Vox Dei para Vox Dei is the seventh studio album by the Argentine rock band Vox Dei. This is the last album with Ricardo Soulé, leaving the band in mid 1974 and is also the only album with Carlos Rodriguez on rhythm guitar. Ricardo Soulé would leave after the making of and touring this album, returning later during the early 1978.
Caliente is the name of the first album recorded by the Argentine rock band Vox Dei. The only album for "Mandioca". The band had recorded for "Mandioca" two singles between 1969 and 1970. During the sessions from the next album La Biblia, Vox Dei still was recording until this label when it's went bankrupt in late 1970 and the label "Disc Jockey" took over of the production of the next four albums.
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Redirected from La Biblia (album)). La Biblia (pronounced ; Spanish for "The Bible") is the second studio album by the Argentine band Vox Dei, released as a double album on March 15, 1971 by Disc Jockey Records. Considered a milestone of nascent Argentine rock, as well as one of the first rock operas and concept albums of rock en español, La Biblia centers on the Bible's narrative, starting from Genesis and concluding with the Apocalypse.
La Biblia (álbum) - La Biblia álbum de estudio de Vox Dei Publicación 15 de marzo de 1971 Grabación 1970 a enero de 1971 Género(s) Rock Rock progresivo.
This album has an average beat per minute of 118 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 96/148 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Vox Dei para Vox Dei. Album starts at BPM, ends at 98BPM (+98), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Vox Dei. El camino.
Vox Dei Albums: Quitate la Mascara, Torre Fuerte, Ciudad Distante, Rompiendo el Molde, Cuenta Regresiva. Members: Saul Aragón. Genres: Heavy Metal, Progressive Rock, Progressive Metal.
Its most prolific years were the 1970s, having recorded 10 albums. Vox Dei have had several line-up changes and a five-year hiatus. 16 - 50 Años de Rock Nacional (En Vivo) (2017). Obras Cumbres Manal/Vox Dei (2001). The best albums of artist Vox Dei. We picked up for you all the albums Vox Dei in one place. Org Vox Dei Albums.