Gonzalez isn't exactly the problem on Ricardo's latest for Sei Es Drum, though. (But he certainly doesn't help.) Sounding like a Spanish version of the B-52's Fred Schneider, Gonzalez speak-sings his way through "Baile," while Villalobos keeps things relatively minimal for his unlikely muse, providing a bouncy bassline and synth-pop-gone-minimal-techno beat for him to do his thing over. It's one of Ricardo's safest tracks ever, and it certainly doesn't benefit from Gonzalez's vamping.
Ricardo is a crafty one, though, loading up the B-side with one of Reboot's most epic productions yet. Frank Heinrich isn't what you would call a restrained producer by any means, but "Caminando" features a stunning, folk vocal, chanting children and a groove that doesn't bother quitting for even a moment all adding up to one of his self-consciously biggest moments yet. The elements are ridiculously cliché at this point, but the results are also undeniable. It should be coming soon to the closing of a party near you very soon. (If it hasn't been there already.)