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Epilogo

Los Macuanos

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1
Tierra Baldía
Los Macuanos
3:52
2
Los Miedos
Los Macuanos
2:26
3
Los De Arriba
Los Macuanos
3:42
4
1DMX
Los Macuanos
1:55
5
Soldado Sin Cara
Los Macuanos
8:34
6
Fuego Cruzado
Los Macuanos
3:41
7
El Precipicio
Los Macuanos
5:04
8
9 Rios
Los Macuanos
4:17
9
El Último Desafío
Los Macuanos
5:00
10
El Camotero
Los Macuanos
3:07
11
Sangre, Bandera, Cruz
Los Macuanos
4:19
12
Soldado Sin Cara (Radio Edit)
Los Macuanos
4:20
Total Playing Time    50:17
The first album from Los Macuanos in four years, Epilogo is a continuation of the Tijuana band's signature electronic tribal sound, angry, aggressive and danceable. Combining all these qualities, the lead single Soldado Sin Cara is a protest against Mexico’s military state. Through spectral evocations and ominously low frequencies, Los Macuanos conjures the spirits of Mexico's past, resulting in a macabre rendition of the country's traditional sounds, a hauntological feast equally suited for the ears and the hips.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Nacional Records Studio Masters

Tracks 10, 11 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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