Anastasio y los del Monte

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Anastasio y los del Monte
Origin El Salvador
Genres reggae
Website web.archive.org/web/20070120185826/http://www.anastasioylosdelmonte.com:80/ (Spanish)
Members Karlanga
Rolando Montes
Federico Uriburu
Pitu
Boby Babylon
Churro
Chacha
Jose F. Aguilar
Juan Carlos Ascensio

Anastasio y los del Monte was a short-lived yet influential reggae group in El Salvador.[1][2] Despite only releasing a single album, they made a large cultural impact in the music of El Salvador by introducing reggae to the country.[3] Their music is greatly influenced by Bob Marley, Gondwana, Steel Pulse, Burning Spear, and Black Uhuru. Their most famous song is "Dias Pasados".

Members[edit]

  • Karlanga (lead singer, rhythm guitar)
  • Rolando Montes (lead guitar)
  • Federico Uriburu (drums)
  • Pitu (keyboard)
  • Boby Babylon (bass, vocals)
  • Churro (percussion)
  • Chacha (Saxophone, vocals)
  • Jose F. Aguilar (trumpet)
  • Juan Carlos Ascensio (Saxophpone)

Discography[edit]

  • Reggae Unido (2005)

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