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Fangoria - Una Temporada En El Infierno FLAC album


Performer: Fangoria
Genre: Electronic
Title: Una Temporada En El Infierno
Country: Spain
Released: 1999
Style: Downtempo
FLAC version ZIP size: 1193 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1343 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1988 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 221
Other Formats: MOD AC3 RA APE DMF VQF MP1

Complete your Fangoria collection. This was kind of problematic for them: their previous group, Alaska y Dinarama, is still one of the most popular groups in this country, being played at every bar, tv show or wedding. But then a producer called Carlos Jean, which had a breakthrough with the (arguably) very first trip hop album in Spain (Najwajean - No Blood) joined them and gave them the push they needed in their sound. Una temporada en el infierno".

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Fangoria – Una Temporada en el Infierno. werobon Jan 15th, 2013 240 Never.

Todo Lo Que Amo Debe De Morir. This song is by Fangoria and appears on the album Una Temporada En El Infierno (1999). Todo lo que amo debe de morirY no es nada extraño viniendo de m. odo lo que odio me hace sonreír,Se parece tanto a eso que yo fui. Y por mucho que he intentado cambiar,La pereza puede má. s tan cómodo llorar y culparA la mala suerte, a la fatalidad. No soy yo, son los demás.

Tracklist

1 Cierra Los Ojos 2:57
2 Me Odio Cuando Miento 4:48
3 No Será 3:42
4 Contradicción 2:17
5 Electricistas 4:08
6 Cenizas De Sangre 3:35
7 El Glamour De La Locura 3:44
8 Acusada, Juzgada Y Condenada 3:27
9 Todo Lo Que Amo Debe De Morir 3:35
10 Voy A Perder El Miedo 4:43
11 A Tu Lado 3:26
12 Abre Los Ojos 5:22

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Subterfuge Records
  • Copyright (c) – Pizza Pop
  • Recorded At – Estudio Jean
  • Mastered At – Estudios Sintonia

Credits

  • Design [Diseño Gráfico] – Javier Aramburu
  • Guitar – Chris Khoo
  • Mastered By – Benny Gil*
  • Photography By – Jerónimo Álvarez
  • Producer – Fangoria
  • Producer, Programmed By, Keyboards, Djembe, Guitar, Vocals – Carlos Jean
  • Scratches – Abel "The Kid"*
  • Vocals – Rafa Spunky*

Notes

3-panel fold-out booklet with lyrics.

Track 12 is a cover of Marshall Jefferson's "Open Our Eyes".

(P) Subterfuge Records
(C) Pizza Pop [Ref. 21.173]
BPM:
Track 1 90 BPM
Track 2 120 BPM
Track 3 125 BPM
Track 4 90 BPM
Track 5 127 BPM
Track 6 85 BPM
Track 7 113 BPM
Track 8 125 BPM
Track 9 125 BPM
Track 10 109 BPM
Track 11 120 BPM
Track 12 120 BPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 436003 391739

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
prom 127 Fangoria Una Temporada En El Infierno ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Subterfuge Records prom 127 Spain 1999
21762 Fangoria Una Temporada En El Infierno ‎(CD, Album, RE) Subterfuge Records 21762 Spain 2010
21.408CD Fangoria Una Temporada En El Infierno ‎(CD, Album, RE) Subterfuge Records 21.408CD Spain 2006
21652CD, 783.0007.023 Fangoria Una Temporada En El Infierno ‎(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + Tri) Subterfuge Records, PIAS Spain 21652CD, 783.0007.023 Spain 2008
210141SUB Fangoria Una Temporada En El Infierno ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Tra) Subterfuge Records 210141SUB Spain 2015

Ieregr
Fangoria, the last group where Nacho Canut and Alaska (Olvido Gara) are working, began their 90s productions with great reviews, but their popularity was not that high. This was kind of problematic for them: their previous group, Alaska y Dinarama, is still one of the most popular groups in this country, being played at every bar, tv show or wedding. But then a producer called Carlos Jean, which had a breakthrough with the (arguably) very first trip hop album in Spain (Najwajean - No Blood) joined them and gave them the push they needed in their sound. "Una temporada en el infierno" isn't very far from their previous works, but is much more elegant and maybe it is still the best produced of their albums. The Luis Prosper songs also help: "Electricistas", a perfect wedding between different styles with a sweet bittersweet chorus, and "Me odio cuando miento" are still among the best songs of their career. But maybe what I like most of this album is that it's the variety in styles, catching all the electronic trends in the late 90s. Beautiful dance pop in "Me odio cuando miento", trip hop in "Cierra los ojos", trance-pop in "No Será", shoegazed drum n bass in "Cenizas de Sangre", gentle breakbeat in "A tu lado"... Maybe if you put this in context, one realizes that this album owes a lot to Madonna's "Ray of Light", but to me Fangoria's lyrics sound more personal, more truthful, more sincere. Yes, even when Alaska sings out of tune more than often, I really like this album.