Download links and information about Cuatro Caminos by Café Tacuba / Cafe Tacuba. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Alternative Rock, Latin genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 53:07 minutes.
|Artist:||Café Tacuba / Cafe Tacuba|
|Genre:||Alternative Rock, Latin|
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|1.||Cero Y Uno||3:52|
|5.||Camino Y Vereda||4:05|
|7.||Soy O Estoy||2:48|
|12.||Tomar El Fresco||2:56|
Mexico City's CafŽ Tacuba returned after a four-year absence with Cuatro Caminos, another ambitious, often madly catchy work. Less experimental than some earlier Tacuba albums - Reves/Yosoy, for instance, which found them collaborating with the Kronos Quartet - Caminos still covers a wide swath of stylistic ground. (Longtime Flaming Lips producer Dave Fridmann and Ween cohort Andrew Weiss each helm three cuts.) The set's first track, "Cero y Uno," opens with a lockstep electro beat before kicking into a full-on rock beat; singer ƒlfego Buend’a's gutsy, nagging delivery pulls you in quickly. Elsewhere, there are stabs at off-center punk ("Eo"), Radiohead-esque art rock ("Encantamiento Inœtil"), psychedelic pop ("Eres," featuring multi-instrumentalist Emmanuel del Real's lead vocals), and amusing metallic clangor ("Soy o Estoy"). The album won a 2003 Grammy for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album -and deserved it.