Gypsy Pistoleros "Duende a Go Go Loco" White Splatter Vinyl

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Release Date: November 3, 2023

Gypsy Pistoleros are still something truly unique and interesting in today’s predictable musical landscape. The sound is flamenco in a head on collision with punk/rock riffs, pounding bass and thrashing drums. The songs span madly in the best rock 'n' roll tradition with big hooks, attitude, and sleaze. Yet those flamenco breaks got into your head and refused to leave - this hybrid rocks.
"Duende a go go loco" the new album is going to be hailed as the band's masterpiece; an album that brings together all facets of this unique mongrel offspring of fiery flamenco passion and gritty gutter glam Punk. The Gypsy Pistoleros defy the rules, born roaming somewhere between Zaragoza and Worcester, brought into the world to a soundtrack stack-heeled anthems of sleazy ‘70s Glam.

1/. Duende a Go Go Loco
2/. I Got it all
3/. Revolution
4/. Whats it like to be a Girl?
5/. The Ballad of Tommy Shelby
6/. Like Tears in the Rain
7/. Thrill Kill Killer Club
8/. Maybe Tomorrow
9/. I’ll Remember You
10/. Come on Eileen

Standing alone in musical ancestry and sum sound, GYPSY PISTOLEROS are one of those most rare acts who can honestly claim the tag 'unique'.

"one of the hardest things to achieve in music – a unique sound" - Steve BeeBee Planet Rock
“Gypsy Pistoleros are a thrill-a-minute collection of melodic eye-patch swagger that smells of exotic spices and forbidden concubines. The Gypsy Pistoleros sound like Hanoi Rocks, if Hanoi Rocks were sultans and snakecharmers" - Sleazegrinder” Classic Rock Magazine
"Gypsy Pistoleros may be best described as being the ideal house band for the fictitious Titty Twister bar of Rodriguez’s From Dusk Til Dawn. Between the nods to Morricone’s tense, tumbleweed atmospheres and the Gypsy Kings’ manic Mediterranean energy, a New York Dolls raw glam spark and a surplus of prime G ’n’ R attitude!" - Planet Mosh
"Another deft dose of Latin laced, Mariachi sleaze. A Day of the dead, guillotine theatre with cinematic Morricone pretensions. Contrived, preposterous, irresistible" - CLASSIC ROCK