Cappella ‎– Helyom Halib

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Media Records ‎– MR 527
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single, Green & Pink Label
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Tracklist

A Helyom Halib (Acid Acid Acid) 6:29
B Helyom Halib (Acid Mix) 4:07

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Ed. Mhara

"Media" The Sound Of The Future!

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Other Versions (5 of 31) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OTB 1364-7 Cappella Helyom Halib(7", Single) On The Beat OTB 1364-7 France 1988 Sell This Version
MR 0907-28 Cappella Helyom Halib Rmx(2xFile, MP3, 320) Media Records Digital MR 0907-28 Italy 2010
ARS 1732 Cappella Helyon Halib(7") ARS ARS 1732 Belgium 1988 Sell This Version
50-8409 R, SPV 50-8409 R Cappella Helyom Halib (The Ethno House Remix)(12") P1 Records, P1 Records 50-8409 R, SPV 50-8409 R Germany 1989 Sell This Version
OTB 1364-7 Cappella Helyom Halib(7", Single) On The Beat OTB 1364-7 France 1988 Sell This Version

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Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

August 27, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
Nineteen eighty eight was definitely the hottest year for Acid House Music on Europe: you could finally hear all thos influences from the Chicago scene ("Acid Trax" was released on Belgian label Who's That Beat, ZYX got the license from Trax for "We Are Phuture" and you could hear underground hits such as "Machines" by Laurent X, "Jesus Loves The Acid" by Ecstasy Club, among others that would infest the clubs) and realize that it wouldn't take long for it to affect the productions of the European artists themselves.

That was definitely the case on Cappella's "Helyom Halib", an early Italo House hit written by Gianfranco Bortolotti, Pierre Feroldi and Pier Rossini; "Helyom Halib" got amazing basslines with 303, the weird acappella from Steinski & The Mass Media on "Let's Play It Cool" on the quote "Hello, my friend... There is something I'm about to sing... Means so much to me... Something that I'm about to sing... Put me back! Put me back! Put me back... On a solid Rock! (Get Down!) Ah! Keep the Party Goin'!", and the vocals from the House Classic "Work It To The Bone" by LNR (on "Come on let's work it to the bone-bone-bone!").

This was a time when the Italian House producers still got great influences and made fine combos. "Helyom Halib" was a huge hit between 1988 and the year of 1989.