The Look Featuring Franklin Fuentes ‎– March

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Sexy Records ‎– SX-1002
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 March (Club Tip Mix) 6:53
A2 March (Club Tipstrumental) 7:26
B1 March (Rave Tip Mix) 7:51
B2 March (Rave Tipstrumental) 7:59
B3 March (Frankapella) 2:51

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Notes

In memory of Franklin Fuentes Senior.

A side listed as LOOK SIDE
B side listed as LISTEN SIDE

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 48116-1002-1 3
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout etched): SX-1002-A EUROPADISK NY USA 10461 &
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout etched): SX-1002-B EUROPADISK NY USA 10461 &

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chrisnova777

chrisnova777

October 20, 2015
i remember hearing this mixed with slam - positive education im not sure how but it was a mental mix... "march, cmon -- i'll take u there, take u there" had to be the "frankapella" mix
Chabalitosse

Chabalitosse

October 6, 2015

First time i've heard the March (Club Tipstrumental) i directly asked the dj about that killer track. He told me "secret weapon" then finally send me the discogs. Definitely a genious track, i bought it and i guess it will be a classic in my sets!
My advice : buy it before the price rise and become impossible to buy !

MrFonktrain

MrFonktrain

July 16, 2008

I've cried tears of joy the first time I've heard that tune. Genious production by Danny Tenaglia and Peter Daou, a real killer. Killer basslines, killer Rave sounds, killer House grooves, killer space sound effects. This sounds like someone on Ecstasy screaming out all the positive feelings when dancing in a packed club: "It's dark in here, it's wet in here, it's hot in here, I like it here; Get ready for the final journey, you'll love it, you will live forever" "My heart is pounding, my mouth is dry, I love myself, and you do, too. Eveyrone wants me, everyone wants to be like me." The definite hands-in-the-air-go-crazy-the-whole-night-long anthem, always and forever. I bet this one turned the clubs upside down when Tenaglia dropped it back in 94.