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Loco Dice - Flight LB 7475 / El Gallo Negro album cover

Loco DiceFlight LB 7475 / El Gallo Negro

Label:Ovum Recordings – OVM-176
Format:
Vinyl, 12"
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Tech House

Tracklist

A1Flight LB 7475
B1El Gallo Negro
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Published by EMI Music Publishing (world ex GAS) / Universal Music (GAS).

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  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Side A): OVM-176-A GEO L-16193-M-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Side B): OVM-176-B GEO L-16193-M-B

Other Versions (2)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Flight LB 7475 / El Gallo Negro (2×File, MP3, 320 kbps)Ovum RecordingsOVM176US2006
Flight LB 7475 (2×File, WAV, Single)Ovum RecordingsOVM-176Europe2006

Reviews

Mark_Anthony's avatar
Mark_Anthony
This record is the perfect compliment to the Menina Brasileira release which is also on Ovum. El Gallo Negro steals the show. Its just a perfect deep house record. The only 2 records that Loco Dice ever made that have this vibe. Freakin' awesome man!
mrill's avatar
mrill
Couldn't agree more with the previous comment - I've always had a soft spot for El Gallo Negro, and after blasting it out tonight it just reaffirms how spectacular and time-defying it really is, 9 years since its release (7 years since the last comment). Absolutely ace. It's like some early Border Community releases or Pantha du Prince or Lawrence stuff - excellent understated techno
brianwr's avatar
brianwr
El Gallo Negro (The Black Rooster) is without doubt Loco Dice’s most overlooked hidden gem!

It is a track that really catches the ear, built around a skippy percussion pattern, kick and snare, with a hypnotic synth line that creates a tension as the groove builds. It both manages to sound spacious and airy while containing plenty of movement and has a fat filtered bassline to die for!

This is a perfect warm up track for the big room or a great peak time track for deep sets and the after hours.

When i play the vinyl on a decent soundsystem the bass makes my hair stand on end!