Corre, corre

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Leño is the third and last studio album by Spanish Hard rock band Leño. It was produced by Carlos Nerea and published by Chapa Discos in 1982.

Corre, Corre
Corre, Corre.jpg
Studio album by
Released1982
RecordedFebruary 1982, Kingsway records, United Kingdom
GenreHard Rock
Rock and roll
Length30:28
LabelChapa Discos
ProducerCarlos Nerea
Leño chronology
Más madera
(1981)
Corre, Corre
(1982)
Vivo '83
(2006)

It was recorded at Ian Gillan's recording studio located in London, with the production of Carlos Narea. There are notable songs included such as Sorprendente or ¡Qué desilusión!. The intention was to achieve prestige both inside and outside Spain but when the critics of Kerrang! evaluated the album, the result was awful. Some of them claimed that was impossible to rate the album because of the language.[citation needed]

The album was ranked number 19 on Rolling Stone's "50 Greatest Spanish rock albums".[1] The Spanish magazine Efe Eme ranked Corre, corre as the 129th best Spanish rock album ever.[2]

Track listingEdit

Side one
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."¡Corre, Corre!"Rosendo Mercado / Tony Urbano / Ramiro Penas3:23
2."Sorprendente"Rosendo Mercado / Tony Urbano / Ramiro Penas4:05
3."No Se Vende El Rock & Roll"Rosendo Mercado / Tony Urbano / Ramiro Penas3:09
4."La Fina"Rosendo Mercado / Tony Urbano / Ramiro Penas4:49
Side two
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
5."¡Que Tire La Toalla!"Rosendo Mercado / Tony Urbano / Ramiro Penas4:10
6."Entre Las Cejas"Rosendo Mercado / Tony Urbano / Ramiro Penas3:30
7."No lo entiendo"Rosendo Mercado / Tony Urbano / Ramiro Penas3:26
8."¡Qué Desilusión!"Rosendo Mercado / Tony Urbano / Ramiro Penas3:42

PersonnelEdit

Leño
  • Rosendo Mercado: Guitar and vocals
  • Ramiro Penas: Drums and backing vocals
  • Tony Urbano: Bass guitar and backing vocals

Chart performanceEdit

Chart (2006) Peak
position
Spanish Album Charts[3] 90

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-07-26. Retrieved 2013-09-03.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ "Los 100 mejores discos de la historia del pop español". Efe Eme (in Spanish) (50). July–August 2003.
  3. ^ http://spanishcharts.com/showitem.asp?interpret=Le%F1o&titel=Corre%2C+corre&cat=a

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