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Salsa & Spice

Released: May 01st, 1996
Running Time: 100
Director: Bogas Brothers
Company: Totally Tasteless Video
Cast: Lydia Splitz, Vicky (I), Daisy (I), G Sale, Will Savage, Alex Sao Paulo, Sabrina (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Gonzo

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Salsa & Spice is truly enjoyable from beginning to end -- and there are lots of ends in this feature. The Bogas Brothers really shine, and Loretta Sterling, introducing the clips in a sombrero, adds comic relief. Just when you think there could be no more sour cream, the Brothers come through with a little extra for their hot tamales (Four times in the first scene with G Sale alone.)

Daisy is the standout performer. Obviously nervous, yet excited, she warms your heart and stiffens your dick. The Brothers take the time to capture her first appearance on video with the skill it deserves. Average looking, her true enthusiasm makes her appear twice as sexy as Sabrina, whose performance is lackluster and distracted.

In later editions, it would be great to see more variety (i.e. two girls; the same attention to anal that is given to oral cum shots; etc.) but for now the viewer gets more than his money's worth. The Brothers care ab out what they're doing and it shows. Stock 'em.


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Totally Tasteless Video
Vicky (I)
G Sale
Alex Sao Paulo
Lydia Splitz
Daisy (I)
Will Savage
Sabrina (I)
Bogas Brothers


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