Meanwhile, the band made several performances in Buenos Aires Capital City and in several towns of some provinces in Argentina, which was a quantum leap for the band. The stage performance grew firmer and the writing of new songs became more definitely shaped, thus making the musical proposal of the band more precise. Under these circumstances, without having the EP ready, Cesar Andino suggested the band recording a CD including 11 songs in november 2005. The band accepted the proposal and started to work on new songs in order to go on with the recording sessions.
It was in this same period that the band was offered to take part in the triple album which paid homage to Luis Alberto Spinetta called "Al Flaco... Dale Gracias". Here, the band made its contribution by recording their own version of “Alma de Diamante”, this being the first track in the whole series of the tribute. This work came out at the beginning of 2007 (currently on a third edition) with excelent reviews.
Despite the hard work which recording an album involves, Cirse continues with live shows in different parts of the country (Esperanza, Cayastá, Paraná, Santa Fé, Capilla del Señor, San Pedro, among others). By mid 2007 the edition and mastering of the debut album was finished. The name of the album is “Bi-Polar”, and it will be released on December 14 th 2007, under the edition of ArteDark. the band: Luciana Segovia– vocals Gabriel Leopardi– guitars Ziva– bass Luisao– drums Read more on Last.fm.
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