℗ 1981 Warner Records Inc
 

El Loco

ZZ Top

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1.1
Tube Snake Boogie
ZZ Top
3:05
1.2
I Wanna Drive You Home
ZZ Top
4:49
1.3
Ten Foot Pole
ZZ Top
4:24
1.4
Leila
ZZ Top
3:17
1.5
Don't Tease Me
ZZ Top
4:25
1.6
It's so Hard
ZZ Top
5:11
1.7
Pearl Necklace
ZZ Top
4:08
1.8
Groovy Little Hippie Pad
ZZ Top
2:44
1.9
Heaven, Hell or Houston
ZZ Top
2:34
1.10
Party on the Patio
ZZ Top
2:49
Total Playing Time    37:26
El Loco is the seventh studio album by the American rock band ZZ Top, released in 1981. The title means "The Crazy One" in Spanish. The band's guitarist/singer Billy Gibbons has said that the recording of this album was the first time the three members of the band were isolated from one another in the studio, rather than recording simultaneously in the same room. It also foreshadowed ZZ Top's synthesizer-driven direction later in the decade, with early experimentations in synthesizer backing on certain tracks.

El Loco was produced by Bill Ham and recorded and originally mixed by Terry Manning.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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