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Miami (Babasónicos album)

Miami
Babasónicos
Released April 23, 1999
Recorded 1999
Genre Rock, experimental rock
Label Sony Music
Producer Andrew Weiss and Babasónicos
Babasónicos chronology

Vórtice Marxista
(1998)
Miami
(1999)
Babasónica Electrónica
(2000)

Miami is the fifth album by Argentine rock group Babasónicos. This is the last album in which member DJ Peggyn participated; he left the band in 2000 for a solo career, renaming himself Jimmy Dolor.

The album cover was designed by Alejandro Ros. It is a map of Argentina turned 90 degrees clockwise, resembling a map of the east coast of the United States; the map places a fictional Miami in the Argentinian province of Misiones. Ros later designed the covers for Jessico and Infame.

After the release of the album, Cosme, their manager, left the band.

Track listing

  1. "4 AM"
  2. "Desfachatados" (Shameless)
  3. "El Ringo"
  4. "El Súmum" (The Best)
  5. "La Roncha" (The Swelling)
  6. "Paraguayana"
  7. "Valle de Valium" (Valium Valley)
  8. "Bardo de Estrella" (Mess of a Star)
  9. "El Playboy"
  10. "Drag Dealer"
  11. "Gustavo Show"
  12. "Combustible" (Fuel)
  13. "Charada" (Charade)
  14. "Grand Prix"
  15. "Colgado" (Hung)
  16. "Mal Viaje" (Bad Trip)
  17. "El Shopping" (The Mall)
  18. "Casualidad" (Coincidence)
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