Gypsy Pistoleros 'The Mescalito Vampires' Double gatefold 10" Coloured vinyl

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Gypsy Pistoleros 'The Mescalito Vampires' Double gatefold 10" Coloured vinyl

GYPSY PISTOLEROS 'The Mescalito Vampires’ released on Special Limited Edition Double 10″

Personalised & signed if you want! Plus A2 double sided poster!

GYPSY PISTOLEROS 'The Mescalito Vampires’ released on Special Limited Edition Double 10″

Personalised & signed if you want! Plus A2 double sided poster!

Fiery flamenco/rumba passion combines with crossover punk rock ‘n’ roll on Latin Rock's Appetite for Destruction.

Critics say: ‘They come across like a mix of Guns N Roses, New York Dolls and the Ramones jamming with a Tex Mex band.’

Released on moon-coloured vinyl in gatefold sleeve with signed A2 double-sided poster on initial orders.

TRACKLIST : GYPSY PISTOLEROS - The Mescalito Vampires The Very Special (Limited Numbered Edition) double Dusk n Dawn (Moon) 2 different coloured 10" vinyls release (It includes 2 extra tracks) All signed & personalised if so wished

Disc 1 (Dusk) 1: Lost In A Town Called Nowhere 2: Viva La Revolution, Viva Zapata 3: The Mescalito Vampires (Welcome To The Hotel De La Muerta) Side 2: 1: Soho Daze, Just Another Friday Night 2 : Roses, Gallows & The Wild Preachers Daughter 3: The Forsaken Disc 2 (Dawn) SIDE 1. 1: The Name’s Django 2: Cisco Kid 3: Wild is the Wind Side 2 1: Alone Again Or 2: Sangre on the Roses 3: Gonna Die With A Gun In My Hand

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!

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.
REVIEWS:

"Imagine the house band from ‘From Dusk Til Dawn’ jamming with (early era) ZZ Top, a youthful Guns ‘N’ Roses and the Gypsy Kings and you get the Gypsy Pistoleros. Latino fuelled punk rock doesn’t get much better than this. ****'." - Review by Jason Ritchie -Get Ready to Rock

"It's catchier than a dose exhumation of the spirit of Joe Strummer, dusts him down, places a Rickenbacker around his still leather jacket clad shoulders and places him at the front of the Dia de la Muerte parade, where he struts and swaggers with all the cool ease of a true troubadour. A party anthem for the undead generation, without a doubt.

"The Mescalito Vampires is the perfected strain of the Pistoleros, just absolutely incendiary, and more infectious than a dirty needle from Sid Vicious, so raw, melodic, and devastatingly beautiful." Andy Thunders Miller DJ Ally Radio
The Pistoleros are a band who live up to their own hype, as they tick all of the boxes they attribute to themselves, and then some, with some of the most infectious, sleaziest, dirtiest, rock ‘n’ roll vibes around, all mixed with enough dust to bury a spaghetti western set several times over. This may be the perfect soundtrack for a night of blood-drenched debauchery but it also that for glorious summer afternoons, packed to the brim with rambunctious riffs, mellifluous melodies and choruses that will rest in your aural cortexes for days afterwards." - UBER ROCK


"Another deft dose of Latin laced, Mariachi sleaze. A Day of the dead, guillotine theatre with cinematic Morricone pretensions. Contrived, preposterous, irresistible" CLASSIC ROCK, Album review 7/10

“You'll love it i'm sure! The World’s Greatest Flamenco Sleaze Glam Rock ‘N’ Roll band Ever! … now with extra trumpet…” Mark Diggins - The Rockpit 8/10

"The Pistoleros are sheer musical escapism" – Malcolm Yates, Classic Rock Magazine

"Once in a while something special comes along and turns the musical world on its axis and makes you listen to music and lyrics in a totally different way. That something is Gypsy Pistoleros." - WeBleedMusic

"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 snake charmers." - Sleazegrinder, Classic Rock Magazine

"Gypsy Pistoleros were, and still are, a breath of fresh air. You will never hear another band like this. They are the greatest flamenco sleaze glam band ever." This, actually, is as good as sleaze ever got in the last decade." - Andrew Thorley, Maximum Volume Music

"Gypsy Pistoleros dub themselves "The World's Greatest Flamenco Sleaze Glam Rock 'N' Roll band Ever!" Does it work? Are you fucking kidding me? When Kris Jones drops the mariachi trumpet, it's on! - Dave Wilks, Beaver Buzz Radio

"Can you imagine Sleaze, Glam, Hard Rock, Punk and some Flamenco rolled into one with a whole lot ofSpanish attitude oozing out it? Imagine no more - The Gypsy Pistoleros will give it all to you, and you will love every minute of it and want to reach for a tequila shot" *****. - Michele Storm Hairspray Heaven

"The Gypsy Pistoleros sound seems to have one underlying function, and that is to bring joy, in this they have succeeded in spades, this is a truly brilliant release and already one of my albums of the year." Review by Martin Granville Jace Media

"This will be my go-to piece of music for escapism, in fiery technicolor, and as all Pistoleros songs do – have me reaching for the dancing shoes and the tequila!" -Rocket Queen Crazy Cowboy