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November 14, 2009

Wow. The past few days I was thinking of posting some cumbia and other songs that have been on my mind, and Alexis – your last video, Los Angeles Azules, was a perfect segue into what I want to post.

This is a dedication to Junkadelic, where I worked my last 3 months in Tokyo in ’09. As anyone who lives in Tokyo can attest, Junkadelic is the best spot for Mexican, for tequila, for margaritas, and – I was surprised – for random cumbia listening.

Visit their website here (it’s good) and visit them when in Tokyo. The guys who run it are awesome, and make frequent trips to Mexico for surfing, tequila (they bring back a ton in their suitcases and have one of Tokyo’s best selections), and – apparently – random cumbia and other Mexican and Latin mix CDs.

Junkadelic, Tokyo

Some of these songs are ridiculously good. These are the songs we used to work to. Imagine my shock, after almost 4 years of living in Japan, to all of a sudden be working to this soundtrack.

This post is dedicated to Junkadelic, and most of the songs I am posting below are from Junkadelic’s CD collection. So ありまさん and あべさん and everyone, this is for you!

Sonora Skandalo, “Siempre es la Misma Situación” ゲット [DL]

Grupo Toppaz V.S. Grupo Pegasso, “Se Tanbalea” ゲット [DL]

Javier Lopez y sus Reyes Vallenatos ゲット [DL]

Banda Rafaga from “Super Exitos Vol. 2” ゲット [DL]

Hugo Ruiz from “La Cumbia del Bebé” ゲット [DL]

Los Corraleros de Majagual, “Caballo Viejo” [not from Junkadelic but a classic] ゲット [DL]

From “Los Clasicos de la Cumbia” ゲット [DL]

Grupo Toppaz V.S. Grupo Pegasso, “Rompo El Silencio” ゲット [DL]


One Comment leave one →
  1. November 15, 2009 10:55 pm

    these rule dude! thanks!

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