Caifanes - El Silencio album flac
- Album: El Silencio
- FLAC: 1573 mb | MP3: 1571 mb
- Released: 1992
- Style: Alternative Rock
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 216
- Format: XM AHX RA VOX AUD VOC WMA
|5||Nos Vamos Juntos||5:08|
|6||No Dejes Que...||4:40|
|8||Debajo De Tu Piel||3:31|
|10||Miércoles De Ceniza||4:53|
|12||Para Que No Digas Que No Pienso En Ti||3:56|
|13||Vamos A Hacer Un Silencio||5:16|
- Manufactured By – BMG Music, New York
- Distributed By – BMG Music, New York
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bertelsmann De Mexico, S.A. De C.V.
- Copyright (c) – Bertelsmann De Mexico, S.A. De C.V.
- Glass Mastered At – Sonopress USA – 52760-01
- Drums, Percussion – Alfonso André
- Electric Bass, Acoustic Guitar – Sabo Romo
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Requinto Guitar [Requinto Jarocho] – Alejandro Marcovich
- Keyboards, Saxophone, Percussion, Jarana – Diego Herrera
- Producer – Adrian Belew
- Vocals, Guitar – Saúl Hernández
NotesVery similar to Caifanes - El Silencio but this has a glass-master by Sonopress USA
(C)(P) 1992 Bertelsmann de Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
According to Sonopress USA profile, this particular release Glass Mastered in 1995.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 7863-53381-2 6
- Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS USA 33812RL + + 52760-01
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L027
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 1018
|CDL-1091||Caifanes||El Silencio (CD, Album)||RCA, BMG||CDL-1091||Mexico||1992|
|74321 10438 2 (9A)||Caifanes||El Silencio (CD, Album)||RCA, BMG Ariola||74321 10438 2 (9A)||Spain||1992|
|887254534020||Caifanes||El Silencio (CD, Album, RE, Dig)||Sony Music||887254534020||Mexico||2012|
|01056105127||Caifanes||El Silencio (LP, Album, RP)||RCA||01056105127||Colombia||1993|
|3381-2-RL||Caifanes||El Silencio (CD, Album)||RCA, BMG||3381-2-RL||US||1992|
Album · 1992 · 14 Songs.
Hoy les dejo este tema de 1992 del grupo mexicano de su album "El Silencio", en su re-edición 2017 en Picture Disc, incluído en el Vinyl Box-set del añ. .
El silencio (The Silence) is the third studio album by Mexican rock band Caifanes, released on May 29, 1992. It was produced by Adrian Belew. This is the last Caifanes album to feature bassist Sabo Romo and ist Diego Herrera. All tracks written by Saúl Hernández, except where noted. Saúl Hernández - vocals, electric guitar. Sabo Romo - electric bass, acoustic guitar. Diego Herrera - keyboards, saxophone, percussion, jarana. Alfonso André - drums, percussion.
El silencio Tracklist. 1. Metamorféame Lyrics.
Album Name El Silencio. Labels Sony Music RCA Records. Music StyleIndie Rock. Members owning this album0. 10. Miércoles de Ceniza. 12. Para Que No Digas Que No Pienso en Ti. 13. Vamos A Hacer un Silencio. Other productions from Caifanes. Nos Vamos Juntos: Un Tributo A Las Canciones De Caifanes Y Jaguares.
referencing El Silencio, LP, Album, Pic, 889853484515. This is a picture disc and while it looks simply amazing, the music quality is sacrificed. it has a very distant and weak sound. The record is also missing classics like "Miercoles de Ceniza" and "El comunicador". Despite this, it is still a good piece for any Caifanes fan. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 26 For Sale from €.
Features Song Lyrics for Caifanes's El Silencio album. Vamos A Hacer Un Silencio Lyrics. Caifanes Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?
El Silencio is an album with hard rock songs like Nos Vamos Juntos and No Dejes Que; fun songs like Nubes y Para Que No Digas Que No Pienso en Ti; mysterious songs like Miercoles de Cenizas and songs, like Vamos a Hacer un Silencio, full of spirituality. This last song is one of the best in Caifanes' career and highly recommended because it perfectly captures the poetry, philosophy and musical talent behind this great band. El Silencio is probably the highest point in the life of this band. You will enjoy this album even if your Spanish is not very fluent.
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Having Adrian Belew produce a Caifanes album must have seemed like a great idea, since the Mexican band had a musical attack as accomplished and eclectic as Belew's own work. Unfortunately, the pairing just doesn't strike sparks here. Belew's influence shows up throughout the album, which has more jittery rhythms and odd dissonances than other albums by the band. This works fine on a few cuts, such as the lively "Nubes," but over the course of the album it is a distraction. That sense of musical clutter may also be due to the attempted expansion of the band - Caifanes picked up two new members on this. El Silencio is worth having for the half of the CD when things come together, but it is not the best from Caifanes.