No Smoke ‎– Koro-Koro

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Koro-Koro
Black Is Black
Koro-Koro (Dub Dance)
Koro-Koro (Dub Dance II)

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WAFT 11 No Smoke Koro-Koro(12") Warriors Dance WAFT 11 UK 1989 Sell This Version
WAFT 11R No Smoke Koro-Koro (Remix)(12") Warriors Dance WAFT 11R UK 1989 Sell This Version
WAFT 11 No Smoke Koro-Koro(12", W/Lbl) Warriors Dance WAFT 11 UK 1989 Sell This Version
PRO-7282 No Smoke Koro Koro(12") Profile Records PRO-7282 US 1990 Sell This Version
PRO-7282-DJ No Smoke Koro Koro(12", Promo) Profile Records PRO-7282-DJ US 1990 Sell This Version

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freshontheboat

freshontheboat

May 22, 2016
referencing Koro-Koro (Remix), 12", WAFT 11R

Abelle Cry (Beat That Drum Mix) pitched down -6% is an absolutely insane track. Can't find any recording of it online, though.
niponjean

niponjean

October 20, 2015
referencing Koro-Koro, 12", WAFT 11
monstruous and timeless, don't let the words " tribal house" scare you away, this is designed for modern use
mystic2975

mystic2975

April 30, 2012
referencing Koro Koro, 12", PRO-7282

Amazing tribal house that still sounds fresh 20 years later. I heard Kerri Chandler open with this record back in 2002. He murdered the dance floor with it; unfortunately it was a white label. Took me 9 years to figure out that it was No Smoke.
tosh

tosh

December 19, 2009
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Koro-Koro, 12", WAFT 11
One of my all time favourite tunes koro koro classic tribal drums which still sound as good today as they did then.and the tribal chanting which flows effortlessly just tops the tune off. 89 what an era
dchicago909

dchicago909

October 29, 2006
edited over 9 years ago
referencing Koro-Koro, 12", WAFT 11

For me this track defined the warehouse sound of London in 1989. I can remember these tribal percussive rhythms through the smoke and the haze at a party somewhere on the outskirts of London. The ultra funky bassline bouncing off the walls keeping everything tight & locked in. The african sounding chants are also wicked, and flip me onto a spiritual tip for the duration of the track. I would place this in my house top 10 because it's so original and timeless.