Gold is a compilation album by the American funk band Ohio Players. It was released in October 1976 by Mercury Records and features music from the albums Skin Tight, Fire, Honey, and Contradiction, along with two new recordings-"Feel the Beat (Everybody Disco)" and "Only a Child Can Love". The compilation earned a gold certification from the RIAA and was the last Ohio Players album to do so. In March 2008, Mercury released a different two-disc, 24-track compilation album, also called Gold.
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Fire is the sixth studio album by the Ohio Players and the second released through the Mercury label. and on vinyl in Japan. DTS Entertainment released the quad mix as a DTS Audio CD in 2001. The album's lead single "Fire" was serving in the mid-2010s as the theme song to the US television series Hell's Kitchen.
The Ohio Players' stay at Mercury ended with 1978's Jass-Ay-Lay-Dee, and the funksters switched to Arista with their next album, 1979's Everybody Up. By 1979, the Players were past their prime - both creatively and commercially. Hoping to regain their popularity, they decided to try something different - and that meant bringing a lot of disco gloss to their funk.
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