Voom voom va hell la

by MUTANTES MELANCÓLICOS

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A REVOLT THAT STRIKES UNTIL IT MELTS
IN AN UNDERLYING DRUNKEN FORCE

Visceral howling. Guitars that knit impenetrable waves of distortion and feedback. Electronic beats through faulty wiring. Tribal cadence, hypnotic and primitive. Structures that tumble down. A chaotic album that can´t be matched. Spontaneous, a breakthrough. The critics found Mutantes Melancólicos´ first production as electric and stripped down as Big Black; in between their drum machines and their guitar noise. Others said that the first song sounded like a free version of “Estallando en el océano” by the Argentinean band Sumo. Even though, Madrid affirms that back in those days he couldn´t give up listening neither to The Birthday Party nor to Einstürzende Neubauten.
The apocalyptical concerns that arise from this bunch of songs are beautifully shown on the cover images. The disinfection professional that provided the toxic gas protection mask that Madrid wears on the album cover was astonished when this young guy in a suit and tie borrowed his equipment for a photo session.

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released December 14, 2011

Composed, played, produced and recorded by Gustavo Madrid between June and July 1993 at El Quinto with the support of Leo Kaplan, Martín Pavone, Christian Zerba, R. Con and Marcelo Almejún; the CD version offers 2 extra tracks not available on the original cassette tape.

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Gustavo Madrid Buenos Aires, Argentina

On his lyrics he doesn´t want to tell stories; he leaves that to a short story or to a novel.. For his songs, he prefers sentences that act like lashes, images, ideas; that are musical, without a complete or obvious sense and, if it´s possible, the ones that can awaken questions to be left unanswered. ... more

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