Release Info: TRIBUTE TO THE RECORDS - I REMEMBER YOUR NAME (1996)
"In 1996, Antonio Maimo (Baleares, Spain) a fan of The Records had the idea to make a tribute to them. But like the phenomenon of making tribute records to famous gropus and singers, which was at the first moment unquestionably refreshing, had turned into a common matter, what to do?
The intention was to pay a different tribute to The Records, but... how?: by the exaltation of one of their albums.
Here are reunited a lot of spanish indie bands covering the Crashes songs.
He thought it's not a good thing to make comparision between all these bands by listening their songs.
If you are an old fan of the band, just think that he has got a lot: after more than 15 years, here are all those songs, which are almost in the hands of the next generation, and they are as shiny as they were before. (Taken from the linner notes of the album written by Eduardo Ranedo)"
Mr Snoid - Rumour sets the woods alight / Los Potros - Hearts in her eyes / Ross - I don't remember your name / Malconsejo - Man with a girl proof heart / Sunday Crime - The same mistakes / The Happy Losers - Girl in golden disc / Matamala - Spent a week with you last night / Crocodiles - Hearts will be broken / Heartbeats - The worriers / Los Huespedes Felices - Guitars in the sky / Pop Machine - Hearts in her eyes (electric version)
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