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Artist: ZZ Top

Title: El Loco

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Category: Southern Blues Rock

Year: 1981

Label: Warner Bros.

Catalog Number: 2-3593

Personnel

Billy Gibbons Vocals, Guitar
Dusty Hill Vocals, Bass
Frank Beard Drums

Tracks

1.  Tube Snake Boogie  
2.  I Wanna Drive You Home  
3.  Ten Foot Pole  
4.  Leila  
5.  Don't Tease Me  
6.  It's So Hard  
7.  Pearl Necklace  
8.  Groovy Little Hippie Dad  
9.  Heaven, Hell Or Houston  
10.  Party On The Patio  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: danoq Date: September 16, 2005 at 21:22
Great album by a great band. Very radio friendly songs. "I wanna Drive you Home" has amazing slide and Gibbons changes keys with pure finess!!!! This record has beautiful guitar tones, and the production is awesome for the 80's. This was the last of the boogie woogie they were known for. The following records were digital and MTV based. GEt this record!!!! A+

From: TomStavely Date: June 1, 2006 at 16:06
The best Top album i think Its so hard and Leila are relaxed classics so cool, of course the rest is amazing home to some classic Top too. Start with this one if you dont own a zz record yet the perfect mix of their 70's and 80's style 9/10

From: Remastered Reason Date: January 20, 2009 at 3:38
"Tube Snake Boogie" leaves nothing to the imagination with the overt title & lyrics but rocks anyway. "Pearl Necklace" with it's opening, snide laughter always makes me chuckle & has a killer groove that smokes, while the album closing romp "Party on the Patio" always satisfies with it's quirkiness. Pick this up for those 3 tracks.

From: Metal Loaf Date: January 9, 2013 at 7:52
This is a transitional album between the straight-ahead southern blues rock of their first decade and the synth-driven AOR of the Eliminator to Antenna era, so it's often overlooked. Nevertheless, it has some pretty good tracks and it's worth a listen for any fan of the band.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 11, 2015 at 0:00
An album that has an AORish Southern Blues Rock feel even though the songs are more into the early sound of the band but for me this was like the pre warning of what the band was going to do next in its music direction on its following 80's releases...tracks 1,2,3,4(nice) & 5 are my faves...84/100


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