Album ref.: VKKD118-047
13-title CD – 58:04 mn + 13 Instrumentals for karaoke
Available in MP3 – 320 Kb/s and OGG formats
Ĉiamen plu - La Perdita Generacio – Sweden-Germany
Produced by Vinilkosmo / LPG © 2013
Please note: The complete album is also available in the following formats by clicking on the desired format: FLAC or Fair Trade Streaming (ABONKLUBO)
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La Perdita Generacio finally returns with a fresh album. With their first two albums and many concerts at youth events, LPG obtained a position as one of the best-known groups in Esperanto. Songs like “La kosma aventuro”, “Ĉiuj ni amegas Usonon”, “Malantaŭen”, “Ne normalas, nur kutimas”, “Amokanto”, etc. have become nearly cult songs for young Esperantists.
Five years have passed since the last album (Eksplodigos vian domon), so the expectations on the new album are great. You won’t be disappointed, Ĉiamen plu develops the musical path that made the band famous: beautiful melodies, playful texts on important issues, and an affectionate atmosphere.
Ĉiamen plu is a continuation of the first albums, but it also introduces a lot of novelties: a rap part by Platano; songs written by both Anna and Hendjo and by entire group as a community; and two covers from other artists. The international audience probably already knows the classic antiwar song by Boris Vian, “La dizertanto” (“Le déserteur”). LPG modernized it and recorded it in their touching style. Even the Swedish public is unlikely to know the cosmic bear Mullhippiar Neffsonsson, but LPG discovered his music and rewrote his “Plastokanto”, making the Esperantists sing along with “Everything beautiful in the world must finally become plastic!”.
With the album Ĉiamen plu, LPG has tried to perpetuate some touching images and experiences: moments of travel, adventure, struggle, friendship, sex, tears…. The album ends with a feeling well known by more or less all Esperantists, "Do you feel like me, that this week should never end?".
“Ĉu vi kontentas?” (are you satisfied?) is the penultimate title and probably the longest pop song in the history of Esperanto music. It is moreover a worthy question after the five-year wait for Ĉiamen plu. This album is produced with an even higher quality than the previous ones. The lyrics reach at least the same level. The group is more consistent than ever. So the main reason of discontent could only be if you have to wait five more years for the next La Perdita Generacio album.
La Perdita Generacio is:
– Anna Burenius: vocals, guitar, piano, wood block, tambourine, percussion, etc.
– Hendrik Lönngren: vocals, instruments, synthesizer, bass, rhythm machine, etc.
– Karin Nordström: bass, rhythm machine, vocals, wood block, ukulele, egg, frog, etc.
– Tomas Q. Nilsson: vocals, guitar, clarinet, etc.
Recorded by Daniel Tukia and LPG in Lund and Härnösand (Sweden) and Heidelberg (Germany).
Mixed by Daniel Leksell and LPG in Falun (Sweden).
Masterized by Daniel Leksell in Falun.
Cover and booklet graphics: Alveola Ämting, assisted by Gertrud Rydén and Charlotte Ämting.
Photos: Åsa Maria Hermansson and LPG.
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