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Cafe Tacuba - Cuatro Caminos (Interview Disc)

Cafe Tacuba - Cuatro Caminos (Interview Disc)
Title:
Cuatro Caminos (Interview Disc)
Performer:
Cafe Tacuba
Released:
2003
MP3 album size:
2316 mb
FLAC album size:
2873 mb
Genre:
Label:
MCA Records, Music Corporation of America

Tracklist


1 Interview & track by track (English version)
2Tracks 1 - 26


Notes


No Cat # or country of manufacture stated on inserts or disc.


Album


Cuatro Caminos English: Four Roads is the fifth album by Mexican rock band Café Tacuba, released in 2003. Cuatro Caminos was produced by Gustavo Santaolalla, Dave Fridmann The Flaming Lips, Weezer and Andrew Weiss Ween. The title Cuatro Caminos references the name of a major road intersection and metro station in Mexico City. The album is marked by wordplay, as in the song titles Hoy Es sounds like Oyes, meaning You're Listening, Soy o Estoy, and Hola Adiós sounds like Hola a Dios. Furthermore, despite an obnoxious blurb from a music magazine pasted on the outside of the disc, Cuatro Caminos is not the Rock en Español Kid A. Kid A isn't this good. On Café Tacuba's fifth full-length album, and first for UniversalMCA, the group characteristically pulls out all the stops and makes some of the most anarchic, loopy, and delightfully accessible music in its 14-year history. When their eponymous debut saw release in 1992, there was certainly an overwhelming supposition that Café Tacuba was destined for greatness, but by 1999's double-disc RevesYosoy, it was incontestably clear that this band deserved accolades of the highest order. Their latest, Cuatro Caminos, is one of the best albums. That sentence was not missing a clause or specification. There are two startling Indian-influenced breaks on the album both of which, yes, employ tape loops and backwards guitars. The first is the chorus to Camino y Vereda the second is the Irish-Indian folksong Hola Adiós the name is a clear allusion to Hello Goodbye. Cuatro Caminos. Indie Rock. Band Name Café Tacuba. Album Name Cuatro Caminos. Type Album. Released date 01 July 2003. Labels MCA Records. Music StyleIndie Rock. Members owning this album1. Cero y Uno. Listen free to Café Tacuba Cuatro Caminos. The band has once again worked with award-winning Argentine music producer Gustavo Santaolalla. Four singles spawned off the album- Volver a Comenzar, Esta Vez, Vámonos, and Quiero Ver. The full album leaked onto the internet on October 6, 2007. Café Tacvba. Released July 1, 2003. Cuatro Caminos Tracklist. Cero y Uno Lyrics. Cuatro Caminos Q&A. Café Tacuba Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Product description. Cafe tacuba cuatro caminos. Cafe Tacuba come straight out of Mexico City with a spicy blend of rock en Espanol, with Jamaican skareggae and African-American hip-hop sonic seasonings. And unlike their counterparts, they've managed to keep the critics, record companies, and their fans happy. This CD, which translates as Four Ways, is their first full release since 1999. See how this album was rated and reviewed by the users of . User Score 28. Cuatro Caminos album. For the Mexico City Metro station, see Metro Cuatro Caminos. For the Madrid Metro station, see Cuatro Caminos Madrid Metro. Cuatro Caminos literally: Four Roads, the name of a major road intersection and metro station in Mexico City and Madrid is the fifth album by Café Tacuba, released in 2003. 1 Track listing