Mickey Mouse Disco is an album released by Disneyland Records in 1979, produced by Jymn Magon. A late entry in the genre of disco, Mickey Mouse Disco includes 1970s-style disco-fied versions of Disney classics, and Disney-fied versions of disco classics.
Arrangement is done by Dennis Burnside (except for "It's a Small World").
- "Disco Mickey Mouse" (4:00)
- "Welcome to Rio" (3:23)
- "The Greatest Band" (4:10)
- "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" (2:13)
- "Macho Duck" (4:36)
- "Mousetrap" (2:56)
- "Watch Out for Goofy!" (3:30)
- "It's a Small World" (2:28)
- "Chim Chim Cher-ee" (2:10)
A music video for the album was made in 1980, featuring snippets of "Mousetrap", "Disco Mickey Mouse", "Macho Duck", "Watch Out for Goofy", and "Welcome to Rio", set to clips from the following films:
- Symphony Hour
- Mickey's Delayed Date
- Clock Cleaners
- Thru the Mirror
- Mr. Duck Steps Out
- How to Dance
- The Three Caballeros
- Mickey's Birthday Party
The music video was released on 16mm film, and has made several appearances on television, including in episodes of various Disney cartoon compilation shows, such as Mickey's Mouse Tracks, Donald's Quack Attack, and The Ink and Paint Club. It has never been made available on home video.
- In the Mickey Mouse Works short "Mickey's April Fools", Mickey imitates his dance move from the album cover, along with some of his other past roles, to prove to a lawyer (actually a disguised Mortimer Mouse) that he is the real Mickey Mouse.
- This album's version of "It's a Small World" was sampled by Fatboy Slim in his song "Praise You."
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- "Fatboy Slim's 'Praise You' sample of Walt Disney Records Studio Group's 'It's a Small World'". WhoSampled. Retrieved on 2021-11-21.