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Congelador

Congelador

Congelador


Jorge Santis, Rodrigo Santis and Walter Roblero from Santiago de Chile were grouped in 1996 under the name of Congelador ("Freezer"). His first appearance was in 1998 compilation album Pulse. In 1998 the band released Congelador, their first album, through Quemasucabeza, independent label owned by the band. Despertar ("Awakening") was published in 1999. With two albums released, they performed at the opening of Stereolab show in Santiago, Chile. Read more on Last.fm
Jorge Santis, Rodrigo Santis and Walter Roblero from Santiago de Chile were grouped in 1996 under the name of Congelador ("Freezer"). His first appearance was in 1998 compilation album Pulse. In 1998 the band released Congelador, their first album, through Quemasucabeza, independent label owned by the band. Despertar ("Awakening") was published in 1999. With two albums released, they performed at the opening of Stereolab show in Santiago, Chile. Radio Universidad de Chile in 2000 compiled the album Perdidos en El Espacio ("Lost in Space"), with live sessions titled radio program. Iceberg was published in 2000, a completely instrumental album. Cuatro was published in 2002, a compilation of B sides of his previous productions. In addition, guitarist Jorge Silva joined the band.

After negotiations, Cuatro was published in October 2003 by Astro Discos label. The Spanish edition digipack did not have the themes of "Mario Gasc" and "Sácate los ojos" ("Take off your eyes"), but instead included a version of "Shoot You Down" Stone Roses, sung by Joseph Costa de L'Altra. With promotional purposes, the band performed at Vigo, Santiago de Compostela, La Coruna, Valencia, Barcelona and Madrid, next to La Habitación Roja. In August 2005 the band participated in the compilation Panorama neutral, published by the label Quemasucabeza. Congelador was presented live at the I Encuentro Internacional de Música Actual (EIMA), in February 1, 2006. This presentation is to date the last of the group, which took an indefinite break.

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