Title: Grandes Exitos
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This album is an excellent summary of the group's hits and album highlights between 1986 and 1989, the CBS period. The most popular song are included here: "La Muralla Verde," "Tus Viejas Cartas," "Guitarras Blancas," "Cada Vez Que Digo Adiós," "Te Vi en un Tren," and the band's cover of "El Extraño de Pelo Largo. The album closes with four tracks extracted from Marciano Cantero's album Beat Club, which was released in 1991. 20 Grandes Exitos is a solid and comprehensive collection of the band's material.
Lamento Boliviano, 03:43. Mejor No Hablemos de Amor, 03:31. Eterna Soledad, 02:54. Tan Solo un Instante, 03:24.
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Los Enanitos Verdes – Grandes Exitos. Label: EMI – 7243 4 99640 2 0. Series: Grandes Exitos (2) –, Serie De Oro Rock –. Format: CD, Compilation.
Enanitos Verdes (Literally "Little green dwarfs", roughly equivalent to the English phrase "Little green men") is a rock trio from Argentina, formed in 1979 in the city of Mendoza. The band started in 1984, with Marciano Cantero (bass guitar, keyboards and vocals), Felipe Staiti (guitar) and Daniel Piccolo drums. As a quintet they published the disc Los Enanitos Verdes, with the hit "Aún sigo cantando" ("I'm still singing"). Embrioni left the band in 1985. In 1986 they published their second album, entitled Contrarreloj (Counterclockwise), with the artistic production of Andrés Calamaro. The album included songs such as "Tus viejas cartas" ("Your old letters"), "Cada vez que digo adiós" ("Every time I say goodbye"), and "La muralla verde" ("The green wall").
Los Enanitos Verdes (The Little Green Men, 1984, vinyl and cassette tape only, for Mordisco label). Contrareloj (Counterclock, 1986, their first album for Sony BMG). Habitaciones Extrañas (Strange Rooms, 1987). Había una Vez (Once Upon a Time, 1989, last album for Sony BMG Argentina). Igual que Ayer (Just Like Yesterday, gold album, 1992, first album for EMI). Big Bang (1994, platinum album). 20 Grandes Éxitos (20 Greatest Hits, 1995). Guerra Gaucha (Gaucho War, 1996). Planetario (Planetarium, 1997). Tracción Acústica (Acoustic Traction, 1998). Néctar (Nectar, 1999)
Los Enanitos Verdes’ debut self-titled release arrived in 1984 on the label Mordisco. The album spawned the hit single Aún sigo Cantando, however marked the departure of Embrioni a year later. The band’s follow-up, 1986’s Contrareloj produced by Andrés Calamaro, saw Los Enanitos Verdes cover more original ground and produce the hits Tus Viejas Cartas, Cada vez que digo Adiós, and La muralla Verde. Produced by Calamaro once again, the band’s third album Habitaciones extrañas was issued by Sony Music in 1987. The band subsequently released the compilation 20 Grandes Éxitos in 1995, the candid Guerra Gaucha in 1996, Planetario in 1997, Tracción Acústica in 1998, and the Grammy-nominated Néctar in 1999. In 2000 Los Enanitos Verdes toured alongside Molotov, Aterciopelados, and Café Tacuba as a part of the 17-date Watcha Tour.
|Viver Sin Tu Amor|
|Igual Que Ayer|
|Mejor Que No Hablemos De Amor|
|Siglos De Amor|
|Era Un Angel|
|La Luz De Tu Mirar|
|Tan Solo Un Instante|
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