Death In Vegas ‎– Rocco

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Concrete ‎– HARD 14 12
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Vinyl, 12"
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A1 Rocco (Dub)
A2 Rocco (Dave Clarke Mix)
Remix – Dave Clarke
B Rocco (Sing For A Drink Mix)

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  • Barcode: 743214118818
  • Label Code: LC8280

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ROCCO 2 Death In Vegas Dubplate #1(12", Promo) Concrete ROCCO 2 UK 1997 Sell This Version
HARD 14 12DJ Death In Vegas Rocco(12", Promo) Concrete HARD 14 12DJ UK 1996 Sell This Version
HARD 29 12P Death In Vegas Rocco EP(12", EP, Promo) Concrete HARD 29 12P UK 1997 Sell This Version
HARD 29 CD, Hard 29 CD, 74321 52548-2 Death In Vegas Rocco(CD, Single, RE) Concrete, Concrete, Concrete HARD 29 CD, Hard 29 CD, 74321 52548-2 UK 1997 Sell This Version
HARD 29 CDX, Hard 29 CDX, 74321 52549-2 Death In Vegas Rocco(CD, Single, RE, CD2) Concrete, Concrete, Concrete HARD 29 CDX, Hard 29 CDX, 74321 52549-2 UK 1997 Sell This Version

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Pentrazemine

Pentrazemine

October 13, 2011

Sing for a Drink Remix topples both the original version and the Dave Clarke Mix, hands down. Cryptic vocals, hard-edged bassline, and a hypnotic and catchy guitar rift that evokes the songs progression. The heavy bassline alone makes this version a killer track.

Underrated remix.

5/5
tonymasud

tonymasud

October 9, 2008
Rocco is a straighforward breaks cut with a bluesy vocalsample and some guitarnoodling in it's original album version. The dub works as a darker bassheavy rework with the guitar expanded & the vocalsample spliced down to just brief echoed gibberish, this does it's job well and is perfect for the dancefloor.

The 'Sing for a drink' is somewhat a hybrid between the main and the dub but with some four on the floor action along with it.
Dave Clarke goes for a hard rendition on this, opening with a deep bellowing bass he then unleashed pure & refined madness with some oldschool breakbeatloops. Heard it first on Carl Cox's second FACT compilation where he opens his second CD with it. Dave knocked this one out of the park, it's a hybrid between '97 style bigbeat and '90's style hardcore and keeps it fun yet ominous.