A four-piece from Columbia. Their first album is an ultra-rare and sought-after garage offering. The second, released in 1967, spanned both garage and psychedelia and is even more cherished. It includes versions of Beatles' classics Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band and With A Little Help From My Friends sung in Spanish as Sargento Flippers and La Ayudo De La Amistad respectively. Four cuts are sung in English - Mickey's Monkey; Las Dunas De La Arena, which is notable for some prominent and pretty discordant guitar work, La Tierra De Las 1000 Danzas, an upbeat rocker - Land Of 1,000 Dances in English and Don't Mince Matter, a hard edged garage number with some choppy riffs, somewhat reminiscent of the early Kinks. Other standout cuts are the slow-paced La Carta with prominent guitar once again; Shotown, an instrumental with prominent drums and the fast-paced Los Cuervos Estan De Luto. Certainly worth tracking down, it features some great fuzz guitar and savage vocals.
if you like southamerican garage stuff. This is a Must ! ! !
LINK: COLOMBIAN DUDES