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Turista del Amor

by Jotdog

Turista del Amor by Jotdog

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Turista del Amor

by Jotdog

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Label: OCESA Seitrack
With a fantastic name (say it like the food), a fabulous album title and a deliciously campy cover to match, one might expect this Mexican outfit to be kind of zany. But their second album delivers pretty straight-up (and quite pretty) electro-pop. Gauzy beats, shimmering synths and Maria Barracuda's sexy, ice queen vocals make every track sound like a soundtrack for beautiful people's lives. But it's also fun when the duo takes off in weirder directions, like the hints of spaghetti western on "Corazon de Metal" or the creepy land of forgotten hip-hop toys that is "Ya Se Murio."

About This Album

With a fantastic name (say it like the food), a fabulous album title and a deliciously campy cover to match, one might expect this Mexican outfit to be kind of zany. But their second album delivers pretty straight-up (and quite pretty) electro-pop. Gauzy beats, shimmering synths and Maria Barracuda's sexy, ice queen vocals make every track sound like a soundtrack for beautiful people's lives. But it's also fun when the duo takes off in weirder directions, like the hints of spaghetti western on "Corazon de Metal" or the creepy land of forgotten hip-hop toys that is "Ya Se Murio."

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About This Album

With a fantastic name (say it like the food), a fabulous album title and a deliciously campy cover to match, one might expect this Mexican outfit to be kind of zany. But their second album delivers pretty straight-up (and quite pretty) electro-pop. Gauzy beats, shimmering synths and Maria Barracuda's sexy, ice queen vocals make every track sound like a soundtrack for beautiful people's lives. But it's also fun when the duo takes off in weirder directions, like the hints of spaghetti western on "Corazon de Metal" or the creepy land of forgotten hip-hop toys that is "Ya Se Murio."