Listen to ‘Líneas Estratégicas’, the tribute to Daniel Melero

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More than 45 artists collaborate on this compilation in tribute to the Argentine composer.

Daniel Melero, the acclaimed Argentine rock composer, musician and producer has been the central figure of a musical tribute made up of 39 songs. The compilation features the participation of more than 40 Mexican artists and groups. The material, titled Strategic lineswas conceived as a tribute made entirely by national talent.

With the collaboration of acts such as The Boy with Sad Eyes, Saul Hernandez, Black Rooster Sound, jotdog and other artists, some of the songs that are performed range from “24th floor“, going by “blood in the volcano” and “The planetary rope”, among many others.

Divided into Side A with 19 songs and Side B with 20 melodies, this group of Mexican musicians takes a tour of the discography of the keyboardist and composer who has been highly recognized in Latin America, whose career as a producer also led him to collaborate with other bands like soda Stereo, The Wizards, Babasonics and All Your Dead.

Strategic Lines (A Tribute Made in Mexico to Daniel Melero) It is now available on digital platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music and more. Don’t forget to give “Treat me gently“, “I want to be among your things” and the other tracks that make up this special tribute to the Argentine musician.


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