González, María Urtuzuástegui, Eugenia León, Magos Herrera and Julio Díaz, among others whom, along with Fratta, build a Babel Tower with sounds from many countries,and the enigmatic, yet intricate, Mexico City. In 2003 with his fifth record, Motel, the accumulated on-stage and studio experience is capitalized in a record that reflects perfectly the turn of the century, and the zillion ways in which it can be seen or heard. Looking back: Fratta's breakthrough in the Mexican musical stages began in 1988. After a rather classical he turned to electronic instruments by the time he was in College, studying Architecture and graphics.
Romántico Desliz (1993) and Acústico Desliz (1995) were the first two albums, produced for BMG and both released in Mexico and the US. Then came La Espuma de los Dias (1998) and Realidad (1999), released by Discos Intolerancia. Back in 1998, Fratta donated a song for the album UN MUNDO UNA ESPERANZA, produced by the Mexican Foundation for the Fight Against AIDS. Fratta was invited by Spanish singer - composer Joaquin Sabina to join him on the "Yo, mi, me, contigo" tour México 1996. He played a couple of his songs in the shows Joaquin played in Queretaro, Monterrey and Guanajuato, at the Festival Internacional Cervantino at Guanajuato city. In 2005 a double-disc compilation album was released grandeSEXitos with special versions of some earlier work.
Follow in 2009 by his latest creation Malafama. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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