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Traidores - La Lluvia Ha Vuelto A Caer album

Traidores - La Lluvia Ha Vuelto A Caer album Performer: Traidores
Title: La Lluvia Ha Vuelto A Caer
Date of release: 1991
Country: Uruguay
Size MP3: 1943 mb
Size FLAC: 1977 mb
Rating: 4.8

This album has an average beat per minute of 162 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 96/188 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist La lluvia ha vuelto a caer. BPM Profile La lluvia ha vuelto a caer. Album starts at 177BPM, ends at BPM (-177), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Traidores. En cualquier parte del mundo.

From there Los Traidores continued playing live and recorded their first album, titled Montevideo Agoniza" (Montevideo in Agony) (Orfeo), 1986). The LP did not reflect the theme of its title, even though the record was considered too "heavy" for a first album for its existentialist themes. The event was recorded as a live album titled La Lluvia Ha Huelto A Caer. In this occasion, they performed as a quartet with Nattero on guitar, Casanova on vocals, Marcelo Oliveira on drums, and a new bass guitar player: Daniel Bonilla. In 1994 the group made a surprise appearance on the television show Control Remoto to announce that they were working on a new studio album called Radio Babilonia. For this record Daniel Jacques played bass and Andrés Arrillaga played drums. In August 1995 Radio Babilonia was released to the public.

La lluvia ha vuelto a caer.

A year later, Los Traidores recorded their debut album, called Montevideo Agoniza, and soon joined Montevideo Rock festival, playing along with Sumo and Fito Paez, among other Latin rock artists. After keyboardist Ciao Martínez joined in 1987, En Cualquier Parte Del Mundo was recorded, followed by a self-titled album in 1988, and La Lluvia Ha Vuelto A Caer in 1992. When Daniel Jacques and Andrés Arrillaga became the new bassist and drummer, respectively, the band went back to the recording sessions, making Radio Babilonia, released by Monitor in 1995.

Artist: Los Traidores. Album: Montevideo agoniza. Translations: English. La lluvia cae sobre Montevideo. y no habrá nada especial. un reflejo de la gente. en la misma condición.

La Lluvia Cae Sobre Montevideo. This song is by Los Traidores and appears on the album Montevideo Agoniza (1986). La lluvia cae sobre Montevideo, hoy como ayerY no habrá nada especialLa gente que va caminando, hoy como ayerTodo el libreto es igual. Las palabras en la misma situaciónUn lugar y su gente en la misma dirección. La lluvia cae sobre Montevideo, hoy como ayerSolo será un día másLas horas que van pasando, hoy como ayerTerminan conmigo y con los demás.

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La Muerte Elegante
Solo Fotografías
La Profunda Medianoche
Tango (La Claridad)
Flores En Mi Tumba
Historia De La Calle
Bailando En La Oscuridad
La Lluvia Cae Sobre Montevideo
Hojas En Blanco
Viviana Es Una Reaccionaria
Viviendo En Uruguay
Juegos De Poder
Montevideo Agoniza


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
91154-1 Traidores* La Lluvia Ha Vuelto A Caer ‎(LP, Album) Orfeo 91154-1 Uruguay 1991
91154-4 Traidores* La Lluvia Ha Vuelto A Caer ‎(Cass, Album) Orfeo 91154-4 Uruguay 1991