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Hacia Lo Salvaje

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Download links and information about Hacia Lo Salvaje by Amaral. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Alternative Rock, Latin, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 43:16 minutes.

Artist: Amaral
Release date: 2011
Genre: Alternative Rock, Latin, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 43:16
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Hacia Lo Salvaje 4:14
2. Antártida 4:16
3. Si las Calles Pudieran Hablar 3:02
4. Esperando un Resplandor 3:03
5. Robin Hood 3:07
6. Riazor 4:06
7. Montaña Rusa 3:09
8. Olvido 3:11
9. Cuando Suba la Marea 4:25
10. Como un Martillo en la Pared 2:58
11. Hoy Es el Principio del Final 4:13
12. Van Como Locos 3:32

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After severing ties with EMI, hugely popular Spanish duo Amaral surprised their audience with their hardest-sounding work to date on Hacia Lo Salvaje, the first release for their own label. This ostensible electric guitar rock album attempts to eschew the band's somewhat misguided reputation as a regular dispenser of cute pop tunes by offering a concise collection of 12 bittersweet songs about mixed feelings, dreams of escape, tales of outcasts, and nostalgia for innocence lost, sung with newfound urgency by Eva Amaral — see for instance the lead single title track. While it does not contain the obvious hits of previous Amaral releases, fans may actually find Hacia Lo Salvaje to be a more consistent album, one whose appeal grows rather than diminishes with repeated listening.