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- Fri, 28 Apr 2017 12:35:29 EST Xpje7wF2 No.12811
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I need some good Spanish music to listen to. I will literally accept ANYTHING that is NOT mariachi. I'm sick of that garbage.

Necesito una buena música española para escuchar. Literalmente aceptaré cualquier cosa que no sea mariachi. Estoy harto de esa basura.
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Charles Nondlewerk - Mon, 07 Aug 2017 00:21:23 EST dOb7wpJ/ No.12847 Reply
Española o en español?
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William Henkinkodge - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 21:08:41 EST PMClDcwJ No.12850 Reply
Some of my favs:
Cecilia (Spanish singer)
Mecano (Spanish rock from the 90s)
Jose Luis Perales (old sad music for ladies)
Maná (South American rock)

Warning that some of Cecilia's songs are veeeery depressing but her voice is so beautiful. She died in a car accident when she was very young, a tragedy
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Martin Havingstedging - Thu, 25 Jan 2018 22:39:29 EST tkutlT9X No.12889 Reply
Heroes del Silencio (Rock)
Empirismo (Anarcho-Punk)
La Banda Trapera del Río (Hardcore Punk)
Corrupted (Funeral Doom Metal)
Los Saicos (Subte)
Vaginator (Anarcho-Punk)
Burning Image (Goth Rock)
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Polly Benningway - Thu, 15 Feb 2018 23:34:19 EST q9PrR1Au No.12897 Reply
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>>12811
If you're into Depeche Mode check out
-Moenia
-Morbo
They're like Depeche Mode from "Black Celebration" but more Depechey than DepecheMode themselves. Mi favorite album is no doubt " Le Modulor " moody, yet danceable synthpop of the best kind produced ever. Language wise; their lyrics are deep and lyric with layers of meaning beyon their upfront inerpretation, to the foreign ear, easy to understand with scant regionalisms or expletives. A german friend of mine said he learned to tune his ear to spanish with Moenia's music.

From "Mutacion (Le Modulor)" https://youtu.be/Q26IVsG6AE8
  • Soy una mutacion
  • Soy mi propio clon
  • Soy un simple cambio
de opinion

( I am a mutation
I am my own clone
I am just a simple
change in point of view)

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Or if you are into stronger stuff, check out hocico, styled as the anagram "HoCiCoH" meaning "snout". These guys are huge in eastern europe specially germany, poland and the balkans where they tour regularly. They are your prototypical dark-electro/EBM/Cyberpunk crew. If you listen closely at the wailing-soul tortured by unearthly demons screech that the genre demands as vocals, you'll savior some if the deepest and socially conscious lyrics in spanish that i've listened to. Favorite album: Wrack and Ruin, from 2002.

From "Ecos" (Wrack and Ruin) https://youtu.be/Z3TRuFQInBI
Dime que es lo que crees?
En este mundo de intoxicados
Una voz que te enfurece
Hace eco en tus oidos alterados

(Tell me what do you believe in?
In this world of the intoxicated
A voice, infuriatingly
Echoes on youe altered hearing)
... roughly

Both bands proudly from Mexico;
mariachi they are certainly not.
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Martha Brookgold - Wed, 16 May 2018 17:37:18 EST BwmjoXKT No.12923 Reply
Search "El cuarteto de nos"
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Edward Webberdale - Tue, 22 May 2018 10:05:07 EST HO8MANJP No.12925 Reply
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How about Mercedes Sosa, the biggest star of the Nueva canción, her interpretations of south american folk songs and poetry are legendary.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNMhgC1yg_U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzUAUv16x6k

Also on the world music entry level list, Camaron de la Isla for pioneering Flamenco-Rock, check his other stuff if you can stomach raw cante.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrUWtOtfwDw
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Phyllis Honeywill - Tue, 05 Jun 2018 12:17:55 EST SXta5Ctf No.12926 Reply
>>12811
Try out Manu Chao, his music is good for Spanish learners of just about any level.
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Jack Siblinglut - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 10:15:28 EST MUTWc9BI No.12950 Reply
>>12811
Rock colombiano en español: Superlitio, La Derecha, Kraken, Tres de Corazón, Don Teto, Juanes, 1280 almas, Aterciopelados, Los makenzy
Rock chileno: Los prisioneros, Los Bunkers.
Rock Español: Héroes del Silencio Los Rodríguez, Duncan Dhu, Mago de Oz, Rata Blanca
Rock Argentino: Gustavo Cerati, Soda Stéreo, Andrés Calamaro, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs,
Rock Uruguayo: No te Va Gustar, Cuarteto de Nos (recomendado por el vocabulario)
Rock Mexicano: Zoé, Café Tacvba, Maná
Pop: Alfonso Espriella, Andrés Cepeda, Bonka, Bacilos, Belinda, Cabas, Carla Morrison, Shakira (pre 2005), Los de Adentro, Esteman, Julieta Venegas, Monsieur Periné (también francés)
Baladas: Joaquín Sabina, Jarabe de Palo,
Música Protesta (Digamos algo así como Folk): Nano Stern, Silvio Rodríguez,
Merengue (Letra fácil y para bailar): Los Chiches, Ricarena
Salsa: Joe arroyo, La 33, Héctor Lavoe, Rubén Blades, Willie Colón, Tito Puente, Tnt Band,
Rap (aka Hip Hop): Alkolirykoz, Porta, Crew Peligrosos, La Etnia, Nach, Los Petit Fellas,
Boleros viejos y música vieja (apta en navidad): Los 50 de Joselito, Julio Jaramillo, Pastor López, Garzón y Collazos
Reggaetón: Ozuna, Farruko, Plan B, Aventura, Don Omar, Romeo Santos, Cali el Dandee, Calle 13 (Recomendado si quieres vocabulario amplio), Daddy Yankee, Dálmata, Dragón y Caballero, Golpe a Golpe, J Balvin, Wisin y Yandel,
Alternativa: Boma Stéreo, Manu Chao (también canta en inglés y francés)
Tango: Gardel
Cubana: Celia Cruz, La Sonora Matansera
Reggae: Gondwana,
Vallenato (Música colombiana recomendada): Los Diablitos, Binomio de Oro, Jorge Celedón, Rafael Orozco, Diomedez Díaz, Los Hermanos Zuleta.
Te envío muchos artistas colombianos, ya te imaginarás de donde soy. Espero te sirva.
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Martin Pandleson - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 11:44:41 EST dJndZiUm No.12951 Reply
>>12950
>No Los Gypsy Kings

You have lost all credibility my man.
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Edward Crommernork - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 19:27:57 EST MUTWc9BI No.12952 Reply
>>12951
So, that's the anme of the Volare authors, honestly it's one of the few flamenco songs popular in Colombia. I'm sorry for have lost my credibility :(
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Isabella Fedgekure - Tue, 28 Aug 2018 07:27:18 EST sM8uVQag No.12953 Reply
Buena Vista Social Club
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 29 Mar 2019 13:52:00 EST zqPHlfAq No.12976 Reply
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Control Machete, Cartel de Santa (rap mexicano)

Sumo (rock argentino), pero el cantante Luca Prodan usa más inglés que español en unas canciones

Y esto >>12926
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Esther Gissledock - Sun, 21 Apr 2019 15:20:19 EST /x0bvHS7 No.12983 Reply
Hey Spanish speakers!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NW1MG8Uc2g

Is this person a native speaker? They have a really really strong English-speaker accent, but then I was thinking... maybe a lot of second generation Spanish Speakers speak Spanish with so many people who learned it as a second language that they end up talking like non-natives?
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Basil Ceggleford - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 20:11:15 EST ugdUInNM No.12984 Reply
What's the most effective way to go from "I took Spanish for a few years in high school and then took two semesters of it in college" to being able to watch lucha libre and consistently understand the commentary and promos?
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Thomas Fiffingnare - Sat, 27 Apr 2019 16:06:52 EST iyRDvOax No.12985 Reply
study every day, include listening exercises in your study routine

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