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Album Review

Money Pa' Que features more up-tempo, party-oriented tunes by the Panamanian trio. Los Rabanes have described themselves as a "fusion" band, which seems appropriate considering how they seamlessly blend different styles of music. For example, they mix ska, salsa, and mainstream pop/rock in the opening number, "Money," to create a sound that's infectious although perhaps too glossy and slick. Nonetheless, they perform with a lot of enthusiasm; the slower ballad "Tus Caprichos" seems somewhat generic, but their style is well suited to rhythmic numbers with fast-paced vocals, shouted choruses, and horns or crunchy hard rock guitars blaring over accordions. "Love in New Orleans" adds some appealing N'Orleans-style trumpet, and the nine-minute "Thank Yous" demonstrates that the band is still willing to experiment with its style. The CD includes three different versions of "Everybody," including a thrash mix and a Pablo Flores edit, and a remastered version of their "Señorita a Mi Me Gusta Su Style" single, a song that was featured on their previous album, Rabanes.


Genre: Latino

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Latin rock band from Panama los Rabanes was formed in 1992 after Rum and Coke and El Décimo Piso disbanded. In 1994, the threesome was playing throughout the country, getting recognition as one of the major local rock numbers. That same year, los Rabanes recorded ¿Por Qué Te Fuiste Benito?, released by Kiwi Records, and the video for its main title was rotated by MTV Latino. In 1995, the band started touring Latin America, playing along with prominent rock en Español groups such as Todos Tus Muertos...
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Money pa' Que, Rabanes
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  • €6.99
  • Genres: Latino, Music, Vocal
  • Released: 07 May 2002

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