Thursday, February 7, 2008
CD Review: Arepa 3000 - Los Amigos Invisibles
UPDATE: Los Amigos Invisibles win their first Latin Grammy for new album "Commercial"
Los Amigos Invisibles - Arepa 3000: A Venezuelan Journey Into Space
South American Summer sounds don't come any fresher, funkier or funnier than this, the second album from Los Amigos Invisibles. The Invisible Friends started life playing pool parties for their pals and quickly learnt how to blend the sounds of early Santana, the Fania Allstars and 70s disco into an irresistible dance-floor phenomenon.
Their shows became famous for sexed-up songs, Latin-lover dance moves and sing-along choruses. By the time ex-Talking Heads David Byrne discovered them they had mastered the perfect pop hook and were applying it to a funked up mix of boogaloo, merengue and acid jazz that recognized no limits.
As they sing on Amor: "Love in any language will always mean the same".
2. Arepa 3000
3. La Vecina
4. Qué Rico
5. Cuchi Cuchi
6. Si Estuvieras Aquí
7. Masturbation Session
8. Mami Te Extraño
9. Mujer Policía
10. No Le Metas Mano
13. El Barro
14. Domingo Echao
15. Piazo E' Perra
16. El Baile Del Sobón
19. Llegaste Tarde
To download Los Amigos Invisibles MP3 tracks click here:
To buy the CD "The Venezuelan Zinga Son, Vol. 1" click here:
To buy the new CD "Commercial" click here:
Video: Los Amigos Invisibles - Mentiras
Video: Los Amigos Invisibles - Diablo
Video: Los Amigos Invisibles - Cuchi Cuchi
Video: Los Amigos Invisibles - Playa Azul
Video: Max and Jason have lunch with Los Amigos Invisibles
CD Review: Venezuelan Zinga Son Vol 1 - Amigos Invisibles