Rata Blanca (album)

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Rata Blanca
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Studio album by Rata Blanca
Released 1988
Recorded August 1988
Genre Heavy metal, power metal
Hard rock
Label Polygram

Rata Blanca is the first album by the Argentine metal band of the same name recorded in 1988 by Polygram.

Recording history[edit]

Vocalist Saúl Blanch left the band before recording the album. After his departure, a number of other singers, such as Carlos Perigo and Shito Molina, took his place. Molina was supposed to be the singer in the album, but he left because of a throat illness. As a result, the band, pressed for time, decided to re-recruit Blanch for the recordings. After the recording of the album and some presentations, Blanch left the band, which then recruited Adrián Barilari.

Tracks[edit]

All lyrics by Walter Giardino except where noted. The songs Preludio Obsesivo and El Ultimo Ataque originally written and composed by Giardino appeared as if penned by Roberto Conso, as part of a debt settlement.

  1. La Misma Mujer [The Same Woman]
  2. Sólo Para Amarte (W. Giardino, S. Blanch) [Only To Love You]
  3. Gente del Sur [People Of The South]
  4. Rompe el Hechizo [Break The Spell]
  5. El Sueño de la Gitana [The Gypsy Woman's Dream]
  6. Chico Callejero [Street Kid]
  7. Preludio Obsesivo (Roberto Conso) [Obsessive Prelude]
  8. El Último Ataque (Roberto Conso) [The Final Attack]
  9. Otoño Medieval [Medieval Autumn]

Personnel[edit]

Band[edit]

Others[edit]

  • Mario Sanguinet - Recording
  • Mario Altamirano - Recording
  • Roberto Ricci - Executive producer
  • Mary Acosta - Assistant producer
  • Eduardo Rodriguez - Management