Sunday, June 14, 2009

Flema - Caretofobia II

Flema was an Argentine punk rock band, one of the most important and influential in the country, that managed to find a unique style among other punk bands. The last configuration of the band was: Ricardo Espinosa (Vocals and Guitar), Fernando Rossi (Bass), Luis Garibaldo (Guitar), and Pepe Carvallo (Drums). Their songs usually deal with loneliness, alcohol and drugs, friends, women, politics, and complaints about the tough things in life. Their songs have titles like "borrachos en la esquina" (drunken on the corner), "Semen de buey" (bullock semen), "Blanco cristal" (White crystal, a reference to cocaine). The band leader, Ricardo Espinosa (also known as 'Ricky') was a very controversial and beloved figure, and the core and spirit of Flema. Always drunk, always on coke, always in trouble, often the band could not play on a scheduled date because Ricky and other band members were detained at a local police station.
You Must Listen This Band.

01. Intro
02. La Manija
03. Hoy Yo Puedo Volar
04. Hoy Me Siento Mal
05. Demasiado Nada
06. Te Querré
07. Vigilante
08. Síndrome 2000
09. Mandibuleás
10. Viejo Y Cansado
11. CH. (Amigos)
12. Él Es La Autoridad
13. Me Hundo Un Poco Más
14. No Quiero Ir A La Guerra
15. Bajar
16. Conclusión



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