Third part of a trilogy of critically acclaimed albums. The first two albums in this sequence of releases deal with the themes of War and Peace, with "Heaven's Gate" closing the trilogy on the theme of Love.
Salon Dada Ensayo 1986
Buh 7" BUHR128 8597358766259 17 Jan 20
Format: 7" (pink vinyl) "Ensayo 1986" ("Rehearsal 1986") by Salón Dadá (Peru), published for the first time in vinyl format. Salón Dadá was a Peruvian post-punk band made up of Támira Bassallo, Jaime de Lama and Juan Huamán Hoover, active in the Lima underground movement of the 80s, known as "Rock subterráneo". They left no official recordings. But at the end of 1986, they did record a 4-track rehearsal which began to circulate as an unofficial demo, becoming a classic of the period. "Ensayo 1986" ("Rehearsal 1986") is now published for the first time in vinyl format. Presented as a pink 7-inch EP, this new addition to our Essential Sounds collection is a companion to the Salón Dadá / Col Corazón LP Salón Dadá / Col Corazón - Lo que no existe, existe: Registros de una saga post punk en el Perú (1986-1990) (BUHR116), which collects live recordings