Tanghetto - Buenos Aires Remixed album
Buenos Aires Remixed is a remix album from the Argentine neotango band Tanghetto. The album includes 12 remixes of older songs from the band in a house, progressive mood. The remixes were made by members of the band themselves and guest DJs as well.
Tanghetto is an Argentinian neo tango (tango nuevo) and electronic tango group created by musician and producer Max Masri. It's based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The style of Tanghetto is a blend of tango and electronic music. Their music is also influenced by world music and jazz. The experimentation in studio started in 2001, but Tanghetto was formed as a band in late 2002 and early 2003. Tanghetto's concept was developed by producer, composer, songwriter Max Masri
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Buenos Aires, AR. Record Label. In 2004 Tanghetto intensified their live activity. Some of the tracks of Hybrid Tango are part of Tanghetto's live repertoire. In 2005, this album was nominated for a Latin Grammy award in the "Best Tango Album" category. Between March and September 2005 the band and some DJs remixed twelve songs from previous projects.
Tanghetto is an Argentine musical group of Neotango or by themselves so-called electro tango. Their music is a fusion of the new tango of Buenos Aires, as it Astor Piazzolla has been launched, with electronic music. The group was founded in 2001 by the composer and producer Max Masri and the composer and instrumentalist Diego S. Velázquez. In October 2005, published Tanghetto the album Buenos Aires Remixed containing it are cover versions of the pieces Enjoy the Silence and Blue Monday. After touring in Europe and South America, the group released in March 2008, the album El miedo a la Libertad, whose title to Erich Fromm's Escape from Freedom ( German: Fear of Freedom) applies from 1941.
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|1||–Tanghetto & ADN Proyecto Andino||Alexanderplatz Tango (Andina Mix)||4:53|
|2||–B.A. Jam & Tanghetto||Incognito (Tanghetto Mix)
Remix – Tanghetto
|3||–Tanghetto||Enjoy The Silence (Tango Mix)
Written-By – Martin L. Gore
|4||–Tanghetto||Vida Moderna En 2/4 (Neo Clubber Mix)||5:58|
Written-By – Bernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris
|6||–NeoShaft & Tanghetto||Aire (Tanghetto Mix)
Remix – Tanghetto
|7||–Tanghetto||Montevideo (Street Wise Religion Radio Edit)
Remix – Diego Heavy
|8||–Tanghetto||Biorritmo (Disorder Mix)||4:24|
|9||–Tanghetto||Recursos Humanos (Humana Mix)||5:20|
|10||–Tanghetto||La Caída (Isabella Mix)||4:21|
|11||–Tanghetto||El Derrumbe (Insomnia Mix)||4:15|
|13||–Hybrid Tango / Tanghetto||La Muerte Del Prejuicio (Aetherea Mix)||6:23|
|14||–Tanghetto||Montevideo (Mechanica Mix)||4:25|
- Co-producer – Diego S. Velázquez
- Producer – Max Masri
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