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Los Hermanos Latinos - EP2



los hermanos latinos EP 2
Los Hermanos Latinos - EP2
(12") Bootleg LHL002, 2005-09-03

Info :
Los Hermanos Latinos are back and we still don't know for sure if Quantic's involved or not...
Fat City Recordings say : "Massive follow up to the legendary first 12 inch - more latin breaks for the dancefloor. The Brighton boys do it again with two big latin breaks given a slight re-edit for todays discerning dancefloors - Chiquita is a rare ass Puerto Rican 45 whilst Whistling began life as Whistling Mambo by the wonderfully named Randy Carlos."
Phonica Records say : "Second installment of latin music for the club from the mysterious Los Hermanos Latinos, whose provenance is alleged to be associated with a certain Brighton based label notorious for funk. Whilst no t as obvious as the first release, this ep is a beautifully funky affair with instant appeal when played on a hot sunny day."

Tracklisting :
1. Chiquita (Los Hermanos Latinos Remix)
2. Randy Carlos - Whistling Mambo (Los Hermanos Latinos Whistling Dub Remix)
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