Despedazado por Mil Partes

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Despedazado por Mil Partes
Despedazado por mil partes album cover.jpg
Studio album by La Renga
Released 1996
Recorded Ión Studios, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1996
Genre Hard rock
Length 53:08
Label PolyGram
Producer Ricardo Mollo
La Renga
La Renga chronology
Bailando En Una Pata
(1995)Bailando En Una Pata1995
Despedazado por Mil Partes
(1996)
La Renga
(1998)La Renga1998

Despedazado por Mil Partes is a 1996 studio album by La Renga.

This record has many of the most famous songs of the band, such as "La Balada del Diablo y La Muerte", "El Final Es En Donde Partí", "Lo Frágil de La Locura", "Veneno" and "Hablando de La Libertad", which closes their concerts.

The front cover of the album shows an angel, which when turned upside down, appears as a demon.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Gustavo Nápoli, except "Veneno" (Marcelo Ferrari):

  1. "Desnudo Para Siempre (o Despedazado por Mil Partes)"
  2. "A La Carga Mi Rocanrol"
  3. "El Final Es En Donde Partí"
  4. "La Balada del Diablo y La Muerte"
  5. "Cuándo Vendrán"
  6. "Psilocybe Mexicana"
  7. "Paja Brava"
  8. "Lo Frágil de La Locura"
  9. "Veneno"
  10. "El Viento Que Todo Empuja"
  11. "Hablando de La Libertad"

Personnel[edit]

Additional personnel[edit]

Certification[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Argentina (CAPIF)[1] 4× Platinum 240,000^

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