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Lust In Translation

by Zamarro

mind blowing rock`n`roll, gentlemen start yr engines
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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1. Roadmovie
3:20 $0.99
2. Breakdown
3:02 $0.99
3. Like I Do
2:53 $0.99
4. Laku Noc
3:29 $0.99
5. Behind the Moon
3:06 $0.99
6. 1975
3:42 $0.99
7. Lost
3:36 $0.99
8. Glow
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9. Android
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10. Faith
2:49 $0.99
11. Zagreb
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Album Notes
The history of ZAMARRO, the swiss rock-trio from Basel, starts in april 2002. After the split of Markus Gisin`s previous band LUNAZONE in march 2002, he went on the lookout for musicians for his new musical project. The drummer was found quickly; LUNAZONE sound technician and ex- HELL MUTE- drummer Michael Hediger. With bassplayer Marco Redolfi, who had played in several bands and projects, the set-up was complete. From the beginning, the three guys knew how ZAMARRO should sound: driving, heavy and direct.
After they invested hours and hours in experimenting in search for a big, powerful sound - something not easily to achieve as a trio - they started to concentrate on writing songs. The first proof of what they were capable of was their 6-track 10"-vinyl and CD titled "1st race", which was recorded under their former name ZORRO live in the practice room and released by the german indie-label "Middle Class Pig Records" (The Masons, Cretin 66, The Blondes) in November 2002. This record was distributed in Europe (Switzerland: RecRec, Germany: Cargo, Netherlands: Sonic Rendez Vouz, Sweden: Soundpollution). With this first release, ZORRO/ZAMARRO played about 50 live-shows, which took them through Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Croatia, Slowenia and the USA.
In September 2003, a new part in the history of ZAMARRO began: "ZAMARRO goes USA!" After they got in contact with cult-producer Jack Endino (Nirvana, Soundgarden, Mudhoney, Zeke, Therapy, The Supersucker, Zen Guerilla, and many others) he decided, after listening to their demo-recordings, to record and produce their first full-length album in Seattle. Before the band entered the studio, they played a "warm-up" westcoast-tour, which took them from Los Angeles to Santa Cruz, Sacramento, San Francisco and Portland up to Seattle.
Because of the many experiences and the unbelievable musical-comprehension of Jack Endino, a record was created, that brings the power, fun and identity of ZAMARRO to the point: "Lust in Translation".
With this new record in their baggage, the band likes to hit the road in 2004. It doesn't matter where or how far: but out to the people and straight into their ears! The countdown has started ...



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Mike Prickett

Rock isn't dead .... yet!
You guys rock - excellent rock n roll album - beats the hell outta most of the stuff on the radio and MTV these days.


Swiss power trio ZAMARRO ....
Swiss power trio (just like Hellhammer!) Zamarro dragged their cowbells and flash-ass guitars and whiskey bellies all the way to Grunge God Jack Endino’s Seattle studio/drugstore to get that “heavy sound” on this master-blaster, and you know what sound I’m talkin’ about, baby. Big, beefy, arena-wrecking, million dollar, playing-the-chainsaw-with-yr-cock-flapping-in-the-breeze HARD ROCK SUPER ACTION. Most bands don’t have this kind of conviction. Most bands aren’t going to travel, literally, halfway around the globe (probably closer to three-quarters, if ya want to get technical) to get the maximum firepower out of their rock and roll. And, ya know, most bands needn’t bother, anyway. It’s much cheaper to suck at home. But our not-so-young bucks in Zamarro, well, that’s a different story. JE fleshed these three evil sumbitches out double-wide and triple thick, and “Lust in Translation” sounds more like the whole fuckin’ Swiss Navy barreling down on ya, instead of just three AWOL landlubbers. Of course, all the knob twiddling on Heaven and Earth ain’t gonna save you unless you Bring the Rock, and believe me, Zam brought it. With a sound that snatches 70’s heavy rock riffs outta the sky like lightning bolts and beats them into a post-stoner/sleaze groove with a decidedly dark edge, Zamarro very comfortably land in the Valley of the Super Rocker, where they may beat their hairy chests and suck the eyeballs outta phony rock n’ roll’s jive skull with like-minded warriors like Cracktorch (their closest cousins, easy), Dirty Power, Hermano, and, just to be classy about it, the Cult. Easy rolling biker metal, ego-star vox that stare you straight in the eyes, and more cowbell than a Thin Lizzy/BTO tour in 1976 all converge in an orgy of manly rock here. Best of all, the songs are distinctive and catchy, not just mere doped up tone-droners. Me, I like the flash-grunge boogie of “Breakdown” and the slinky motorsleaze of “Faith”, but I’m more than happy to let you pick yr own winners. Ya got plenty to choose from, that’s for sure.

PS: Speaking of “Lost in Translation”, I dunno what Zamarro means. Bein’ Swiss, mebbe the name means something in their native tongue. Or perhaps they’re just named after a drunken Frenchman’s pronunciation of “Camaro”. Either way, it rolls of the tongue nicely, so let’s hope it translates to something sexy.