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Attaque 77

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Arrancacorazones Attaque 77 04:19
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No Me Arrepiento de Este Amor (En Vivo) Attaque 77 04:58
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Emerging out of the burgeoning Buenos Aires punk rock scene in 1987 amidst the genre’s international surge in popularity, Argentine group Attaque 77 was co-founded by a mixed bunch of friends and relatives, almost all of whom had previously played together in the band Cabeza de Navaja, although this original lineup would not last long. First testing the waters with a series of low-profile gigs and unreleased demos, predominantly featuring lyrics reflecting the plight of the working class, the group later approached record labels with a selection of their finest early works, securing a deal with Radio Trípoli Records in 1988. Making their debut appearance on wax later the same year as contributors to the punk compilation Invasión 88, they went on to release a debut album entitled Dulce Navidad (Sweet Christmas) in 1989. However, their second LP, 1990’s El Cielo Puede Esperar (Heaven Can Wait), would hold the key to their commercial breakthrough. Earning platinum certification in their home country, it produced a triple-platinum hit single in the form of “Hacelo Por Mi”, which doubled up as the theme for the 1991 TV show of the same name. The song marked a career high for the group, resulting in a deal with RCA/BMG. They have since continued to enjoy sustained success in Argentina, bagging coveted support slots for the likes of Iggy Pop, The Sex Pistols and The Ramones and releasing several more platinum-selling albums. Their thirteenth LP, Triángulo de Fuerza (Triangle of Force), arrived in 2019.