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El Tri - Coopela O Cuello mp3 download
Performer: El Tri
Title: Coopela O Cuello
Country: Mexico
Released: 2007
Style: Rock & Roll
Rating: 4.8/5
FLAC size: 1160 mb | MP3 size: 1641 mb | WMA size: 1217 mb
Genre: Rock / Latin

Sinfónico (El Tri album). Not to be confused with Sinfónico (Fonseca & Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Colombia album). Sinfónico (Symphonic) (1999) is the sixteenth album and fourth live album by Mexican Rock, Blues band El Tri. The concert is the first with an orchestra as a celebration of the 30 years of the band

25 Años (25 Years) (1993) is the tenth studio album by Mexican Rock, Blues band El Tri. The name is a reference to the duration of the career of Alex Lora who started playing in 1968 with the past incarnation of the band known as Three Souls in My Mind. The most remarkable song of the album is the single "Pobre Soñador" a romantic hymn. All tracks written by Alex Lora, except where noted. Alex Lora – guitar, arranger, vocals, producer, mixing, artistic producer. Rafael Salgado – harmonic.

Simplemente (Simply) (1984) is the sixteenth studio album by the band originally known as Three Souls in My Mind and the first one as El Tri. The name come as a direct reference from the way the fans called the band tri is the way Three sounds in Spanish, hence Simply The Tri. The album was well received with "Triste Cancion" becoming a hymn in Latin rock and by far the most recognized song by the band, just like "Metro Balderas" and "Vicioso" received big success as singles.

Band Name El Tri. Album Name La Devaluación. Labels Discos Cisne-Raff. Members owning this album0. When the band was called Three Souls in My Mind. 3. Quiero Estar Encima De Tí. 4. Todo a Volar.

El Tri is a Mexican rock band from Mexico City fronted by Alex Lora. Founded in 1968 as Three Souls in My Mind, the group is regarded as influential in the development of Mexican rock music. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Lo Esencial de el Tri 80's Album.

El Tri (formed in 1968) is a pioneering Mexican rock and roll, psychedelic and blues rock band, hailing from Mexico City, Mexico. Originally formed under the moniker Three Souls in My Mind due to the appeal of a long band name, the group was initially comprised of Alejandro Lora on bass, Memo Berea on lead guitar and vocals, Ernesto de Leon on lead guitar, and Carlos Hauptvogel on the drums. With a line up consisting Alejandro Lora, Chela Lora and Eduardo Chico, El Tri’s debut album Simplemente el Tri (1985), earned the threesome gold certification – the first ever Mexican rock band to do so.

Cuello’ translates as Neck in Spanish, which is slang for Fellatio, which is alluded to all through the song (album art), and most notably in the refrain, sampled from one of Future’s most infamous lines from King’s Dead. All the lyrics are delivered interspersing Spanish, English and Portuguese. Is Future in this song? Yes, the song features a sample of some of Future’s vocals from King’s Dead: La di da di da, slob on me knob. Record Label No Genre.


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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1669 El Tri Coopela O Cuello ‎(CD, Single, Promo) Univision, FonoVisa 1669 Mexico 2007
1669 El Tri El tri Coopela o Cueio ‎(CD, Single) Univision Music Group 1669 Mexico 2007