Before the Bingo Players put themselves on the map with “Cry, Just A Little,” they were producing quality beats — many of which have been entirely overlooked. Their collaboration with Chocolate Puma is one such track and so we’d like to revive it for all of you haven’t heard it and even those of you have. With its heavy bass and vintage vocals “Disco Electrique” is an absolute floor killer of epic proportions. Their track “L’Amour” may have just taken the number 40 spot on our Biggest Tracks of 2012 list, but I’m partial to “Disco Electrique.”
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