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Chaco
Illya Kuryaki & Valderramas
Chaco
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Rock, Latin Music
 
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Released in 1995, this Album is the Band's Sophomore Effort and Includes Many of their Trademark Funk/Rock/rap Explorations as Heard in the Songs: 'abarajame', 'jaguar House' and 'humeda'

      
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All Artists: Illya Kuryaki & Valderramas
Title: Chaco
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Polygram Int'l
Release Date: 3/2/2007
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Rock, Latin Music
Styles: Pop Rap, Latin Pop, Latin Rock, Urban, Latin Hip-Hop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 731452924421, 602498231364, 731452924445

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Released in 1995, this Album is the Band's Sophomore Effort and Includes Many of their Trademark Funk/Rock/rap Explorations as Heard in the Songs: 'abarajame', 'jaguar House' and 'humeda'

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Illya Kuryaki=rapperz? rockerz? funkzterz?
08/01/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"what esle can be said about a duo (Emmanuel Horvilleur & Dante Spinetta) who can mix the unmixable, they can rock, rap, funk, rave and some of their songs might even remind you of Led Zeppelin or Pink Floyd... 'abarajame', whacky style rap beastie boys like song. 'Abismo' a Pink Floyd like track that'll make ya trip. and 'remisero' will make you think you're listening to korn... translated into spanish... so enjoy 'chaco' and don't forget to buy 'unplugged' and 'versus'... watch out for the late '99 release 'Leche'"
Argentinian Success
Jeal Gana | San Diego, or Mexico City | 11/16/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I listened to this album back when released. I think this album is definitive in exploring new and different influence with in the "Rock en Español" genera. This album serves as a palette of the eclectic reality of Latin America. Being a Mexican I can really appreciate the balanced and melancholic undertone to this album and the violently expressive tracks. The song "Hermosa from heaven" is the maximum expression of American influences in Latin America; elevating interlingual and intercultural mishap to an art. I truly appreciate this album like a Van Gogh; full of insight and beauty encased in violent texture and melancholic freedom. My appreciation goes out to the realization of this album; you truly captured something unique, of which I think can not be repeated by the Valderramas."
Illya Kuryaki's best
Manny Hernandez | Bay Area, CA | 04/27/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Written by children of the Rock en Espanol star, Luis Espinetta, this album questions just about everything you can imagine, but it doesn't stop, like some reviewers say at just being "Argentinian Rap." This is THE best work Illya Kuryaki has ever done. It's well balanced for the times, between the funky/R&B-driven melodies and smooth tunes which have an acoustic guitar as the only musical frame. After this one, a distant second would be "Leche," plus also a more controversial one as well."