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Wednesday, March 06, 2019

Kinky - "Reina (Album Stream)" [Pop, Album Streams]

Reina (Album Stream)

"Reina (Album Stream)" music video by Kinky
Added on 06-03-2019
Genre : Pop, Album Streams
Description : Kinky - Reina (Full Album Stream)

Tracklist:

Mexican Radio 0:00
Sister Twisted 3:52
I Say Hey 7:08
Una Linea de Luz 10:14
Again and so On 13:50
How Do They Do That? 16:29
León 19:06
Monday Killer 22:53
A Dónde Van los Muertos? 26:37
Lay Back 30:54
Nothing Really 34:41
Uruapan Breaks 38:19
Spin That Wine 40:40
A Dónde Van los Muertos? (Brazilian Girls Remix) 43:49


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Kinky is a Mexican rock band, formed in 1998 as part of the Avanzada Regia musical movement and consisting of Gilberto Cerezo, Ulises Lozano, Carlos Chairez, Omar Góngora, and Cesar Pliego. Although a majority of songs are sung in Spanish, some songs contain English lyrics. Since the release of their studio album, Kinky has been signed with Sonic360 Records.

In mid-2006, the band released Reina in an attempt to return to their electronic sound. Singles in the U.S. included "Sister Twisted" and "Uruapan Breaks"; in Mexico and Latin America, the song "A Dónde Van Los Muertos?" became a massive hit. Other Latin American singles included "León" and "Una Línea de Luz".

Reina is a self produced album by the Mexican electropop band Kinky. It was released on September 5, 2006 on Nettwerk. The album's lyrics are sung more in English than Spanish, unlike Kinky's two preceding albums, Kinky (2002) and Atlas (2003). Reina is a mixture of many musical styles with electronica, Latin percussion, traditional Mexican accordion, heavy rock electric guitars and bass guitars all occupying the same musical space. Guest singer Colin Hay of Men at Work provides guest vocals on "Monday Killer." "How Do They Do That?" has even drawn comparisons to the 1990s American alternative rock group Morphine.

Tags : 2006, 00s, Kinky

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