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Artist: Rata Blanca

Title: Magos, Espadas Y Rosas

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1990

Label: Polydor / Polygram Discos S.A

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Personnel

Walter Giardino Lead Guitars
Sergio Berdichevsky Guitars
Gustavo Rowek Drums
Guillermo Sánchez Bass
Adrián Barilari Vocals
Hugo Bistolfi Keyboards

Tracks

1.  La Leyenda Del Hada Y El Mago  
2.  Mujer Amante  
3.  El Beso De La Bruja  
4.  Haz Tu Jugada  
5.  El Camino Del Sol  
6.  Días Duros  
7.  Porque Es Tan Difícil Amar  
8.  Preludio Obsesivo  
9.  Bonus Track  
10.  Otoño Medieval Bonus Track  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: luislpaez Date: April 5, 2005 at 23:46
their best!

From: ismael Date: May 2, 2005 at 18:04
otro ejemplo de lo maravillo ue es rata

From: "el gran Ñako" Date: November 17, 2005 at 12:31
Excepcional trabajo de los Rainbow argentinos. Comienza con “la leyenda del hada y el mago” una preciosa historia de amor en un tema fuera de serie, pero le sigue una de las baladas más bonitas cantadas en español, “mujer amante” es una maravilla para los oídos. Son los dos grandes temas de un álbum que no decepciona en ningún momento. Giardino es un monstruo de la guitarra y Barilari canta genial en este disco, sin duda el mejor de los Rata.

From: ROBERT Date: March 7, 2006 at 11:55
Si señor!! los Rainbow Argentinos!! Maraviyosos, tb reminiscencias YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, por supuesto!! Mujer Amante Me encanta!!

From: PODEROSO YIRO Date: January 23, 2007 at 22:20
La potencia de Rata aqui se muestra con una alineación bastante prolífica. Destacan especialmente "La leyenda del mago y del hada" una obra maestra, una epica historia narrada sobre la base de una música que sigue toda la tradición del rock medieval cultivado por Rainbow y Deep Purple... y sobre todo ese hermoso poema que se titula "Mujer Amante"... Barilari nos muestra los hermosos alcances de su voz y Giardino, simplemente espectacular, con toda la escuela de Blackmore a cuestas

From: Stanley 80´s Date: November 6, 2010 at 9:09
One of the best albuns that I heard of South American band , but for me this albun is Heavy Metal and no Hard Rock, who don´t agree listen the songs like "El Beso da La Bruja", is a pure Heavy Metal

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 7, 2015 at 15:30
Hailing from Argentina comes one of the best acts in South America,a band that is very influenced by European sounds in Metal terms..."La Leyenda Del Hada Y El Mago","El Beso De la Bruja","Haz Tu Jugada" & "El Camino Del Sol" are my faves...fans of Deep Purple or early Rainbow will love them...86/100


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