V/A feat. Cibo Matto – Red Hot + Latin: Silencio = Muerte Redux (CD, US)

25 July 2006 Nacional Records NCL 68474
01. Los Lobos + Money Mark – Pepe and Irene
02. Café Tacuba + David Byrne – Yolanda Nigüas
03. Todos Tus Muertos + Auténticos Decadentes – Gente Que No
04. Los Fabulosos Cadillacs + Fishbone – What’s New Pussycat?
05. Cuca + Youth Brigade – El Son Del Dolor
06. Los Pericos + Buju Banton – Wanna Be Loved
07. Sen Dog, Mellow Man Ace, MC Skeey + Mr. Rico – Quien Es Ese Negro
08. Reign + Hurricane G – Padre Nuestro
09. Geggy Tah + King Changó – Whoever You Are
10. Cibo Matto – Águas De Março
11. Diego Frenkel (La Portuária), Aterciopelados + Laurie Anderson – Una Hoja, Una Raiz
12. Andrés Calamaro – Cosas Que Me Ayudan A Olvidar
13. Sol Tapado – Thievery Corporation
14. Peligroso – Plastilina Mosh
15. Qué bonito bailas – Nortec Collective
16. Sister Twisted – Kinky
17. Brazilian Girls & Kevin Johansen – Crosseyed And Painless
V/A feat. Cibo Matto - Red Hot + Latin: Silencio = Muerte Redux  (CD, US) - Cover
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NOTES:
10 Year Anniversary Reissue of Silencio = Muerte issued in stickered DigiPak with clear tray. Features ‘Águas de Março’ (Waters of March) by Cibo Matto featuring Russell Simins on Vocals.

This track was also released on Pretty Super Relax (7″, JAPAN) and the various promos/editions of Super Relax.

The 2006 re-issue includes five new tracks (13 – 17) and leaves off Juan Perro – Historia De La Radio, Rubén Blades- No Te Miento, Melissa Etherudge – Sin Tener A Donde Ir, La Ley – You Come And Go, Víctimas Del Doctor Cerebro – Venas and Sepultura – War.

“Silencio = Muerte: Red Hot + Latin, originally released in 1997 on Jellybean Benitez’ H.O.L.A Recordings, was the tenth album in the Red Hot series created to fund the fight against AIDS in Latin America and the Latino community. The pairing of artists like David Byrne and Café Tacuba reflected a cultural encounter far ahead of its time that continues to provide a music-without-language-barriers soundtrack for the multi-cultural American experience. When ‘Red Hot & Latin’ was originally released, the album was the subject of an MTV special that received widespread critical praise and aired worldwide.

In celebration of the ten year anniversary of Red Hot + Latin, Nacional Records is bringing back the ahead-of-its-time compilation and reissuing it as Red Hot + Latin Redux with brand new bonus tracks from some of today’s most cutting-edge Latin Alternative artists. It also features remastered tracks from the original release. And all the tracks from the original and the reissue will be available for digital download.” – redhot.org

SONG CREDITS:
Produced: Tomas Cookman
Original Executive Producers: Jellybean Benitez & John Carlins
Originally Mastered by Howie Weinberg at Masterdisk
Reissue Mastered: Jason Johnson

Created by Tomas Cookman
Red Hot Supervising Producer: Beco Dranoff
Production Managers: Laima Pandars & Alice M. Rubin
Red Hot Clearences/Contract Administration: Brian Hanna
Bookman International A&R Assistants: Christof Huber & Estanis Figurda

01. Los Lobos & Money Mark – Pepe & Irene
Writers: Los Lobos/Money Mark/Mario C.
Produced: Mario C. & Los Lobos
Engineered: Mario C. & Bob Schaper
Mixed: Mario C.
Recorded at CRG Studios, CA and Marios House, CA.
© 1996 No K.O. Music/Ceros Music/Davince Music/Pelican Man Music/Black Saint Music (BMI)
Adm. By Bug Music, Fido Speaks Music (ASCAP)
Los Lobos apper courtesy of Warner Bros. Records
Money Mark Appears courtesy of A&M records Ltd.
Run Time: 3:33

02. Café Tacuba & David Byrne – Yolanda Nigüas
Vocals/Guitar: David Byrne
Cafe Tacuba:
Bass: Quique Rangel
Guitar: Joselo Rangel
Keyboards/Melodeon and Drums: Emanuel Del Real Diaz
Vocals: Ruben Albarran
Percussion: Luis Conte
Written by David Byrne and Ruben Albarran
Produced by Gustavo A. Santaolalla
Recorded by Anibal Kerpel at El Ensayo, Mexico & Tony Peluso at the Enterprise Burbank, CA
© 1996 Index Music Inc., (ASCAP) and Waner/Chappell
David Byrne appears courtesy of Luaka Bob/Warner Bros. Records
Cafe Tacuba appear courtesy of Warner Music Mexico S.A. DE. C.V.
Run Time: 3:24

03. Todos Tus Muertos And Los Autenticos Decadentes – Gente Que No
Bass: Todus Tus Muertos Felix Guitierrez
Drums: Pablo Potenzoni
Guitar/Backing Vocals: Horacio ‘Gamexane’ Villafane
Keyboard: Willy
Vocals: Fidel Nadal
Vocals: Pablito ‘Dronkit Master’

Los Autenticos Decadentes
Timbales/Backing Vocals: Martin ‘La Mosca’ Lorenzo
Tambor: Alberto ‘Superman’ Troglio
Congas: Gaston ‘Frances’ Bernardou
Guiro/Backing Vocals: Eduardo ‘Animal’ Tripodi
Guitar: Gustavo ‘Nito’ Montecchia Zampona/Backing Vocals: Diego ‘Cebolla’ Dimarco
Quena/Vocals/Backing Vocals: Jorge ‘Perro Viejo’ Serrano
Vocals: Cucho Parisi
Sax/Backing Vocals: Pablo ‘Paito’ Cabanchik
Trumpet/Backing Vocals: Guillermo ‘Kapanga’ Eijo
Trombone: Daniel ‘Bambi’ Zimbello
Backing Vocals: Nicolas Landa
Written by J. Serrano, H. Villafane, F. Gutierrez and F. Nadel
Produced by Los Autenticos Decadentes, Todos Tus Muertos and Gustavo Borner at Music Grinder, CA. Mixed by Gustavo Borner at Rusk Studios, CA.
Mixing Engineer: Stan
Publishing courtesy of BMG Ariola Argentina, S.A.
Todus Tu Muertos appear courtesy of Grita!
Los Autenicos Decadentes appear courtesy of BMG Ariola Argentina, S.A.
Run Time: 4:13

04. Los Fabulosos Cadillacs & Fishbone – What’s New Pussycat?
Vocals: Cadillacs Vincentico
Upright Bass: Senor Flavio
Guitar: Vaino
Drums: Fernando Ricciardi
Percussion: Gerado Toto Rotblat
Keyboards: Mario Piker ‘Siperman’
Trombone: Fernando Albareda
Sax: Sergio Rotman
Vocals/Barotone Sax: Fishboneangelo Moore
Acoustic Guitar: John Bigham
Trumpet: ‘Dirty’ Walter A. Kibby III
Bass: Norwood Fisher
Percussion: Phillip Fisher
Written by Bert Bacharach*
Produced by Los Fabulosos Cadillacs & Fishbone
Engineered by Doug Mckenan at Hit Factory, NY
Assisted by Kevin Stone & Greg Thompson
Mixed by Cesar Sogbie at South Beach Studios, Miami Beach
Publishing courtesy of EMI U Catalogue Inc.
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs appear courtesy of Sony Argentina
Fishbone appear courtesy of Rowdy Records
Run Time: 4:13

*spelt ‘Bachrach’ on sleeve notes.

05. Cuca & Youth Brigade – El Son Del Dolor
Cuca
Vocals: Jose Fors
Guitars: Galo Ochoa
Bass: Carlos Aviles
Drums: Nacho Gonzalez
Youth Brigade
Vocals/Guitar: Shawn Stern
Vocals/Drums: Mark Stern
Vocals/Bass: Adam Stern
Vocals/Guitar: Johnny ‘Two Bags’ Wickersham
Produced, Mixed and Engineered by Steve Kravac at Westbeach Studios, Hollywood, CA.
Written: Cuca
Produced: Cuca
Recorded at Olgo Estudios, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Engineer: Arturo ‘Tuti’ Perales
Assistant: Armando ‘Rostro’ Jimenez
© 1996 Edim Music Publishing
Youth Brigade appear courtesy of BYO Records
Cuca appear courtesy of Culebra/Bertelsman De Mexico, S.A. DE C.V., Divison BMG Ariola/Culebra Run Time: 4:03

06. Los Pericos & Buju Banton – Wanna Be Loved
Vocals: Buju Banton
Background Vocals: Marcia Griffiths
Vocals: Bahiano
Los Pericos
Keyboards/Programming: Diego Blanco
Latin Percussion: Marcelo Blanco
Drums: Ariel Raiman
Guitar: Juanchi Baleiron
Guitar: Willy Valentini
Bass: Gaston Moreira
Sax Alto: Horacio Avendano
Guest Musicians:
Trumpet: Miguel Angel Tallarita
Trombone: Juan Escolona
Barotone Sax/Flute: Axel Kriger
Written by Mark Myrie, Dave Kelly, Danny Browne and Hopeton Lindo
Produced by Donovan Germain
Additional Production: Dave Kelly
Engineers: Michael Cooper, Andre Tyrell and Dave Kelly
Mixing Engineer: Dave Kelly
Recorded and Mixed at Penthouse Recording Studio, Kingston Jamaica
Additional arrangement and production by Los Pericos
Recorded and Mixed by Walter Chacon and Mario Breuer at ‘El Pie’ Studios, Argentina
Assitant: Marcelo Mattioli
Executive production: Santiago Zambonini
© 1995 Songs of Polygram International Inc./Germain Music (BMI)/Gunsmoke Music Pub. Admin. by Polygram International Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)/EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI) O/B/O EMI Music publishing (PRS). All rights reserved. Used by Permission
International copyright secured. Original version of ‘Wanna Be Loved’ appears on Buju Banton’s ‘Til Shiloh on Loose Cannon Reocrds, A Polygram company.
Run Time: 4:07

07. Sen Dog & Mellow Man Ace & MC Skeey & Mr. Rico & DJ Rif – Quien Es Ese Negro
Written by DJ Rif, Sen Dog, Mellow Man Ace, MC SKeet & Mr Rico
Produced by DJ Rif for Sub-Culture Sound Systems courtesy of Rampage Entertainment
Recorded and Mixed by Louie ‘New Tatts’ Teran at Music Grinder Studios, Hollywood, CA.
Executive Producer: Stefano ‘Styles’ Percivaldi
Publishing courtesy of the writers and ‘Dora’s Roof-Top Groove Music’ (BMI)
Sen Dog appears courtesy of Ruffhouse/Colombia Records
MC Skeey appears courtesy of Warner Music Mexico S.A. DE C.V.
Run Time: 4:42

08. Reign & Hurricane G – Padre Nuestro
Written by Jellybean, Ray Basora, Domingo Padilla and Gloriee Rodriguez
Produced by Domingo for Deranged Funk Productions.
Published by House of Fun Music (BMI)/Stingray Music, (ASCAP)/Deranged Music/Jumping Bean Songs, L.L.C. (BMI)
Reign and Hurricane appear courtesy of H.O.L.A. Recordings, L.L.C.
Run Time: 3:37

09. Geggy Tah And King Chango – Whoever You Are
Written by T. Jordan and G. Kurstin
Spanish Version: Andrew Blanco
Vocals/Pocket Trumpet/Bass/Sqeaky Wheel/Melody/Owl Alignments/Dashboard Drumming: Tommy Jordan
M3 Organ/Button Organ Bass/Guitars/Clavinet/Backing Vocals/Drum Programming: Greg Kurstin
Raggamuffin: Blanquito Man
Cuatro: Luis Blanco
Gongo/Ring-Modulated Cowbell: Fernando Velez
Additional Screams: Kat, Fernando, Andres, Tommy and Blanquito Man
Additional Guitar: Arto Lindsay
Bass: Glenda Lee
Produced and mixed by Andres Levin, Pat Dillet and Tommy Jordan
Rubber-Dubbed and mixed at Kampo, NY
Assistant Engineer: Kenji Shimoda
Publishing courtesy of and © 1996 Nuda Music Publishing (BMI)
Very special thanks to Yale Evelev and Greg Weeks.
Geggy Tah and King Chango appear courtesy of Luaka Bob/Warner Bros. Records
Run Time: 4:15

10. Cibo Matto – Águas De Março
Águas de Março (Waters of March)
Vocals: Miho Hatori
Keyboards: Yuka Honda
with
Vocals: Russell Simins
Guitar: Marc Ribot
Bass/Backing Vocals: Sean Lennon
Drums: Dougie Bowne
Trumpet: Dave Douglas
Trombone: Curtis Fowlkes
Backing Vocals: Timo Ellis
Writer: Antonio Carlos Jobim
Produced: Yuka Honda
© 1973 Antonio Carlos Jobim
Published by Corcovado Music Corporation
International copyright secured
All rights reserved
Cibo Matto appear courtesy of Warner Bros. Records
Run Time: 3:18

11. Diego Frenkel (La Portuaria), Aterciopelados & Laurie Anderson – Una Hoja, Una Raiz
Vocals: Diego Frenkel
Vocals: Andrea Echeverri
Violin: Laurie Anderson
Slide Dobro: Gabe Gordon
Bass: Andy Hess
Purcussion: Cyro Baptista
Feedback Drum Loop: Fernado Samalea
Programming/Piano/Acoustic Guitar: C-N-A
Written by D. Frankel, A. Echeverri, H. Buitrago, A. Leven and C. Celli
Produced and Mixed by Andres Levin and Camus Mare Celli for C-N-A Productions Inc.
Assisted by George Evangeliou at Unique and Scott Young at Avatar
Grabado En Svuga Svuga Studios Brooklyn
Unique Recording, NYC.
Mixed at Avatar, NYC
With special thanks to Zoethrall, Darci Fuller and Tony Drootin
Publishing courtesy of the Writers and Diego Frankel (SADAIC), Boneless Music (BMI) and EMI Music/Cool Banana Music (ASCAP)
Diego Frenkel appears courtesy of EMI-Odeon S.AI.C. Argentina Records
Aterciopelados appears courtesy of BMG Aroila De Colombia S.A.
Laurie Anderson appears courtesy of Waner Bros. Records
Run Time: 4:01

12. Andrés Calamaro – Cosas Que Me Ayudan A Olvidar
Written by Andres Calamaro
Produced by Andres Calamaro
Engineered/Mixed by Eduardo Ruiz
Recorded and Mixed at Sintonia Studios, Madrid
Publishing courtesy of Grabaciones Encontradas S.L.
Andre Calamaro appears courtesy of Dro East West, S.A.
Run Time: 3:57

13. Sol Tapado – Thievery Corporation
14. Peligroso – Plastilina Mosh
15. Qué bonito bailas – Nortec Collective
16. Sister Twisted – Kinky
17. Brazilian Girls & Kevin Johansen – Crosseyed And Painless
[the Redux edition doesn’t feature individual song credits]

SLEEVE NOTES:
“The original edition of Red Hot + Latin was the tenth project produced by the Red Hot Organization to rasie money and awareness to stop the spread of AIDS.

Red Hot + Latin Redux is a deliberate attempt to continue dealing with AIDS in Latin America and the US Latino community. AIDS is truly a global problem.

Even though there is not yet a cure and AIDS continues to burn like a wild fire around the world, it is a preventable disease. Using a latex condom when engaging in vaginal or anal intercourse is a relatively simple precaution compared to the mortal risk of HIV infection. The other primary mode of passing the virus is through unclean needles, so, if you are an injection drug user, clean your works and don’t share needles.

Too many people have suffered and died because simple information and prejudice surrounding AIDS has made a health crisis into a vast social tragedy. We hope that the joyful noise emanating from this album will help people come together to fight this terrible disease.

Red Hot + Latin was a labor of love originally put together ten years ago with the help of a lot of understanding musicians, artists, labels, publishers and music lovers. A lot has changed in this last decade not only in music but also in the understanding of AIDS within the Latino communities of the world. I am happy to say that the songs on the original Red Hot + Latin have survived the tests of time and still sound fresh and exciting. Enjoy them and the new songs we have added. Play this cd often and loud and don’t forget, “no glove, no love”.
– Tomas Cookman

DETAILS:
ARTWORK:
Cover Artwork: Manuel Ocampo
Reissue Artwork: Abraham Rodriguez-Smith

BARCODE: 6 89076 84742 1

MATRIX: “4 NCL 68474-2 RE-2 01 ifpi L909 Z53471”

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