Enanitos Verdes - Carrousel mp3 album
Enanitos Verdes (literal translation: "Little green dwarves", roughly equivalent to the English phrase "Little green men") is a rock trio from Argentina, formed in 1979 in the city of Mendoza. The band started in 1979, with Marciano Cantero (bass guitar, keyboards and vocals), Felipe Staiti (guitar) and Daniel Piccolo drums. That same year, they performed throughout the Cuyo region. Later they traveled to Buenos Aires to record a demo, with unusable results that were never released.
Carrousel (LP, Album). Carrousel (CD, Album). Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Argentina) . Carrousel (Cass, Album).
Album · 1987 · 9 Songs. Carrousel Los Enanitos Verdes.
Band Name Enanitos Verdes. Album Name Carrousel. Members owning this album1.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Enanitos Verdes - Carrousel. Photo of Enanitos Verdes - Carrousel. More albums of Enanitos Verdes: Contra Reloj. This album was released on the label Discos CBS (catalog number 7. 09). This album was released in 1988 year.
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1988 studio album by Enanitos Verdes. Carrousel is the fourth album of Enanitos Verdes published in 1988. The production of the disc was again headed by Andres Calamaro. It gave three new hits "Guitarras blancas", "No me veras", and "Sos un perdedor".
|A1||Soy Un Perdedor|
|A3||No Me Verás|
|A4||Un Día Bien|
|A5||Vengo De Última|
|B1||Soy Un Espejo|
|B2||De Hoy En Mas|
|B3||Que Hacer Conmigo|
|B4||Alrededor De Mi|
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|1101093||Enanitos Verdes||Carrousel (LP, Album)||CBS||1101093||Costa Rica||1989|
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