Ramirez & Pizarro ‎– ¡Hablando!

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DFC ‎– DFC 078
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A ¡Hablando! (Acordeón Mix)
Accordion [Played By] – El Moratto*
6:40
AA ¡Hablando! (El Caballo De Fuego Mix)
Edited By [Additional Editing] – Fabrice
6:12

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Producer & arranged for DFC Productions.
Sound & computer programming at Scientific Studio.

C & P 1992 Expanded Music
Pub. Ed. Mus. Camaleonte
Made in Italy

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  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

Other Versions (5 of 33) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BONGO 2 Ramirez Hablando(12") UK Bonzai Gold Series BONGO 2 UK 2002 Sell This Version
BC-2001-030 Ramirez Hablando(12", W/Lbl) Bonzai Classics BC-2001-030 Belgium 2001 Sell This Version
BC-2001-030 Ramirez Hablando(12") Bonzai Classics BC-2001-030 Belgium 2001 Sell This Version
BONGO CD 02 Ramirez Hablando(CD, Maxi) UK Bonzai Gold Series BONGO CD 02 UK 2002 Sell This Version
DFC 078 Ramirez & Pizarro Ramirez & Pizarro - ¡Hablando!(12", TP, W/Lbl) DFC DFC 078 Italy 1992 Sell This Version

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soulbhoy73

soulbhoy73

February 14, 2018
A sound that has thankfully never came back round as retro and cool - the only useful thing to come from this record was we still call bald people Hablando for some reason
8892sales

8892sales

June 17, 2017

I will definitely get slated by the fanboys on here. That accordian sound in a supposed 'techno' track sounds horrible. Always found it overrated, cheesy as shite but also depressing. Makes me gag. Please leave folk instruments out of techno/electronic music. That horrid stab played in that boring as kcuf 'progressivey' house / euro house / rave generator / liberation etc manner. YUK! When this was dropped in the clubs back in the day it was my cue to go for an extra, extra long piss, smoke a big phat one, or go to another room, hopefully they'd be playing something remotely better. CACK!
AskeladdenBlack

AskeladdenBlack

March 29, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Everyone from Laurent Garnier to FSOL would play this which says a fair bit considering as lot of the techno/trance purists in the scene at the time hated and completely dismissed Italian techno/trance. The bassline was the sound of being sucked into a K-hole.
bootonomus

bootonomus

October 15, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
Pretty dope! Think i've heard a later remix/sample version. So good.
gabba4life

gabba4life

September 26, 2012
edited over 6 years ago

Yap. This is all about the accordeon mix.
djperkins

djperkins

May 7, 2012
Epic Early Renaissance tune, whooping bassline rolling into some "Ridley Scott" type breakdowns...a true tune of tunes, for my money, it's all about the accordian mix, buy it and play it loud people.