Latin Rascals, The

The Latin Rascals was an electronic percussion duo formed in 1981 by Tony Moran and Albert Cabrera. Their re-edited versions of hit songs spliced together enjoyed major air-play on New York City dance radio WKTU's popular mix show. The radio exposure led to a deal from Shakedown Studios who hired the duo to restructure popular hit radio songs into viable dance club hits. Shortly thereafter, they were contracted by another studio, Fever Records, to write and produce a song for one of their new acts, The Cover Girls. The result was "Show Me", a song that not only became Moran's first Top 40 gold record, but also helped to usher in the freestyle era of music. This opened the doors for new artists including TKA, Sa-Fire ("Boy, I've Been Told"), and Lisette Melendez ("Together Forever").

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  • Arthur Baker Remixes (Bruce Springsteen, 1984)
    • "Born In The U.S.A." (Freedom Mix, Dub Mix, and Radio Mix) (tom toms, dulcimer, glockenspiel, backing vocals, bass synthesizer, horn synthesizer, gunshots)

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