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On the Rock
Andres-Calamaro-On-the-rock.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 1, 2010
GenreLatin rock
Length47:29
LanguageSpanish
LabelWarner Music
ProducerAndrés Calamaro
Guido Nisenson
Candy Caramelo
Andrés Calamaro chronology
La Lengua Popular
(2007)
On the Rock
(2010)
Bohemio
(2013)
Singles from On the Rock
  1. "Los Divinos"
  2. "Tres Marías"
  3. "Flor De Samurai"
  4. "El Perro"
  5. "Gomontonera"
  6. "Me Envenenaste"
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Rolling Stone Magazine4/5 stars link
Allmusic4.5/5 stars link

On the Rock is the 20th studio album by Argentine singer-songwriter Andrés Calamaro, released on June 1, 2010.

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Barcos [Ships]" (featuring Diego El Cigala and Niño Josele)Andrés Calamaro3:54
2."Te extraño [I Miss You]" (featuring El Langui)Calamaro, Candy Caramelo, El Langui4:25
3."El Pasodoble de los amigos ausentes [Paso Doble of the Absent Friends]"Calamaro2:58
4."Todos se van [Everbody Go]"Calamaro3:32
5."Los divinos [The Divines]"Calamaro2:47
6."Flor de samurai"Calamaro, Gringui Herrera2:51
7."Insoportablemente cruel [Unbearable Cruel]" (featuring Calle 13 and Jerry Gonzalez)Calamaro, René Pérez4:32
8."Tres Marías"Calamaro3:33
9."Te solté la rienda" (featuring Enrique Bunbury)José Alfredo Jiménez2:34
10."Me envenenaste [You Poisoned Me]"Calamaro3:01
11."Gomontonera"Calamaro3:15
12."El perro [The Dog]"Calamaro, Marcelo Scornik2:26

Bonus tracks

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Insoportablemente Cruel [Puerto Rico Mix]" (featuring Calle 13)Calamaro, Residente 
14."Tres Marías [Pablo Lescano Mix]" (featuring Pablo Lescano and Vicentico)Calamaro 

Digipack Deluxe

The Digipack Deluxe includes:[1]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Samurai (Central Station)"  
2."Tortura china (featuring Calle 13)"  
3."Todos se van (Armonía Molecular)"Calamaro 
4."Tres Marías (NQCP)"Calamaro 
5."Perdóname"  
6."Vasos Vacíos (Fabuloso Tributo)"Vicentico 

Personnel

  • Andrés Calamaro – Lead vocals, guitars, keyboards.
  • Julián Kanewsky – guitars.
  • Diego García – guitars.
  • Tito Dávila – guitars.
  • Candy Caramelo – Bass.
  • José "El Niño" Bruno – Drums.
  • Andrés Calamaro, Guido Nisenson and Candy Caramelo – Producers.
  • Guido Nisenson – Engineer.

Videoclips

  1. Los Divinos
  2. Tres Marias (featuring Dante Spinetta, Emmanuel Horvilleur, Miranda!, Pablo Lescano, Vicentico, Zambayonny and Aníbal Fernández)

Charts

Chart (2010) Peak
position
Mexican Albums (Top 100 Mexico)[2] 43
Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE)[3] 1

References


This page was last edited on 20 January 2021, at 02:51
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