Gus Gomez | El Narco: Bloody Sunday

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El Narco: Bloody Sunday

by Gus Gomez

Rapper & Producer Gus Gomez (A.K.A. G-Vito) delivers his debut album with "El Narco:Bloody Sunday" (2009).
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Latin Rap
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1. Bandolero
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2. La Mission
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3:01 album only
3. Senorita
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3:39 album only
4. Aqui Y Alla (feat. Pena Suazo)
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2:53 album only
5. Dame Luz
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3:06 album only
6. Canta al Momento
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3:16 album only
7. 4 Horsemen (feat. Weapon X)
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4:30 album only
8. Doble Historia
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2:07 album only
9. Pa que la Pasen bien
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10. The Torch (feat. Weapon X)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After dabbling in collaborations with Ariel GQ, Uno, and others, New York City man Gus Gomez (a.k.a. G-Vito) finally drops his debut LP. And Gus Gomez proves equally adapts infront of the mic and behind the boards. Lyrically, the ambition fueling these songs sounds far from effortless, but there's an exciting up-and-comer's charisma that leaks out.Check out the appeal of the new kid on the block. El Narco: Bloody Sunday isn't flawless, but its drawbacks pale next to its numerous successes: tightly curated guest vocalists, an elastic battery of instrumental arrangements and tempos, and the most shockingly creative lyrics to come out of Latin Hip Hop in years. Striving producer/emcees take note: the man's got shuffle in his soul, and if he keeps this up, the rest of you can all "take the easy way out and make some club rekkids. bottom line checkout this album it's a bet you won't be disappointed.


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Halle

Great Album
Great CD. I have been following the Spanish Hip Hop Movement since Tempo. Gus Gomez is one of these fellows that will helped take the movement to a higher plane his a great producers/Artists. I highly recommend this CD , I also recommend for his NEW CD ENTITLED "The Long Road LP" which should be out soon. Is also too bad that his other Album "Product Of February" is not yet available here. But all in all this album is definitely WORTH TAKING A Listen!

J.O

A Work Of Art
I dont know where Gus has been but i'm glad he's here i'm just sorry it took so long for me to find him on here but I'm glad i came across this album this is by far one of the best albums on CD baby's catalog.

Amaurisio

Solo mi opinion
Lo que trajo Gus Gomez en este album es un estilo propio. En estos dias de artistas del Rap latino que suenan iguales es raro poder encontrar algo con este nivel de originalidad. Si tiene sus canciones fuerte, y tambien tiene un poco de tiraera. Tambien el remix de Aqui y alla con Pena Suazo le quedo increible. Ademas de eso el tambien utiliza un estilo de "old school rap" que mientras tanto no sea tan bailable, le suena bastante bien.
Con este album nadie va a subestimar a Gus jamas.