La Radiolina
 : La Radiolina

by: Manu Chao

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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0689076849623
Feature: Nacional Records
Format: Enhanced
Item Dimensions: 4056224492
Label: Nacional Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Nacional Records
Model: 3374641
MPN: 3030351
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: September 04, 2007
Publisher: Nacional Records
Release Date: January 25, 2011
Running Time: 51 minutes
Studio: Nacional Records

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Disc 1:
  1. 13 Dias
  2. Tristeza Maleza
  3. Politik Kills
  4. Rainin in Paradize
  5. Bessoin de la Lune
  6. El Kitapena
  7. Me Llaman Calle
  8. A Cosa
  9. The Bleedin Clown
  10. Mundoreves
  11. El Hoyo
  12. La Vida Tombola
  13. Mala Fama
  14. Panik Panik
  15. Otro Mundo
  16. Piccola Radiolina
  17. Y Ahora Que?
  18. Mama Curchara
  19. Siberia
  20. Sone Otro Mundo
  21. Amalucada Vida
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Manu Chao is widely acknowledged as a pioneer of Latin alternative music, and was the leader of Mano Negra. This is his first studio release in the US since 2001's "Esperanza". He recently completed his most extensive North American tour to date, following a highly acclaimed co-headlining performance at this year's Coachella festival as well as the Bonnaroo and Sasquatch festivals.
Americans waited six years for a new studio album from one of the most exciting ambassadors of cosmopolitan party/protest music. Infusing rock fundamentals with elements of ska, reggae, punk, and Afro-pop since fronting Mano Negra ("Black Hand") in 1986, Chao's grown by continental leaps as a bandleader since then, as La Radiolina's mix of festival-rousing rock, defiant politics, and multilingual lyrics attests. Lead single "Rainin in Paradize" alone should propel Chao (née Oscar Tramor) into the kind of stateside fame he's long enjoyed in Europe and South America. Elsewhere, individual songs suggest direct antecedents--"Mundoreves," for example, recalls the Eagles' "Hotel California" with minimal subtlety--but Manu Chao is an unabashed citizen of the world, and to peg his music to specific forebears is in part to miss the point. Perhaps the most iconic of La Radiolina's songs, "The Bleedin Clown" portrays its protagonist's will to "make the children happy," but despite his sounding almost deflated by weary resignation, this sad character sketch still can't manage to drag the music away from its unrelenting, celebratory flavor. Rare is the artist who can rock a sad world so well. Chao is it. --Jason Kirk

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