Ralphi Rosario ‎– Quentagious EP

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D.J. World Records ‎– DJW 110
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Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
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This Quench
A1 Bardót Fever
Vocals [Featuring] – Byrd Bardót*
6:36
A2 Instrumental Fever 6:33
That Quench
AA1 La Belle De La Luna 7:07
AA2 Ee-Ah Song

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): DJW 110 A1̶ I - I Metropolis Mastering M.J.R. SRC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): DJW 110 AA1̶ I - I M.M.M.J.R. SRC

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sunshine-recorder

sunshine-recorder

September 9, 2017

Wicked record. Every track is slamming - all killer no filler. Bardot Fever bringing the euphoric vibe with that effortless ear worm of a piano riff and that wicked semi spoken / semi sung vocal. No messing with Ee-Ah Song on the flip, you just simply can't mess with that cut whatsoever - banging drums and a heavy, meaty bassline that gets the club moving. Sounds especially dope pitched up. Essential.
Cathaoir95

Cathaoir95

June 8, 2017
bardot fever is just astonishingly good. the whole record is a must for any house junkie's.
alexchater

alexchater

February 2, 2016
Wicked sounds! One of my best recent finds for sure.
restless

restless

April 26, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
I'll add my two pence here, my personal fave would be by far "Ee-Ah Song", very dry, minimal and bassy with the so sexy and playful chopped-up female vocals that make the difference (but then god knows i'm a sucker for properly done voice cut-ups). A timeless piece of badass trippy house music.
a-groove

a-groove

April 23, 2014

one of the best garage records ever. "instrumental fever"...need i say more? if so the other songs are great too, just a magnificent piece of sexy, soulful, urban, free music.
frankieaglow

frankieaglow

May 7, 2012
edited over 3 years ago
An essential EP for any fan of classic house. Rosario, a first-wave Chicago house musician always rolled with a more New York garage sound than his contemporaries, and has done ever since his breakout monster - 'You Used To Love Me' from the late eighties.

The Quentagious EP is Ralphi's sound at it's best and most mature. 'Bardot Fever' is such a banger and the most playable, but also don't sleep on 'La Belle De La Luna'.

Five stars.