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Que Corra La Voz

¡¡Que Corra La Voz!! is the fifth studio album by the Spanish ska punk band Ska-P, released on June 29, 2002.

The album cover depicts Gato López with a megaphone and a medallion with the Anarchy symbol, bursting through the front page of a newspaper. The album title can be translated as "Spread the word!"

Track list

All songs written and composed by Ska-P. 
No. Title Length
1. "Estampida"   3:23
2. "Consumo Gusto"   3:58
3. "Welcome To Hell"   4:11
4. "Casposos"   4:59
5. "Niño Soldado"   3:41
6. "Intifada"   3:35
7. "McDollar"   3:58
8. "Solamente Por Pensar"   3:22
9. "Insensibilidad"   4:36
10. "Esquirol"   3:38
11. "El Olvidado"   3:29
12. "Mis Colegas"   4:11
Total length:
47:01

Personnel

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

External links

  • Ska-P's Official Website

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