Two of the biggest -- and let's be honest, most dissimilar -- bands of the late '70s, Pink Floyd and the Bee Gees, have perhaps their most iconic songs from that peculiar era slammed together to create 'Stayin Alive in the Wall.'

Hey, there's a reason they call them mash-ups, folks. In fairness, Floyd put themselves at risk of just such an unauthorized re-interpretation of their music as soon as they began dabbling in disco beats on 'Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2),' from their 1979 concept album 'The Wall.' Could it be that back then, nobody, not even the ultra-serious Roger Waters, was immune to the 'Saturday Night Fever' craze?


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