Tony G* ‎– Tony's Song

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Tony's Song (Club Mix) 9:08
Tony's Song (Percapella) 5:25
Tony's Song (Instrumental) 5:28
Tony's Song (Radio) 5:34

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Mic 506 Tony G* Tony's Song(12") Micmac Records, Inc. Mic 506 US 1988 Sell This Version
Mic 506 Tony G* Tony's Song(12") Micmac Records, Inc. Mic 506 US 1988 Sell This Version
V.T.L. 11015, MIC 506 AS Tony G* Tony's Song(12", Cle) Micmac Records, Inc., Micmac Records, Inc. V.T.L. 11015, MIC 506 AS US 1988 Sell This Version
Mic # 506 Tony Garcia Tony's Song(12", TP) Micmac Records, Inc. Mic # 506 US 1988 Sell This Version

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Fullcircle88

Fullcircle88

February 21, 2015
referencing Tony's Song, 12", Mic 506
Did this ever get repressed at all? I've got a copy that has a Hard To Find Records label on it saying Mic Mac records re-press.
rob_disanto

rob_disanto

October 5, 2014
referencing Tony's Song, 12", Cle, V.T.L. 11015, MIC 506 AS
this is not an official release as confirmed by mic mac records owner mickey garcia.
ronnkabengele

ronnkabengele

August 16, 2013
referencing Tony's Song, 12", Mic 506
This was more than a serious Track at one of the top clubs in my country Zambia. MOON CITY NIGHT CLUB!!!
england2

england2

October 30, 2012
referencing Tony's Song, 12", Mic 506
Yeah, this is right! It is not the Real Scarface samples from which Al Pacino says in the movie - it is in fact - & done very well by the vocals of, which, clealy states "WHO" the vocalist is on the record credits!! Nelson Pinero!
dj.xray

dj.xray

September 3, 2012
referencing Tony's Song, 12", Mic 506
this aint actually al pacinos voice on here,despite what another reviewer said..sounds like him i know,but there you have it,used to smash this on centreforce 88.3 in the old days one of my all time faves,bad bwoy tune dis ya,na'rare wax.
oldskoolvinyljunkie

oldskoolvinyljunkie

May 12, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Tony's Song, 12", Mic 506
This classic track contains extracts of Al Pacino's voice from the film Scarface over a very cathcy piano riff and bassline. "There's a new bad guy in town and his name is Tony Montana". The only disappointment is the way the vocals are mashed up....different voice overs from the film are thrown in periodically and in no particular order, Imho a bit more thought could have gone into the vocal arrangement. All the same, still a very catch tune.