Antena: Camino Del Sol
|Camino Del Sol|
|Compilation album by Antena|
|Genre||Samba, pop, post-punk, electronica|
|Label||The Numero Group|
|Producer||Tom Lunt, Ken Shipley, Rob Sevier|
Antena: Camino Del Sol is the second compilation album by The Numero Group (NUM002), based on a mini-album originally released in September 1982. It features tracks by French-Belgian trio Antena who were then signed to Belgian label Les Disques Du Crepuscule. Antena featured Isabelle Antena, a pseudonym for Isabelle Powaga, who is a cult figure known for her song "Say I Believe In It." The re-release contains re-mastered tracks, B-sides and two previously unreleased songs.
- Camino Del Sol
- To Climb the Cliff
- Silly Things
- Bye Bye Papaye
- Noelle a Hawaii
- Les Demoiselles De Rochefort
- Spiral Staircase
- The Boy from Ipanema
- Seaside Weekend
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