Giorgio Moroder's exalted legacy is untouchable: his career has left an indelible stamp on dance music's history. His rhythms sashay like a runway model, progressing with noble elegance and cloaked in decadently lush orchestrations of shimmering electronics and acoustic symphonies that overflow with ecstasy. Unflinching diva vocals weave soulful words through a labyrinth of emotions. These anthems from the 1970s still resonate through today's progressive trance with their perfect mix of deep grooves, and sweet instrumentations that rise like champagne bubbles in a mimosa. When he hit Hollywood with his soundtrack and theme song productions, he sculpted eerie atmospheres of urban tensions and slight futurist paranoia. Though his career has had many ups and downs (compare "I Feel Love" with the soundtrack to D.C. Cab), when he is at his best, his tracks attain musical and emotional perfection.