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Parte De La Religion
Charly Garcia
Parte De La Religion
Genres: World Music, Rock, Latin Music
 
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Paper sleeve version of the 1987 album from one of the most talented and influential figures of Argentine and Latin rock.

      
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All Artists: Charly Garcia
Title: Parte De La Religion
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sony
Release Date: 6/2/2003
Album Type: Import, Limited Edition
Genres: World Music, Rock, Latin Music
Styles: South & Central America, Argentina, Latin Pop, Latin Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Paper sleeve version of the 1987 album from one of the most talented and influential figures of Argentine and Latin rock.

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martin dalesson | Buenos Aires, Argentina | 11/19/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Parece un disco medio olvidado pero es im-pre-sio-nan-te!!!
Es el cuarto disco solista de Charly García, del año 1987 (si no contamos el maxi-simple "Terapia intensiva", y es sorprendente la cantidad de ideas musicales, la instrumentación, el sonido, las melodias. Los temas inoxidables que escribe, la forma de tocar y de cantar son inimitables.
El uso de los teclados y las maquinas es inusual, usa en la mayoria de los temas el clasico Yamaha DX-7 lo que le da un sonido particular al disco, lo interesante es escuchar como usa los sonidos y como los graba.
Por ejemplo en "Parte de la Religion", "Adela en el carrousel", "El karma de vivir al sur", todos temas llenos de modernidad, inteligencia musical, bien tocados, bien grabados. Garcia consigue en este y todos sus discos un sonido muy particular dentro de Latinoamerica, muy dificil de imitar. Despues de "Parte de la religion" grabo la música para una peícula, "Lo que vendrá", tambien título del disco. Es interesante ir escuchando los discos en orden cronológico, aunque si nunca escucharon a Charly este es un excelente disco para comenzar."
Parte de la Religion: an essential part of Rock's best works
Manny Hernandez | Bay Area, CA | 02/10/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I learned about Charly Garcia late in my High School years. Though I didn't really GET into his music until later, this was the earliest I caught a glimpse of the work of this musical genius. This album, recorded by Charly before he "lost it" (like a Syd Barrett of sorts), is packed with gems. It's one of those precious moments in Rock en Español. One very long moment that doesn' die out all through the album. From "Necesito tu Amor", into "Buscando un Simbolo de Paz" and the title track, including tracks where he accompanies himself by Brazilian rock grands, Paralamas, and almost alternating between upbeat and more quiet songs all through to the warm "La Ruta del Tentempie", the album can only grow on you. You will find yourself (Spanish-speaking or not) humming the tunes, some of rock's best tunes just about anywhere, wondering where has this awesome artist been all your life.

Now, if you know Charly, you know what I am talking about. Recorded in 1987, "Parte de la Religion" is probably the last brilliant album Charly recorded before entering a long obscure period, during which he stopped making much sense, he lost quite a bit of his voice and his sanity due to drugs and alcohol abuse. Still, "Parte..." will remain an essential part of Rock's best works forever."
Bom, Bueno, Good
Diego Paiva De Castro | Porto Alegre, Brasil | 09/11/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Yo soy un fan brasileño de Charly. Estaba procurando la clásica Rezo Por Vos, pero PDLR tiene mucho más. La Ruta..., Rap de las Hormigas (con Paralamas), No Voy en Tren, Buscando um Símbolo de Paz (con Paula Toller) e Necesito tu Amor son grandes canciones. El album, todavía, deja un poco a desear en ciertos momentos, especialmente cuando comparado a la trilogia Yendo..., Clics Modernos e Piano Bar, records perfectos del princípio al fin.
Lo siento por mi español!"