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"Dancin' Fool" is a song by Frank Zappa first published on his 1979 Sheik Yerbouti album. In the late 1970s, disco music and dancing fads began to be depicted by rock music fans as silly and effeminate, such as in Frank Zappa's satirical song "Dancin' Fool". It became a popular disco hit despite its obvious parodical reflection of disco music.

Other parodies of disco music included "Disco Duck".




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