So take a trip back to the last year of the 1970s---a time when Blondie was tearing up the airwaves with "Heart of Glass," Sigourney Weaver was battling a creature in space and a Chicago DJ was blowing up disco records in a ballpark. Yep. The 70s were just about over.
Even K-Tel noticed that things were changing. Before 1979, the label they slapped on their discs looked like this:
In 1979, it changed to this:
Eclectic to it's core, Starflight offers up a variety of 70s hits. It features some prominent disco in a time when disco was on the way out: Peaches & Herb, Abba, Atlanta Rhythm Section. Some 70s pop: Elton John, Robert John, Suzi Quatro. And some rock and roll as well: Foreigner, Cheap Trick and Peter Frampton.
Here's the commercial: