- Date of release:July 20, 2004
- Recording date:July, 2003 - November, 2003
- Recording location:M1 Studios
- Size FLAC version1973 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1679 megabytes
- Size WMA version1595 megabytes
- Formats:RA APE AHX VOC MIDI MOD
Emigrante (electrotango) is the debut album by Buenos Aires-based neo -tango band Tanghetto. The album was released in 2003, reaching gold sales in early 2005 and soon became platinum and double platinum. In 2004 Emigrante (electrotango) was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award. Although it is instrumental album, there is an underlying concept through the project: how Argentina, historically a country of immigrants, became a country of emigrants during the economic crisis of 2001.
Emigrante (Tanghetto album). Emigrante (electrotango) is the debut album by Buenos Aires-based electronic neo-tango band Tanghetto. The music of Emigrante is a balance between the electronically generated sounds and acoustic instruments (bandoneón, piano, and guitar). The album was produced and mixed by Max Masri and coproduced by Diego S. Velázquez. Emigrante reached platinum sales in Argentina by 2006.
Tanghetto released their first album, Emigrante (electrotango) in 2003. It was inspired in the economic crisis that Argentina was facing back in 2001 and also in the feelings of distress generated by the massive exile of many young Argentines, that decided to flee from their country, in a desperate move to find a future.
Album · 2003 · 12 Songs. See All. Electrotango Sessions. El Miedo a la Libertad.
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Listen free to Tanghetto – Emigrante. Combining traditional tango's urban sensuality with today's aesthetic of electronica, Tanghetto, released their excellent debut album "Emigrante" in January 2004. With a hypnotic mood and captivating nostalgia this album is a must have for anyone interested in the new tango fusion that's becoming a new sensation in Argentina and Europe. It's an amazing instrumental album, with the bandoneon painting this modern sonic landscape that's great for both listeners and dancers. Emigrante relates the story of today’s Argentinean.
In December 2003 "Emigrante (electrotango)" (Tanghetto's debut album) was released in Argentina. The album eventually achieved platinum status and reached the top positions of many important charts of record chains. On July 2004, "Emigrante" was nominated for a Latin Grammy award in the "Best Instrumental Album" category. In 2004 Tanghetto intensified their live activity
CreditsJeffrey Adams - Sounds
Perry Geyer - Sounds
Greg Hawkes - Sounds
Marlon - Mastering
Tanghetto - Conductor, Primary Artist, Programming
XX Large - Sounds
|2||Una Ilamada (One Call)||Tanghetto||4:06|
|4||Al Final Todos Se Van (Everybody Goes Away in the End)||Tanghetto||4:09|
|5||Recursos Humanos (Human Resources)||Tanghetto||3:33|
|6||La Caíba (The Fall)||Tanghetto||4:56|
|7||El Boulevard (The Boulevard)||Tanghetto||3:53|
|8||El Siguiente Capítulo (Next Chapter)||Tanghetto||5:50|
|9||Vida Moderna en 2/4 (Modern Life in 2/4)||Tanghetto||4:08|
|11||Mente Frágil (Fragile Mind)||Tanghetto||4:56|
|12||Emigrant - Exilio del Alma (Emigrant - Exile of the Soul)||Tanghetto||4:23|