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Jody Bernal's Que Si, Que No
Que Si, Que No
Dino 2000
El Simbolo's Nunca Te Decides
No Pares
FonoVisa 1997

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Producer: The Sunclub

Tags: Holland, Single [Add]

Main genre: Electronic / Dance

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walter

Contributed by walter (4196 submissions)


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  • walter
    walter said 4 years ago:

    Nunca Te Decides ...yes, I remember myself hesitating, then I got probably fooled by that remix.
    You may change it if you can, it's out of my hands now. Otherwise report. Thanks for your appreciations.

  • DJ Anubis
    DJ Anubis said 4 years ago:

    Last comment (sorry guys, hehe): Walter, shouldn't the title be Nunca Te Decides (as it was released on the 1998 album: No Pares... the "que si, que no" seems to be added as the subtitle on the 2001 remixsingle). If so, please report, thanks man. and as Xanadu said: another surprising cover ;)

  • DJ Anubis
    DJ Anubis said 4 years ago:

    Ricky Martin's Maria was released in 1995, and those "wheppas" almost seem the same, but I'm still hesitating, if anyone wants to continue the hunt... here's Ricky's song, check 0:03: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCEvCXuglqo

  • DJ Anubis
    DJ Anubis said 4 years ago:

    The fact that Fiesta was released in 1996 would make that song a timetraveller, so it couldn't be sampling this song... I must be on to something though; the fact that they also produced a cover of this song (thanks for that info Xanadu), means they knew this song... Now let's see if what I said about Ricky Martin was right ^^

  • DJ Anubis
    DJ Anubis said 4 years ago:

    Not so sure anymore about that Wheppa being the right one, sounds just a little different. Now I'm starting to think that Ricky Martin's Maria did start with this wheppa... didn't the intro go: "wheppa, un dos tres blabla Maria"

  • Xanadu
    Xanadu said 4 years ago:

    The Jody Bernal version was produced by The Sunclub...

    Just add the "wheppa" sample, DJ Anubis. If someone finds an earlier version I can be changed.

    Great addition, walter. Another song that appears to be a cover.

  • DJ Anubis
    DJ Anubis said 4 years ago:

    The "wheppa" at 0:42 in the original sounds very much like the ones in The Sunclub's Fiesta (de los tamborileros) which was also released in 1997. Wouldn't be surprised if this was the original for that sample... What do you guys think?

  • DJ Anubis
    DJ Anubis said 4 years ago:

    LOL this is what I get recommended as song I should also like when I watched Ritmo De La Noche... perfect combination! These songs are SO wrong ^^