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  • Singer: Renato Cohen
  • Album: Pontapé
  • MP3: 1455 mb | FLAC: 1759 mb
  • Released: 2002
  • Country: Brazil
  • Style: Techno, Tech House
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 689
Renato Cohen - Pontapé mp3 flac

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Renato Cohen ‎– Pontapé. Label: Intec Records ‎– INTEC17.

Renato Cohen Pontape (2002). Duration: 6:40 File type: mp3. Play online Download. Download Renato Cohen – Pontape (2002).

Renato Cohen - Pontape 2013 Remake. Download MP3. Renato Cohen.

Tracklist Hide Credits

a Pontapé 6:40
b Pontapé (Trevor Rockcliffe Mentor Remix)
Remix – Trevor Rockcliffe

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Intec Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Intec Records
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Lacquer Cut At – The Exchange
  • Pressed By – MPO


  • Design – Samuel Muir
  • Lacquer Cut By – Simon*
  • Written-By, Producer – Renato Cohen


© 2002 Intec Records Ltd.
℗ 2002 Intec Records Ltd.
"Pontapé" means "kick" in Portuguese.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 896291 117640
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): INTEC 17 A1 SIMON THE EXCHANGE MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): INTEC 17 B1 SIMON THE EXCHANGE MPO

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NOISE 003 Renato Cohen Pontapé ‎(12") Noise Music NOISE 003 Brazil 2001
DC108 Renato Cohen Pontapé Remixes ‎(2xFile, MP3, 320) Drumcode DC108 Sweden 2013
DC108 Renato Cohen Pontapé Remixes ‎(12") Drumcode DC108 Sweden 2013
DC108 Renato Cohen Pontapé Remixes ‎(2xFile, AIFF) Drumcode DC108 Sweden 2013
INTEC017 Renato Cohen Pontapé ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Intec Records INTEC017 UK 2002

one of the few tracks i hated back in the day and still do...only newcomers liked it
Agree with the revive below. I was 19 when this came out and bought the track on vinyl just to listen to on my shitty turntable. I am now 35 and still love this. Peace.
Strange that you'd go out of your way to make this comment.And then to play gatekeeper by declaring that "only newcomers liked it".Is it not underground enough for you?Taste is taste - but this is undeniably a stone cold classic that will cause dance-floors to erupt this day.I've only been collecting records for 35 years.I must be a newcomer.
this track literally destroys dancefloors . tech house bomb of the highest order . with relentless hats , driving prodded bassline , and THAT funk drop that just adds so much energy to the track . still love it to this day . for the record CARL COX played this at his last ever gig at space in 2016 [listed as global 700 on soundcloud in 4 parts] .
Before being released by Intec, was made a test pressing at Anderson Noise's label, Noise Music. This EP was cataloged as Noise Music 003. No one knows for sure how many copies exist because it was distributed only to some friends and DJs. On the other side contains an unknown track, never released by Renato Cohen.
Yikes! Pontape is the ultimate proof how sometimes it doesn't take a combination of brain surgery & a sense of unmatchable innovation to get your name out there... Renato Cohen's killer just recently popped back into my mind when I re-heard it at a party some weekends ago. Amazing. It sounds simply amazing on any decent large speaker system. Through all its simplicity, it brings forth a reckless attitude and instant likeability, with a determined mission to drive party crowds into a frenzy. Here is the formula: never ending layers of hard percussion atop a never ending fat bass line which could easily redifine the term groovy. Both are just coming at you without the intent of stopping. The track sounds like it could have been made in no time. Irresistible dance floor madness, and it doesn't pretend to be anything else. A classic.
The original mix here is where it's at... an absolutely infectious percussive groove that treads the line between house and techno with equal measures of simplicity and funk. Sure to rock any dancefloor.
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