Modena City Ramblers  •  ¡Viva La Vida, Muera La Muerte!

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  • ¡Viva La Vida, Muera La Muerte!
    • 2004 - Mescal MES 006 LP
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  • Track List
    1. Viva La Vida
    2. El Presidente
    3. Ramblers Blues
    4. I Cento Passi
    5. Mira Niño
    6. Ebano
    7. Stelle Sul Mare
    8. Lontano
    9. Al Fiómm
    10. Il Testamento Di Tito (Fabrizio De André)
    11. Altri Mondi (Luca Lanzi, Modena City Ramblers)
    12. La Fòla Ed La Sira (Giovanni Rubbiani, Modena City Ramblers)

  • Modena City Ramblers
    • Stefano "Cisco" Bellotti: Lead Vocals
    • Massimo "Ice" Ice: Electric Bass & Acoustic, Bass, Vocals
    • Franco D'Aniello: Flute, Tin Whistle, Trumpet, Vocals
    • Francesco "Fry" Moneti: Acoustic & Electric, Baritone Guitar, Acoustic & Electric Violin, Oud, Mandolin, Vocals
    • Roberto Zeno: Drums, Percussion, Vocals
    • Archangel "Kaba" Cavazzuti: Drums, Percussion, Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Vocals
    • Luca "Gabibbo" Giacometti: Bouzouki, Mandolin, Vocals
    • Daniele Contardo: Accordion, Organ, Chorus
  • Musicians
    • Max Casacci: Electric Guitar (Track: 2), Baritone Guitar (Track: 11) & Chorus
    • Ale Bavo: Keyboards (Track: 1), Synth (Tracks: 8, 9) & Chorus
    • Massimo Giuntini: Uilleann Pipes (Track: 11)
    • Amik Guerra: Trumpet (Track: 1)
    • Sara Piolanti: Vocals (Tracks: 6, 7, 11)
    • Gito Baloi: Vocals (Track: 8)
    • Nibs van der Spuy: Acoustic Guitar (Track: 8)
    • Ant Cawthorn-Blazeby: Violin (Track: 8)
    • Dahan Abdelfatah: Spoken (Track: 8)
  • Credits
    • Artistic Producer: Max Casacci
    • Executive-Producer: Valerio Soave
    • Co-producer: Ale Bavo
    • Recording at l'Esagono Recording Studio in Rubiera, September-November 2003
    • Engineer, Mix Assistance: Leo Fresco Beccafichi
    • All tracks Written by Modena City Ramblers, unless otherwise noted