1. "That's Where the Happy People Go" is a crossover single by Philadelphia-based disco group the Trammps. Released in December , the single hit number one on the disco chart for two weeks in May "That's Where the Happy People Go" also reached number twelve on the soul chart and number twenty-seven on the Hot , as well as reaching Released: December
  2. The Trammps are an American soul music group, known for being based in Philadelphia and being one of the first disco bands. The band's first major success was with their cover version of "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart".However, they are best known for their Grammy winning song "Disco Inferno", which was originally released in and became a U.K. pop hit and U.S. R&B hit.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Disco Inferno / That's Where The Happy People Go on Discogs/5(5).
  4. When you talk about The Trammps everybody thinks about their biggest hit DISCO INFERNO, but this album brings 3 must have songs SOUL SEARCHIN' TIME and THAT'S WHERE THE HAPPY PEOPLE GO are 2 gems and would worth the album. Plus you have NINETY-NIVE AND A HALF. Also HOOKED FOR LIFE and LOVE IS A FUNKY THNG are very nice tracks/5(16).
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  6. Where The Happy People Go by The Trammps - CD () for $ from resniamueriiproccitmebervoisedisdu.coinfo R&B / Soul - Order by Phone /5(8).
  7. Aug 31,  · The Trammps were an American disco and soul band, who were based in Philadelphia and were one of the first disco bands. They visited the Toppop studios in the Netherlands many times. They are best.
  8. Jul 25,  · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Trammps - That's Where The Happy People Go (Long Version) at Discogs. Complete your The Trammps collection/5().
  9. If the Trammps were assembled to perform only disco songs, then Where the Happy People Go supports that notion -- in a good way. Every selection here rings with disco. Even though there are no ballads or moderate grooves, the Trammps still come across with some smooth vocals and invigorating rhythms. The first release from this dance album was the melodic "That's Where the Happy People Go."6/

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