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El Loco album for sale by ZZ Top was released Oct 25, 1990 on the Warner Bros. label. For 1981's EL LOCO ZZ Top's first album of the '80s, the trio decided to streamline its gritty blues rock sound somewhat and focus on hooks. While it would take this approach a step further on its next release, the monster crossover hit ELIMINATOR, EL LOCO was ZZ Top's last album before entering its synth-heavy phase. Its Texas blues trademark sound can still be detected beneath the studio enhanced sheen. El Loco CD music contains a single disc with 10 songs. ...See Full Description
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The last great ZZ TOP album is excellent before their change-over to pop music & MTV videos. El Loco does display what would be explored further on Eliminator but also contains the Texas sound the early fans had come to know and love.
By a reviewer (Alfordsville,In,USA)
||Hard to classify|
"El loco" is an album I've always had mixed feelings about, and this I think is a reflection of how the band actually were at the time.
By James Richardson (Elizabeth, South Australia)
This is a superb album if you're a ZZ Top fan like me. Tube Snake Boogie and Pearl Necklace are the well known and great songs but I love the song Party on the Patio.
By Esther (Vancouver, B. C., Canada)
I find this album is an underrated album that has songs like "I wanna drive you home" my fave ZZ TOP song "Leila" "Tube snake boogie" "It's so hard" etc.
By Tnahpellee (Australia)
||The Last Great ZZ Top Album|
EL LOCO is the last great ZZ Top album before the band dove full-throttle into synthesizers and lost their soul.
By Adam (Suffern NY USA)
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El Loco songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1099332|
|Release Date||Oct 25, 1990|
|Engineer||Terry Manning; Bob Ludwig|
|Recording Time||36 minutes|
|Personnel||Billy Gibbons - vocals, guitar|
Dusty Hill - vocals, bass
Frank "Rube" Beard - drums