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Mar Dulce (Bonus Track Version)


Download links and information about Mar Dulce (Bonus Track Version) by Bajofondo Tango Club. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Alternative Rock, Latin genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:24:41 minutes.

Artist: Bajofondo Tango Club
Release date: 2008
Genre: Alternative Rock, Latin
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:24:41
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No. Title Length
1. Grand Guignol 5:04
2. Cristal 5:27
3. Ya No Duele (feat. Santullo) (featuring Santullo) 3:43
4. Hoy (feat. Juan Subira) (featuring Juan Subirá / Juan Subira) 5:13
5. Pa' Bailar (Instrumental Album Version) 3:58
6. Pulmon 3:20
7. Fairly Right (feat. Elvis Costello) (featuring Elvis Costello) 6:01
8. El Mareo (feat. Gustavo Cerati) (featuring Gustavo Cerati) 4:35
9. El Anden (feat. Mala Rodriguez) (featuring Mala Rodríguez / Mala Rodriguez) 3:50
10. Infiltrado 3:38
11. Borges y Paraguay 4:31
12. Tuve Sol 3:53
13. No Pregunto Cuantos Son 4:50
14. Baldosas Mojadas (feat. Nelly Furtado) (featuring Nelly Furtado) 3:33
15. Zitarrosa 4:03
16. Chiquilines (feat. Lágrima Ríos) (featuring Lágrima Ríos / Lagrima Rios) 5:52
17. Pa' Bailar - Siempre Quiero Mas (feat. Julieta Venegas) (featuring Julieta Venegas) 3:37
18. Fairly Right (Alternate Version) [Bonus Track] 6:01
19. Slippery Sidewalks (feat. Nelly Furtado) [Bonus Track] (featuring Nelly Furtado) 3:32



Bajofondo was formed by the well-known Argentinean producer and soundtrack composer Gustavo Santaolalla and the Uruguayan DJ/programmer Juan Campodónico. The group creates music that updates tango and other styles rooted in the region around the Rio de la Plata, the river that runs between Argentina and Uruguay. (Mar Dulce, their second album, takes its name from another term for that river.) Like Gotan Project, Bajofondo weds traditional instruments such as bandoneón and violin to contemporary grooves. On the opener, “Grand Guignol,” the instrumental chugs like a modern club hit, but típico bandoneón riffs meet up with strings that split the difference between disco and tango. Argentinean rockers (Gustavo Cerati, Juan Subirá), a Spanish rapper (Mala Rodriguez), a Mexican pop star (Julieta Venegas), and Elvis Costello are among the various artists who make guest appearances. The voices of two now-deceased performers make key contributions. “Zitarrosa,” uses a sample of the Uruguayan singer and writer Alfredo Zitarrosa (1936-1989) speaking about musical roots. And “Chiquilines” features the last recording of the extraordinary black Uruguayan vocalist, Lágrima Ríos (1924-2006).