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Alan Cumming, Lisa Edelstein and more help Giorgio's usher in the '80s

Alan Cumming, Lisa Edelstein and more help Giorgio's usher in the '80s

Disco tunes of the 1970s have long been the musical mainstay of Giorgio’s, the Saturday-night-only nightclub-through-the-kitchen at the Standard hotel in West Hollywood. This is hardly surprising, especially because the club’s namesake, legendary dance music producer Giorgio Moroder, had a hand in hits like Donna Summer’s “Love to Love You Baby.” But, this past Saturday night, after spending more than 2 1/2 years in the Me Decade, Giorgio’s cofounders and producers Bryan Rabin and Adam Bravin flipped the script, turned the page, advanced the ball and moved the (record) needle enthusiastically into the '80s.

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