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11 Episodios Sinfónicos
11 Episodios Sinfónicos is a live album recorded by Gustavo Cerati at the Teatro Avenida of Buenos Aires on August 2001. Following the footsteps of other important artists, Cerati rearranged eleven tracks from his former band Soda Stereo as well as singles from his solo albums into symphonic melodies. The concert consisted of him singing while the orchestra played along while being directed by Alejandro Terán. A DVD was also released which featured four additional songs not included in the CD, as well as behind-the-scenes extras and a documentary.
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
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".
Originales - 20 Exitos
Los Auténticos Decadentes
Jessico is the sixth album by Argentine rock group Babasónicos.
The band embraced more traditional song structures in Jessico in comparison to their previous albums, sacrificing experimentation and psychedelia for a more direct style. This has brought criticism from certain circles, who think that this album lacks the originality that characterized Babasónicos from their previous output. It was considered a regular radio-friendly pop album by many. On the other hand, it was the band's ticket to success, who were for the first time raised from underground status into mainstream. Jessico was critically acclaimed by the media and journalists, most of which considered it their best work. In 2007, the Argentine edition of Rolling Stone ranked it 16 on its list of "The 100 Greatest Albums of National Rock".
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.
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.
Mi Vida con Ellas
Ritual De Los Pericos
Vértigo is La Ley's fifth album. The album is separated from the band's other albums because of its electronic sound, machined-style rhythm, and particular cover. The album was completed with the same people as in Invisible, but just before the release, Rodrigo Aboitiz left the band due to a drug problem. The quartet then split with Luciano Rojas for good when he left in the middle of the tour.
Illya Kuryaki & The Valderramas
Parte De La Religion
La Mosca Tse Tse
Mal Bicho (Tributo a Los Fabulosos Cadillacs)
Los Amigos Invisibles
Mundo Feliz was the second album released by Mexican rock band Fobia in 1991. Contrary to their first album, the songs have more surreal lyrics and imagery, without losing the eclectic sound that made Fobia famous throughout Latin America.
Leonardo de Lozanne
Vilma Palma e Vampiros
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.
Cerati & Di Angelo
Noche y Día
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.
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.
Rock en Español - Lo Mejor de los Amantes de Lola
Los Amantes de Lola
Siguiendo La Luna (LFC)
Te Veré Volver: Homenaje a Gustavo Cerati, Vol. 1
Maldita vecindad y los hijos del 5to patio
Maldita Vecindad & Los Hijos del Quinto Patio
Maldita Vecindad y los Hijos del Quinto Patio is the self-titled debut album recorded by the band Maldita Vecindad from Mexico City. The ska-induced long play was released on October 26, 1989 under the RCA International label.
Calaveras y diablitos (LFC)
Presas de Caza
Café Tacuba was the self-titled debut album by Café Tacuba, released in 1992. Rubén Albarrán, the band's lead singer, was credited as "Juan, Él que hace como que Canta" in the liner notes.
Mi Novia Se Cayó en un Pozo Ciego (LFC)
31 minutos is the name of the first studio album of the homonymous television series.
Its first edition released by the label La Oreja Records in August 2003, and containing stickers and 3 videos, managed to sell in Chile the 120,000 copies, surpassing records like those of the Chilean program Rojo, or Los Prisioneros, and reaching the position of a sixteenth platinum record. The double-disc prize Platinum was delivered in the television program De Pe a Pa. EMI Music Mexico reissued the CD for the Mexican Republic in 2007, and Feria Music in 2012 with a different aspect. However, when this last went bankrupt, Aplaplac, the producer of the program, went back to edit the album, and in 2014, together with No visión discos, they released the compact on vinyl.
It has been recognized on multiple occasions, for example, EMOL added the album in its selection of 35 fundamental albums of Chilean popular music.
Gracias...Totales: Tributo Bizarro a Soda Stereo
Uña y Carne
Mi Destino (Confesiones de Una Estrella del Rock)
Héroes Del Silencio
Manuel Santillán, El León (LFC)
La Rue Morgue
La Rue Morgue
Vivo a Lo Cafre
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