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"Moscow Diskow" is a musical composition by the Belgian electropop band Telex first released in 1978. The track was a staple for DJs Frankie Knuckles and Ron Hardy on the dance floors of late 1980s Chicago clubs that were instrumental in the development of Chicago house music, and house music as such.

The song was featured on Telex's debut album, Looking for Saint Tropez, and is featured on the compilation albums The History Of The House Sound Of Chicago and Choice: A Collection of Classics (Jeff Mills)




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