Carlos Ann / Bunbury / Jose Ponce Maria / Galindo - Leopoldo Maria Panero (Spa) | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. La Llegada Del Impostor Fingiéndose Llamar Leopoldo María Panero/ Himno A Satán
2. La Monja Atea
3. Le Bon Pasteur
4. Canción De Una Discoteca
5. Heroína
6. The End
7. Brillo En La Mano
8. En El Obscuro Jardín Del Manicomio (Poemas Del Manicomio De Mondragón)/A Quien Me Leyere
9. Ars Magna
10. Peter Punk
11. Un Angel Pasó Por Brooklyn
12. Matarratos/Doceavo
13. La Vida
14. Spiritual 1
15. Bataille
16. Dedicatoria
17. Lectura En Diagonal
18. Diario De Un Seductor
19. The End
20. No Se Trata De Rencor, Sino De Odio
21. Necrofilia
22. Marqués De Sade
23. Noveno Poema De La Vieja
24. El Lamento De Un Vampiro
25. Asesinato
26. La Alucinación De Una Mano O La Esperanza Póstuma Y Absurda En La Caridad De La Noche
27. Homenaje A Dashiell Hammer/Elegía/La Matanza Del Día De San Valentín
28. Los Pasos Del Callejón Sin Salida
29. Me Celebro Y Me Odio
30. La Poesía Destruye Al Hombre
31. El Tesoro De Sierra Madre
32. El Noi Del Sucre
33. El Hombre Que Solo Comía Zanahorias

More Info:

In 2001 four kamikazes got together to record an album in tribute to the most cursed of Spanish poets, Leopoldo María Panero. Bunbury, Carlos Ann, the journalist Bruno Galindo and the writer Jose María Ponce joined forces to honor the poetry of the radical, revolutionary writer. The album was first released in 2004 and contained 30 adaptations of poems with music by Carlos Ann and Bunbury. This new double vinyl edition adds four extra tracks; "La Poesía Destruye Al Hombre", "El Tesoro de Sierra Madre", "El Noi Del Sucre" and "El Hombre Que Solo Comía Zanahorias". Available for the first time on vinyl.