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  • Performer: Destroyer
  • Title: Five Spanish Songs
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Country: UK & Europe
  • Record source: CD, EP
  • Released: 2013
  • Label: Dead Oceans
  • Cat#: DOC088
  • MP3 album: 1220 mb
  • FLAC album: 2725 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Destroyer - Five Spanish Songs Download

Tracklist

1Babieca
Congas [Sped-Up] – Josh WellsStrings [In Breakdown] – Stephen HammWritten-By – Antonio Luque
2Maria De Las Nieves
Written-By – Antonio Luque
3Del Monton
Written-By – Antonio Luque
4El Rito
Written-By – Antonio Luque
5Bye Bye
Written-By – Antonio Luque


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DOC088Destroyer Five Spanish Songs ‎(12", EP)Dead OceansDOC088UK & Europe2013
DOC088Destroyer Five Spanish Songs ‎(CD, MiniAlbum, Promo)Dead OceansDOC088UK & Europe2013
MRG498Destroyer Five Spanish Songs ‎(12", EP)Merge RecordsMRG498USA & Canada2013
MRG498Destroyer Five Spanish Songs ‎(CD, EP, Dig)Merge RecordsMRG498USA & Canada2013


Credits

  • Acoustic GuitarDaniel Bejar, David Carswell
  • Bass GuitarJohn Collins
  • DesignMaggie Fost
  • Drums [Fake]David Carswell, John Collins
  • Drums [Real]John Collins
  • Electric GuitarDavid Carswell, Nicolas Bragg
  • PercussionDavid Carswell, John Collins
  • Photography ByTed Bois
  • PianoDaniel Bejar, John Collins
  • ProducerDavid Carswell, John Collins
  • SynthDaniel Bejar, John Collins
  • VocalsDaniel Bejar


Notes

Recorded between June 12 and July 2, 2013.

Digipak.


Barcodes

  • Barcode (Printed): 6 56605 13882 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 656605138824
  • Label Code: LC 29265


Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dead Oceans, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Dead Oceans, Inc.
  • Licensed From – Merge Records


Album

Five Spanish Songs by Destroyer, released 29 November 2013 1. Maria de las nieves 2. Del monton 3. El rito 4. Babieca 5. Bye bye 6. Untitled congas. Dan Bejar started Destroyer as a solo home-recording project in the early to mid-nineties. Exploring and overturning genres such as glam, MIDI, yacht rock, & even underground Spanish independent artists, Bejar was proclaimed Rocks Exiled King by The Fader. Jul 01. Stream Five Spanish Songs, a playlist by Destroyer from desktop or your mobile device. Album release date: 25 November - Five Spanish Songs 2013. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Indie Pop. Songs in album Destroyer - Five Spanish Songs 2013. Destroyer - Maria De Las Nieves. Destroyer - Del Monton. Destroyer - El Rito. Destroyer - Babieca. Destroyer - Bye Bye. Five Spanish Songs is a Spanish language EP by Canadian indie rock band Destroyer. It was released on November 26, 2013 via Merge Records and on December 2, 2013 via Dead Oceans in Europe. The album was streamed via Hype Machine on November 22, 2013. The EP consists of five songs entirely sung in Spanish. The songs were originally written by Spanish musician Antonio Luque and performed by his band, Sr. The EP also features contributions from fellow musicians Nicolas Bragg, Stephen Hamm, Josh. Album 2013 6 Songs. Destroyers Dan Bejar mines his Spanish heritage by singing the songs of Antonio Luque, frontman for the Spanish alt-goth rock band Sr. This gives Bejar the chance to interpret and record songs while staying one step removed from the process. Not having written the songs and having heard them performed by others gives Bejar a comfortable perspective as to what he can do to the material. For listeners who don't know the language, a few human musical truths still come forth. Five Spanish Songs. Released 2013. Five Spanish Songs free to Destroyer Five Spanish Songs Maria de las nieves, Del monton and more. 5 tracks 19:32. Five Spanish Songs is just that, though theres a more altruistic impetus to this endeavor than that throwaway title would suggest. Traditionally, when Anglo pop acts opt to record in another language, the motivation is usually opportunistic, a calculated attempt to engender goodwill-and, it follows, sell more records-in overseas countries. Five Spanish Songs is, likewise, a means to promote an underappreciated artist in an untapped market, but that artist isnt Bejar: more than try to make Destroyer a star in Spain, the EP serves as a North American introduction to Seville songwriter Antonio Luque, a prolific Gainsbourgian cult-hero whose long-running band Sr


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