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Los Cabrones / No Comply - Hole Que Tal (No Comply Mix) / 4th Floor Fiesta



Los Cabrones No Comply Freestyle FSR 016Los Cabrones Hole Que Tal No Comply MixNo Comply 4th Floor Fiesta
Los Cabrones / No Comply - Hole Que Tal (No Comply Mix) / 4th Floor Fiesta
(12") Freestyle Records FSR016, 2004-10-18

No Comply is Lance Ferguson & Ben Grayson from The Bamboos

Tracklisting :
A1. Los Cabrones – Hole Que Tal (No Comply Mix)
B1. No Comply feat. Mark Fitzgibbon – 4th Floor Fiesta

Info :
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia come the production duo of Ben Grayson & Lance Ferguson. They are known worldwide as deep funk outfit The Bamboos who released a track on Kenny Dope & Keb Darge's label Kay Dee and have recently signed to Tru Thoughts. This new collaboration from producers Bennson and Lanu sees them under their No Comply moniker. '4th Floor Fiesta' has them teaming up with Melbourne piano heavyweight Mark Fitzgibbon for a heavenly slice of dance-floor bossa/jazz. No Comply's rub of Los Cabrones 'Hola Que Tal' takes the original salsa into outer space with a stop-over in West London. Tough broken beats collide with searing live percussion, Latino chants from vocalist Leo D and a six-piece horn section 'Latin Jazz Orchestra Los Cabrones'.
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