Layo & Bushwacka! ‎– GU33: Rio



Ellis-D Took My Love Away 0:16
The Daou Surrender Yourself (Ballroom Mix) 4:27
Marshall Jefferson Open Our Eyes 2:54
L.B. Bad Touch Me! Touch Me!! 1:46
Kym Mazelle Taste My Love 3:10
N.Y. House'n Authority APT. 1A 1:17
Blunted Dummies House For All 1:02
Da Rebels House Nation Under A Groove 2:20
Sheila Acid Kiss 1:30
Lil Louis & The World* I Called U (Why'd U Fall) 2:13
Liaisons D Future FJP 3:30
Master C & J Feat. Liz Torres Can't Get Enough 3:38
Pierres Phantasy Club* Dream Girl 1:45
Francois K* Hypnodelic 2:23
Eddie Flashin Fowlkes* Move Me 1:52
Sine I Like It Deep (Soozee Kreemcheeze Mix) 0:23
Jaya (2) One Kiss 3:39
KC Flightt Planet E (House Mix) 4:16
Fingers Inc* Never No More Lonely 4:07
Metro Area Proton Candy 2:18
Fallout The Morning After 4:11
How II House Time To Feel The Rhythm 4:07
Cajmere Feat. Dajae* Brighter Days 5:44
Kenny Larkin We Shall Overcome (Richie's Loonie Mix) 2:00
Soul Boy* Harmonica Track 4:03
UBQ Project Feat. Kathy Summers When I Fell N Love 5:10
Phonique Bang 3:06
Hug Fluteorgie 4:23
Tiga 3 Weeks (Troy Pierce's Move Until You Leave Mix) 4:23
Pier Bucci Hay Consuelo (Samim Remix) 4:59
Guy Gerber Belly Dancing 6:32
Stefan Goldmann Aurora 3:28
Paul Ritch Samba 4:13
Richie Hawtin Spastik 1:14
Adam Beyer A Walking Contradiction 2:14
Bushwacka! Long Distance 4:43
Jesus Loves You After The Love 0:30
Layo And Bushwacka!* Ashes Remain 4:58
Henrik Schwarz Walk Music 0:30
Patrick Chardronnet Ledge 4:58
Layo And Bushwacka!* Tabloid 6:27
Martin Buttrich What's Your Name? 5:42
Larry Heard Presents Mr. White* The Sun Can't Compare (Long Version) 5:28
Riley Reinhold Lights In My Eyes 2:59
Layo And Bushwacka!* Saudade Remix 7:05

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GU033CD Layo & Bushwacka! GU33: Rio(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Global Underground (3) GU033CD UK 2007 Sell This Version
GU033CDX Layo & Bushwacka! GU33: Rio(2xCD, Comp, Ltd, Mixed) Global Underground (3) GU033CDX UK 2007 Sell This Version
GU033CD Layo & Bushwacka! GU33: Rio(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Global Underground (3) GU033CD UK 2007 Sell This Version
GU33 Layo & Bushwacka! GU33: Rio(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Unofficial, Dig) Global Underground (2) GU33 Russia 2007 Sell This Version


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April 24, 2018
referencing GU33: Rio, 2xCD, Comp, Mixed, GU033CD
🔥🔥🔥 I think it s cool cd 👍🏻 ☺️


January 9, 2013
referencing GU33: Rio, 2xCD, Comp, Mixed, GU033CD
Shut up everyone who consider CD1 as not proper style
They just like play music and specially this kind of misic - they are L&B! and they doing it ACIDY.
These guys are only who did this kind of record for GU, so just listen


November 1, 2008
referencing GU33: Rio, 2xCD, Comp, Mixed, GU033CD

Can't say I agree with the above reviews.

How can classic chicago tracks like Open Our Eyes, Taste My Love, Can't Get Enough, Never No More Lonely etc ever get tiresome or be old hat?!! Simply not possible!

In particular, some of those tracks rarely ever get put on classic compilations so Layo & Bushwacka! have really digged deep here. Consequently, this is not sellout material. If anyone thinks that an old Larry Heard track featuring Robert Owens from 1988 would get featured on your average MOS comp, then they're undoubtedly smoking crack.

The tracks on CD1 are the foundation of House. Give me these types of tracks anyday over run of the mill boring prog house/trance.

No wonder dance music is on its arse when people are so blinkered, so loathed to embrace change or anything even slightly different. Kudos to GU for trying something different at the very least.


August 8, 2008
referencing GU33: Rio, 2xCD, Comp, Mixed, GU033CD
This is yet another step towards a total GU sell-out. It used to be all about what the title suggests: the finest DJ's of the 4/4 prog/tech-house fraternity serving current, fresh underground music played along their global dj circumnavigations.

Now, this is more reminiscent of a Ministry of Sound-esque comp, where the core values are bastardised, edges ground off, as the company owners have dollar signs in their eyes. Sack the director! Bring back the GU we all knew and loved!

Disc 1: Cleverly put together bunch of old hat. We don't need reminding of the past if we are the sort of people buying GU compilations.

Disc 2: Bland, on-the-bandwagon minimal stuff. Includes good tracks (Gerber, Sammim, Heard), don't get me wrong, but only the last track is anything like the Layo & Bushwacka! I thought I knew.

I remember thinking that this could be such a fresh addition to the series, bringing some current underground breaks materials to the GU forum, but it seems like they and GU the label have changed their ways too much, and for all the wrong reasons.

PS. The cover photo is a complete joke, and sells this for what it really is... disappointed would be an understatement.


June 23, 2008
edited over 7 years ago
referencing GU33: Rio, 2xCD, Comp, Mixed, GU033CD

I have to admit, I rated this compilation 3, simply because CD1 is totally out of place here and deserves 1 as far as I'm concerned. Nobody needs that kind of shit on a GU comp. GU folks should wake up a bit. The praise goes to CD2, which, eventhough minimal and modern in its heart, does tell a story and goes somewhere. Hey, I'd even say it's memorable, and not one of those discs which you'll be listening to for a week or two and forget later. I could even understand they were paying some kind of a tribute to a particular sound with CD1, but I can't escape the feeling that it was quite hard for them to make 2 good CDs with current material, which is a shame. Maybe I'm wrong, but there were never so many mix compilations seeking old tunes for help, as there are today. Why do I feel it was much an easier task few years ago to make a good, coherent set with new tunes without sounding bland or dull? Hell, I know I'm not the only one having this feeling...