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Sacros

Sacros

Sacros


“Sacros” (‘The Sacred’) was a Chilean rock band inspired by the spiritual passion and veneration for the great gods of South America, such as Quetzalcoatl, the Plumed Serpent, god of the ancient Mayas and Viracocha, Lord of Tiahuanaku in the Andes mountains. “Sacros” recorded the debut LP on the state label IRT and the production was destroyed by the Pinochet military regime. Only very few copies survived from destruction. The music goes in the same direction as Los Jaivas Read more on Last.fm
“Sacros” (‘The Sacred’) was a Chilean rock band inspired by the spiritual passion and veneration for the great gods of South America, such as Quetzalcoatl, the Plumed Serpent, god of the ancient Mayas and Viracocha, Lord of Tiahuanaku in the Andes mountains. “Sacros” recorded the debut LP on the state label IRT and the production was destroyed by the Pinochet military regime. Only very few copies survived from destruction. The music goes in the same direction as Los Jaivas, Los Blops and El Congreso (all from Chile) and Lula Cortez from Brazil. It has a great 12 string Rickenbacker sounds, effects, great vocals and rhythms with an experimental touch. You can call this easy one of the rarest albums from Latin America since only a handful of copies survived.

Patricio Panussis (guitar & vocals) Hernan Valdovinos (bass & vocals) and Tomas R. Herrera (percussion). 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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