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The Pre End Of The World Soundtrack

by A Band of Bitches

The Pre End Of The World Soundtrack by A Band of Bitches

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The Pre End Of The World Soundtrack

by A Band of Bitches

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Label: Sony Music Latin
Everything about this group is meant to shock. There's that name and the awesome album title, plus a lead single ("Noreste Caliente") that takes banda, rock, hip-hop and electronic and lights it all on fire. Then there's the band, which consists of "industry vets" in masks who won't reveal their identities (and may or may not be bitches). But their debut is much less mysterious, consisting of solid, party-happy electro takes on everything from mambo to post-punk to the Gaza strip (for real). Nothing as incendiary as that single, but it's all good, fun and, well, pretty normal electro-pop.

About This Album

Everything about this group is meant to shock. There's that name and the awesome album title, plus a lead single ("Noreste Caliente") that takes banda, rock, hip-hop and electronic and lights it all on fire. Then there's the band, which consists of "industry vets" in masks who won't reveal their identities (and may or may not be bitches). But their debut is much less mysterious, consisting of solid, party-happy electro takes on everything from mambo to post-punk to the Gaza strip (for real). Nothing as incendiary as that single, but it's all good, fun and, well, pretty normal electro-pop.

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About This Album

Everything about this group is meant to shock. There's that name and the awesome album title, plus a lead single ("Noreste Caliente") that takes banda, rock, hip-hop and electronic and lights it all on fire. Then there's the band, which consists of "industry vets" in masks who won't reveal their identities (and may or may not be bitches). But their debut is much less mysterious, consisting of solid, party-happy electro takes on everything from mambo to post-punk to the Gaza strip (for real). Nothing as incendiary as that single, but it's all good, fun and, well, pretty normal electro-pop.