A mix I recorded for an upcoming DJ gig on February the 5th at Soprano’s. I don’t think I’ll have the time to play all the songs live, so I recorded this version for posterity. Two covers, three decades close to 90 minutes. Tracklisting and links to download and listen to after break. Enjoy!
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throat, programming. Recorded by Angel Luis Cruz Perez on Sept 10 2010 at Red Shield. Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Puerto Rico
Thanks to: Andres Alfonso, Juan Mauricio Rojas, Noel Vilegas, Bernice Cruz, Angel Luis Cruz Perez, Ariel Jose Colon, our families and friends, the bands who played that night and the people who showed up to support them.
This is the first proper Rojo y Negro relase. A cassette featuring the Descojon Urbano 1991 demos and other material recorded in a home studio in 1992. This was issued on Fuera de Orden/Rojo y Negro Records. This was found on the internet and recorded from a cassette so the quality might not be the best and it is presented for archival purposes and to give you an idea of what we sounded like. Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Puerto Rico.
Credits: David Castro – guitar, Sammy Fisher – samples, piano, Gerald – Keyboards, Peter López – Voice, José E. Román – Throat, De-programming, Bass, Javier Valentin – guitar, Millo Vélez – guitar.
O.P.A.L. for this performance was Carlos Hernandez Domenech and Jose E.Roman Garcia and this piece was exclusively made for the fifth edition of the San Juan Noise Fest held at Executive Manolo on November the 19th 2009. Loops, noise, samples, played and manipulated by O.P.A.L. It was recorded by Angel Luis Cruz Perez and we thank all the artists who performed there, the Executive Manolo staff and Jorge Castro for inviting us to play. Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0.
Recordings made prior and after Descojon Urbano’s demise that took a differente mindset. Jose E. Roman’s band at the time took the name Hijos de Cain and decided to make their sound harsher. New personnell and new songs covering from 1994-1997. Creative Commons license: Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Puerto Rico.
Our label’s first release back in 1994. Lo-fi cyber-fueled political punk rock. Reissued for your pleasure. Enjoy! Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Puerto Rico.