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Falsalarma

Falsalarma

Falsalarma


Falsalarma is a spanish Hip Hop ensemble from Sabadell, Barcelona. consisting of: DJ Neas (DJ), Dycache Santiago (producer), and the brothers El Santo (David Navarro Romero, Mc) and Titó (Angel Navarro Romero, Mc). Santo and Titó made themselves known on the spanish scene thanks to a partnership in the studio album by Frank-T "Frankattack" in a track entitled "Rap serio". Previously, they had already recorded a demo entitled "La Revolución del Sonido" ("The Revolution of Sound"). Read more on Last.fm
Falsalarma is a spanish Hip Hop ensemble from Sabadell, Barcelona. consisting of: DJ Neas (DJ), Dycache Santiago (producer), and the brothers El Santo (David Navarro Romero, Mc) and Titó (Angel Navarro Romero, Mc). Santo and Titó made themselves known on the spanish scene thanks to a partnership in the studio album by Frank-T "Frankattack" in a track entitled "Rap serio". Previously, they had already recorded a demo entitled "La Revolución del Sonido" ("The Revolution of Sound"). They are part of the collective "la placka", together with Sucios Socios, Prome, Demo, the group Turntablist (dj's) Kutting Monkeys, and several producers. In 2000 they release their first maxi-album edited by Avoid, entitled "No hay quien nos pare" ("No one can stop us").

Two years later, they published their first LP, named "La misiva" ("The missive"), and Dycache Santiago issued a battle disc for DJ's named "Tácticas y Técnicas". 2005 is the most productive year of their career. It starts for them with the release of their second studio album entitled "Alquimia" ("Alchemy"), which received good reviews by the spanish press and hip-hop supporters. This album gives rise to the first video clip of the group, drawn from the song "Bondad O Malicia" ("Kindness Or Malice"), where they discuss gender violence from a new perspective: the mistreater's conscience. In October of that year they perform at Aqualung concert hall in Madrid, where they record a DVD of their staging. Falsalarma become the third group of Spanish Hip-Hop in having a live DVD, after Violadores del Verso and Nach. At the end of the same year they record a new song called "El más buscado" ("The most wanted") for the Spanish version of the car video game "Need for Speed: Most Wanted".

The theme is published in a maxi by their record company together with the instrumental version, used in some videos of the game. The third studio album by Falsalarma is published on April 30, 2008, under the name of "Ley de vida", Law of life. It consists of 17 tracks and only one collaboration: by Morodo. The first edition came out at a reduced price (9'95 €) to sell more units. The album is released under the label "Falsalarma Records".

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