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Spanish & Portuguese Desorden Publico - Plomo Revienta - 1997 (Venezuela)

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  1. anarcho-punk.net

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    Track List:

    01. Intro
    02. Alla Cayo
    03. Molotov Love
    04. Shing A Ling Rub A Dub
    05. El Racismo Es Una Enfermedad
    06. Latex
    07. Vaiven
    08. Valle De Balas
    09. (El Tumbao De) Simon Guacamayo
    10. Manuela
    11. Paranoia Club
    12. Zamuro
    13. El Chacal
    14. El Dia Que Prohibieron La Violencia Y El Sexo En La Tele
    15. Del Cazador Al Volta
    16. A Donde La Llevas
    17. Outro
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    Plomo Revienta
    Release Date : 1997

    Hecho en Venezuela por Sony Music Entertainment Venezuela, C.A.
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    Desorden Publico Biography

    Desorden Público is a ska/rock band founded in 1985 in Caracas, Venezuela.

    The band's music mixes ska, latin rock, reggae and traditional Latin music styles. The group's lyrics are known for commenting on Venezuela's and Latin America's politics and society. Influenced by the English 2 Tone movement, Desorden Público's embraces different languages and promotes racial and social tolerance. The band has a dozen or so releases to their name and have had platinum sales, No. 1 and top 10 hits. They have tours that have taken them all over Latin America, North America and Europe.
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    Desorden Publico (also spelled Desorden público) are a band from Caracas, Venezuela. They mainly play ska mixed with the latin rhythms and beats of their home country. This type of music is generally described as Latin-Ska. Desorden Publico is Spanish for "Public Disorder".

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    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.


    Label - Columbia

    Columbia Records is the oldest brand name in recorded sound. Founded in January 1889 in Washington DC as the l112015 by Edward D. Easton, the company first sold phonograph cylinders and later disc records.
    For all unofficial / bootleg copies of this label please use l149411
    It opened a British operation shortly afterwards. This was sold in 1922 to its own management, and then the independent Columbia Graphophone Company Ltd. itself purchased its almost bankrupt former parent in 1925. This was then merged with The Gramophone Co. Ltd., which had been set up in the UK in 1896. This company was incorporated as l293204 (EMI) in 1931. US anti-trust laws forced the UK company to divest itself of its US operations that year.

    The label was introduced in Japan in 1931 by the Nippon Phonograph Co. (also known as l630804) which was a subsidiary of l293204 In 1935 EMI sold its stake in Nipponophone, but Nipponophone kept ownership of the Columbia brand for Japan. After World War II, the label became part of Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.

    For the next few decades the Columbia imprint (trademark) was exclusively owned by Columbia Graphophone Co. Ltd., outside North America, Japan, and Spain, where the rights were owned by a company unrelated to Electric & Musical Industries Ltd., Discos Columbia, S.A. (it was eventually sold to BMG Spain through RCA). In the US and Canada, Columbia was owned by CBS Inc.

    In 1961, Columbia set up a parent company for itself called CBS Records, which was a division of CBS. In 1965, l97841 is merged into l253617, with the rights to the Columbia trademark subsequently being reassigned to that company. In January 1973, l253617 begins phasing out some of its domestic labels (l2294, l39354 etc.) including Columbia, in favour of the newly established EMI label, and subsequently no longer using the label for releasing pop or rock acts in much of the world (although it remained in use in parts of Asia and for non-pop releases).

    On November 2, 1989, CBS sold its recording music distribution and label group to the Japanese conglomerate l353657 for $400 million. On October 15, 1990, l63404 (successor of l253617) officially sells its international rights to the Columbia trademark to Sony. On April 17, 1991, Sony's acquisition of Columbia Records and affiliated labels was completed; CBS Records was renamed to Sony Music Entertainment and the Japanese branch CBS/Sony, which was formed as a venture in 1968 between CBS Inc. and Sony, was rebranded as Sony Records (now Sony Music Japan). In Spain, Sony managed to acquire the rights from l1003, which it had merged with on August 5, 2004 as l53569. However, since the trademark was not owned by an EMI affiliate in Japan, Sony was not able to acquire it for that market. This is why Sony can't use the original Columbia brand nor name in Japan, where the label was operated by l213761 until October 1, 2002, when the name was changed to l213791 On October 1, 2010, the name was changed back to l213761

    Today, Columbia Records remains one of the four flagship music labels operated by Sony Music Entertainment.

    WARNING: Codes with the following prefixes should not be entered as catalogue number: XSS, ZSS, AL, BL. These codes are matrix numbers unique for each side of a vinyl release and should be entered in the Barcode and Other Identifiers section. The actual catalogue number is usually printed above the matrix number.

    European releases in the 1980's until the late 1990's often had supplementary numbers printed on the release in the following format:
    xx-xxxxxx-xx (e.g.: 01-497424-10 in addition to short catalogue number 497424). These are not distribution codes or catalogue numbers but were added by the Dutch CBS, Haarlem/ Sony/CBS, Haarlem plants and are commonly known as Computer Numbers. Do not add them as catalogue numbers.

    Catalogue letters from 1989 to 2005 are listed as "CK 12345".
    Label code: LC 00162.
    Has the Spanish series L=Espectacular (3)

    French Columbia shellack codes, sizes, labels colours, price codes (1951):
    BF - 25 cm (10") - brown label (price code Medium)
    BFX - 30 cm (12") - brown label (price code Medium)
    DF - 25 cm (10") - black label (price code Standard)
    DFX - 30 cm (12") - black label (price code Standard)
    GF - 25 cm (10") - green label (price code Artistique)
    GFX - 30 cm (12") - green label (price code Artistique)
    LF - 25 cm (12") - blue label (price code Artistique)
    LFX - 30 cm (12") - blue label (price code Artistique)
    RFX - 30 cm (12") - red label (price code Medium)
    9000 to 11672 - 30 cm (12") - black label (price code Standard)
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  2. mr.anarquia

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    Re: (VENEZUELA) DESORDEN PUBLICO - PLOMO REVIENTA

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