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Toreros After Olé - Grabaciones RNE 1984 flac album
Title:
Grabaciones RNE 1984
Performer:
Toreros After Olé
Style:
Hardcore, Punk
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FLAC album size:
1754 mb
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Rating:
4.3 ✪

In 1984 Toreros After Olé recorded at Radio Nacional de España these eight songs, which remained unissued until 2011. The band was invited by Carlos Tena to his radio show and after being interviewed, the band recorded at the radio's studios eight tracks, three of them ("(Intro) España Cañí", "Hazles Reir" and "El Rey de la Noche") never released in any form. Now we can not just enjoy these powerful eight songs, but also have a hint of how Toreros After Olé had sounded live. Reply Notify me Helpful.

Listen to music from Toreros After Ole like Ratas, Ego & more. Grabaciones RNE 1984.

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1984-1992, 2007 - today. Pablo Carbonell (cantante) Many Moure (bajo) Guillermo Piccolini (teclista). Los Toreros Muertos is a musical group of the new wave/power pop/punk movement on the Spanish-speaking music scene known as La Movida Madrileña. The Spanish singer and humorist Pablo Carbonell with Many Moure and Guillermo Piccolini formed this group in 1985. Their career spanned seven years to its dissolution in 1992. In 1989, they released their third album, Mundo Caracol. In 1992, they released a greatest hits compilation, Cantan en Español, produced by Piccollini. It included Los Toreros Muertos, Mi Agüita Amarilla, Yo no me llamo Javier, Soy un Animal, and 1789.

Tracklist

(Intro) España Cañí
Chicos De La Calle
Ratas
Hazles Reír
Asesinos
Porompompero
Corre Corre
El Rey De La Noche

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RK-019, RR-56 Toreros After Olé Grabaciones RNE 1984 ‎(12") Radikal 1977 Records, Rumble Records RK-019, RR-56 Spain 2011
RK-019, RR-56 Toreros After Olé Grabaciones RNE 1984 ‎(12", Red) Radikal 1977 Records, Rumble Records RK-019, RR-56 Spain 2011


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In 1984 Toreros After Olé recorded at Radio Nacional de España these eight songs, which remained unissued until 2011. The band was invited by Carlos Tena to his radio show and after being interviewed, the band recorded at the radio's studios eight tracks, three of them ("(Intro) España Cañí", "Hazles Reir" and "El Rey de la Noche") never released in any form. Now we can not just enjoy these powerful eight songs, but also have a hint of how Toreros After Olé had sounded live.