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Vida De Perros

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Ven Aquí
3:37  
02
Nada Más De Mi
3:13  
03
Llueve Sobre La Ciudad
3:56  
04
3:05  
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Maribel
4:07  
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Ahora Que No Estás
5:51  
07
Miéntele
3:58  
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Nada Es Igual
3:56  
09
Te Vistes Y Te Vas
3:29  
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Vida De Perros
3:35  
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Hoy
3:37  
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 42:24

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Amelia Raitt is a former writer for the television program Mr. Belvedere and has been writing about pop music of all colors and stripes for eMusic since 2005. S...more »

04.22.11
Good luck catching your breath!
Label: Nacional Records

The United States has the New Pornographers, but Chile has El Pornographers Nuevo — or Los Bunkers, as they prefer to be called. Los Bunkers are an excellent twice-sibling'd quintet with lyrics en español and music in power-pop. Brothers/guitarists Mauricio and Francisco Duran liberally employ the chunky riffs of everyone from Weezer to Thin Lizzy to Matthew Sweet to Big Star to Superdrag in search of the big fuzz in the sky, and on several… read more »

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Great Spanish Rock

larrycompton

Los Bunkers are one of the best Spanish rock bands. There sound reminds me of the 60's sound, but updated to present day. There are no bad tracks on the entire album. After hearing this album I found there older albums and purchased them. Too bad they aren't on eMusic.

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Britpop from, errr, Chile

TheFox

I'm reading about comparisons with the New Pornographers but I can't say that I hear it. Los Bunkers seem to breaking less new ground, and remind me more on the end of the Britpop movement a few years ago, and of it's current mini-revival here in the UK. But they have got a very solid sound, and the album survived on my mp3 player for a long time (and I can only fit 5 albums on there, so it's a dog eat dog world - only Help by the Beatles lasted longer). The thing is that there are lots of very catchy songs that you can listen to over and over again. I'm gonna knock one star off though, because after a while the bitterness in the lyrics start to get to you. It's certainly more of an album for breaking up than for making up.

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Good Latinamerican Stuff

Boiler

Directly in line with some groups like Spoon, Zurdok Movemento, and smilars but with an evident "bonoarense" taste. It is not an outrageous group but still is a good piece of simple an direct rock.