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Planeta Eskoria

Planeta Eskoria
Studio album by Ska-P
Released May 30, 2000
Recorded 2000 at studio RED LED, Madrid
Genre ska punk
Length 57:19
Label RCA
Producer Tony López
Ska-P chronology
Eurosis
(1998)
Planeta Eskoria
(2000)
¡¡Que Corra La Voz!!
(2002)

Planeta Eskoria is the fourth studio-recorded album by the Spanish ska punk band Ska-P, released on May 30, 2000.

The album cover depicts Lady Justice crucified, not on a cross, but on a dollar sign with a bar code sticking out from the North American continent. The inscription over her head reads FMI, the Spanish translation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The title can be loosely translated as "Planet Skum" (as in scum or dregs of society, spelled with the "k" Ska-P uses habitually).

Track list

All songs written and composed by Ska-P. 
No. Title Length
1. "Planeta Eskoria"   4:19
2. "Vergüenza"   3:51
3. "Como Me Pongo"   2:45
4. "El Auténtico"   3:40
5. "Naval Xixón"   3:33
6. "La Mosca Cojonera"   3:56
7. "Eres Un@ Más"   4:16
8. "Derecho De Admisión"   5:30
9. "A La Mierda"   3:53
10. "E.T.T.s"   4:07
11. "Lucrecia"   4:28
12. "Tío Sam"   4:21
13. "Violencia Machista"   4:11
14. "Mestizaje"   4:31
Total length:
57:19

Personnel

  • Pulpul - Vocals and guitar
  • Luismi - Drums
  • Julio - Bass guitar
  • Joxemi - Guitar
  • Kogote - Keyboard
  • Pipi - Backup vocals

External links

  • Ska-P's Official Website


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