traces the band’s five year journey on the singles charts, and offers not only a look at their evolution, but presents unique single mixes of their hits from various countries. From the aforementioned tracks to the international hit “Telegram” and non-LP single “Café au Lait,” Get Up & Boogie: The Worldwide Singles is a definitive look at the innovation of a sound that had the planet dancing.

With remastering and restoration from the multiple Grammy-winning Osiris Studio, Get Up & Boogie: The Worldwide Singles also features insightful and informative liner notes from Joe Marchese ( telling the story of the band, their trajectory, and the differences in each choice of master used.

So, get up and . . . well, fly . . . well, just dance, boogie and enjoy the ride. That’s right!