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Aguilas and Cobras

Aguilas and Cobras by Brownout buy album

Brownout

Label: Six Degrees Records
Released: 2009
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Track Listing

Con El Cuete; Ayer Y Hoy; Aguilas and Cobras; Tell Her She's Lovely; Framed by Death; Another Fire; Olvidalo; The Flea (Interlude); Slinky; Pole Position; C 130; Family Show; Chanclas de Ninja; Nawlins; Semi Futuristic Love Affair / Con el Cuete (Reprise).

Personnel

Brownout
Brownout

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Adrian Quesda: guitars; Greg Gonzalez: bass; Johnny Lopez: drums; Beto Martinez: guitars; Mark V. "Speedy" Gonzalez: trombone; Josh Levy: baritone saxophone, flute; Gilbert Elorreaga: trumpet; Matthew Holmes: congas; John Speice: percussion; Leo Gauna: trombone; James Petralli: vocals; Travis Davis: keyboards; Daniel Teimann: keyboards; Kino Rodriguez: vocals; Jose Galeano: percussion, vocals; Hacienda (Dante Schwebel, Rene, Jaime and Abraham Villanueva): vocals; Rene Villanueva: vocals; Peter Stopschinski: string arrangements; Jennifer Acosta: violins; Rudy Canales: percussion; Bruce Colson: violins; Bruce James: organ; Suzy Bravo: background vocals.


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