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Amos & SaraAmos & Sara... Invite To 'Endless Latino'

Label:It's War Boys – £ 10.
Format:
Cassette, Album
Country:UK
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Genre:Rock
Style:Alternative Rock, Avantgarde

Tracklist

A1Mr. Sinista
A2Bossa Kings Of Rhumba
A3Horrible Echo In Space
A4Urge To Cha-Cha
A5That's Him All Over
B1Pain Mambo
B2The Snake
B3Private World Of A Private Eye
B4The Westerners
B5Insomnia Samba
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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Invite To Endless Latino (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue)War Extension£ 10UK2017

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djangonudo
This is one of my all time faves!!!!!! You won't find better music - trust me! The whole catalogue of "It's war boys"-releases is something like a holy grail for fanatics of English DIY-postpunk and "the endless Latino" is the absolute highlight here in a fountain of refreshing sounds, fantastic ideas and arrangements. Nopcsa is just right: Jim Welton is GOD!
This is a tape/record which just explodes because of brilliant ideas, catching grooves, weirdness and infectious dance tracks. The only reference point, I could think of, are the "Pissende Kuh Kassetten" (= pissing cow tapes) by the glorious Schütte-Brothers from north German smalltown Varel. Check out highlights like "Insomnia samba"!!! The Bossa Kings of Rhumba are even able to walk on water! The fact that there is a re-release on vinyl proves that there must be a god out there who is kind to us.
If you like this stuff check out other Amos and Sara releases like "Narki Brillians", "Sara goes pop", "the private life of Amos and Sara" ("I keep myself buisy rocking a boat....!!!!"), "the just measurers" (LP with an incredible italowesternstyle track) and the brilliant "Tesco bombers"-7'' on Y-records. They are even better than the "Homosexuals"-records on which Amos was also very buisy. Recommended for fans of early Rough Trade, Absurd Records and everything out of the Naffi-cosmos. Get it at ounce for a better life!!!!!!