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|1.||"Donde Estas Maria?" (3:57)|
|2.||"Canto Me Levanto (Pesadumbre)" (4:40)|
|3.||"Yo Soy Tu Padre, Yo Te Fabrique" (5:21)|
|4.||"Entra El Ritmo Antillano" (4:48)|
|1.||"Cumbia, Eres La Cumbia" (5:15)|
|2.||"Como Estoy En Los Sesenta" (4:29)|
|3.||"Estare Alegre, No Estare Triste" (3:51)|
|4.||"El No Esta Muerto" (4:34)|
Over the course of six inspired albums, the Meridian Brothers have carved out their own unique niche, somewhere between South American pscyh-folk, Brazilian Tropicana, lo-fi electronica and acid-fired early morning psychedelia. The Colombian band is at it again on this seventh full-length. While there are a few notable instrumental additions to their intoxicating sound soup - plucked and bowed cello motifs make an appearance for the first time, for example - for the most part the set is a kaleidoscopic, hard-to-pigeonhole romp in their usual superb style. Even so, the addition of strings is a bit of a step forward, adding another fine musical element to twist and bend to their will. That it works so well is not a surprise; after all, these guys haven't put a foot wrong over the course of their career.
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