Photography By – Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Rogelio Marta, Sofia , Tupa, Youri Lenquette
Producer – Manu Chao, Renaud Letang
Written-By – Manu Chao
On rear cover: (p) & (c) 2001 Radio Bemba, under exclusive license to Virgin France S.A. Printed in the EU
This release has printed Chewaka logos on rear cover—next to barcode—and CD label—between right societies and Virgin label. Not to be confused with: ...Próxima Estación... Esperanza (Also pressed by EMI Uden but without the Chewaka logos), Próxima Estación... Esperanza (Also pressed by EMI-Uden but with BEL/ BIEM plus S.I.A.E. and no Chewaka logos.) Próxima Estación... Esperanza (Pressed by EMI UK, without the Chewaka logos),
Grabado por Radio Bemba Clandestina...Malandro Studio...
Próxima Estación: Esperanza English: Next Stop: Hope is an album by Manu Chao. The album was released in Europe in 2001. It was released in the United States on 5 June 2001 on Virgin Records. The album title comes from a sample of an announcement for the Esperanza station of Madrid Metro's Line 4 in Spanish esperanza means hope. Another Line 4 station, named Avenida de la Paz is also mentioned several times on the album, but the two stations are actually several. Proxima Estacion: Esperanza. Clandestino, Manu Chao's first solo effort, owed its greatness to its character. It was a minimalistic, yet filled with experimentation, album. But, what's most distinctive, it was honest, direct, intimate: the personal diary of someone who had traveled a lot, not only around Latin America but through life. Unfortunately, Chao seems to lose his way a little bit in Esperanza. Apparently intended to be a continuation of what started in Clandestino, it ends being just a clone of it. The reiteration of ideas and formulas takes away from Esperanza everything that made of Clandestino a mem. Album 2001 17 Songs. Próxima Estación: Esperanza. Manu Chao. World óxima Estación: Esperanza English: Next Stop: Hope is an album by Manu Chao. It was released in Europe in 2001. Chao and others sing in Arabic, English, French, Galician, Portuguese and Spanish on this album. The backing track to Homens , a tight rap about various kinds of men, written and performed by Brazilian journalist and Chaos friend Valeria dos Santos Costa, is identical to the backing track for Bongo Bong , Chaos successful single from four years earlier however, in the short documentary film Infinita tri. Completa tu colección de Manu Chao. Manu òxima Estaciòn. Esperanza Cass, Album. Vender esta versión. Proxima Estacion Esperanza CD. Radio Bemba. Manu Chao - Proxima Estacion. Esperanza B-side 2001. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Radio Bemba Sound System. Reading the news section on Manu Chao's website, you have to wonder whether you're looking at an artist's updates or some sort of multi-lingual, alternate reality CNN ticker. In between items about tour and festival dates, written in a mix of French, Spanish, Italian, German, and English, there are updates on the Saharawi independence movement in Western Sahara, Colombia's FARC rebels, and other causes and interests of the singer. This is only fitting for a musician who makes left-wing politics the lyrical centerpiece of his relentlessly globalist music and happens to be go. It is a master work of conception and social observation. He sings in at least 4 different languages and often in the same song. But there are like 6 languages spoken through the album. Only missing German And Dutch. He traveled the world with a nylon guitar and a micro recorder, and did location recordings and put them in many places in and between songs. Album Name Proxima Estacion. Type Album. Дата релиза 2001. Лейблы Virgin Records
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