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Los De Abajo - LDA V The Lunatics

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  1. LDA v. the Lunatics Los de Abajo. Los de Abajo Los de Abajo ("The Ones From Below") is the official supporters group of Universidad de Chile. They are one of the biggest groups of supporters in Chile.
  2. Oct 31,  · Provided to YouTube by RealWorldRecords A la Orillita · Los de Abajo LDA V The Lunatics ℗ Real World Records Ltd Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. Listen to albums and songs from Los De Abajo. Join Napster and access full-length songs on your phone, computer or home audio device. Taking their name from a classic novel about the Mexican revolution, Los De Abajo formed in Mexico City in the s with the intention of exploring the ska-punk sound so popular at the time.
  4. Los de Abajo, the band, their name taken from Mexican writer Mariano Azuela’s novel of the same name, forged their identity on a revolutionary spirit, playing at students’ and workers’ rallies, with artists, Zapatista soldiers, gay and women’s rights movements, and many other groups of free-thinkers from outside the mainstream.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for LDA v. the Lunatics - Los de Abajo on AllMusic - - The third release on the international market Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for LDA v. the Lunatics - Los de Abajo on AllMusic - - The third release on the international market 8/
  6. Los de Abajo are a band from Mexico City founded in as a Latin ska four-piece. Since then they have expanded to eight members and widened their musical influences to include rock, salsa, reggae, ska, cumbia, Son Jarocho and banda sinaloense.
  7. Sep 21,  · LDA v The Lunatics is one of the more glorious moments in the history of clashes between global music styles and the best album Los de Abajo made thus far. The Latin ska band collide with global dance act Temple of Sound in a recording studio in Mexico City with explosive results.
  8. Springing out of Mexico City's increasingly fertile punk underground, Los de Abajo was formed by drummer Yocu Arellano and singer Liber Terán. Originally playing salsa punk, the group became increasingly political and punk-inspired during

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