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The international smash "Fuego" showed what Colombia’s Bomba Estéreo were all about: freewheeling rhythm—drawing from reggae and Latin funk—with stylish production and the fiery vocals of Liliana Saumet. Leader Simón Mejía is a studio wizard who blends programmed grooves with live percussion and guitars; he conjures everything from an African juju beat on "La Boquilla" to Eno-like synthscapes on "Palenke." Saumet is magnetic throughout, whether she's fast and sassy on "La Niña Rica" or soft and seductive on "Feelin'."

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Mejor en vivo.. pero aun genial!!!!



Pure awesome

Love this band


Formed: 2005 in Barranquilla, Colombia

Genre: Latin Alternative & Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Bomba Estereo is a Colombian group based in Bogota that weds tropical, cumbia, vallenato, and champeta rhythms to electro, reggae, and pop in a unique form of dance music. The group was formed by Bogotá native Simón Mejía out of his A.M. 770 project, a recording outfit that utilized salsa, cumbia, electro beats, and dance music. He renamed the group Bomba Estereo in 2005. The group's debut album, Vol. 1, appeared in 2006 as a solo record, with contributions from several musicians and singers including...
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