37 degree - 37 grados

«37 degrees»
Simple of Radio Futura
Recording 1987
Genders) Pop
Record label Ariola
Author (s) Santiago Auserón
"They have both fallen"
(1985)
"37 degrees"
(1987)
«Annabel Lee»
(1987)

" 37 degrees " is a song by the Spanish rock group Radio Futura published in 1987.

Description

Pop-rock song in which influences of the merengue rhythm have been found [ 1 ] Although it has sometimes been described as a succession of disconnected phrases, [ 2 ] it has also been tried to discover in its lyrics a story of a love . [ 3 ]

The song reached No. 1 on the Top 40 chart the week of April 25, 1987.

Format

Released at the beginning of the year as a single, in advance of the LP Juan Perro's song , it would come out in three versions: in maxi-single, 77 on 12-inch vinyl with " A heads or tails " on B-side, and finally on 7 inches at 45 rpm, along with " At a Dog Dance "

Versions

The issue was versioned by La Fuga for the tribute album Radio Futura Arde Street , published in 2004. [ 4 ]

References

  1. ^ El Universal , ed. (November 24, 2007). "Sound Territory" . Retrieved February 24, 2015 .
  2. Rock Histories (ed.). «Radio Futura» . Archived from the original on February 24, 2015 . Retrieved February 24, 2015 .
  3. Lafonoteca (ed.). " The Song of Juan Perro " . Retrieved February 24, 2015 .
  4. ^ Discogs (ed.). «File Burns the Street » . Retrieved February 24, 2015 .

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