Disografia Completa Kapanga (1998 âÂ 2009): A Review of the Argentine Rock Band's Albums
Kapanga is an Argentine rock band that has been active since 1990. The band is known for its eclectic style, mixing rock, ska, reggae, cumbia, and humor. Kapanga has released 11 studio albums, four live albums, and two compilations. In this article, we will review their discography from 1998 to 2009, covering six of their most influential albums.
A 15 CM De La Realidad (1998)
This was Kapanga's second album and the first one to gain national recognition. The album features songs like \"El Mono Relojero\", \"El Universal\", and \"La Crudita\", which showcase the band's ability to blend different genres and create catchy melodies. The album also includes a cover of \"Me Mata\" by Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, one of Kapanga's main influences.
Un Asado En Abbey Road (1999)
Kapanga's third album was recorded in London at the legendary Abbey Road Studios. The album has a more polished sound than their previous work, but still maintains their characteristic humor and energy. The album contains hits like \"RamÃn\", \"La Taberna\", and \"Bisabuelo\", as well as a tribute to The Beatles with \"El Sargento Pimienta\".
OperaciÃn Rebenque (2001)
The fourth album by Kapanga was released after a period of touring and personal changes. The album reflects the band's maturity and diversity, with songs ranging from rock to ballads to cumbia. The album includes classics like \"Quiero Estar Con Vos\", \"El AlbaÃil\", and \"Me Gusta El Cuchillo\", as well as collaborations with other artists like Los AutÃnticos Decadentes and Los Pericos.
Kapanga's fifth album was inspired by their travels around Latin America and their contact with different cultures and musical styles. The album has a more experimental and eclectic sound than their previous albums, incorporating elements of folk, reggae, salsa, and hip hop. The album features songs like \"Rock\", \"La Carencia\", and \"Postal\", as well as guest appearances by Manu Chao, Vicentico, and AndrÃs Calamaro.
The sixth album by Kapanga was recorded in Buenos Aires and produced by Juanchi BaleirÃn from Los Pericos. The album has a more rock-oriented sound than their previous work, but still keeps their trademark humor and diversity. The album contains songs like \"El Mono Relojero 07\", \"La Cucaracha\", and \"Miro De AtrÃs\", as well as a cover of \"Creep\" by Radiohead.
Kapanga's seventh album was self-titled and self-produced by the band. The album marks a return to their roots, with songs that are more simple and direct than their previous albums. The album includes songs like \"Bisagra\", \"No Me Sueltes\", and \"Esta Es Mi Fiesta\", as well as a duet with Fito PÃez on \"Siempre Estuve Equivocado\".
Kapanga is one of the most original and versatile bands in the Argentine rock scene. Their discography from 1998 to 2009 shows their evolution and creativity, as well as their ability to connect with different audiences and musical genres. If you are a fan of rock music with a twist of humor and diversity, you should definitely check out Disografia Completa Kapanga (1998 âÂ 2009). a474f39169