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Bienvenidos A La Época Iconoclasta

Los Delinqüentes

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Los Delinqüentes carried on for a bit longer after co-founding bandmember Miguel A. Benítez died tragically on July 6, 2004. Reduced to the core duo of Marcos del Ojo and Diego Pozo, they completed their third album, El Verde Rebelde Vuelve (2005), with the help of all-star guests Bebe, Kiko Veneno, and Diego Carrasco, and Raimundo Amador. Then they released the greatest-hits compilation Recuerdos Garrapateros de la Flama y el Carril (2006), which included a bit of new material. Other than some guest features on the albums of others, however, Los Delinqüentes took a few years off and left some fans wondering if the band would ever regroup and release another album of new material. So it was with great fanfare that Los Delinqüentes returned at last with Bienvenidos a la Época Iconoclasta, their first album of all-new material in four years. Like its predecessor, Bienvenidos a la Época Iconoclasta finds a number of guests teaming up with the duo, most notably Latin pop superstar Julieta Venegas, who lends her vocals to "¿Quién Es Más Poderoso el Aire o el Fuego?," one of the album's several highlights. It's one of many upbeat songs on Bienvenidos a la Época Iconoclasta, an often irreverent and freewheeling album that's simply a lot of fun. Sometimes tagged as a flamenco fusion band, Los Delinqüentes switch styles at a dizzying pace on the album, which defies easy stylistic categorization as it bounces around from rock, pop, and folk to flamenco, rhumba, and reggae. In addition to the Venegas collaboration, "El Increíble Gorrión Mojado," one of the album's more straightforward flamenco fusion numbers, is another highlight, as is "Dame una Pista." While Bienvenidos a la Época Iconoclasta isn't going to overshadow the towering legacy of the band's pair of albums with Benítez, the classics El Sentimiento Garrapatero Que Nos Traen las Flores (2001) and Arquitectura del Aire en la Calle (2003), it's a welcome return for Los Delinqüentes that finds them in fine form and in a positive frame of mind. Longtime fans should rejoice.

Biographies

Formé(s) : 1998 à Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz, Spai

Genre : Latino

Années d'activité : '00s

Spanish flamenco fusion group Los Delinqüentes made their album debut in 2001 and later overcame the death of a founding bandmember. The comeback album Bienvenidos a la Época Iconoclasta (2009) was their most popular to date, nearly topping the Spanish charts. Founded in 1998 in Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz, Spain, the group was originally a duo comprised of teenagers Miguel Ángel Benítez (aka El Migué; vocals, guitar; born on June 20, 1983) and Marcos del Ojo (aka El Canijo; vocals, guitar; born...
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  • Genres: Musiques du monde, Musique
  • Sortie : 12 mai 2009

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