Decibelios are one of the pioneers and main reference points when talking about Oi! Music in Spain. Formed in 1980 in Barcelona, their beginnings mixed late-'70s punk and hard rock, but they gradually introduced ska elements into their sound, always accompanied by a combative and in-your-face attitude. The culmination of that sound and attitude took shape on the 1984 LP Caldo de Pollo and the mini-LP Oi! From 1985, reissued now on vinyl for the first time. The latter presents the band and their proposal at their peak, and is one of the essential records of Oi! Music recorded in Spanish. It contains fierce highlights from the band's repertoire such as "Viento de Libertad" and "Subversion," ska gems like "Ningon Nombre de Mujer" and a tremendous cover of the 4-Skins' "Chaos."
Viento De Libertad
Django El Pestoso
J'n Roll Star
Ning n Nombre De Mujer
Canci n De Cuna
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