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Hasta La Victoria
Silos
Hasta La Victoria
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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Originally released in Europe in 1992 and America in 1994, this version of Hasta La Victoria contains all the blood and drama of the original plus two special songs added to the soup. Sonic Pyramid.

      
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All Artists: Silos
Title: Hasta La Victoria
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Watermelon
Original Release Date: 9/20/1994
Release Date: 9/20/1994
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Folk Rock, Roots Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 730876900127, 715971102324, 715971102348

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Originally released in Europe in 1992 and America in 1994, this version of Hasta La Victoria contains all the blood and drama of the original plus two special songs added to the soup. Sonic Pyramid.

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drummindave | Papillion, Nebraska United States | 10/10/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Love the Silos and singer-songwriter Walter Salas-Humara. Great "americana" guitar rock at it's finest. Victoria Williams lends some backup vocals which are hautingly wonderful. Sounds as fresh today as it did when it first came out. Rootsy, truthfull, brilliant."
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Brian D. Rubendall | Oakton, VA | 04/10/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Guess The Silos just weren't suited to be on a major label. The band's previous self-titled album (also their best) was released by RCA in 1990, and promptly disappeared from sight despite a batch of excellently crafted songs (sadly, it also remains the band's only unavailable album). Simply put, The Silos don't write hit singles, and that's why they returned to the indies with "Hasta La Victoria." Along the way they also lost co-leader Bob Rupe (late of Cracker), and became the Walter Salas-Humara show.Though not quite as strong as the self-titled album, "Victoria" still contains many fine moments. The slowly unfolding opener, "Miles Away," is one of the band's best songs. It is followed by a decent rocker in "All I Know is Your Name." Other highlights include the driving love affair of "My Big Car," the sweet "Nobody but You," "All Night," with backing vocals by Victoria Williams (the Victoria of the title) and the closing "Find a Way." Not every song is a winner, but enough of them are to make this an album well worth owning.Overall, a fine album from a band that successfully turned its back on the major labels."