Armando – Land Of Confusion (1987)



Armando Gallop was a Chicago house pioneer, and more importantly for this post, the producer of one of the 2 or 3 standout acid tracks of the golden era. If you don’t like ‘Land of Confusion’, you don’t like acid house. More funky than Garden of Eden and less relentless than Phuture’s ‘Acid Tracks’. This exemplar use of the Roland TR-808 was released on Westbrook Records when he was just 17. A bonafide stormer.

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