Puta's Fever

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Puta's Fever
Mano Negra - Puta's Fever.jpg
Mano Negra - Puta's Fever
Studio album by Mano Negra
Released September 1, 1989
Recorded 1989 at Mix It in Paris
Genre Latin Alternative, Ska punk, Rock en Español, French rock, Worldbeat
Length 40:37
Label Virgin France S.A.
Producer Mano Negra
Mano Negra chronology
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(1989)
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(1991)King of Bongo1991
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Puta's Fever is an album by Mano Negra, released on September 1, 1989. The French edition of Rolling Stone magazine named this album the 8th greatest French rock album (out of 100).[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Mano Negra" (Manu Chao) – 0:57
  2. "Rock 'n' Roll Band" (Manu Chao) – 2:33
  3. "King Kong Five" (Manu Chao, Mano Negra) – 1:56
  4. "Soledad" (Manu Chao) – 2:34
  5. "Sidi H' Bibi" (Traditional arranged by Mano Negra) – 2:36
  6. "The Rebel Spell" (Traditional arranged by Mano Negra) – 2:01
  7. "Peligro" (Manu Chao) – 2:52
  8. "Pas Assez De Toi" (Manu Chao) – 2:19
  9. "Magic Dice" (Manu Chao) – 1:23
  10. "Mad House" (Manu Chao, Joe Dahan) – 2:40
  11. "Guayaquil City" (Manu Chao, Thomas Darnal) – 3:01
  12. "Voodoo" (Manu Chao) – 3:00
  13. "Patchanka" (Manu Chao) – 3:05
  14. "La Rançon Du Succès" (Manu Chao) – 1:57
  15. "The Devil's Call" (Manu Chao) – 1:42
  16. "Roger Cageot" (Manu Chao, Daniel Jamet) – 2:27
  17. "El Sur" (Manu Chao) – 1:00
  18. "Patchuko Hop" (Joe "King" Carrasco) – 2:28

Band line-up[edit]

  • Oscar Tramor (Manu Chao) – Lead Vocals & Guitar
  • Tonio Del Borño (Antoine Chao) – Trompet & Vocals
  • Santiago "El Águila" Casariego – Drums & Vocals
  • Garbancito (Philippe Teboul) – Percussion & Vocals
  • Roger Cageot (Daniel Jamet) – Lead Guitar & Vocals
  • Jo (Olivier Dahan) – Bass & Vocals
  • Helmut Krumar (Thomas Darnal) – Keyboards & Vocals
  • Krøpöl 1er (Pierre Gauthé) – Trombone & Vocals

Guest musicians[edit]

  • Mme Oscar (Anouk) – Vocals
  • Napo "Chihuahua" Romero – Vocals
  • Alain "L'Enclume De Choisy" Wampas – Double Bass & Vocals
  • Zofia – Vocals

References[edit]

  1. ^ Puta's Fever at AllMusic
  2. ^ Magazine Rolling Stone, n°18 of February 2010, ISSN 1764-1071