Mecca ‎– Allah Hoo

Nu Discs ‎– NU 002.6
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Allah Hoo 5:37
B1 Arabesque 5:45
B2 Deep In Love



Track B2 "Deep In Love" has got no duration because it has no ending, it ends in a locked groove.

Samples Islamic phrases by Qari Waheed Zafar Qasmi on Allah Hoo and from Hassisen on Arabesque.

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NU 002.6 Mecca Allah Hoo(12", W/Lbl) Nu Discs NU 002.6 Netherlands 1989 Sell This Version


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October 20, 2019
I read this info about track B2 ending in a locked groove. I have played my copy a few times but it just runs outside in for a few minutes with ambient tunes and then just ends... Like the sound stops and the tone arm starts its way to the label.


February 4, 2018
My copy has a Dutch info sheet about its releasedate 6 october 1989, and a flyer about its presentation in club Roxy on that date.


July 26, 2007
edited over 13 years ago
An early Dutch House production involving Eddie De Clerq and Gert Van Veen.
A record that defines the spirit and atmosphere and energy from the days in clubs like The Roxy in Amsterdam and De Waakzaamheid in Koog a/d Zaan.

Allah Hoo is a House track with Arabic singing blend with the typical Gert Van Veen music underneath it, simple but with an unstopable energy, in the same vein as House Of Venus and A-Men.

Arabesque has that feel all the early Quazar trax had, a Tribal sound combined again with Arabic sounds, an excellent Tribal Ethnic trip tune.

Deep In Love is an Ambient track, not that special but it breaths the early A'dam House scene atmosphere, still gives me that 'special' early days feeling.
Funny thing is that the track never ends due a never ending run out groove, it keeps on looping.

A release that captures that raw Peace, Love and Unity feeling of the early Dutch House scene.