RadioClip – Donde Sopla El Viento [1990]

radioclip2Country Venezuela         Style Melodic Rock/AOR/Pop/Rock

Rating 81/100

Band Members Diego Pocovi – Drums, Jaime Verdaguer – Keyboards, Carlos “Kako” Guzmán – Guitar, Arturo Torres – Bass, Félix Duque – Vocals

Additional Musicians Baltasar Agustín,Gabriel Stacio – Acoustic guitar

Tracks 01. Murallas, 02. Puertas De Acero, 03. Tratando De Tocarte, 04. Amargo, 05. Fotos Viejas, 06. No Me Importa, 07. Mañana No Existirá, 08. Trátame Suavemente, 09. Cuando No Estás, 10. Inmigrante, 11. Tan Solo

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Profile Caracas based outfit Radio Clip formed in 1985 rised to the top of the charts and toured all over that Country, where they achieved legendary status among rock fans. “Donde Sopla El Viento” is the band’s second release that came out in 1990 through Velvet label and produced by Arturo Torres and Diego Pocovi. Now they were even better with a more oriented and melodic sound, with strong production and bombastic keys. As for those who don’t know them yet, their musical style at the start wasa  mixture of Pop-Rock in Spanish with the New-Wave sound popular during the 80’s, eventually matured into a more intense sound , with songs with richer arraigments and more complex lyrics that reflected the maturity gained by members of the band during the decade they were one of the most important rock bands in Venezuela.

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