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Biorritmos
Pablo Dagnino
Biorritmos
Genres: World Music, Latin Music
 
  •  Track Listings (13) - Disc #1


      

CD Details

All Artists: Pablo Dagnino
Title: Biorritmos
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: T.H. Rodven
Release Date: 8/13/1996
Genres: World Music, Latin Music
Style: Latin Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 731453190726, 731453190740
 

CD Reviews

Like sentimiento muerto you need this voice"claro"
Axel Gonzalez | ohio,cleveland | 12/29/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"if others rewiew don't get you to buy this, well is too bad.
if you like sentimiento muerto you might like this because this singer is "pablo dagnino" main vocal of sentimiento muerto, plus the solo albun still keeps similar guitar sounds and some people expect 100 of the old grup but this is solo and diferent.
if you go by the others said is too bad. me I like this cd a lot
it remembers me the old sentimiento muerto but more serious.
don't be disapoint this cd is talento nacional. dead fealing forever, viva sentimiento muerto. adios. axel form cleveland"
Worse-than average pop in Spanish from the singer of Sentimi
Manny Hernandez | Bay Area, CA | 08/15/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)

"It had been a while since the legendary Venezuelan rock band, Sentimiento Muerto, had been dissolved, when the band's former frontman, Pablo Dagnino, decided to go solo. Expectations were high, considering the outstanding work the band did and the longstanding fan base they developed, but "Biorritmos" was not up to the challenge. The resulting album was a bland pop production that didn't sound any different from the other artists that were topping the Venezuelan charts at the time (Pedro Castillo, who played guitars in the album, being one of the most famous ones). As a result, this album went mostly unnoticed and became an effort that most hardcore Venezuelan rock fans became dissapointed with.

Dagnino later went on to form the band Pixel with former members of other famous Venezuelan bands. They've recorded two albums to this day, none of which I've had a chance to listen to. I can just recommend you to skip this solo mistake."