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Los Sospechos (Budos Band / Menahan Street Band) - Jano's Revenge - out now on Colemine Records



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Los Sospechos - Jano's Revenge
(7") Colemine Records CLMN 108, 2010-08-17

Have you ever been hurt, wronged, or shamed? Jano's Revenge will take you past that, deep into the dark, violent thoughts that follow. Haunting horn lines blare over an evil, dirty beat like the adrenaline rush before you draw first blood. After you've served up that cold plate of revenge, heat things up with Mirror Door a sweet horn melody relaxing on a full bed of organ swells. This serenade has both a drum machine and a drummer to makesure it hits all the right spots.

The Car-Del Production team first heard Los Sospechos at a tequila distillery, just outside of Las Cruces, New Mexico. They knew immediately that this band would be the perfect fit for the soundtrack to the feature film Postales. With contributions from members of The Budos Band and Menahan Street Band, the raw and jagged sound of Los Sospechos can be both tough and tender. Working perfectly with themes from Postales to dig into the soul and guts of each character.

Fans of Budos Band and Menehan Street Band will be into what Los Sospechos< are putting down.

Los Sospechos Janos Revenge
Los Sospechos - Jano's Revenge
(7") Colemine Records CLMN 108, 2010-08-17

Two tracks from Car-Del productions coming from the soundtrack to the new film Postales. Full of emotion and pulling both Mexico and Brooklyn, these tracks have all the soul you've come to love from the Budos and Menehan boys.

Tracklisting :
A1. Jano's Revenge
B1. Mirror Door



Links :

thebudos.com
myspace.com/budosband

worlds-fair.net/menahan_street_band
myspace.com/dunhamrecords coleminerecords.com
myspace.com/coleminemusic
youtube.com/user/ColemineRecords
facebook.com/pages/Colemine-Records/27472848038

Press Release :
Have you ever been hurt, wronged, or shamed? Jano's Revenge will take you past that, deep into the dark, violent thoughts that follow. Haunting horn lines blare over an evil, dirty beat like the adrenaline rush before you draw first blood.

After you've served up that cold plate of revenge, heat things up with Mirror Door a sweet horn melody relaxing on a full bed of organ swells. This serenade has both a drum machine and a drummer to makesure it hits all the right spots.

About Los Sospechos :
The Car-Del Production team first heard Los Sospechos at a tequila distillery, just outside of Las Cruces, New Mexico. They knew immediately that this band would be the perfect fit for the soundtrack to the feature film Postales. With contributions from members of The Budos Band and Menahan Street Band, the raw and jagged sound of Los Sospechos can be both tough and tender. Working perfectly with themes from Postales to dig into the soul and guts of each character.

Fans of Budos Band and Menehan Street Band will be into what Los Sospechos are putting down.

Available digitally via: iTunes, Emusic, Wax Poetics

Los Sospechos mirror door
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