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Boomkat Product Review:
*Dynamite Uruguayan funk fusion classic from 1971 - comes with 28-page booklet with band history, photos, and bi-lingual lyrics* "El Syndicato made Miguel Livivich a rock tar in South America; but it was his ole effort as "Miguel u el Comité" that made him a groove-loving crate-diggers dream! That 1971 album, with Livivich firmly at the helm, fused the local candombe rhythm with beat music in an unusual and aggressive (oft-times funky) way. Miguel y el Comité played mostly original songs, but they also mixed in covers of tracks by other Uruguayan bands. They were the first to sing hits by other groups (El Kinto, Los Shakers), which added a new dimension to the burgeoning Uruguayan scene. Percussion plays a key role int he band's sound, although the guitar playing is most distinctive: sometimes melodic, at other times carving a path through the mix, with a hard and acid distorted sound, as on the title track and the fabulous cover of 'Qué me importa'".