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Ska-P (album)

Ska-P
Studio album by Ska-P
Released 1994
Recorded 13 - 21 June 1994 at studio RED LED, Madrid
Genre ska punk
Length 29:44
Label AZ-Records
Producer Tony López
Ska-P chronology
Ska-P
(1994)
El Vals del Obrero
(1996)

Ska-P is the first album by the Spanish ska punk band Ska-P, released in 1994. The song "Como un Rayo" is a tribute to the football club Rayo Vallecano.

Track list

All songs written and composed by Ska-P. 
No. Title Length
1. "El Hombre Resaka Baila Ska"   3:04
2. "Abolición"   3:17
3. "Chupones"   3:11
4. "0,7"   3:40
5. "Alí, El Magrebí"   3:43
6. "Sargento Bolilla"   3:18
7. "Reality Show"   3:42
8. "Bla, Bla, Bla ..."   3:14
9. "Como Un Rayo"   2:35
Total length:
29:44

Personnel

  • Pulpul - Vocals and guitar
  • Nuno - Drums
  • Depardieu - Bass guitar
  • Yanclas - Guitar
  • Rizos - Keyboard

External links

  • Ska-P's Official Website
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