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Vocal-Star 70s Karaoke Disc Set 8 CDG Discs 150 Songs

150 Songs
SKU: VS-70s
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70’s Karaoke Hits

Vocal-Star are renowned for the Best Quality of backing tracks in the Karaoke Industry, used by karaoke hosts and professional singers all over the world. No fade outs, all Vocal-Star Song Packs have definite endings. The Lyrics will appear on your tv screen.

1. 10cc (Dreadlock Holiday)
2. 10cc (I'm Not In Love)
3. Abba (Dancing Queen)
4. Abba (Knowing Me, Knowing You)
5. Abba (Mamma Mia)
6. Abba (Gimme Gimme Gimme)
7. Abba (Waterloo)
8. ACDC (Highway To Hell)
9. Al Green (Lets Stay Together)
10. Alice Cooper (Schools Out)
11. Alvin Stardust (My Coo-Cachoo)
12. Archies (Sugar Sugar)
13. Aristocats (Everybody Wants To Be A Cat)
14. baccara (Yes Sir, I Can Boogie)
15. Bachman Turner Overdrive (You Aint Seen Nothing Yet)
16. Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond (You Don’T Bring Me Flowers)
17. Barry Manilow (Copacabana)
18. Barry Manilow (Mandy)
19. Barry White (Cant Get Enough Of Your Love Babe)
20. Bay City Rollers (Bye, Bye, Baby)
21. Beatles (Let It Be)
22. Bee Gees (Night Fever)
23. Bee Gees (Stayin' Alive)
24. Benny Hill (Ernie)
25. Bill Withers (Aint No Sunshine)
26. Bill Withers (Lovely Day)
27. Black Sabbath (Paranoid)
28. Blondie (One Way Or Another)
29. Bob Marley (No Woman No Cry)
30. Bob Seger (Old Time Rock 'N Roll)
31. Boney M (Daddy Cool)
32. Boney M (Rivers Of Babylon)
33. Bonnie Tyler (It's A Heartache)
34. Boom Town Rats (I Don't Like Mondays)
35. Boston (More Than A Feeling)
36. Buggles (Video Killed The Radio Star)
37. Buzzcocks (Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn’T've))
38. Candi Staton (Young Hearts Run Free)
39. Carl Douglas (Kung Fu Fighting)
40. Carly Simon (Nobody Does It Better)
41. Carpenters (Close To You)
42. Carpenters (We've Only Just Begun)
43. Chaka Khan (I'm Every Woman)
44. Chic (Le Freak)
45. Chicago (If You Leave Me Now)
46. Cliff Richard (We Don’T Talk Anymore)
47. Commodores (Three Times A Lady)
48. David Bowie (Changes)
49. David Bowie (Life On Mars)
50. David Bowie (The Jean Genie)
51. David Cassidy (Day Dreamer)
52. Dawn ft. Tony Orlando (Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree)
53. Deep Purple (Smoke On The Water)
54. Derek and the dominos (Layla)
55. Diana ross (Ain't No Mountain High Enough)
56. Dire Straits (Sultains Of Swing)
57. Dolly Parton (D.I.V.O.R.C.E)
58. Dolly Parton (Jolene)
59. Don Mclean (American Pie)
60. Donna Summer (Hot Stuff)
61. Donny Osmond (Puppy Love)
62. Doobie Brothers (Long Train Runnin)
63. Dr Hook (A Little Bit More)
64. Drifters (Kissin In The Back Row Of The Movies)
65. Eagles (Take It Easy)
66. Earth, wind and fire ft. The emotions (Boogie Wonderland)
67. Elton John (Your Song)
68. Elton John (Crocodile Rock)
69. Elton John (Don’T Let The Sun Go Down On Me)
70. Elton John (Rocket Man)
71. Elton John And Kiki Dee (Don’T Go Breaking My Heart)
72. Elvis Costello And The Attractions (Olivers Army)
73. Elvis Presley (Always On My Mind)
74. Elvis Presley (The Wonder Of You)
75. Eric Carmen (All By Myself)
76. Eric Clapton (I Shot The Sheriff)
77. Eric Clapton (Wonderful Tonight)
78. Four seasons (December 1963 (Oh, What A Night))
79. Freda Payne (Band Of Gold)
80. Free (All Right Now)
81. Gladys Knight and The pips (Midnight Train To Georgia)
82. Glen Campbell (Rhinestone Cowboy)
83. Gloria Gaynor (I Will Survive)
84. Grease (Grease Lightning)
85. Grease (Hopelessly Devoted To You)
86. Grease (We Go Together)
87. Grease (John Travolta & Olivia Newton John) (Summer Nights)
88. Heatwave (Boogie Nights)
89. Hot Chocolate (Everyones A Winner)
90. Hot Chocolate (You Sexy Thing)
91. Jackson 5 (Abc)
92. Jackson 5 (Blame It On The Boogie)
93. James Taylor (You’Ve Got A Friend)
94. Joe Cocker (You Are So Beautiful)
95. John Denver (Take Me Home, Country Roads)
96. John Fogerty (Rockin All Over The World)
97. John Lennon (Imagine)
98. John paul Young (Love Is In The Air)
99. Johnny (A Boy Name Sue)
100. Kate Bush (Wuthering Heights)
101. Kool And The Gang (Celebration)
102. Leo Sayer (When I Need You)
103. Lou Reed (Walk On The Wild Side)
104. Lynn Anderson (Rose Garden)
105. Marty Robbins (Devil Woman)
106. Marvyn Gaye (Whats Going On)
107. Meat Loaf (Bat Out Of Hell)
108. Meatloaf (Paradise By The Dashboard Light)
109. Michael Jackson (Rockin' Robin)
110. Monty Python (Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life)
111. Mud (Tiger Feet)
112. Mungo Jerry (In The Summertime)
113. Neil Diamond (Forever In Blue Jeans)
114. Nolans (Im In The Mood For Dancing)
115. Norman Greenboun (Spirit In The Sky)
116. O'Jays (Love Train)
117. Pink Floyd (Another Brick In The Wall)
118. Queen (Bohemian Rhapsody)
119. Queen (Don’T Stop Me Now)
120. Queen (We Will Rock You)
121. Rainbow (Since You Been Gone)
122. Roberta Flack (Killing Me Softly With His Song)
123. Rod Stewart (Maggie May)
124. Rolling Stones (Brown Sugar)
125. Rose Royce (Car Wash)
126. Rose Royce (Wishing On A Star)
127. Showaddywaddy (Under The Moon Of Love)
128. Simon And Garfunkel (Bridge Over Troubled Water)
129. Sister Sledge (We Are Family)
130. Squeeze (Cool For Cats)
131. Status Quo (Whatever You Want)
132. Status Quo (Rocking All Over The World)
133. Stealers Wheel (Stuck In The Middle With You)
134. Stevie Wonder (Isn't She Lovely)
135. Stevie Wonder (Superstition)
136. Stylistics (Cant Give You Anything (But My Love))
137. Sweet (Wig Wam Bam)
138. Thin Lizzy (The Boys Are Back In Town)
139. Thin Lizzy (Whisky In The Jar)
140. Three degrees (When Will I See You Again)
141. Tina Charles (I Love To Love (But My Baby Loves To Dance))
142. Tom Jones (Shes A Lady)
143. Tony Christie (Amarillo)
144. Tony Christie (Avenues And Alleyways)
145. Toto (Hold The Line)
146. T-Rex (Get It On)
147. T-Rex (20Th Century Boy)
148. Undertones (Teenage Kicks)
149. Village People (In The Navy)
150. Village People (Ymca)

Here is a PDF song listing

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Frequently Asked Questions (8)

A CDG or CD+G are the same thing and the terms can be used interchangeable. It stands for Compact Disc + Graphics and is the standard format for most English karaoke discs. These discs can either be played on a karaoke machine that supports CDG or in a regular player that can play CDs. Keep in mind that you will not be able to see any words on your screen if you play CDGs in a CD player.

We are meticulous when producing tracks to create the original sound using live instruments and fantastic singers, unlike some track manufacturers who only re-create the sound using computer software.

CD+G discs are designed to play in Karaoke Machines and products that play CD+G discs. There is software out there to enable the use of CDG discs on a PC.

Unfortunately not; we can only supply tracks in the original key. However, many karaoke players, such as the Vocal Star Karaoke Players have a key change function.

No. CD+G discs are designed to play in Karaoke Machines and products that play CD+G discs.

Yes, in most cases, but just the audio only.

Please note that Copyright Law allows a consumer to make one (1) copy for personal use only. Copyright Law does not, however, allow anyone to make a copy for professional use.

Vocal Star discs are in the CD+G format. Lyrics can appear on a TV screen with the use of a CD+G karaoke machine.
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