We are sudamerican rockers

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"We are sudamerican rockers"
Single by Los Prisioneros
from the album La cultura de la basura
Released 1987
Genre Alternative rock
Label EMI Odeón Chilen

We are sudamerican rockers is a spanish-language song by chilean rock band Los Prisioneros, from the album La Cultura de la Basura. It came out into airplay as a single the year of 1987. In 1993 MTV Latin America begun its airplay with We are sudamerican rockers.[1] The word sudamerican is a mock Anglicisation of the Spanish word for South America, Sudamérica.

The lyrics of the song start with "Son hermosos ruidos que salen de las tiendas, atraviesan a la gente y les mueven los pies..." and then includes a call to Elvis in a mix of Spanish, English and French: "Elvis! sacúdete en tu cripta, We are south american rockers, Nous sommes rockers sudamericaines. No nos acompleja revolver los estilos."

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