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45

Number of discs: 1
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PartNumber: 3 3 00236262
Jaguares releases `45', their first studio album in three years. Time they spent successfully touring throughout Mexico, United States, Central and South America. "45" was produced by Saul Hernandez (Vocals, Guitar, Songwriter) and Alfonso Andre (Drums), with the collaboration of Howard Willing. Jaguares' current line-up also includes, Cesar "Vampiro "Lopez (guitar) and Marco Renteria (Bass) . And as a special guest in the album, Diego Herrera (keyboards). Recorded in Los Angeles and Mexico in June, and mixed in Nashville by Dave Thoener, `45' presents 10 songs that will surprise all of those who think they know what to expect from Jaguares.

Espanol:

Jaguares de prensa 45 ', su primer album de estudio en tres anos. Tiempo que pasaron con exito gira por todo Mexico, Estados Unidos, America Central y del Sur. "45" fue producido por Saul Hernandez (Voz, Guitarra, Songwriter) y Alfonso Andre (Bateria), con la colaboracion de Howard Dispuesto. Jaguares' linea actual-hasta incluye tambien, Cesar "Vampiro" Lopez (guitarra) y Marco Renteria (bajo). Y como invitado especial en el album, Diego Herrera (teclados). Grabado en Los Angeles y en junio de Mexico, y mezclado en Nashville por Dave Thoener, `45 'presenta 10 canciones que va a sorprender a todos aquellos que piensan que saben que esperar de Jaguares.

Alive 2007

Number of discs: 1
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Model: 27597669
PartNumber: 5099950984121
Recorded at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, an 18,000-capacity sports arena in Paris, on June 14th, 2007. The CD captures the exuberant multi-media spectacle of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo's first hometown show in 10 years in front of a capacity crowd of thrilled fans.
For fans of brazen electronic music, few acts offer the longevity, consistency, and booty-shakin' insistence of Daft Punk. In a kind of tenth anniversary celebration of the Parisian duo's limited-edition live album Alive 1997, Alive 2007 captures a long and sweaty concert performed before 18,000 hometown fans. There's almost nothing by way of original material here, though the performance culls all of Daft Punk's many notable singles from their uncompromising debut, Homework, the merciless Human After All; and the opulent, seminal Discovery (including lead single "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger," which garnered renewed fame as the predominant sample buoying "Stronger," from rapper Kanye West's third album, Graduation). Regardless, devoted Parisians had weathered a full decade without a live performance, and the ecstatic, roof-raising release captured in this recording testifies to Daft Punk's inimitable position as one of the world's top electro-house phenomena. More importantly, perhaps, by fusing two or more "songs" per "track," Alive 2007 pulls off what 2003's remix/rarities album, "Daft Club," could not: namely, mixing the band's back catalogue with the kinetic fervor it deserves. At the end of the day (or the decade), no one does Daft Punk like Daft Punk. --Jason Kirk

Alive 2007

Number of discs: 1
Rated:
PartNumber: 5099950984121
Recorded at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, an 18,000-capacity sports arena in Paris, on June 14th, 2007. The CD captures the exuberant multi-media spectacle of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo's first hometown show in 10 years in front of a capacity crowd of thrilled fans.
For fans of brazen electronic music, few acts offer the longevity, consistency, and booty-shakin' insistence of Daft Punk. In a kind of tenth anniversary celebration of the Parisian duo's limited-edition live album Alive 1997, Alive 2007 captures a long and sweaty concert performed before 18,000 hometown fans. There's almost nothing by way of original material here, though the performance culls all of Daft Punk's many notable singles from their uncompromising debut, Homework, the merciless Human After All; and the opulent, seminal Discovery (including lead single "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger," which garnered renewed fame as the predominant sample buoying "Stronger," from rapper Kanye West's third album, Graduation). Regardless, devoted Parisians had weathered a full decade without a live performance, and the ecstatic, roof-raising release captured in this recording testifies to Daft Punk's inimitable position as one of the world's top electro-house phenomena. More importantly, perhaps, by fusing two or more "songs" per "track," Alive 2007 pulls off what 2003's remix/rarities album, "Daft Club," could not: namely, mixing the band's back catalogue with the kinetic fervor it deserves. At the end of the day (or the decade), no one does Daft Punk like Daft Punk. --Jason Kirk