Señor Coconut "Showroom Dummies (Kraftwerk Cover)"
Most artists just talk about their musical influences. Señor Coconut prefers to make tribute albums for his, and now that he's finished giving a nod to Daft Punk, he's ready to revisit his El Baile Alemán. Originally released in 2000, the album is a collection of Latin electronic covers of Kraftwerk songs, including the famous "Showroom Dummies," which, here, sounds fit for a cocktail party at the ocean, although we surmise the club kids also go crazy for this one. Nacional recently re-released the album in digital format.
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