Monday, 1 October 2012

KORROSKADA

































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Year:  1987
Country:  Basque Country
City:  Ollargan
Label:  Discos Suicidas
Format:  CD
Tracks:  11
Time:  32 min.
Genre:  rock
Style:      Ska



















"This record was made famous in all Spanish-speaking countries (Spain and South America), thanks to the single" Torero "that broke boundaries and please everyone. Xemple a whole album Ska well done, funny, but ironic political criticism with the state of things. they also collaborate on the compilation "BAT, BI, Hiru ... Hamara "and the compilation" SKALHERRIA PUNK " two essential albums in the history of pop / rock in the Basque Country. Pivotal to Hard ROCK RADIKAL BASQUE well, especially in the aspect ska / reggae. Korroskada: not usually talk much the profile of many pop groups called Rock Radical Vasco, and when done often pejoratively. But groups like Korroskada sounded clearly pop, and it shows the sensational "Torero", with that truck trumpet and rhythm 80's ska that both sounds Akrylikz, Skin-Deep and The Beat as Aggressive Executives or Kamenbert (despite the boots and braces). Korroskada were large and enthusiastic and bailongos, and went up the triggers of the Great Epic of the Heavy-Nazis of Manresa, you certainly will have already read the first chapter of our series in Battles. In fact, the vast majority of Basque Radical Rock is much more honest, genuine, and pure-recoverable despite the occasional panfletarismo of some letters-that almost everything in the successful indie triumphs today.
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"43 volumenes"
Year:  1988
Country:  Basque Country
City:  Ollargan
Label:  none
Format:  LP , cassette
Tracks: 8
Time:  25 min.
Genre:  rock
Style:      Ska



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