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|Genres||Ska, punk, cumbia, reggae and hip hop|
|Associated acts||Perfectos Idiotas, Goy Ogalde Goy karamelo|
|Website||Official site,Karamelo Santo's MySpace|
|Members||Goy karamelo, Mario Yarke, Marcelo Amuchástegui, Lucas Guzman, Lucas Becerra, Adrián Frydman, Juan Pablo Bruno|
Karamelo Santo is a Latin rock band from Mendoza, Argentina. Formed in 1992 for Goy Karamelo, they released their first album, La Kulebra (The snake) in 1995. Since then, they have released nine more albums. The single "Que No Digan Nunca" is probably their best-known song. It was used on the soundtrack for the movie Caño Dorado.
The band was the first to introduce cumbia style rock. The band's song "Los Botones" was originally written for the first album in 1988. The band plays a mix of rock, ska, jazz, salsa, folk, rap, reggae, funk and cumbia. The lineup has changed over the years, but the main members have always been the co-founders: singer Guillermo Ogalde Gluzman (known as Goy karamelo) and Mario Yarke. The band has collaborated with several famous musicians, such as Manu Chao, Fermin Muguruza, Sergent Garcia, Ska-P and David Byrne.
Karamelo Santo was formed in Mendoza in 1992, founded by Goy karamelo the same year recorded their first album, La Kulebra. After three years of recording, a second album was released called Perfectos Idiotas. After the second album Goy was invited to collaborate with Manu Chao and, with Chao and the rest of Radio Bemba, they went to Argentina .
In 1997, Goy karamelo founded Kangrejoz Records, an independent music label, which included bands like Non Palidece, Resistencia Suburbana and Andando Descalzo.
In 2001, Karamelo Santo recorded Los Guachos which produced and featured Manu Chao, Tonino Carotone of Los Guajolotes and band members of Resistencia Suburbana and Los Auténticos Decadentes. This album has a mixture of reggae, hip hop, punk and Latin rhythms. With this album they did an international tour which included Mexico, Europe, United States, Chile, Uruguay and Colombia.
In 2002, they toured in Europe with Los Guachos. This milestone marked the beginning of the band's relationship with Europe, that every year challenges the most established cultural barriers and has permitted them to become one of the best-known representatives of Latin American music in Europe.
- Goy: Guitar, Vocals
- Mario Yarke: Keyboards
|1995||La Kulebra||Bunker Records|
|2006||La Gente Arriba||BPR|
|2009||El Baile Oficial||BPR|
|2012||Remedio De Mi Corazón||BPR|
- Argentine punk
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