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D35C0J0N UR84N0 – Absurdistan EP [RYN027]

Brand new EP from Descojon Urbano just in time to celebrate their 20th anniversary as a band. Three brand spanking new tunes for your listening pleasure or discomfort. Songs about divine punishment, wargames and zombies. Released 21 January 2011

Guitar – Rafael Arroyo
Guitar – Luis Santiago
Throat and (De)Programming – Jose E. Roman
Cover by @streakerism and Jose E. Roman
All songs written by Descojon Urbano
Date: 01-21-2011

Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Puerto Rico

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D35C0J0N UR84N0 – Plus Ca Change, C’est La Meme Merde [RYN026]

Descojon Urbano reunited in the summer of 2010 at the behest of their friends of Nalgada de Oro. Once they reunited they decided to work on old material and new songs as well. These are 10 songs culled from the 1991-1994 and Hijos de Cain’s Cristales Rotos records re-recorded and re-created for your pleasure. Enjoy! Rafael Arroyo – guitar, Jose E. Roman – throat, de-programming, Luis Santiago – guitar

Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Puerto Rico

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Hijos de Caín – Mujer Satánica [RYN016]

A lost little gem from the Hijos de Cain’s Cristales Rotos recording sessions basically one of the songs that for one reason or another didn’t make the cut for the Hijos De Cain CD (possibly time and subject related. yeah, even for us), but thanks to Rafael Arroyo who had a copy handy. This was written in a pinch by Jose Ramon Jimenez and Jose E. Roman and then Rafy Arroyo and Luis Santiago added their guitars when we did the recording. A very sordid tale of a one-night stand gone very, very, very wrong.  Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Puerto Rico.

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Hijos de Cain – Cristales Rotos [RYN002]

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.

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