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Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
Bocanada is the second solo album by Argentine rock musician Gustavo Cerati, released by BMG International on 28 June 1999. The album, an eclectic mix of neo-psychedelia and trip hop with a variety of styles, is considered by critics and fans as a highlight in Cerati's career and one of his best albums. His first album release after the breakup of Soda Stereo, Cerati had, during this time, been working with Plan V and Ocio, two bands oriented towards electronic music.
Raíz was the album's first cut played in radio stations, Puente being the first music video to be released; "Bocanada" had the most music videos produced of any Cerati album to date.
Allmusic granted it 4 1/2 stars out of 5, which was viewed as surprising and unusual, considering it is not very commonplace for Allmusic to give a Latin album such a high score.
Originales - 20 Exitos
Los Enanitos Verdes
Corazones is the fourth album by the Chilean new-wave band Los Prisioneros. First released in 1990, it was produced by Gustavo Santaolalla for EMI Odeon Chilena. The album was recorded, mixed and mastered in Los Angeles, California.
The lyrics are not related to the band's usual social criticism, but they took a more romantic, electronic oriented direction, with the support of Cecilia Aguayo on keyboards and Robert Rodríguez on guitars. Also, this was the first record without Claudio Narea on guitar.
After finishing the promotion tour -which included two performances on the International Music Festival at Viña del Mar. The band split up and would eventually reunite for a brief period in 2001.
In the US, Corazones was released by Capitol Records.
According to Rolling Stone Chile magazine, "Corazones" stands #9 on the best Chilean album of all times ranking, while "La voz de los 80" stands #3 and "Pateando piedras" #15.
Invisible is La Ley's fourth album. It is often considered their best record, and is their second best selling album. The album reunites La Ley again with Rodrigo Aboitiz and invites a new member, Pedro Furgone, after the death of founder Andres Bobe. The album begins the dark era of La Ley. It was also La Ley's first album to have a song completely in French.
The album contains the number one hits "El Duelo", "Día Cero", and "Cielo Market".
Los Reyes De La Cancion
Los Auténticos Decadentes
Al Lado del Camino
El Nervio Del Volcan
El nervio del volcán is the fourth and final album by Mexican rock band Caifanes, released in the summer of 1994.
With bassist Sabo Romo and keyboardist Diego Herrera out of the band since the previous year, Saúl Hernández, Alfonso André, and Alejandro Marcóvich were the remaining band members left to record Caifanes' fourth studio album in Los Angeles, California between February and April 1994. The album included the hit singles "Afuera" and "Aquí no es así".
A tour began throughout Mexico, United States, Central America, Colombia, Chile, and Argentina, ultimately ending with the band dissolving on August 18, 1995 on their final show in San Luis Potosí, Mexico. Hernández later formed a new incarnation of his previous band, Jaguares, due to legal disputes and fallout with lead guitar Alejandro Marcóvich.
Guest artists included Graham Nash, Stuart Hamm, Federico Fong, Yann Zaragoza and Cecilia Toussaint.
1000 Vivos is a live album by Los Pericos. The tracks come from a 1997 concert in Buenos Aires which celebrated the band's tenth anniversary and from a 1999 concert celebrating the band's first 1000 shows.
The official presentation of the album, was held at the Obras Sanitarias Stadium, where as rarely saw the stadium, more than 6,000 people inside and another 2,000 people listening from the street.
Los Tres MTV Unplugged
Los Tres MTV Unplugged is an MTV Unplugged live acoustic album by Los Tres. This was the first MTV Unplugged album ever to be released by a Chilean band.
The title of the only inedit song "Traje Desastre" is a pun. Traje Desastre means "I brought disaster", but Traje De Sastre means "Tailor's Suit".
Avalancha de exitos
Avalancha de Éxitos was Café Tacuba's third album. In 1996, two years after their acclaimed Re, the band had amassed enough new music to fill four CDs, but couldn't winnow it down to a single album. So instead, they covered eight songs by other Spanish-speaking artists, who ranged from totally obscure to well-known.
Vicentico is the first solo album by Argentine pop rock singer Vicentico. After his time with the band Los Fabulosos Cadillacs he went into a solo career when the band took a hiatus.
Vilma Palma e Vampiros
La Mosca Tse Tse
Illya Kuryaki & The Valderramas
El Equilibrio de los Jaguares
El Equilibrio de los Jaguares is an album recorded by Mexican rock band Jaguares. The debut LP was released on September 17, 1996 under the label Bertelsmann de Mexico.
Lead singer and songwriter Saúl Hernández and drummer Alfonso André credited as the only members of the band. Guest musicians include José Manuel Aguilera, Federico Fong, Cecilia Toussaint, Benmont Tench, Billy Preston and Flaco Jiménez.
Mal Bicho (Tributo a Los Fabulosos Cadillacs)
Los Amigos Invisibles
Maldita Vecindad Y Los Hijos Del Quinto Patio
El circo is an album recorded by Mexican rock band Maldita Vecindad. The album was released on 24 September 1991 under the BMG Entertainment Mexico label.
Miedo Escenico is the first solo studio album by the Chilean singer and ex-member of the Chilean rock band La Ley, Beto Cuevas. The album was released in Latin America on 23 September 2008, and in the United States on 30 September 2008 by Warner Brothers.
Los Amantes de Lola
Senderos de Traición
Héroes Del Silencio
Senderos de traición is the second studio album by the Spanish rock band Héroes del Silencio, released in 1990. The album was especially successful in Spain and Germany. In August 1993, 750,000 copies had been sold worldwide, half of which were sales in Spain.
Lo Mejor De Los Hombres G
Parte De La Religion
Jarabe de Palo
Tasty + B Sides
La Argentinidad Al Palo
La Argentinidad al Palo: Se Es, Lo Que Se Es is the seventh album by the Argentine Rock band Bersuit Vergarabat, released in 2004. Released firstly in two different discs, Se Es as disc 1 and Lo Que Se Es as disc 2.
Mujer Amante (versión acústica)
Al Final de Este Viaje...
Al Final de Este Viaje is the second album by the Cuban singer-songwriter Silvio Rodríguez, released in 1978.
Siguiendo La Luna (LFC)
Sweet & Sour - Hot & Spicy
Sweet & Sour, Hot y Spicy is an album that was nominated for Best Alternative Music Album in the 2005 Latin Grammys.
Pequeño Cabaret Ambulante
Pincoya Calipso - Pasado, Presente y Futuro
Cerati & Di Angelo
The Return of El Santo
The Return of El Santo is the second album released in 2000 by Latin ska band King Changó. The album's title is a tribute to Mexican wrestler El Santo.
Calaveras y diablitos (LFC)
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