La Casa Azul ‎– Tan Simple Como El Amor

Label:
Elefant Records ‎– ER-1107
Format:
CD, Album
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Released:
Genre:
Pop
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Tracklist

1 En Noches Como La De Hoy 3:15
2 Quiero Parar 2:31
3 Vamos A Volar 3:11
4 El Sol No Brillará Nunca Más 3:26
5 Cambia Tu Vida 4:00
6 El Secreto De Jeff Lynne 2:36
7 Prefiero Bailar 2:54
8 C'est Fini 2:24
9 Siempre Brilla El Sol 2:37
10 Superguay 3:50
11 Por Si Alguna Vez Te Vas 3:33
12 Aunque Parezca Lo Mejor 2:14
13 Como Un Fan 4:47
14 Preferimos Soñar (Hidden Track) 0:47

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Notes

Comes in a digipak.

Track 14 not mentioned on back cover tracklist.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned / Printed): 8428846211077
  • Mastering SID Code: SONY DADC IFPI L555
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K8
  • Matrix / Runout: A0100491352-0101 15 A2

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Risingson

July 6, 2008

In my opinion, the best spanish pop record of all these years, the best work of this genious called Guille Milkyway, and an amazing work of art that should be known everywhere. The intention is clear: bring all the "bubblegum" sounds, japonese pop, sixties songs and Brian Wilson, mix all those influences together, and spice them with lyrics that talk about (lack of) love, social inadaptation, pop culture, near dystopic worlds of many colours.

Maybe the first times you listen to these songs you find them too poppy, too cheesy. That's right, they sound like it. Now understand the lyrics, where the singer shows pain of not being loved and being single. How a boy with a lot of complexes, which always finds shelter in the world of sixties' lollypop, feels about love and sex? This collection of songs sound so personal, so visceral, so amazing that they always leave me down, though they are happy, when I listen to them. This is pure sensibility. This is a (dark) brilliant, magnificent, masterpiece.