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Los Nikis - El Imperio Contraataca flac album

Los Nikis - El Imperio Contraataca flac album
Title:
El Imperio Contraataca
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Style:
Punk, Pop Rock
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FLAC album size:
1719 mb
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Rating:
4.9 ✪

Complete your Los Nikis collection. The first nation-broad hit by 'The Ramones of Algete', in february of 1986 this funny song reached number 1 of the spanish top40 (Los 40 Principales). It was surprising, because Los Nikis were a hobby band: they didn't want to became professional musicians and make a long career; they rarely played live and, after this big hit, they went on with this idea, and just published a couple of records (3 LPs in 13 years). This single was released in autumn of 1985, in advance of their first LP, published in 1986.

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El Imperio Contraataca by Los Nikis with guitar chords and tabs.

The song 'El Imperio Contraataca' by Los Nikis has a tempo of 133 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Marines a pleno sol'. Video El imperio contraataca. Marines a pleno sol. 1985. 1. El imperio contraataca. Las redes de Kirchoff. Submarines a pleno sol. Tina tiene que espabilar.

Lyrics for El imperio contraataca by Los Nikis. Hace mucho tiepo que se acabo pero es que hay cosas que nunca se olvidan por mucho tiempo que pase 1582 el sol no se ponia en nuestro imperio me gusta mucho esa frase Con los Austrias y con los Borbones Perdimos nuestras posesiones esto tiene que cambiar nuestros nietos se merecen que la historia se repita varias veces.

El Imperio Contraataca. 3 Cipreses 1986. Contributed by Bakh (778. ) Report wrong information or missing video.

Tracklist

A El Imperio Contraataca 3:40
B Navidades En Siberia 2:34

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Doublewtronics
  • Distributed By – DRO, S.L.
  • Manufactured By – Iberofon, S.A.
  • Printed By – Offset ALG, S.A.

Credits

  • Artwork – David Perez Medina
  • Engineer – Guillermo Peral
  • Performer – Arturo*, Emilo*, Joaquín*, Johnny*
  • Photography By – Rafael Alvarez
  • Producer – Guillermo Peral, Los Nikis
  • Written-By – Los Nikis

Notes

Grabado en los estudios Doublewtronics en Septiembre y Octubre de 1985
Edita y distribuye: D.R.O.
Direct Metal Mastering

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A - Handwritten): 1C - 136 - A - 1N3 - DM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B - Handwritten): 1C - 136 - B - 1N3 - DM
  • Rights Society: S.G.A.E.
  • Depósito Legal: M-34970-85

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1C-136 Los Nikis El Imperio Contraataca / Navidades En Siberia ‎(7", Promo) 3 Cipreses 1C-136 Spain 1985


Reviews:
  • Kazijora
The first nation-broad hit by 'The Ramones of Algete', in february of 1986 this funny song reached number 1 of the spanish top40 (Los 40 Principales). It was surprising, because Los Nikis were a hobby band: they didn't want to became professional musicians and make a long career; they rarely played live and, after this big hit, they went on with this idea, and just published a couple of records (3 LPs in 13 years).This single was released in autumn of 1985, in advance of their first LP, published in 1986. The title of the song is an spanish translation of 'The Emperor strikes back', from the Star Wars saga. Lyrics talk about an hypothetical renaissance of the ancient spanish power ('the sun never goes down in spanish empire', as told in Modern Age), and all the american symbols are replaced by spanish topics (eg. McDonalds vs. spanish tortilla). There was a big controversy about this song, because some people found it conservative and nationalist, although this group had never talked about politics. Anyway, it became an enormous success and nearly everybody in his 30s-40s can still sing you all the song, jumping at the same time.