Chimo Bayo ‎– Asi Me Gusta A Mi

Total Recall (3) ‎– SPV 050-08115
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


Side A called - "Side Si"
Sibe B Called - "Side" No"

Time duration on the sleeve is wrong. The correct time duration apears on the labels.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PI 31416 Chimo Bayo Asi Me Gusta A Mi(12", Maxi) Area International PI 31416 Spain 1991 Sell This Version
SPV 055-08113 Chimo Bayo Asi Me Gusta A Mi(CD, Maxi) Total Recall (3) SPV 055-08113 Germany 1991 Sell This Version
ZYX 6643-8 Chimo Bayo A Si Me Gusta A Mi (X-Ta Si, X-Ta No)(CD, Maxi) ZYX Records ZYX 6643-8 Germany 1991 Sell This Version
190 083-7 Chimo Bayo Asi Me Gusta A Mi (Esta Si... Esta No)(7", Single) Touch Of Gold 190 083-7 France 1991 Sell This Version
PI-31416 Chimo Bayo Asi Me Gusta A Mi(7", Single, Promo, S/Sided) Area International PI-31416 Spain 1991 Sell This Version


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September 18, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
This song is sung in spanish by chimo bayo. It uses a word game with the spanish words "esta si" that sound like ecstacy or extasis in spanish like the famous pills used in the "ruta del bakalao" movement which was very famous in the early 90's in the zone of Valencia.


December 5, 2003

Although spoken in Spanish or Portuguese (no se:-) , this sounds like the common dark, dancey German techno ca. 1989 - 1993, like on Techno Drome International and ZYX record labels. A man speaks the lyrics, rather than singing them, somewhat harshly. There is a group chant of "esta si", which sounds like "ecstacy" toward the end of tune. During the early 1990s, this song would have been reasonably successful, but in my opinion, it's not that interesting today, but it's still a decent example of techno electronic body music of early 90s.