Taco ‎– 4 Tracks

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TELDEC ‎– WMC5-26
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CD, EP
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Comes original with OBI

All Songs published by Taktell-Mercur. Produced by Bastos and G. Lammers.
(P) 1989 TELDEC Record Service GmbH - A Warner Communications Company.
Manufactured in Japan by WEA Music K.K. Printed in Japan.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 988053 600261
  • Matrix / Runout: WMC5-26 P03
  • Rights Society: Jasrac

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darlingkandie

darlingkandie

August 12, 2009
edited over 7 years ago
One of Taco's finest moments, this record found him still searching for that post-"Ritz" musical identity that would be commercial. Taco's voice complements the dance pop track "Got To Be Your Lover" perfectly. The producers have created it to sound exactly like a Stock Aitken Waterman record, and it really does. The time and the sound were right, but something didn't click for this track and it remained in obscurity. I suspect it's because the label didn't have a lot of money for promotion more than any other reason, because this record should have been at least a moderate dance hit, it's very infectuous and of its era. "Love Touch" is very similar, but suffers in light of "Got To Be Your Lover"'s catchier lyrics.