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Los Crema Paraiso - De Pelicula (2015) Lossless

23-09-2015, 19:04
Music | Funk | Rock | Electronic | FLAC / APE

Los Crema Paraiso - De Pelicula (2015) Lossless

Artist: Los Crema Paraiso
Title Of Album: De Pelicula
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Cutupra
Genre: Electronic, Funk, Latin, Rock, World, Psychedelic
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 42:25 min
Total Size: 267 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


01. Intro (0:08)
02. Un Disip En Nueva York (3:49)
03. Currucha (feat. Andrea Echeverri) (2:38)
04. Bello E' bola (Mira La Luna) (3:13)
05. Varón Domado (feat. Rocco Tarpeyo) (2:31)
06. Personal Jesus (feat. Carol C) (4:35)
07. Más (5:35)
08. To Zing with Your Girlfriend (Paradise Cream) (4:41)
09. Everybody Wants to Rule the World (feat. Argenis Brito) (4:24)
10. La Luz Se Apaga (feat. Juan Rivas) (3:15)
11. Cucaracha En Baile De Gallinas (3:11)
12. Sleepwalk (3:57)

From the creators of Los Amigos Invisibles, one of the hottest Venezuelan funk-dance band that no one could stand to watch without moving their feet, and the New York based Si*Se, the sexy electronic sextet that took the world by assault in the early 2000’s, comes "De Película" a fresh new album by Los Crema Paraiso.
De Pelicula is an untranslatable term that implies that something is so good that it's worth putting in a movie. Is the kind of album that accomplishes an impossible task: it gives the term global a positive spin. A star studded line up joins Los Crema Paraíso in this exciting new record: Colombian legend Andrea Echeverrí from Los Aterciopelados, delivers unexpected vocals to the Venezuelan classic “Curruchá”; from Berlin, Señor Coconut's Argenis Brito croons a Latin version of the Tears for Fears' “Everybody Wants to Rule the World”; New Yorker- Dominican vocalist Carol C from Si Se pays an unforgettable tribute to Depeche Mode’s “Personal Jesus”, Spanish singer–songwriter Juan Rivas channels the mojo of Spain's 90's pop acts with “La Luz se Apaga”, and rookie rapper Rocco Tarpeyo recites “Varon Domado”, an uncensored homoerotic poem recited over an original Crema Paraíso track that guarantees an instant replay and a happy ending.

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