Talk:¡¡Que Corra La Voz‼

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Track synopsis[edit]

Have started this draft version of track synopses (long term project) on the talk page rather than on the article page until I get some sort of feedback from the teeming millions (to quote Cecil Adams). Please add to it liberally. 83.191.85.245 10:58, 28 November 2006 (UTC)

1. "Estampida"

2. "Consumo gusto"

3. "Welcome to hell" - against the death penalty, in general, and in the USA, specifically.

4. "Casposos"

5. "Niño soldado" - the plight of soldier children while the world stands(sits) by and does nothing - except sit in front of the TV and watch "El Gran Hermano".

6. "Intifada"

7. "McDollar" - According to the song, even in Somalia, one of many countries in the 21st Century in which people die of hunger, there are fast food establishments selling their wares. A Wikipedia article List of countries with McDonald's franchises, suggests that Somalia is not one of the 99 countries (of a total of 202 countries in the world) which have a Mac franchise, but although the specific reference might be incorrect, the idea is clear and still stands.

8. "Solamente por pensar"

9. "Insensibilidad"

10. "Esquirol" - blackleg

11. "El olvidado"

12. "Mis colegas"

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