Because It's Monday..."Cabros" By Odisea

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It's Monday, and I would much rather be sitting by the pool drinking a caipirinha. My daydreaming is only encouraged by the fact that the traffic cop by my office building is blowing on his whistle with a force and repetition that would better be suited forĀ Brazilian carnaval.

Mondays are tough for everyone. That's why every Monday we will be recommending a Latin Alternative song to lighten up your miserable existence, if only for a few minutes.

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Judging by the cover of his new CD, lead singer of Odisea's Alex Anwandter has an urge to dance...even if he has to do it all by himself. At a lonely gas station. In the middle of the night. Album Cover hide caption

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Today, we are recommending Chilean band Odisea's "Cabros," a sexy, danceable tune about a guy who is ready to party, but can't find his buddies anywhere. What is it about men who dare to sing in a high pitched disco voice?

And if you are not familiar with lead singer Alex Anwandter's former band, Teleradio Donoso— well you really should check them out.

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Porque Hoy Es Lunes...

Hoy es lunes, y honestamente, preferiría esta sentada al lado de la piscina tomando una caipirnha. Más aun: El policía que dirige el tráfico frente a mi ventana esta pitando con tanta fuerza y repetición, que ya me siento en un Carnaval Brasilero.

A nadie le agrada un lunes. Por eso es que en este blog, todos los lunes te estaremos recomendando una canción para alumbrar tu existencia.

Hoy te sugerimos que escuches a la banda Chilena Odisea (¿y quien no ha sentido que el lunes es toda una odisea?) y su canción “Cabros.” La canción se trata de un tipo que esta listo para salir a divertirse, pero no encuentra a sus amigos por ningún lado.

El cantante líder, Alex Andwandter, se mueve a través de la melodía con una voz arrogante, sensual y caprichosa que lo caracterizaba en su anterior proyecto, la banda Teleradio Donoso. Si no conocen esa banda, también se la recomiendo.

¡Disfruten!

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