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Chupando

by Aurelio Voltaire

In this Spanish vampiric parody of the Enrique Iglesias song, Bailando, vampires regale us with the highs and lows of being a blood -sucking creature of the night!
Genre: Latin: Latin Pop
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In this Spanish vampiric parody of the Enrique Iglesias song, Bailando, vampires regale us with the highs and lows of being a blood-sucking creature of the night. Aurelio Voltaire is long known for creating comical parodies in many different genres and for combining elements that are spooky and silly, like his songs Brains for the Cartoon Network show The Grim and Adventures of Billy and Mandy as well as Vampire Club, Land of the Dead and other fun, macabre Halloween romps. Now, Voltaire ventures into the territory of Latin music with this fun, upbeat and monstrous parody. Adding sweetness to this spooky track is the talented Mexican songstress, Mayumi Toyoda, known for her work with ska bands, Tijuana No! and Los de Abajo.

ESPAÑOL
En esta parodia vampírica española de la canción de Enrique Iglesias, Bailando, los vampiros nos cuentan sobre los altibajos de ser un chupador de sangre, criatura de la noche. Aurelio Voltaire es conocido por crear parodias cómicas en muchos géneros diferentes y por combinar elementos que son espeluznantes y divertidos, como sus canciones Brains para el programa de Cartoon Network The Grim and Adventures of Billy and Mandy, así como Vampire Club, Land of the Dead y otra diversión, macabras bromas de Halloween. Ahora, Voltaire se aventura en el territorio de la música latina con esta parodia divertida, optimista y monstruosa. Agregando dulzura a esta espeluznante canción está la talentosa cantante mexicana, Mayumi Toyoda, conocida por su trabajo con bandas de ska, Tijuana No! y Los de Abajo.

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