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Nos Sobran los Motivos


Download links and information about Nos Sobran los Motivos by Joaquín Sabina / Joaquin Sabina. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Latin, Pop genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:53:26 minutes.

Artist: Joaquín Sabina / Joaquin Sabina
Release date: 2000
Genre: Latin, Pop
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:53:26
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No. Title Length
1. Nos Sobran los Motivos 5:45
2. Tan Joven y Tan Viejo 5:25
3. Una Canción Para la Magdalena 4:46
4. Ruido 5:20
5. De Purisima y Oro 5:50
6. Calle Melancolia 5:45
7. Rosa de Lima 3:53
8. Que Se Llama Soledad 6:19
9. 19 Días y 500 Noches 5:19
10. Contigo 5:04
11. Noche de Boda / ... y Nos Dieron las Diez 7:23
12. Yo Me Bajo en Atocha 5:25
13. Princesa / Barbi Superestar 8:28
14. Quien Me Ha Robado el Mes de Abril / Así Estoy Yo Sin Ti 6:53
15. Medias Negras 5:20
16. Pacto Entre Caballeros 4:14
17. Donde Habita el Olvido 4:13
18. Conductores Suicidas 5:03
19. La del Pirata Cojo 4:54
20. Y Sin Embargo Te Quiero (Intro Olga Roman) 2:03
21. Y Sin Embargo 6:04



This 2 CD live set contains well differentiated sections. The first album, the unplugged side, contains acoustic versions played by a small band: Sabina and his longtime collaborators Antonio García de Diego, Pancho Varona and Pedro Barceló. Recorded in small spanish theatres in may of 2000, includes some classics like "Calle Melancolía" and "Rosa de Lima." One of the big surprises here is how better sounds the song "Nos sobran los motivos" than the original (really over-produced) included in the previous studio album 19 días y 500 noches. It proves that when Sabina is raw and naked he achieves his finest moments. The second album, the electric side, was recorded with a bigger band during the 19 días y 500 Noches Tour. This second volume shows how good Sabina rocks if he's inspired. The best proofs of that fact are songs like "Conductores Suicidas" and "La del Pirata Cojo"." It's a fully enjoyable album that won't disappoint die-hard fans neither newcomers. ~ Iván Adaime, Rovi