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  • Audio CD (April 19, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Sony U.S. Latin
  • ASIN: B00005B1ER
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #130,956 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Tu Calorro
2. La Raja De Tu Falda
3. Me Falta El Aliento
4. Tan Solo
5. Poquito A Poco
6. Suma Y Sigue
7. El Del Medio De Los Chichos
8. Como Camaron
9. Exiliado En El Lavabo
10. Estopa
11. Cacho A Cacho
12. Bossanova

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Spain's million-record-selling Estopa is the current Latin answer to America's boy-band craze. A little less clean, more husky, sexy, and street-smart, Estopa consists of Barcelona-born brothers David and Jose Manuel Munoz Calvo. Their 12-cut, self-titled debut, now available via domestic release, sallies forth with slick production, packaging, and promotion. Estopa energetically blends pop, rock, and rhumba for their contemporaries. The opening track, "Tu Calorro," is a catchy shake-your-bon-bon-friendly hit and illustrative of what makes them so popular in their home country. Moving from danceable beat to emotive ballad, the devilishly handsome brothers Estopa make music to get a groove on and to moon over, and will quite likely appeal to the audiences of Christina Aguilera and Ricky Martin, as well as devotees of the Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync. --Paige La Grone

Customer Reviews

Furthermore, there lyrics is truly poetic.
Aurora
Really fun and enjoyable stuff that you want to listen to over and over again.
M. Prentice
This band just hit 1 million copies sold in Spain and it is easy to see why.
Daniel Fernandez

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Aurora on January 30, 2002
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Being a Spaniard raised in the U.S. I think that I can truly, knowing both cultures, give a fair assessment of ESTOPA. I disagree with the man who reviewed ESTOPA as a mere boy band. This band is gritty, from Spain's urban working class culture, if they were from the UK they'd be gritty Eastender type guys, if they were a band from the US they'd be thought more as Third Eye Blind or the Counting Crows. However, they are none of these because they are from Spain so they have managed to mix soulful hardhitting rock tones with rumba flamenca. They have transformed "rock en español" from merely being rock sung in Spanish, to rock with real rumba flamenca backbeats and melded the actual two forms of music. Furthermore, there lyrics is truly poetic. Reading the lyrics alone without the music is a true pleasure. Not having been back in Spain over a year I had unfortunately missed this wonderful group. I saw there video on MTV in español and was hooked, not just by the music, and lyrics but also by the soulful, heart felt interpretation of David Muñoz. David si leés esto tienes una fan en EEUU que piensa que eres uno de los mas intensos interpretes en el mundo de la musica.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Fernandez on April 22, 2001
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This band just hit 1 million copies sold in Spain and it is easy to see why. Made up of the Munoz brothers (2 of them), they mix the Spanish Rhumba with Pop and Rock. Even some salsa is evident in one song. They have really come up with something quite distinctive and catchy. You can't but help sing their songs. I played it for a friend and we drove down a freeway with the windows opened and Estopa blaring... it felt so right. They are now in the elite one million sellers club with Rosana, Alejandro Sanz, La Oreja De Van Gogh, etc. Some songs are brilliantly straightforward such as "Tu Calorro" which is a brilliant Rhumba/pop hybrid. But then there are songs such as "Me Falta El Aliento" which starts off as a rock/pop ballad, but then once it hits the chorus becomes a hard hitting Rhumba which you cannot get out of your head. "Sume y Sigue" is a lovely salsa influenced track which again is so catchy will drive you nuts. But my favourite track is the perfectly executed "Poquito a Poco", Estopa's view on smoking. Taking from the point of a smoker it describes his feelings and why he does it and what it is doing it to him. The brilliance in it is not just the words but the way they sing it, the way the music perfectly matches the smoking mood. The lead singer changes his voice to emit a throat cancer victim when he sings the chorus, as well as the tempo becoming slower during the chorus. Ideas come together perfectly for this song and it really is something to behold. Estopa, gracias caballeros!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 24, 2002
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Estopa es uno de esos grupos que son realmente autenticos. Si mantienen su estilo personal tendran en mi a un seguidor incondicional. Su segundo disco es buenisimo, no os lo perdais.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Samuel Krikorian on July 25, 2002
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This album, together with Destrangis, their sophmore album, comprise one of the funkiest and funnest pop releases of the last two years. The Lyrics are funny but often deep and moving. The style is varied and the sound is flamenco but with a big twist. You dont have anything like this this in your collection, i guarantee it. Even the 30 second cuts you get on Amazon will give you some idea of what you are in for. Happy listening...
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 17, 2001
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Does the person who wrote the Amazon editorial review really know what Estopa is about? Yes, the band IS comprised of two men (brothers no less), but they are no where near being in the same genre or in the same style as America's "boy bands." In the world of "rock en español", these guys have proved to be like a much-needed, fresh breeze...an intoxicating sound. Not to mention the lyrics and vocals!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Watujel on July 27, 2001
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"Estopa" is one of those once- or twice-a-decade breakthroughs that tirelessly spins off hit after hit, vaults an act to superstardom, and influences a generation of new artists. Their stroke of inspiration: combine the rootsy kick of flamenco with modern, intense, intimate lyrics and a dash of blues-based rock and alternative. The songs are mainly about lust and love but offer a stark take on drug abuse in "Exiliado En El Lavabo." If you like the raw power of the music but don't speak Spanish, it's worth your while to get a Spanish dictionary - the lyrics are that good.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By kanisha on July 31, 2001
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este disco es realmente estupendo! Estaba estudiando en Sevilla al tiempo del introducimiento estopero al mundo, y estoy segura que su recibimiento aqui va a ser mucho mas entusiasto, o al menos igual, que iba en Espana. Las vocales de David son increibles, y alguien quien las oye va a tener la misma reaccion que yo...donde esta este tio y donde puedo conocerle? :) El tratamiento estopero de la rumba es nueva y fresca, pero al mismo tiempo no le falta los elementos que hacen una rumbita buena...es verdad que cuando estopa toca, sucede en "alegrar los corazones"!
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By Agente-004 on December 31, 2014
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There was some damage to the CD outer cover but the CD was scratch-free and intact.

Estopa, to me, has been a band that has had their ups and downs in their albums but never have I had the chance to get and listen to their first album which is definitely a way to get into a band.

This album is definitely the way to start. It is Estopa at their beginnings and it is something to remind you that even a good duo will hit road bumps along their way but you can always fall back onto their first album.

I recommend you buy this album only if you do not have this album, are a fan of Estopa, and enjoy some nice rumba.
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