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SoundsXP: Los Chicos "In The Age Of Stupidity"

In the week when the king of Spain went on TV to express his concern about the county's economic crisis (and avoided talking about his recent jaunt to Africa to blow the living shit out of some endangered wildlife), us foreigners can only speculate as to what the Spanish public make of it all. Is the best way to tackle a crisis to panic and get your brain into a state of depression and uncertainly? Or is it just to carry on regardless, fight how you've always fought, take it in your stride and try and wring what you can out of life? On 'War Or Party', Madrid veterans Los Chicos address this very problem. Their decision seems to be "It's gonna be war or party, so let's have fun".

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Mastruenos: Los Chicos "In The Age Of Stupidity"

The sexiest band of Spain (I speak very in serious) recently presented less than a month its new Lp. The Boys have won throughout 12 years of existence a fame than justified: lovers of the good one for eating and the beer in amounts industrial, responsible for the sweatiest and festive rock and roll of all the state and creators of the best direct national with character underground.

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I-94 Bar: Los Chicos "In The Age Of Stupidity"

It's obvious that you're in the presence of greatness at a gig when a singer coaxes the entire crowd to limbo down lower than he. So it goes with Los Chicos, a mobile garage rock party ruled by a mixture of red wine and Coca Cola who've swung through Australia on a couple of occasions. Of course, gig greatness often does not translate to shiny silver CD or black platter. "In The Age Of Stupidity" is an exception to that rule.

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Sonic Wave Magazine: Los Chicos "In The Age Of Stupidity"

After recent vinyl indispensable and yet, "We sound acoustic but we look like shit. Live in Radio 3 "(Dirty Water Recrods / FOLC Records), now bring us fifth largest disk (not more, who are still children). "In the Age of Stupidty" (Dirty Water Records) shows them stupid and oblivious as ever. Repeat Mike Mariconda (Raunch Hands, The Devil Dogs) in controls with the sole intention of recreating the raw sound of the direct normal.

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