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Mexico suena a Los Angeles

by Latin Alternative Compilation

A Latin Alternative Compilation, from Mexico DF to Los Angeles. Listen to the hottets bands around.
Genre: Latin: Rock en Espanol
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1. Pastilla Looking for you
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2:34 album only
2. Juguete Sin ti
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3:18 album only
3. Superstelar Aerostatico
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3:27 album only
4. Bayu Capoeira
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5:04 album only
5. Dr Jack El penultimo
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2:32 album only
6. Uztar Aqui me doy
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5:01 album only
7. ECO Band Por el vino
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2:45 album only
8. Druidas El mundo y Cristina
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2:52 album only
9. Juguete A punto
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3:49 album only
10. Superstelar DDT
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3:09 album only
11. Dr Jack Tú me has
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2:46 album only
12. Revolver Closet
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2:15 album only
13. Curanderos Campo santo
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14. Pastilla Sexta extinción
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3:37 album only
15. Bayu Música
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3:29 album only
16. Austin Valiente
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17. Rascuache Rascuache
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18. Las 15 Letras Tita (Acustica)
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México Suena a Los Angeles (English below)

El disco compilado "México Suena a Los Angeles" (Escuchalo Records, 2004) reune a los grupos más representativos de las escenas de rock independiente de las ciudades de México DF y Los Angeles California. Del lado angelino, grupos con amplia trayectoria y popularidad como lo son Pastilla, Curanderos y Las 15 Letras, se suman en este compilado a Dr. Jack, Juguete, Bayu, Uztar, Eco Band y Rascuache; grupos que conforman parte de la prometedora nueva generación de bandas alternativas del Sur de California y que ya cuentan con un amplio reconocimiento tanto en Estados Unidos como en México. Del lado sur del río Bravo, los grupos; Superstelar, Druidas, Austin TV y Revolver son los representantes de la escena independiente capitalina en este compilado.

Este disco es producto de el proyecto del mismo nombre; "México Suena a Los Angeles" que se creo desde el 2002 a consecuencia de la necesidad de incrementar la interactividad entre las escenas independientes de Los Angeles y la mexicana. En este disco se encuentran las bandas que han participado en los más de 30 conciertos entre las ciudades de México DF, Monterrey, Puebla, Hollywood y Los Angeles donde las agrupaciones de ambos países que aparecen en este compilado se han unido y compartido los mismos escenarios.

Este compilado plasma los géneros que cada una de las bandas aporta, dándole así un toque ecléctico totalmente variado que se transporta entre los sonidos del rock melódico estilizado, brit pop, pop alternativo, punk, ska, rock instrumental, celta y world music.

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Compilation CD "Mexico Suena a los Angeles" (Escuchalo Records, 2004) contains a mixture of the representative independent rock bands of the both Mexico City and the city of Los Angeles. This CD brings together, experienced and well-known bands from the Los Angeles region such as; Pastilla, Curanderos and 15 Letras. In addition to this collect ion, other new emerging bands like Dr Jack, Juguete, Bayu, Uztar, Eco Band and Rascuache; these bands conform part of the promising upcoming generation of alternative rock bands of the Southern California. All these bands have earned prestigious recognition in the United States as much as in Mexico. Down the south side of Rio Bravo, the bands; Superstelar, Druidas, Austin TV and Revolver are the representatives of the independent rock bands from Mexico City.

This CD is product of the project called; "Mexico Suena to Los Angeles" which was created on 2002 as a result of the necessity to increase the interactivity between the independent rock scenes of Los Angeles and the Mexico. The bands that form part this CD compilation have participated in more than 30 concerts that took place in the cities of Mexico DF, Monterrey, Puebla, Hollywood and Los Angeles where the bands coming from of both neighboring countries were united on stage and are now reunited on this compiled CD.

"Mexico Suena a Los Angeles" mingles diverse music genres since all the bands are authentic in style. As a result, the tracks range from soft rock, brit pop, alternative pop, punk, ska, instrumental rock, celta to world music.


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Armando

Muy Buen Disco
Un genial disco, muy muy recomendable. En lo personal me agrado mucho Uztar, Superstelar y Austin.

Diana

Porfavor ayudenme a encontrar el disco de Uztar
Me encanta la cancion "Aqui Me doy" del grupo Uztar. Valió mucho la pena haber comprado el disco.Porfavor ayudenme a encontrar el album de Uztar. Cual es el titulo del disco?Gracias
Diana
dianaela@hotmail.com

luis


me agrado mucho el disco. Traten al grupo 100dan10 (www.100dan10.tk)

Cindy T.

female vocalist in "Las 15 Letras Tita"
Whose the female vocalist to "Las 15 Letras Tita"? Do you have any other songs from her? I really like her voice. Will you please let me know by sending an email to cydni.junk@juno.com? Thank you!