The Men From Del Bosca ‎– El-Bland-E

Giant Trax ‎– gtrax001
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


Bosca Suite : Pfm Fx
A1 El-Bland-E
A2 El-Cerveza (Sea Bosca)
Giant Suite : Fh Damage
B1 A Fistful Of El Pesos
B2 Bajo-El-Austral

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Samples: Rhythm Section's - Feel The Rhythm

All tracks sample
Vocal from N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton
℗ © giant trax 1992

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5. 023627 200061
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): GTRAX 01-A-1 "Ooh Aah Paul McGrath!"
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): GTRAX 01-B-1 "Say Ooh Aah Paul McGrath!"

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May 6, 2017
edited over 2 years ago
I bought this a few years ago thankfully at a lower price however these nm copys are represses imo can anybody shed any light if this was bootlegged ? As i would say buyer beware !!!!


July 12, 2012
Personally I don't care who sampled what in this Bad Boy of an EP. I had an original copy of Origin Unknown - Eastern Promise EP. 6 years before I got one of these puppies. This may well be the most elusive and best known Rave track of 1992.


March 21, 2008
edited over 6 years ago
Sorry to be picky but its not an ICE T sample but one from NWA Straight out of Compton - Easy E, I believe utters those immortal words. Those adolescent days listening to gangster rap thinking I was tough have finally been of some use!

El Bland E is a cracking tune and as rare as rocking horse doo to boot! This tune is a 5/5 corker and is guaranteed to get any party's attention and get the crowd buzzing, serious heavyweight tune that has the same effect everytime - mayhem.


January 29, 2008
This is one that is worth the money IMO. A slightly unusual and unique sound due to it being produced outside the UK - very ruff, raw and powerful for a 1992 tune - very much on the dark and moody tip. Instantly recognisable from the Ice T vocal sample "you are now about to witness the strenght of street knowledge". The EP features 3 mixes of the same tune - this is my favourite and the one most people talk about.


October 19, 2007
edited over 5 years ago
one of the finest hardcore tunes of 1992 on a very dark tip,this ep raised quite a few eyebrows because it was not produced in the uk where one would think wherever it came from it whipped up a storm with its ruff breakbeats and joey mentasm style riffs and that nwa sample "Your now about to witness the strengh of street knowledge" Fitted in so well there is even a mid piano section with typical female snippets which were in adundance in 1992 all in all its got every think you could possibly want from a rave tune.