Sueño Latino  

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Sueño Latino is an Italo disco duo from Italy, formerly known as Righeira.

In 1989 they released a famous eponymous house-Techno song Sueño Latino.

The track is based on Manuel Göttsching's E2-E4. In a late release Göttsching added guitar parts on the track.

The track sampled Emulator II sound library (1984) and was sampled by The Orb.

In some European countries it was a number 1 hit in 1989, although it only reached number 47 in the UK Singles Chart.



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