Richie Rich / Kariya ‎– You Used To Salsa / Let Me Love You (Rebuilt)

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Not On Label (Richie Rich) ‎– CAM 001, Not On Label (Kariya) ‎– CAM 001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", Promo, Unofficial Release
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Tracklist

A Richie Rich You Used To Salsa
AA Kariya Let Me Love You (Rebuilt)

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Notes

A is an unauthorized remix of Richie Rich - Salsa House, also containing the vocals from Ralphi Rosario - You Used To Hold Me.
AA is a remix of Kariya - Let Me Love You For Tonight.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): CAM 001-A
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): CAM 001-B

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RichMcGill

RichMcGill

November 5, 2015

I can only confirm what the other reviewers have said. I had this on a mixtape in the early 90s. Then I spent the next 20 years trying to track this down, - the NEXT TWENTY YEARS. I must have played 30 other mixes. Eventually, thanks to the magic of YouTube I found it and then, thanks to the magic of Discogs, got to own it. It's the bassline that does it for me. Old skool classic.
danman

danman

February 27, 2013

The other reviews are spot on with how good this record is!
My only arguement would be that this record was released in 1989, Bombscare came out in 1992.
Should the bombscare break, that we all know and love, infact be called the Rebuilt break?
MikeyWorth

MikeyWorth

December 7, 2011
edited over 2 years ago

The definitve version of 'Kariya - Let Me Love You' in my opinion. Its a true dance floor smasher which leaves your head spinnin' by the time the spin-back samples come in at the end. Every Dj should have a copy of this in their box, it does fetch quite a few pennies now. One of the finest un-offical releases \0/
DeviousDame

DeviousDame

December 15, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

This has to be my most prized possession amongst all my vinyl collection. An absolute class record that I can only describe as all the lovely bits from Kariya laid nicely over the 2 bad mice's bomscare break. Would still go down well on dancefloors today, but unfortunately it took me 13 years to find my copy so if you see this for sale GRAB IT QUICK !