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Panico - Surfin' Maremoto album mp3

Performer: Panico
Title: Surfin' Maremoto
Released: 1996
Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Punk
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 976
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In this period, the album Pornostar was released with EMI and, through EMI's promotion, Pánico began to reach more and more people. The single Demasiada confusión (Too much confusion) was widely played on Chilean radio. The album's sound was reminiscent of The Ramones and The Pixies and was praised by fans, but didn't meet EMI's sales expectations. After recording the EP Surfin’ Maremoto (Tsunami Surfing) with EMI, they went back to producing records independently.

In this period, the album Pornostar was released with EMI and, through EMI’s promotion, Pánico began to reach more and more people. The album’s sound was reminiscent of The Ramones and The Pixies and was praised by fans, but didn’t meet EMI’s sales expectations.

Passo & Chiudo EP. Play album.

Chilean Latin rock band Pánico started getting involved in the local underground scene in the mid-'90s, founding its own label, called Combo Records, to release a self-titled debut album, followed by 1995's Canciones Para Aprender A Cantar. After signing up to EMI, the band recorded Pornostar and an EP called Surfin Maremoto in 1996.

Biography by Drago Bonacich. Chilean Latin rock band Pánico started getting involved in the local underground scene in the mid-'90s, founding its own label, called Combo Records, to release a self-titled debut album, followed b. ead Full Biography. Known by their nicknames, Eddie Pistolas on vocals and guitar, Carolina Tres Estrellas on bass, Chow Cables on keyboards, and Memoria Radial on guitar, Pánico's musicians participated in a tribute album to local rock heroes Los Prisioneros, featuring "Quién Mató A Marilyn. After being signed up by French label Saint George, a hits compilation called Panorámico was released.

Artists Los Coronas Surfin' Tenochtitlan. Surfin' Tenochtitlan Los Coronas. Surfin' Tenochtitlan. This album has an average beat per minute of 156 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 120/190 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Surfin' Tenochtitlan. Album starts at 137BPM, ends at 172BPM (+35), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Los Coronas.

Listen to Os Maremotos :maremoto by Pablo Punk Diaz on In 2004 the quartet released their first official album, entitled Baile. The work brings ten songs by the author and had the help of friends and sponsors. However, they had already released the first CD recording of the band in 2003. The demo Live at Lino's, which has 25 songs and five original compositions, was made for the Tsunami could begin to disseminate the work in nightclubs in the city. The public soon adopted and the musicians began to market the album, selling nearly a million copies. The band also participated in the project The Great Garage What Records

Tracklist

1 Playa (single Mix) 2:59
2 No Me Digas Que No Si Quieres Decirme Que Sí 2:31
3 Las Cosas Que van Más Lento (demo) 2:02
4 Rosita Quiere Ser Una Pornostar (demo) 1:48
5 Demasiada Confusión (en Vivo) 1:57
6 Miss Intoxic Llega A la Disco (en Vivo) 1:54
7 Quiero Estar Anfetaminado (en Vivo) 18:08

Notes

Tracks 5, 6 & 7 recorded live, Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile, Dec. 12, 1995

After the last track in the minute 11:29 Starts hidden Material (Pelacables)
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