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Saca el Cobre

by Rusty Eye

Hollywood's eclectic power trio goes back to its Mexican roots and brings us unique versions of the great Rock en Español classics.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Cara de Pizza
4:37 $0.99
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2. Perdí Mi Ojo de Venado
4:46 $0.99
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3. Solin
3:41 $0.99
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4. Mamá
4:08 $0.99
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5. Las Persianas
3:05 $0.99
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6. El Diablo
3:49 $0.99
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7. El Infierno de Dante
5:18 $0.99
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8. Sr. Caníbal (Mr. Cannibal) [Spanish Version]
5:09 $0.99
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9. Mr. Cannibal (Alternate Version) [Bonus Track]
5:04 album only
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Album Notes
Just when we thought that the mighty metallers Rusty Eye could not do anything else anymore to surprise us, they return with their fourth album "Saca el Cobre" singing in Spanish for the first time in their career, bringing us their unique and disturbing take on the songs that paved Rock en Español's way in Mexico in the years 1989 to 1992.

From Cuca's "Cara de Pizza" to Amantes de Lola's "Mamá", to quintessential bands in the genre like Fobia, Caifanes, Café Tacuba and Maldita Vecindad, all of them transformed to Rusty Eye's bizarre style that includes a bit of Thrash, Punk, Death, Black, Stoner and Prog, masterfully alternating the vocal work of Miss Randall, on her last album with Rusty eye since she's pursuing a solo career (she has never sounded so sensual like she does on "Perdí Mi Ojo De Venado"), with Mr. Rust's usual howls and guttural vocals that bring back to life underground classics such as Transmetal's "Dante's Inferno", always accompanied by the proficient guitarist Baron Murtland. Certainly we will never listen to Mexican rock the same way we did. As the icing on the cake we get the remake of "Sr. Cannibal", the Spanish version of "Mr. Cannibal", a staple from this talented band.

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El eclectico power trio avecindado en Hollywood retoma sus raíces mexicanas y nos brinda su peculiar version de los grandes clásicos del rock nacional.

Hollywood's eclectic power trio goes back to its Mexican roots and brings us unique versions of the great Rock en Español classics.

Just when we thought that the mighty metallers Rusty Eye could not do anything else anymore to surprise us, they return with their fourth album "Saca el Cobre" singing in Spanish for the first time in their career, bringing us their unique and disturbing take on the songs that paved Rock en Español's way in Mexico in the years 1989 to 1992.

From Cuca's "Cara de Pizza" to Amantes de Lola's "Mamá", to quintessential bands in the genre like Fobia, Caifanes, Café Tacuba and Maldita Vecindad, all of them transformed to Rusty Eye's bizarre style that includes a bit of Thrash, Punk, Death, Black, Stoner and Prog, masterfully alternating the vocal work of Miss Randall, on her last album with Rusty eye since she's pursuing a solo career (she has never sounded so sensual like she does on "Perdí Mi Ojo De Venado"), with Mr. Rust's usual howls and guttural vocals that bring back to life underground classics such as Transmetal's "Dante's Inferno", always accompanied by the proficient guitarist Baron Murtland. Certainly we will never listen to Mexican rock the same way we did. As the icing on the cake we get the remake of "Sr. Cannibal", the Spanish version of "Mr. Cannibal", a staple from this talented band.

Carlos "Ala Nocturna" Carreño
"Hell Yeah" Radio Anahuac 1670 AM,
Mexico City

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