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Loco In Acapulco

"Loco in Acapulco" was a 1988 hit song by The Four Tops. It was written by Phil Collins and Lamont Dozier (one third of the group's legendary long-time songwriting team, Holland–Dozier–Holland), for the soundtrack to the film Buster that also starred Phil Collins in the title role.

It was released on Arista Records, and, while not a hit in the States, was a huge international hit, reaching number 7 in the United Kingdom charts. The song is about partying and having fun in the Mexican city of Acapulco. The song would subsequently appear on their 1988 album Indestructible.

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