Liaisons Dangereuses ‎– Los Niños Del Parque (The Official Delgado / Komossa Remixes)

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Madcat Records ‎– SPV 55-8512
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1 Liaisons Dangereuses Los Niños Del Parque (The Single Version - Delkom Mix) 2:53
2 Liaisons Dangereuses Los Niños Del Parque (The Network Press Version - Delkom Mix) 5:08
3 Saba Komossa Ratoncita (Delkom Mix)
Written-By – Saba Komossa
3:22
4 Liaisons Dangereuses Los Niños Del Parque (The UK "Black Version" Spanish Fly Vs. Saba Komossa) 7:04

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  • Label Code: LC 7796
  • Matrix / Runout: SPV-66-8512 12 A1

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RR 125537, RR-125537 Liaisons Dangereuses Los Niños Del Parque(12") Roadrunner Records, Roadrunner Records RR 125537, RR-125537 Netherlands 1981 Sell This Version
MS 006 Liaisons Dangereuses Los Niños Del Parque(12") Hit Thing MS 006 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
MS 006 Liaisons Dangereuses Los Niños Del Parque(12", W/Lbl) Hit Thing MS 006 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
SPV No. 01-8508; MAD 6-6 Liaisons Dangereuses Los Niños Del Parque (The Official Delgado / Komossa Remixes)(7") Madcat Records SPV No. 01-8508; MAD 6-6 Europe 1988 Sell This Version
GIG 111 123, 111 123 Liaisons Dangereuses Los Niños Del Parque(7", Single) GiG Records, GiG Records GIG 111 123, 111 123 Austria 1982 Sell This Version

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Weareonenation303

Weareonenation303

September 9, 2013

Wonder why so much demand for mediocre mixes? I personally bought this for "Ratoncita" which is a very rare track by Saba Komossa this track is most likely either exclusive or Semi-exclusive to a few releases. Having liked some of Gabi Delgado's and Saba Komossa's work, I decided to try out "Ratoncita". Not a very good track, it sounds just as average as the "Los Ninos Del Parque" mixes. In fact, the best mix is the Single Version - Delkom Mix simply because most of the great vocals from the original are miantained in this edit. The other versions replace most of the vocals with cheesy phases like: "This is now the age of DJ Mixer" or Saba repeating: "The remix". What the heck is that? It really reminds me of the crappy phases many DJ's include in today's mixes. Could had been worse though. The original still reigns supreme over any mix.