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4.08 | 6 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. 4:01
2. Familias
3. No hay fiesta despues del recital
4. Revolting in stealth
5. Puente Llaguno
6. Tomando conciencia del baile IV
7. 2:59
8. Campos de concentración
9. 7:18
10. Canción para Evo Morales
11. Al niño Mauricio le molestan los pobres
12. Esto es el invierno

Line-up / Musicians

- Alex Kodric / guitars
- Alejandro Leonelli / voice, bass, percussion
- Nicolás Kodric / organ, percussion
- Hernán Calvo / balalaika, percussion
- Gabriel Falciola / drums, percussion
- Agustín Martiré / sax, other wind instruments
- Omar Grandoso / trombone, other wind instruments

- Alan Courtis / guitar in 9 and 11
- Hernán Espejo / guitar in 8 and 12
- Christof Kurzmann / voice in 4 and 10
- Fernando Perales / guitar in 9 and 11
- Charly Zaragoza /bass in 9 and 11

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Azione Artigianale (Azar 33)

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HONDURAS LIBREGRUPO Célula dormida ratings distribution

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Review by Mellotron Storm
4 stars I'm a big fan of this band and every new release by them is an automatic purchase for me. I would describe their music as being much more in the Avant style than Psychedelic but no matter, this Argentinian band always offer up challenging and interesting music.

"4:01" has these mechanical-like sounds that pulsate as gentle guitar joins in. Horns follow. A slight change in mood 2 minutes in then we get more mechanical sounds that follow. It's dissonant late as it blends into "Familias".Distant sounding vocals join in at 1 1/2 minutes. Cool stuff. Horns to the fore at 4 1/2 minutes to end it.

"No Hay Fiesta Despues Del Recital" has a beat with various sounds helping out. Vocals 3 minutes in then dissonant horns repace the vocals a minute later. "Revolting In Stealth" has almost spoken vocals with a beat and horns.

"Pvente Liacuno" is short with intricate sounds and vocals that come and go. "Tomando Concencia Del Baile IV" has vocals and more to start then the horns come to the forefront briefly before a minute. An experimental calm 2 minutes in. Drums kick in at 4 1/2 minutes. Cool.They stop before 6 1/2 minutes as experimental sounds continue.

"2:59" is experimental throughout. "Campos De Concentracion" has a melody with vocal expressions. I like it !

"7:18" is dark as well as melancholic and experimental. "Cancion Para Evo Morales" is short as we get these spoken vocals with background noise.

"Al Nino Mauricio Le Molestan Los Pobres" sounds great when the vocals arrive around 3 minutes, in fact it reminds me of BAUER. "Esto Es El Invierno" has these spoken words and a dark atmosphere.The words stop but the darkness continues.

Another adventerous effort from this band that will keep you entertained and coming back for more.

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