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De la Cabeza


De la Cabeza is the sixth album by the Argentine Rock band Bersuit Vergarabat, released in 2002. Is the only Live album of the band, recorded at the Obras Sanitarias Stadium in Buenos Aires, and at the ''Haedo's ShowCenter. Features the best tracks of the band until that time. The track "Un Pacto" has never been released in a studio album, and the track "Perro Amor Explota" has only been released in the Amores Perros soundtrack.

Track listing

"De La Cabeza" 0:30

"El Tiempo No Para" 5:21

"Danza De Los Muertos Pobres" 4:31

"El Viejo De Arriba" (Subira) 4:00

"Espiritu De Esta Selva" 3:55

"Vuelos" (Cespedes) 5:45

"Mi Caramelo" (Cordera) 3:29

"Un Pacto" (Cordera) 4:55

"Perro Amor Explota" 4:28

"Tuyu" 5:21

"Yo Tomo" 3:46

"Senor Cobranza" (De la Vega) 4:16

"La Bolsa" 4:24

"Murguita Del Sur" (Cordera) 5:03

"Se Viene" 3:40

"Hociquito De Raton / Diez Mil (20.000.000 Pesos)" 9:21

Diez Mil (20.000.000 Pesos)'' is a re-edited Bonus Studio Track from the first album of the band, Y Punto.

Releases

In later releases of the album, the track 4, "El Viejo De Arriba", was changed for the track named "La Petisita Culona", also played in the same concerts, but non included in the first releases of the album.

Also, In later releases, there's a bonus track named "Diez Mil (20.000.000 Pesos) (Miserable Mix By Plankton Man)"

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