Ritmo Rivals ‎– Americano Slide

Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM



(P)&(C)1993 Planet 4 Communications Ltd.
Recorded at Planet 4 Studios.
Marketed by Network Records.

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12 novembre 2018
The LA Underground mix has a break that still gives me shivers after 25 years!!!


22 février 2016
edité over 3 years ago
The sound of Ecstasy on vinyl. The word epic is overused in 2016, but particularly applicable to this track. Heavenly. Proving you can make a huge progressive house track and it doesn't have to be 14 mins long.


21 décembre 2014
edité over 4 years ago

This tune - The LA Underground Mix - gathers all the essential elements of the progressive house / trance scene from late nineties. And, it's released in 1993, I just couldn't belive it! Breakdown is, as Promopete already said, one of the most epic sounds in the genre, it's a sort of an earthquake for your soul. Epic stuff, don't miss it!


15 décembre 2014
edité over 4 years ago

Heard this first at Life@bowlers new years eve 1992/93 in front of over 5000 mad ravers ha & the place went mad. Really deserves an airing or too nowadays as it was well before its time.
This the 1993 Planet 4 Communications Ltd. 12" release of the first collaborative effort by Parks & Wilson, Guy Oldhams and Roger Lyons. The Manchester, UK progressive house super-group was responsible for many 12"s on the P4 label, making their work highly sought after upon release.
As a debut single this is nothing short of impressive. An epic progressive house / progressive trance tune with two slightly different styles for the listener to enjoy.
The A side version is the one that has the most energy and style, making it my choice for the most played version of the track (even after a second remix 12" was released a year later). The breakdown in the track is one of the most epic sounding bits of progressive house you'll ever hear.
The AA side is a Euro-prog house version that's a bit more straightforward, not-so-epic kind of track. The main elements of the track are still there, just built into a different concept. It's a solid, DJ friendly track, but in comparison to the A side, it's a little underwhelming.
The A side version is truly one of my favourite tracks of all time.