The Eurodisco sound was, and still is, very popular in Holland and Belgium. Belgian producer Alfons (Fonny) De Wulf, and Dutch producer, Michiel Van Der Kuy, created a hybrid Eurodisco sound, which mixed spacedisco synth pop with Continental Eurodisco and Hi-NRG. The famous tracks, like Fonny De Wulf's production of Samantha Gilles "Let Me Feel It", and Michiel Van Der Kuy's studio projects such as Sisley Ferré, Attack, Paparazzi and Special Touch, with vocals by the leading Dutch session singer Jody Pijper, have come to be regarded as amongst the best examples of Eurodisco and 80s Hi-NRG. I must of course make mention of the breathtakingly original remixes made by the Dutch remixer Peter Slaghuis, sadly killed at too early an age. Peter Slaghuis remixes still sound fresh and exiting today, and I know of few people who can't get enough of his semnal re-working of Maria Vidal's "Bodyrock".
In Sweden, there was of course the pop heritage left by Abba. Ola Håkansson and Tim Norrell created a German style discofox sound with their productions of Lili & Sussie, The Herreys and Secret Service, whilst Paul Rein brought a more Hi-NRG slanted sound to his pop productions.
I don't have much knowledge of the more obscure Eurodisco produced by these countries, but here is a selection I would recommend. I have listed them by country of origin.
LOVE AND DEVOTION, Michael Bow (ARS, 1987)
ONE SHOT SO HOT, Michael Bow (ARS, 1987)
ONE MORE TIME, Bianca (Infinity, 1987)
MIDNIGHT LOVER, Bianca (Infinity, 1988)
SHERRY MI-SAI, Monte Kristo (In The Mix, 1986)
YOU AIN'T GOT A CHANCE, Charley Danone (Blanco Y Negro, 1984)
PLAYBOY, David Lyme (Max-Music, 1986)
DANCING IN THE MOONLIGHT, Body Heat (Lollipop, 1986)