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<br />Spanglish Outlaw Flamenco Sleaze Rock<br />Gypsy Pistoleros are a group of truly unique rocking amigos from the UK. Their sound is flamenco with punk rock riffs, pounding bass and thrashing drums.<br /><br />"One of the best rock n roll bands to come out of the U.K in the past 10 <br />years!"-Tracci Guns (L.A Guns, Brides of Destruction )<br /><br />GYPSY PISTOLEROS have recorded their debut album 'Para Siempre' the greatest <br />Flamenco Glam Sleaze Rock n Roll Punk album ever ! Produced by the legend <br />that is Joe Gibb (Catatonia, Jaynes Addiction, Madonna, The Cure, Robbie <br />Williams, Funeral for a Friend, etc)<br /><br />Track listings: <br />Shotgun kiss is ay que dolor <br />Un hombre sin rostro, pistolero <br />Forever is para siempre <br />Senor Mangi acqui <br />What's it like to be a girl in the house of 1000 dolls ? <br />Jet, jet, jet boyz <br />Una para todo es bandido <br />Living la vida loca <br />Chicas Peligrosa <br />Moonchild <br />Switchblade kiss comes close <br />The crazy loco loquito <br />1-2-3-4 kiss me then I'm damned for sure<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />Catalogue number-BAD080101 <br /> <br /> <br />PRE-ORDER contact- email@example.com BAD REPUTATION RECORDS<br /> <br /> <br /><br /><br />Lee J Pistolero - Vocals<br />Iggie Pistolero - Lead Guitar<br />? Pistolero - Bass<br />Leeroy Pistolero - Drums<br /><br />These Spanglish Outlaw Gypsy Flamenco Astro Sleaze Rock 'n Roll Renegades <br />are a collision of low slung, low flying polka dot strat guitars, driving <br />bass and pounding drums. The songs spin madly in the best rock 'n' roll <br />tradition with big hooks, attitude and sleaze, yet those flamenco breaks <br />will get into your head and refuse to leave.<br />"one of the most unique bands I've heard in years - sleaze rock meets <br />Spanish flamenco music in a refreshing blast of originality. I immediately <br />picture the band playing in the background of Quentin Tarantino's slash-fest <br />From Dusk Till Dawn. Gypsy Pistoleros could easily have been the banditos <br />strumming severed limbs while Salma Hayek gyrated across the stage. . Right <br />from the beginning of "The Crazy Loco Loquito" you can tell that Gypsy <br />Pistoleros is on to something special, and it just gets better from there.<br /> "Un Hombre Sin Rostro, Pistolero" is one of the best songs I've heard so <br />far this year. Complete with trumpets, the song evolves into a screaming <br />energy filled chorus. Gypsy Pistoleros is blazing a new trail here and <br />doing a hell of a job. There isn't a song on this release that I didn't <br />like, right from start to finish the boys offer a steady dose of sleaze with <br />a twist. The liner notes call it the "greatest renegade gypsy flamenco <br />sleaze glam rock n roll album ever" - who am I to argue?<br /><br />SKID-Sleaze Rock<br /><br />They are Renegade Gypsy Flamenco Rock N..Roll Glam Sleaze Punksters. They <br />certainly are one of the most unique bands I discovered in decades.<br /><br />Besides combining English and Spanish, the music is a successful hybrid of <br />attitude, catchy hooks, punk, sleazy riffs - all based in Rock with a <br />capital R. The punk influence is also understated by all members sharing the <br />Pistolero last name equal Ramones.<br /><br />The band sets no boundaries and the album explores extremes of the Hard Rock <br />concept. We get Spanish guitar, Trumpet, distorted guitars, hard hitting <br />drums and bouncing bass riffs. Vocalist Lee Pistolero has a great voice, <br />which holds both power and passion.<br />http://www.revelationz.net 8out of 10<br /><br />ROCK REPORT 5out of 6 Stars<br /><br />Gypsy Pistoleros bring us some of the wildest sleaze rock I've heard in <br />years mixed with a dash of.eh.flamenco. Yeah, you read that right, sleaze <br />rock under the influence of the original Spanish styled flamenco. Although I <br />feel obliged to tell you that it's the Roberto Rodriguez/ Quentin Tarantino <br />kind of mariachi flavor, not the stiff upper lip, complete with the red <br />rose, variety.<br />But don't take this the wrong way as the CD takes off to a flying start with <br />opener 'The Crazy Loco Loquito' (whatever that means) & pounds relentlessly <br />on until it comes to a grinding halt with '1-2-3-4 Kiss Me Then I'm Damned <br />For Sure'.<br />Take multiple electric axe attacks, couple them with some crazy acoustic <br />guitars and over the top trumpets and you have the ingredients for the most <br />hyperactive sleaze rock record of the year. The kind of album that can save <br />even the dullest party in the world. Arriba Arriba! (KVK)<br /><br /><br /> SLEAZE METAL.COM RATING 8.5 out of 10<br /><br />Innovation in the Sleaze genre is rare, but what the "Gypsy Pistoleros" pull <br />off here is majorly cinematic. They take "Ricky Martin" and mix it all with <br />a fat dose of"star star" and "Hanoi style" and create a cool mix of Flamenco <br />Sleaze n ' roll. !" This pleases me really unbelievably well and it is <br />really at times class above a Sleaze variation to hear such innovation and <br />cool at the same time. Whoever loves "Tito & Tatantula", will be here surely <br />particularly pleased, this album was made for a Mexican Bandito Movie in the <br />best way possible. You may not understand it yet: But buy this record, it is <br />fucking wildly, beautiful and damned!!!<br />KOMODO ROCK -SPUNKEY LOBSTER 9 out of 10<br />They've supported The Dogs D'amour, Adlers Appetite, Faster Pussycat, <br />Love/Hate, L.A Guns and shared stages in the past with the likes of The <br />Ramones, Motorhead and The Cramps, and now they come flying out into the <br />retail market, guns blazing, saddle bags full.<br /><br />"Evenin' Pardner. Ya be wantin' some whiskey with them 'ere Pistoleros?" <br />That's how the album should have started, instead it starts even more <br />appropriately at the birth of the Pisteleros, these bastard sons of Ennio <br />Morricone and Axl Rose. This is hot for the faint hearted or those purists <br />who say sleaze should be predictable, for that's one thing that 'Wild, <br />Beautiful, Damned!' is not. This is not your normal glam/sleaze album, this <br />is something new.<br /><br />It's like listening to LA Guns and Guns N Roses playing in the saloon in The <br />Good, The Bad and The Ugly. It's dirty, it's nasty, you can practically <br />smell the sawdust on the floor. 'Un Hombre Sin Rostro Pistolero' the second <br />track on the album is gun toting rock and roll express train. It has <br />everything you'd want in one of the songs you jump around to in a club half <br />cut, spilling more beer than your drinking, complete with sing a long chorus <br />where you don't need to know the words, just shout "Pistolero" at the right <br />time.<br /><br />And on it goes, although we get an interlude late in the album with the more <br />punk fueled 'Switchblade Kiss Comes Close", more in line with the New York <br />Dolls. With much of the singing on the album seemingly unconsciously <br />switching from Spanish to English and then back again, you get a real feel <br />for where the band are trying to take you.<br />. It works, at least it does for me, although I imagine a lot of other <br />people are going to to lambast the band, more interested in the latest GNR <br />influenced, basic rock n roll, easy to like.<br /><br />If they don't call the follow up to this "The Good, The Bad and The Gypsy <br />Pisteleros" I really am going to be disappointed though!<br /><br />Take this one for a spin, grab a bottle of whiskey, strap on your colt, and <br />go rock in 2007's Old West.<br /><br />ROCK TOTAL-SPAIN Miguel Rivera Score: 8/10