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Remixes (180 gram vinyl 12")

Remixes (180 gram vinyl 12")
Remixes (180 gram vinyl 12")Remixes (180 gram vinyl 12")






1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Nov 28, 2022

GUINU Remixes Razor-N-Tape Disponible à Montpellier dans notre disquaire Magasin de disque

Gold standard house label Razor-N-Tape looks back to Guinu's modern LP of Brazilian jazz-funk, Palago^, and has some key cuts from it remixed by a selection of assured studio hands here. First up, Jose Marquez reworks the title track into a heavy and hypnotic jam with big percussion. The Faze Action remix of 'Haha Fe' brings some fresh disco sounds and RNT stalwart Diogo Strausz brings big room synth energy and cosmic vocal filters. Last of all, Brazilian Carrot Green brings the 80s boogie brilliance to 'Porao de Ferro.'

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Palago (Jose Marquez Remix)


Haja Fe (Faze Action Remix)


Electromandinga (Diogo Strausz Remix)


Portao de Ferro (Carrot Green Dance Mix)

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