Rock Transgresivo

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Tú en Tu casa, Nosotros en la Hoguera
Tú en tu casa, nosotros en la hoguera.jpg
Studio album by Extremoduro
Released 1989
Recorded 1989, M-20 Studios
Genre Hard rock
Length 31:48
Label Avispa
Producer Extremoduro
Extremoduro chronology
Tú en tu casa, nosotros en la hoguera
(1989)
Somos unos Animales
(1991)Somos unos Animales1991

Rock Transgresivo is the debut album of the Spanish hard rock band Extremoduro. After recording their demo tape Rock Transgresivo on January 1989, they released their first studio album Tú en Tu Casa, Nosotros en la Hoguera. The result left them unsatisfied so the original demo tape was remixed and partially re-recorded and it was released on August 1994 in order to replace the older studio album.

Background, recording and production[edit]

In 1987 the band was on hiatus when Roberto Iniesta decided to come back with Salo and Luis "von Fanta" as new members in 1988. They hadn't enough money for recording a studio album so they sold tickets that would be exchanged for the album. When they sold 250 tickets they had earned enough money to afford the recording. At January 1989 they started the recording of their first 7 songs on Duplimatic Studios in Madrid, containing Extremaydura, Emparedado, Decidí, Romperás, Arrebato, Jesucristo García, La Hoguera.[1]

The distribution of the demo tape Rock Transgresivo began to attract attention inside and outside their home region of Plasencia; it was so well received that the Catalan television program Plastic invited them for a live performance. They were then selected for the national final of the Yamaha trophy in which they finished third.

After their appearance on the TV, Avispa Music noticed them and offered them a three-year contract. The album was recorded that summer, containing the same songs as Rock Transgresivo (in addition to "Amor Castúo"). It was made "in a big hurry and few resources," so that from the outset the result leaves them unsatisfied. The technical and economic problems with the label started at the recording, so a few years later they would decide to re-release the album.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Roberto Iniesta.
No.TitleLength
1."La hoguera"4:31
2."Extremaydura"3:29
3."Romperás"3:54
4."Amor Castúo"4:21
5."Decidí"2:46
6."Jesucristo García"5:04
7."Emparedado"4:37
8."Arrebato"3:27

Rock Transgresivo (1994)[edit]

Rock Transgresivo
Rock transgresivo.jpg
Studio album by Extremoduro
Released 26 August 1994
Recorded January 1989, Duplimatic Studios
1994, Lorentzo Records
Genre Hard rock
Length 35:55
Label DRO
Producer Extremoduro and Iñaki Antón
Extremoduro chronology
¿Dónde Están Mis Amigos?
(1993)¿Dónde Están Mis Amigos?1993
Rock Transgresivo
(1994)
Pedrá
(1995)Pedrá1995

In 1994 they decided to remix and re-record partially their demo tape in order to replace their first studio album. This new studio album contains three more tracks than the original demo tape.[3][4] This version was released on 26 August 1994.[5]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Roberto Iniesta.
No.TitleLength
1."Extremaydura"3:17
2."Emparedado"4:14
3."Decidí"2:30
4."Romperás"3:31
5."Adiós, abanico, que llegó el aire"3:37
6."Arrebato"3:23
7."Jesucristo García"4:50
8."La hoguera"3:56
9."Te juzgarán sólo por tus errores (Yo no)"2:59
10."Caballero andante (¡No me dejéis asíii!)"2:32

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[6] Gold 50,000^[6]

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Personnel[edit]

Extremoduro
  • Robe Iniesta: Guitar and vocals
  • Salo: Bass
  • Luis "von Fanta": Drums
Additional Personnel for 1994 version

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.coveralia.com/biografias/Extremoduro.php
  2. ^ http://www.coveralia.com/biografias/Extremoduro.php
  3. ^ http://www.coveralia.com/biografias/Extremoduro.php
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 5 March 2013. Retrieved 24 February 2013.
  5. ^ https://www.amazon.com/Rock-Transgresivo-Extremoduro/dp/B000059QSU/ref=pd_sim_m_1
  6. ^ a b Salaverri, Fernando (2005). Sólo éxitos: año a año : 1959–2002 (in Spanish). Iberautor Promociones Culturales. ISBN 84-8048-639-2.

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