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Destrangis Review

by Jason Birchmeier

Though less successful than the Spanish duo's 1999 eponymous album debut, Estopa's second album, Destrangis (2001), was nonetheless a huge hit for the Latin rock band from Cornellà, Spain, whose style draws from rhumba as well as flamenco traditions. Highlights of the 13-track album include the singles "Partiendo la Pana" and "Vino Tinto." A retitled edition of the album, Más Destrangis (2002), adds three new songs: a pair of live recordings, "El Yonki" and "Madre," and a studio recording, "Quieto Parao."

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