Amantes Sunt Amentes
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|Amantes Sunt Amentes|
|Studio album by Panda|
|Released||October 2, 2006|
|Label||Movic Records, Warner|
|Producer||Adrián “Rojo” Treviño|
|Singles from Amantes Sunt Amentes|
Amantes Sunt Amentes (Latin for Lovers Are Lunatics), is the fourth studio album by the Mexican Avanzada Regia rock band Panda, released on October 2, 2006. The first single is called "Narcisista por Excelencia" and the video premiered on MTV. The second single was "Los Malaventurados No Lloran" proceeded by "Procedimientos para Llegar a un Común Acuerdo". The last track, "¡Ah Pero Cómo Vendo Cassettes!", is the band's response to the Anti-Pandas (groups against the band), claiming they aren't affected by their hate and that their disruptive claims just makes them more famous in the industry.
This album was notably nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album in 2008, but they did not win the Grammy.
|1.||"La Estrategia Perdida (Lost Strategy)"||3:20|
|2.||"So Violento So Macabro (So Violent, So Macabre)"||3:21|
|3.||"El Infame "Estar Y No Estar" (The Infamous "Being And Not Being")"||3:43|
|4.||"Estoy Más Soloh Que Ayer Pero Menos Que Mañana (I'm Lonlier Than Yesterday But Less So Than Tomorrow)"||3:01|
|5.||"Narcisista Por Excelencia (Narcissist For Excellence)"||3:47|
|6.||"Procedimientos Para Llegar a un Común Acuerdo (Procedures For Reaching a Mutual Agreement)"||3:14|
|7.||"Tripulación, Armar Toboganes (Crew, Arm Slides)"||3:55|
|9.||"Los Malaventurados No Lloran (The Doomed Don't Cry)"||3:27|
|10.||"Tus Palabras Punzocortantes (Your Sharp Words)"||3:15|
|11.||"Atractivo Encontramos en lo Más Repugnante (Finding Attractiveness In The Most Foul of Things)"||3:27|
|12.||"¡Ah Pero Cómo Vendo Cassettes! (Boy, Do I Sell Tapes!)"||1:44|
- "Panda hace vibrar el Auditorio Nacional con "Amantes sunt amentes"". La Crónica de Hoy. 26 November 2006.
- "Grammy Q&A: Panda". Houston Chronicle. February 7, 2008.
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