The 2012 inductees into the National Registry of the Library of Congress have been announced and K.C. and the Sunshine Band’s, Boogie Shoes’, their disco classic, which brings the registry of the total number of recordings as of 2012 to 375.  A recording is inducted for the cultural, historical and significance of its influence in the era they were recorded. The recordings must be at least 10 year old as well.

Along with ‘Boggie Shoes’ other inductees where:  The Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, Simon and Garfunkel’s 1966 album ‘Sounds of Silence’, Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ and a 1931 radio broadcast of Will Rogers. Only 25 recordings are selected each year for induction.