Ricardo Villalobos ‎– 808 The Bassqueen

Label:
Lo-Fi Stereo ‎– lo-fi stereo no. 09
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A 808 The Bassqueen (Queen Of Bass Mix) 12:11
B1 808 The Bassqueen (Extended Loop) 9:52
B2 808 The Bassqueen (Dubstar'z Shorthack)
Remix – Dubstar
5:05

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Credits

  • Mastered ByCGB*

Notes

Mastered at Dubplates & Mastering (Berlin, Germany).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out A-side): LO-FI 009 A CGB@D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out B-side): LO-FI 009 A CGB@D&M

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ramiro.lopez.182940

ramiro.lopez.182940

August 4, 2016
i love this fucking song! wow. never though ricardo could get deep ass fuck in the house vibe , respect
DoctrinMTL

DoctrinMTL

June 23, 2016
what would you say are the chances of a RP here?
djwey

djwey

December 1, 2015
ricky V just transcending that minimal tech house vibe and just making a straight house classic... without the 808 bass queen vocal the loop version could be a sprinkles song almost... that beautiful rolling sub bass and them moodychords. super fire >.< . used to hate the vox and now i actually kinda like em, go figure!
DaRoyal

DaRoyal

June 26, 2015
The loop version is simply incredible.
Rickthestick

Rickthestick

June 8, 2015
I remember walking through the DNA record store in Montreal, and Tiga's younger brother Thomas unwrapped this...track is a dream. Timeless; still get goosebumps today listening to it.
Argenberg

Argenberg

March 17, 2015

Long time ago this genre definitive song had literally become part of my life. It's so beautiful, so introspective - words cannot express that. It's best to dwell into this song by progressively listening legendary 2000s deep house compilations from Swayzak and Terry Lee Brown Jr.
auxroot

auxroot

March 14, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
I can't believe I'm the first to comment on this! Ricardo Villalobos has made a lot of great songs but this ode to his 808 drum machine is the best. It's fun and quirky enough that it never fails to catch a group's attention but it is still graceful. His timing as he tweaks the bass drum and brings elements of the track in and out of the mix seems preordained. The production is beautiful and psychedelic, simple chords echoing as between mirrors over skipping, bass-heavy house beats. He finally brings in a super-deep rolling bassline for the last minute and it brings this incredible feeling to the song, it's like nothing else!