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2.28 | 23 ratings | 2 reviews | 9% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1983

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Desnuda La Mañana (4:40)
2. Perdido Por Las Calles (4:10)
3. De Una Nana Siendo Niño (7:51)
4. Aires De Mi Canción (5:01)
5. LLegó El Día (13:09)
6. Querida Niña (4:12)
7. Como El Viento (3:12)

Total time 42:15

Line-up / Musicians

- Jesús De La Rosa / vocals (1,3,5), keyboards
- Eduardo Rodríguez Rodway / Classical guitar, vocals (2,4,6)
- Juan José Palacios / drums, percussion, keyboards (7)

- Eduardo Ramirez / vocals (1,2,5,6)
- José María Guzmán / vocals (1,2,5,6)
- Pedro A. Sánchez / vocals (1,2,5,6)
- Antonio Pérez / guitar
- Manglis / guitar (1)
- Manuel Aguilar / bass
- Jose Luis Medrano / trumpet (7)

Releases information

LP Movieplay ‎- 89.2125/8 (1983, Spain)

CD Fonomusic ‎- CD 8092 (1997, Spain) Remastered (?)

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TRIANA Llegó El Dia ratings distribution

(23 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(9%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(13%)
Good, but non-essential (30%)
Collectors/fans only (39%)
Poor. Only for completionists (9%)

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Review by hdfisch
2 stars After the already quite weak album of 1981 another one, offering little to anything at all for progfan. The first song, which is rather good is "Aires de mi canción" having some good electric guitar and jazzy bass play. "Querida niña" as well has a slight jazz touch with nice keyboards. The rest only nice mellow and rather pop-ish songs. Another one for fans only! If you really like to check out this band, stick to their first three albums, there is nothing better expected to come later on from them.
Review by ZowieZiggy
2 stars The popularity of this band in Spain is reaching its peak, while the quality of their albums are seriously declining. But you know this story of course.

Llegó El Día is a standard Spanish rock album which features some good and emotional piece of music (De una Nana Siendo Niño), some listenable basic rock tunes (Desnuda La Mañana, Querida Niña) but also the most dull Spanish-reggae one (Perdido Por Las Calles). They did this already (twice!) on their previous album. This one isn't any better and is better skipped.

One of the most prog songs is Aires De Mi Canción: it features some symphonic music like they could release in their earlier career, but by now the song writing is not as good any longer and this song lacks of the grandeur of the early days and it holds only some bits and bytes of flamenco flavour.

I guess that one has to live with the fact that a rock ballad like the title track is one of the best musical moment from the album. It is a melancholic and tranquil song which lasts for over thirteen minutes. The children's choir at half time would have been best avoided but it introduces a fine guitar break which is one of the finest moment from this work. Not great but good.

Thanks to a couple of decent tracks, this album avoids the one star rating but this is not a good album. It is the last one of the first Triana period. The band will reach the cult status after the sudden death of their leader in a car crash. There will be reunion albums after this one though. But that's another story.

Two stars.

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