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La Luz Del Ritmo by Los Fabulosos Cadillacs

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La Luz Del Ritmo

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs

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Album

La Luz Del Ritmo

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs

Play on Napster
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Label: Nacional Records
Something always draws these aging Argentinean punks back together. You can hear the peculiar chemistry between men who have been playing together for a quarter of a century -- and not just in the shirt-ripping assault of the title track. It's a credit to Los Cadis that the best songs here aren't covers and do-overs (good as they are), but originals: "Nosotros Egoistas," in honor of their late percussionist, Toto Rotblat; "Hoy"; and "El Fin Del Amor." Ska-punk will always be the group's default setting, but marry it with strong melodies and real sentiment and the music transcends its genre.

About This Album

Something always draws these aging Argentinean punks back together. You can hear the peculiar chemistry between men who have been playing together for a quarter of a century -- and not just in the shirt-ripping assault of the title track. It's a credit to Los Cadis that the best songs here aren't covers and do-overs (good as they are), but originals: "Nosotros Egoistas," in honor of their late percussionist, Toto Rotblat; "Hoy"; and "El Fin Del Amor." Ska-punk will always be the group's default setting, but marry it with strong melodies and real sentiment and the music transcends its genre.

Songs

About This Album

Something always draws these aging Argentinean punks back together. You can hear the peculiar chemistry between men who have been playing together for a quarter of a century -- and not just in the shirt-ripping assault of the title track. It's a credit to Los Cadis that the best songs here aren't covers and do-overs (good as they are), but originals: "Nosotros Egoistas," in honor of their late percussionist, Toto Rotblat; "Hoy"; and "El Fin Del Amor." Ska-punk will always be the group's default setting, but marry it with strong melodies and real sentiment and the music transcends its genre.