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Disco Disco Disco edits are traditional disco songs from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s which have been edited in some way, often using software but occasionally with a razor and reel-to-reel tape (a tape edit). The distinction between an edit and a remix is that an edit does not incorporate additional production, only the manipulation of the source material, whereas a remix can include as many new instruments and sounds as the remixer prefers. A “re-rub” and a “re-edit” fall somewhere in between, with re-rubs being tracks that have been cleaned up (from the vinyl source material) and straightened to a regular 4×4 beat, sometimes incorporating additional prodction. A re-edit is an edit in which the song’s parts have been re-organized and minor additional production has been added, such as a more prominent drum beat, but the overall tone of the song has been left intact.