Dons of Disco is a 2018 American documentary film directed by Jonathan Sutak. It details the career of the Italo disco musical artist Den Harrow and controversy surrounding his identity. Tom Hooker, who provided vocals for a number of Den Harrow recordings, seeks credit for his vocal performances attributed to Den Harrow. Through interviews with the producers and performers who created Den Harrow, the history of the musical project is detailed.
On discovering Hooker's "Bad Boy" video, a Den Harrow fan noticed it was the same voice as Den. From here, Turatti explains the many voices of Den Harrow, including Chuck Rolando, Silver Pozzoli, as well as Hooker and even Zandri himself.
Stefano Zandri expresses a desire to sever his association with Den Harrow, claiming that any mention of Den Harrow reminds him that Tom Hooker views Zandri as nothing more than a puppet. However, when asked to perform at a rebuilt German discotheque named New Galaxis, Zandri agrees to perform as Den Harrow. During soundcheck, Zandri gives the sound technician a backing track that he can sing to. Believing he would lipsync, Zandri surprises everyone by singing "Future Brain." He goes on to perform at New Galaxis to an enthusiastic crowd.
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