Weekend Rock Question: What Is the Best Disco Song of All Time?

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May 18, 2012 3:30 PM ET
Donna Summer
Donna Summer
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Donna Summer, the singer known to her fans as the Queen of Disco, died on Thursday at the age of 63. Summer, along with the producer Giorgio Moroder, was at the forefront of the disco movement in the Seventies, expanding and transforming dance music by mutating strains of R&B, funk and electronic music.

Though Summer and Moroder gave the world groundbreaking hits like "I Feel Love" and "Love to Love You Baby," they weren't alone in creating timeless disco music. Our question for you this week is: What is the best disco song of all time?

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