Voodoo Sound Club: Afroderrick

Voodoo Sound Club SKU: 39625250
Voodoo Sound Club: Afroderrick

Voodoo Sound Club: Afroderrick

Voodoo Sound Club SKU: 39625250

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $17.98

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Title: Afroderrick
Artist: Voodoo Sound Club
Label: Mondo Groove
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 8055323521734
Genre: Electronic

Mondo Groove introduce Afroderrick EP by Voodoo Sound Club, the brand new 12" release on Mondo Groove. "Afroderrick" is a storming Afrobeat track with special guest legendary Italian trumpeter Roy Paci that originally came out on Guglielmo Pagnozzi's Voodoo Sound Club project's debut CD album on Cinedelic Records, Same, in 2011. The track became kind of a cult during the years with many DJs asking for a vinyl version. And here it is, in it's full glory, the original itself opening the B side, followed by a solid breakbeat "Voodoo Strange Fruit Remix" by Detox, with the A side massive with another couple of interpretations, an euphoric house "Fresco Remix" done by Leo "Fresco" Beccafichi, DJ, producer, and collaborator of Italian popstar Jovanotti, and another remix this time in trippy Afro style by heroes Daniele Baldelli and Marco Dionigi.


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