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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. La Fábula del Grillo y el Mar (6:01)
2. Hombres de Maíz [edit] (4:17)
3. Mujer [edit] (4:12)
4. Conquista (Seguimos Vivos) (5:49)
5. Aquí Está Tu Tierra (4:18)
6. Toca Viejo (3:51)
7. Fiesta Privada (3:49)
8. Alto al Fuego (3:39)
9. Como un Duende (4:34)
10. Libre Sentimiento (3:56)
11. La Trampa (5:02)
12. Traficantes de Religión (4:28)
13. Dime que has Olvidado (3:23)
14. Centroamérica (7:14)
15. Lo Que Siento Por Ti (4:05)
16. Bar Rocko [edit] (2:49)
17. Un Poco de Paz (3:19)
18 De la Noche a la Mañana (4:23)

Total Time 79:00

Line-up / Musicians

- Álvaro Aguilar / lead & backing vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar
- Plubio Aguilar / bass guitar, lead & backing vocals
- Ranferí Aguilar / electric & acoustic guitar, lead & backing vocals
- Lenín Fernández / drums, percussion
- Paulo Alvarado / violoncello, keyboards, backing vocals
- Oscar Conde / saxophone, flute, keyboards, backing vocals
- Jack Schuster / violin
- Orlando Aguilar / drums, percussion (only in tracks 14, 16 & 17)
- Pablo Mayorga / drums, percussion (only in tracks 14, 16 & 17)

Releases information

Remastered by Dideca. Three songs have being edited for the 80 minutes limit of the CD.

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Review by jampa17
2 stars We are celebrating the 30th anniversary from Alux Nahual, so I found myself very pleased to continue the reviews from this amazing and historic Guatemalan symphonic band. So, well, this is the fourth compilation the label bring out in less than 10 years, maybe too much but it has it goods and bads, so lets see...

Finally we have a remastered material (that's a good thing) so the sound is improved and is very welcome. The bad thing is that they practically chop three songs, just to make it an 18 songs compilation instead of 15 songs. I don't know anyone who can appriciate a 7+ minutes song being abruptally cut into a 4 minutes song leaving the whole instrumental part out, just awful. The other two songs suffer as well and is very sad that the producers didn't respect the songs.

The songs sellection is very obvious, the 15 hits Alux Nahual had in their first 7 LP albums plus three more random songs. This is a DIDECA compilation, so there are no hits from the the last decade in which Alux Nahual were with Sony Music. Another negative thing, because it's just more of the same. This is the third time we have those 15 songs publish in a compilation so, this is only required by new fans 'cause all the material have being already publish several times.

On the goods we can put as well the effort they put in the production. Finally we get a decent booklet, with a few band photographs and a little text describing the music style and even a cardboard box and inside we found the traditional plastic CD box. They even use a new nice design so, at least this is an improve over the other compilations.

So, recommended for the remastered versions, but the awful chops on particular songs really let down the production. Only for collectors and fans, or maybe for new listeners... just hits, no too much progressive material here. 2 stars is fair.

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