Uno, dos, ultraviolento

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"Un, dos, ultraviolento"
Single by Los Violadores
from the album Y ahora que pasa, eh?
Released 1985
Format 7", 12"
Recorded March–April 1985, Estudios Panda, Buenos Aires
Genre Punk rock
Length 4:13
Label Umbral
Radio Tripoli (CD Re-issue)
Writer(s) Gustavo "Stuka" Fossa
Los Violadores singles chronology
Uno, dos, ultraviolento
(1985)
"Ellos Son..."
(1986)

"Uno, dos, ultraviolento" (in English: One, two, ultraviolent) is a song by Argentine punk rock band Los Violadores, featured as a single from their Y ahora que pasa, eh? album from 1985. The song was Los Violadores breakthrough as one of the better known punk rock bands of Argentina. The lyrics are inspired in the novella A Clockwork Orange. It was also covered in the 1990´s by former Chilean band "Los Prisioneros" member, Claudio Narea with great success in the country.

Die Toten Hosen has covered the single in their special album La hermandad – en el principio fue el ruido.

Track listing[edit]

12": Umbral / DX 1700[edit]

A-Side
  1. "Uno, dos, ultraviolento" - 5:30
  2. "Por 1980 y Tantos" - 3:23
B-Side
  1. "El Corregidor" - 4:35
  2. "Auschwitz" - 2:31
  3. "Chicas De La Cal" - 2:50

Personnel[edit]

Musicians
Additional personnel
  • Carlos "Mundy" Epifanio - Producer.
  • Ramon Villanueva - Executive producer.