Viva Satana! - Babasonicos - Dopadromo (CD, Album)

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  1. Meztimuro
    Paper sleeve version of the album. This band features a nice blend of psychedelia, 60's mellow vibes in their sound and mixes all this with modern electronica sounds. Includes the songs: "Viva Satana!", "Perfume Casino" and "Cybernecia".5/5(5).
  2. Yozshunris
    "¡Viva Satana!" refers to actress Tura Satana, famous because of her appearance in various sexploitation films of the 60's, most notably Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!. *"Gronchótica" samples the main theme from Shaw Brothers studios' "The drug addicts". "Safari vixen" starts with a sample from the theme from Mario Bava's film "Shock".Genre: Rock.
  3. Meztigis
    Recorded in , this Band features in their Sound a Nice Blend of Psychedelia, 60's Mellow Vibes and Mixes all this with Modern Electronica Sounds. Includes the Songs: "Viva Satana!", "Perfume Casino" and "Cybernecia".5/5(5).
  4. Nam
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Babasonicos - Dopadromo at Discogs. Complete your Babasonicos collection/5(21).
  5. Tygoshura
    Babasónicos is a rock music band from Lanús, Buenos Aires, Argentina, formed in Lead by singer Adrián Rodríguez a.k.a. "Adrián Dárgelos", the original line-up of the band had Diego Tuñón ("Uma-T") on keyboards, Diego Castellano ("Panza"), on drums, Adrián's brother Diego Rodríguez ("Diego Uma") on guitar and occasional vocals, Mariano Domínguez, ("Mariano Roger") on lead.
  6. Kazranos
    Complete your purchase of the CD album to save the MP3 version to your Music Library. Listen Now (Album Version) 5 Viva Satana 6 Perfume Casino 7 Calmatica (Album Version) 8 out of 5 stars Dopadromo, best of Babasonicos. Reviewed in 5/5(5).
  7. Dair
    ¡Viva Satana! Lyrics: Tura Satana / Anda buscando su sombrero allá / Allá en Las vegas / Tura montada en una lata de fuego / Deja estrobo de chispas por la carretera / Haré auto stop en un rancho.
  8. Basar
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Dopadromo - Babasónicos on AllMusic -
  9. Akinogar
    Calling this Acid - Stoner Rock would be very pretentious since only a few songs could be considered in those genres, this is a somewhat varied album, from the western inspired "Zumba", to the garage rocker "Viva Satana"(a song dedicated to the movie Faster Pussycat Kill Kill Kill) and the heavy (and personal favourite) "Su ciervo" a song about devil, god, sick love, and madness, this band.

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