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This album is considered by many to be Calamaro's best. The year of its release was one of the worst for the Argentinean rock scene. The country was involved in a critical economic situation, with an inflation that reached nearly 200% monthly! The album title really meant it: "Nobody gets out alive from here!" With this situation, it doesn't seem strange that the musical releases were almost ignored. The commercial failure of this album led Calamaro to go overseas and create Los Rodriguez in Spain. Well acclaimed by the critics, the album showed a lyrical improvement that can be heard in songs like "Señal Que Te He Perdido" (which was included in Man Ray's debut album, produced by Calamaro a year before) and "Nuestro Vietnam." The ballads were mingled with some pop-rock songs, as they are in every Calamaro album, but he incorporated some Latin flavor into it. Songs like "No tengo tiempo" and the emotional "Adiós, amigos, adiós" are a good example of this. ~ Iván Adaime, Rovi


Né(e) : 22 août 1961 à Buenos Aires, Argentina

Genre : Alternative et rock latino

Années d’activité : '00s

Andres Calamaro is one of the most popular Argentinean pop/rock songwriters, and considers himself a song craftsman. Born in 1961, he began his professional musical career at the age of 17 playing keyboards in Raíces. In 1981 he joined one of the main bands of the '80s Argentinean rock scene: Los Abuelos de la Nada. Although the band was led by the brilliant Miguel Abuelo, Calamaro composed most of the group's hits, such as "Mil Horas," "Así Es el Calor," "Sin Gamulán," and "Costumbres Argentinas."...
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