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Everything in it's right place by Marco Sanguinetti

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Album Title: Cómo Desaparecer Completamente (How to Disappear Completely)
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016


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About the Album

“Cómo desaparecer completamente” is the double album of the project Sanguinetti plays Radiohead. The band (piano, DJ, drums, guitar and vocals) develops their very personal and somewhat argentinized versions. Through 16 songs, almost 90 minutes, all albums released by the British band are represented. Sanguinetti repeated the successful team of his previous independent production (album “8”, released on vinyl in early 2014): Mariano “Manza” Esain in charge of recording, producing and mixing, Andrés Mayo in mastering, and Laura Varsky in packaging design. Sanguinetti plays Radiohead are: Marco Sanguinetti (piano and harmonium) + DJ Migma (turntable) + Tomás Babjaczuk (drums) + Pablo Butelman (guitar) + Milena L’Argentiere (voice).

Track Listing

CD1: Airbag; Everything in Its Right Place; Scatterbrain; We Suck Young Blood; Weird Fishes/Arpeggi; Black Star; I Might Be Wrong; Motion Picture Soundtrack. CD2: Creep; The National Anthem; Paranoid Android; Burn the Witch; Little by Little; How to Disappear Completely; Nude; Idioteque.


Additional Personnel

Marco Sanguinetti: piano and harmonium; Migma (Miguel Masllorens): turntable; Tomás Babjaczuk: drums; Pablo Butelman: guitar; Milena L’Argentiere: vocals.


Date featured

September 28, 2016

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