Pedrá is an album by musicians from different bands, signed as Extremoduro. It contains just one song. At first, it would be the first album of the "Pedrá" project. However, just one label, DRO, accepted to release, but the group name should be "Extremoduro", its lyrics contains around 180 verses. PedráRoberto Iniesta "Robe" - vocals, Guitars José Luis Nieto "Selu" - Sax Joserra "Gary" Garitaonandia - drums Iñaki "Uoho" Antón - Guitars, Keys Diego Garay'Dieguillo' - BassAdditional personnelFito Cabrales - Guitar Ramone - Vocals Extremoduro official website
Material Defectuoso is the tenth studio album by Spanish hard rock band Extremoduro. It was produced by Iñaki "Uoho" Antón, released on 24 May 2011; the first single "Tango Suicida" was released on 17 May 2011. ExtremoduroRoberto "Robe" Iniesta – vocals, chorus on #01, 03, 06 Iñaki "Uoho" Antón – guitars, bass on #03, 04. Rolling Stone Spain claimed that the album is innovative; however Allmusic complained, good but so relaxed. Extremoduro official website
Roberto Iniesta Ojea known as Robe. He is the frontman of the rock band Extremoduro. Roberto Iniesta Ojea was born on 16 May 1962 in Plasencia. After having left school with a third class Baccalaureate, he worked with his father. At the age of twenty he began writing songs and he formed his first band, Dosis Letal. In 1987, he formed the band that brought him fame, they didn't have enough money for recording a studio album so they sold tickets that would be exchanged for the album. When they sold 250 tickets they had earned enough money to afford the recording. In January 1989 they started the recording of their first demo tape; the distribution of the demo tape began to attract attention inside and outside their home region of Plasencia. In 1996 he shot to fame in a massive way in Spain due to the release of Agila; that same year he received the news of the death of his father. The entrance to the band of guitarist and producer Iñaki "Uoho" Antón, at that time belonging to rock and roll band Platero y Tú, was a turning point in the history of the band.
They toured along with Platero y Tú that year. He joined Fito Cabrales, Iñaki Antón to form the supergroup Extrechinato y Tú. After five years of recording sessions, playing music inspired by lyrics written by urban poet Manolo Chinato the album Poesía Básica was released in 2001. In 2006 he created the record label Muxik along with Iñaki Antón, he wrote his first novel, El viaje íntimo de la locura, released on 28 September 2009. The novel sold 10000 copies in just over a week. Lo que aletea en nuestras cabezas Destrozares. Canciones para el final de los tiempos Rock Transgresivo Somos unos Animales Deltoya ¿Dónde Están Mis Amigos? Pedrá Agila Iros Todos a Tomar por Culo Canciones Prohibidas Yo, Minoría Absoluta Grandes éxitos y fracasos Grandes éxitos y fracasos La Ley Innata Material Defectuoso Para Todos los Públicos Poesía básica El víaje íntimo de la locura Staff. "La pluma de Extremoduro". El País. Ediciones El Pais. Retrieved 10 July 2010
Inconscientes are a Spanish hard rock band founded by Iñaki "Uoho" Antón, former guitarist of Platero y Tú and current guitarist of Extremoduro. Their music style resembles the aforementioned bands influenced by classic rock bands such as Deep Purple or Status Quo. At late 2006, Extremoduro's frontman Roberto Iniesta declared that he was uninspired and the band wouldn't tour or released new albums. However, Iñaki Antón decided to form a new band parallel to Extremoduro. Antón who had created his own label Muxik in order to release albums of new rock bands, he joined to his band mates Miguel Colino and José Ignacio Cantera and a new rock vocalist, bandmember of Memoria de Pez, Jon Calvo. At first, the band would be named as La Inconsciencia de Uoho but was changed to Inconscientes; the album was recorded at Antón's home studio located in Vizcaya and was mastered by Tony Cousins in London. The recording lasted from December 10, 2006 to January 21, 2007, their first studio album La Inconsciencia de Uoho was released in February 27, 2007 under Muxik label.
The tour began on March 16 at the Sagarrondotik Festival in Hernani. During their tour, there were collaborations of Juantxu Olano, poet Manolo Chinato and José Alberto Batiz, they covered songs of Platero y Tú, Extremoduro and Extrechinato y Tú, in addition to playing their own songs. Iñaki "Uoho" Antón - Guitar Jon Calvo - Vocals and Guitar Miguel Colino - Bass José Ignacio Cantera - Drums
Latin America is a group of countries and dependencies in the Western Hemisphere where Romance languages such as Spanish and French are predominantly spoken. The term "Latin America" was first used in an 1856 conference with the title "Initiative of the America. Idea for a Federal Congress of the Republics", by the Chilean politician Francisco Bilbao; the term was used by Napoleon III's French government in the 1860s as Amérique latine to consider French-speaking territories in the Americas, along with the larger group of countries where Spanish and Portuguese languages prevailed, including the Spanish-speaking portions of the United States Today, areas of Canada and the United States where Spanish and French are predominant are not included in definitions of Latin America. Latin America consists of 13 dependencies and 20 countries which cover an area that stretches from the northern border of Mexico to the southern tip of South America, including the Caribbean, it has an area of 19,197,000 km2 13% of the Earth's land surface area.
As of 2016, its population was estimated at more than 639 million and in 2014, Latin America had a combined nominal GDP of US$5,573,397 million and a GDP PPP of 7,531,585 million USD. The idea that a part of the Americas has a linguistic affinity with the Romance cultures as a whole can be traced back to the 1830s, in the writing of the French Saint-Simonian Michel Chevalier, who postulated that this part of the Americas was inhabited by people of a "Latin race", that it could, ally itself with "Latin Europe" overlapping the Latin Church, in a struggle with "Teutonic Europe", "Anglo-Saxon America" and "Slavic Europe". Further investigations of the concept of Latin America are by Michel Gobat in the American Historical Review, the studies of Leslie Bethell, the monograph by Mauricio Tenorio-Trillo, Latin America: The Allure and Power of an Idea. Historian John Leddy Phelan (located the origins of “Latin America” in the French occupation of Mexico, his argument is that French imperialists used the concept of "Latin" America as a way to counter British imperialism, as well as to challenge the German threat to France.
The idea of a "Latin race" was taken up by Latin American intellectuals and political leaders of the mid- and late-nineteenth century, who no longer looked to Spain or Portugal as cultural models, but rather to France. French ruler Napoleon III had a strong interest in extending French commercial and political power in the region he and his business promoter Felix Belly called “Latin America” to emphasize the shared Latin background of France with the former colonies of Spain and Portugal; this led to Napoleon's failed attempt to take military control of Mexico in the 1860s. However, though Phelan thesis is still mentioned in the U. S. academy, two Latin American historians, the Uruguayan Arturo Ardao and the Chilean Miguel Rojas Mix proved decades ago that the term "Latin America" was used earlier than Phelan claimed, the first use of the term was opposite to support imperialist projects in the Americas. Ardao wrote about this subject in his book Génesis de la idea y el nombre de América latina, Miguel Rojas Mix in his article "Bilbao y el hallazgo de América latina: Unión continental, socialista y libertaria".
As Michel Gobat reminds in his article "The Invention of Latin America: A Transnational History of Anti-Imperialism and Race", "Arturo Ardao, Miguel Rojas Mix, Aims McGuinness have revealed the term'Latin America' had been used in 1856 by Central and South Americans protesting U. S. expansion into the Southern Hemisphere". Edward Shawcross summarizes Ardao's and Rojas Mix's findings in the following way: "Ardao identified the term in a poem by a Colombian diplomat and intellectual resident in France, José María Torres Caicedo, published on 15 February 1857 in a French based Spanish-language newspaper, while Rojas Mix located it in a speech delivered in France by the radical liberal Chilean politician Francisco Bilbao in June 1856". So, regarding when the words "Latin" and "America" were combined for the first time in a printed work, the term "Latin America" was first used in 1856 in a conference by the Chilean politician Francisco Bilbao in Paris; the conference had the title "Initiative of the America.
Idea for a Federal Congress of Republics." The following year the Colombian writer José María Torres Caicedo used the term in his poem "The Two Americas". Two events related with the U. S. played a central role in both works. The first event happened less than a decade before the publication of Bilbao's and Torres Caicedo works: the Mexican–American War, after which Mexico lost a third of its territory; the second event, the Walker affair, happened the same year both works were written: the decision by U. S. president Franklin Pierce to recognize the regime established in Nicaragua by American William Walker and his band of filibusters who ruled Nicaragua for nearly a year and attempted to reinstate slavery there, where it had been abolished for three decades In both Bilbao's and Torres Caicedo's works, the Mexican-American War and Walker's expedition to Nicaragua are explicitly mentioned as examples of dangers for the region. For Bilbao, "Latin America" w
Deltoya is the third studio album by Spanish hard rock band Extremoduro. It was produced by Extremoduro and published by Dro Records in 1992; the album has a more erotic—and less social—theme than the previous discs, most of the lyrics are adaptations of the poems by Kiko "Luna Creciente", Tomás Rodríguez and Manolo Chinato. The album includes the voices and participation of other artists, such as Argentinian singer and guitarist Ariel Rot in "Volando solo". 2011 edition bonus tracks. ExtremoduroRobe Iniesta – Guitar and vocals Salo – Guitar Carlos "el Sucio" – Bass Luis "von Fanta" – DrumsAdditional personnelMaría – Vocals on Sol de Invierno, Con un Latido del Reloj, Papel Secante and Ama, Ama y Ensancha el Alma Belén – Vocals on Sol de Invierno, Con un Latido del Reloj, Papel Secante and Ama, Ama y Ensancha el Alma Salvador – Guitar on De Acero and Relación Convencional Rafa Kas – Guitar and vocals on Lucha Contigo Ariel Rot – Guitar on Volando Sólo Luisma – Vocals on Papel Secante Extremoduro official website
The Day of the Beast
The Day of the Beast is a 1995 Spanish black comedy horror film co-written and directed by Álex de la Iglesia and starring Álex Angulo, Armando De Razza and Santiago Segura. Both Maria Grazia Cucinotta and El Gran Wyoming have small roles in the film as well; the film was well received by critics and audiences in its country, sparked interest in de la Iglesia's filmography and style of directing. Angel, a Basque priest and professor of theology, confesses to another priest that he intends to commit as much evil as he can; the other priest is shocked. When the other priest agrees to help him, a large cross crushes him. Angel goes into downtown Madrid, committing various sins and crimes such as taking money from a homeless man, pushing a street performer over, telling a dying man to go to Hell and stealing his wallet, he goes to a record store and meets Jose Maria, a self-described Satanist and heavy metal fan, who gives him a tape of the most "evil" band he can think of. Jose puts Angel up in his mother's boarding house where he lives with his mother and Mina, a woman he is attracted to that helps his mother with the business.
Angel attempts to steal a book from a book store written by occult TV show host Professor Cavan, who he believes can tell him how to sell his soul to Satan. He tries to explain to the store manager his theory: a secret code in the Bible says that the Antichrist will be born at midnight on Christmas Eve, he intends to sell his soul before the night is out to get into the birth ceremony and kill the Antichrist; the store manager does not believe him and he flees. Angel and Jose team up to kidnap and tie up Cavan, who they intimidate into telling them how to complete a ritual in which Angel can sell his soul to the Devil; the ritual requires the blood of a virgin, so Angel first tries to get it from Cavan's girlfriend Susana, but after knocking her out by mistake, Cavan admits that she is not a virgin. Angel goes back to the boarding house, drugs Mina, draws some of her blood, but Jose's mother sees him and tries to kill him with a shotgun. Angel accidentally kills Jose's mother in the process.
Angel and Cavan are able to burn a piece of paper, take LSD, complete the ritual, which Cavan believes - like most of his "occult" practices" - is made up. However, a goat appears in the room and stands on its hind legs in front of Angel disappears. Angel finds a message in the burnt scraps of paper in which the devil taunts him, not fooled by Angel's actions. Angel and Cavan flee the apartment when the police arrive on suspicion of Cavan's kidnapping. Angel and Jose frantically drive around town looking for a sign to point Angel in the right direction. Angel first tries to get the information on the birth of the Antichrist out of a man giving a speech about the predictions of Nostradamus, resulting in a chase in which three men dressed as the Wise Men are shot by police by mistake, he tries to find the information at a heavy metal show, but is beaten up by the attendees. Cavan goes on television and asks Angel to call him, telling him that he's realized Angel was right and he knows where the birth of the Antichrist will be.
Cavan points out that the devil uses his own markings, similar yet opposite to the Christian cross, in order to mock God, points them toward a pair of buildings in the same shape of the devil's mark. The three men engage in a fight with a gang that has holed up there and has been seen throughout the film murdering homeless people and spray painting "limpia Madrid" everywhere, their leader is revealed as the devil. The gang beats Cavan badly, but Angel gets hold of a gun and kills the gang killing a baby who he realizes is the Antichrist, he shoots the devil as well. Some time another actor takes over Cavan's show, Angel and Cavan become homeless drifters. Álex Angulo as Father Ángel Berriartúa Armando De Razza as Professor Cavan Santiago Segura as José María Terele Pávez as Rosario Nathalie Seseña as Mina Maria Grazia Cucinotta as Susana Jaime Blanch Antonio Dechent Saturnino Garcia Ramon Agirre El Gran Wyoming Jimmy Barnatan, as possessed child The Day of the Beast on IMDb The Day of the Beast at AllMovie