DJ Marky & XRS Featuring Stamina MC ‎– LK 'Carolina Carol Bela'

Label:
V Recordings ‎– V035
Format:
Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A LK (Full Length Version) 6:07
B LK (Full Length Instrumental Version) 6:02

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Catalogue numbers:
V035 - artwork (center-label + cover)
V0 -35 -A-1 - etching run-out groove (side A)
V035 AA - etching run-out groove (side AA)

Additional etching:
STU.

Barcode: 5033615001068

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MARKVISIONARY

MARKVISIONARY

February 14, 2015
Never like the mc version all about the instrumental
Salmiaki

Salmiaki

December 11, 2012

I was looking for this track on vinyl since a long time as it is a true dnb classic. Ranked #5 in the top 100 dnb singles by Knowledge Mag.
djmowgli

djmowgli

May 21, 2010
putting Marky & XRS on the map, and making everyone aware of Brazilian D&B

a feel-good tune of hot-weather seasons. a breath of fresh ocean air for the dancefloor.

check out the M.I.S.T. remix of this.
Wezzamoose

Wezzamoose

January 1, 2010

This is up there with the absolute best tunes to ever reach vinyl. This Drum N Bass track incorporates evrey aspect of music that makes people lose their mind. And the best thing is ive just picked it up for £2.50 haha
Jairinho

Jairinho

May 1, 2003

The guitar riff that plays in the background is a sample of "Carolina Carol Bela" by the Brazilian genius Jorge Ben.
Also the vocal your hear in the background: "E ela mora no meu peito e eu moro vizinho a ela, e eu fico desse jeito, pensando nos beijos, nos carinhos dela..."
chrisrhode

chrisrhode

March 24, 2003

This is definately not the type of Drum & Bass that I normally listen to. This was one of the first tracks that I heard that got me into the "lighter" side of Drum & Bass. The guitar riff that plays in the background does a good job at making me think that this isn't Drum & Bass that I'm listening to. The vocal mix is even better than the instrumental version (in my opinion.) If you see this record on the shelves, FOR GOD SAKES BUY IT!!!
schuby

schuby

February 5, 2003

Absolutely unbelievable...The guitar and the vocals make this seem like its on Copocabana...for real. Flowing and soft, this is one of the best releases of 2002. Absolutely brilliant.