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Giorgio Moroder

Giorgio Moroder and Karen Harding team for 'Good for Me' — exclusive

At 76 years young, Giorgio Moroder isn’t slowing down.

The disco pioneer is following the success of his 2015 comeback album Déjà Vu by gearing up for more and more new music. EW has the exclusive premiere of Moroder’s new single “Good for Me,” released Thursday, with singer Karen Harding handling vocal duties.

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Everything we know about Lady Gaga's next album

No, LG5 is not an element on the periodic table; it’s what fans and, at times, Lady Gaga herself, have called the pop superstar’s upcoming fifth studio album, which has been shrouded in secrecy for well over a year. But in September, she revealed the collection’s name, Joanne, and release date, Oct. 21.

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Giorgio Moroder looks back on his greatest collaborations

Over his decades-long career, Giorgio Moroder has produced some of disco music’s most enduring classics (Donna Summer’s 1975 hit, “Love to Love You Baby”), overseen songs for some of the biggest ’80s blockbusters (Top Gun)…and worked with electronic kings Daft Punk. With his hot comeback album, Déjà Vu, out this month, the legendary Italian producer tells EW in its latest issue (on-sale now) the stories behind his greatest collaborations. Here are three of his most memorable.

Donna Summer: “Love to Love You Baby” 1975

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Pharrell and Kanye West will appear in the Daft Punk documentary

Daft Punk’s documentary has a release date and a star-studded cast that includes Pharrell Williams, Kanye West, Giorgio Moroder, and Michel Gondry.

The documentray, titled Daft Punk Unchained, is set to premiere later this month on France’s Canal+ and will tell “the epic story of the world’s most secretive duo,” according to a BBC Worldwide press release.

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Hear Giorgio Moroder and Kylie Minogue team up on 'Right Here, Right Now'

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Disco king Giorgio Moroder’s so iconic that he got his own track on Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories: On “Giorgio by Moroder,” the Italian musician speaks about his career beginnings over a synth-heavy track. But he lets Kylie Minogue’s voice shine in his latest, “Right Here, Right Now.”

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