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The Mexicano was Eddy Grant’s brother Rudy. He’d first made ripples with a tune called ‘ Cut Throat ’ on the Klik subsidiary Angen in early 1976. By the end of the year, this DJ version of a UK re-cut of Delroy Wilson’s ‘ I’m Still Waiting ’ was rocketing up the charts. In January of ’77 it hit , spending seven weeks there in addition to a further three weeks at . The record’s success was phenomenal and really caught on. It was later picked up by the Baal label (distributed nationally by Pye Records) but it never took off. The record had its detractors (myself included) who thought it an inferior and rather weak retread of Delroy’s in-demand song. But its popularity cannot be denied. It stayed on the chart for 21 weeks and even prompted an answer-record ‘ Move Up Hutch ’ by Superstar.


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