Méjico Máxico

Méjico Máxico
Méjico Máxico
Studio album by Mexican Institute of Sound
Released January 24, 2006
Recorded 2006
Genre Electronic
Label Nacional Records
Producer Camilo Lara
Mexican Institute of Sound chronology
Méjico Máxico
(2006)
Piñata
(2007)

Méjico Máxico is the debut album of Mexican Institute of Sound, a one-man band led by Camilo Lara. The album contains 15 tracks which sample sounds as diverse as Mexican and Latin American folk music. Music magazine editors have described the band as one of the biggest pioneers of Mexican Electronica.[1]

The album has received plenty of praise upon release and some critics have drawn LCD Soundsystem as one of its main influences. [2]

Track listing

  1. Bienvenidos A Mi Disco
  2. OK!
  3. Mirando A Las Muchachas
  4. Jaja Pipi
  5. Buena Idea
  6. Drume Negrita
  7. CyberMambo
  8. Juan Rulfo
  9. Corasound
  10. Canción De Amor Para Mi Futura Novia
  11. Sabrosa
  12. Hey Tia!
  13. Que Rico
  14. Dub-A El Tiempo Es Muy Largo
  15. No Hay Masa Ya

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