Cromosomas Salvajes

by Aviador Dro

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xperiment Sin duda, uno de los mejores álbumes de Aviador DRO. La remasterización es impecable: buen sonido, buen volumen, buena compresión y una claridad pasmosa. Lanzamiento más que recomendado Favorite track: Himno Aéreo.
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Jaime Ochoa STX One of the bands that influenced many of us into making electronic music.

totally love "El color de tus Ojos al bailar". Favorite track: El Color de tus Ojos al Bailar.
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Aelita 04:25
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Autoduelo 04:41
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Tejidos 04:41
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One of the most influential Spanish techno-pop bands from the 80s is finally taking back to life one of their most successful albums. Originally released in 1985, “Cromosomas Salvajes” marked a big step forward on the career of El Aviador Dro y sus Obreros Especializados. While keeping their message in support of the working class, nuclear energy and futuristic vision, this work had a top production, more dynamic compositions and included some of the fans favorites: “Himno Aéreo”, “La Ciudad en Movimiento” and “El Color de tus Ojos al Bailar”.

This new pressing has been restored and remastered from the original tapes. Vinyl edition comes in gatefold jacket with an exclusive postcard, one sticker and includes all tracks from the original issue plus the b-side “Tejidos” and the unreleased track “Europa Arde en mi Interior” that was originally composed for the famous Eurovision Song Contest. Compact Disc (available on this format for the very first time) comes in digipak with a poster booklet and bonus tracks taken from the 12” singles.

credits

released November 5, 2016

All tracks composed by Servando Carballar Heymann, except (2,8) by Servando Carballar Heymann and Manuel Guio. Production: Simon Boswell (1,3,5,10), Jesús N. Gómez (2,6,7,8,11), Julián Ruiz (4,9) and Aviador Dro (12). Sound engineer: Jesús N. Gómez, except (4,9) Juan I. Cuadrado and (12) Félix Arribas. Recording at Doublewtronics, except (4,9) at Trak and (12) at Duplimatic. Remastered by Nicolás Zúñiga (Nico DeadWax).

Aviador Dro: Fox Cicloide, Equis, Biovac N, Arcoiris, Derflex tipo iarr, Cta 102, Placa Tumbler.

Instruments: MSQ-700, SCI-64, Linn Drum, Mini Moog, Yamaha DX-7, Prophet-5, Roland Juno-60, Roland JX-3P, Korg Polysix, Roland GR-300, guitar Roland, Simmons, bass Yamaha, metal sticks and hammers.

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