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Casualties

On The Front Line (En La Linea Del Frente - Spanish Version)

Side One Dummy 71264

Released on April 12, 2005


$10.25
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En La Linea Del Frente (On The Front Line) is a must own for The Casualties' vast Spanish speaking audience. While recording "On The Front Line" with legendary producer Bill Stevenson (Black Flag, Rise Against, Descendents, etc.) lead singer Jorge performed two versions of each song. The English versions found on the initial release and these versions recorded entirely in Spanish. En La Linea Del Frente is an Enhanced CD, featuring The Casualties recent appearance on LATV. It also contains all new artwork and full translation in Spanish, making it a must own collector's item for all fans of The Casualties.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Casualties Armada  6%
2 Botas  6%
3 Jefes  0%
4 Clase Criminals Voted #3  11%
5 Futuro Destruido  10%
6 Soldado  10%
7 Vida Perdida  1%
8 (Punk) Musica Del Pueblo  10%
9 Control De La Presna  0%
10 Guerra Y Odio  4%
11 Tragedia Del Amor Voted #2  15%
12 Cerebro Lavado  3%
13 Rebelde De Holidia Voted #1  17%
14 Sondos De Mi Barrio  8%
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Peter from Lawndale, CA 
Dec 20 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Killer CD here!! A must get for all Casualties fans. These songs are all in spanish. Comes with booklet of new photos and all the spanish lyrics!! Spikey-punk rock mania!!! Play effin' loud!!

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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
Aug 28 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Spanish version of “On the Front Line” which was released 14 months after the English version. Really phenom. I got it because I heard the music would be faster (which would be quite difficult) but the music is the same, Jorge just recorded all the vocals in Spanish. He just laid down both English and Spanish tracks while recording the English version. Just as aggressive. There are a few subtle differences (besides the obvious…SPANISH VOCALS), such as on track 11, “Tragedia Del Amor”, or “Tragedy” there is an intro of 30 seconds where there is a verse of chanting before going into the regular beginning of the song. Also, there are a few grunts and growls, courtesy of Jorge, throughout the record, that are different than the English version.

Track 13, is actually the Spanish version of “Rebel”, which was released in English 13 days later on the “Punx Unite: Leaders of Today” comp on SideOneDummy and Jake’s own Charged Records. You may have also heard “Rebel” on their DVD “Can’t Stop Us” as it us used a few times on there. “We Don’t Need You” which was the closing track on the English version of “On the Front Line” is not on this version. Instead, the record closes with the Spanish version of “Sounds from the Streets” which was the second to last track on the English version.

So this is hella cool. We’ve all heard a Spanish song on a record or two like NOFX’s “Cantado En Espanol” or Tiger Army’s “Hechizo De Amor” but doing a whole record is really over the top. If you’ve seen “Can’t Stop Us” you saw Jorge ask the punx in Mexico if they wanted him to sing in English or Spanish. I think they opted for English actually but this record shows his dedication to those punx and I think that is pheom. He has really used his Spanish speaking background to do something badass with this.

This CD is enhanced just like the English version. No photo gallery on this one but there is live footage. Instead of playing “Get Off My Back” and “Victims” like the English version they play “Casualties Army” go straight into “On the Front Line” and then “For the Punx”. Great camera work and sound. Jorge uses a wireless mic…odd to see! Oh, and he sings in English on the video!

English version clocks in at 34:53 and this one at 34:50 so there you have it. New artwork as well and all the lyrics in Spanish.

Get the newest one, “Under Attack” then get the live one (when it drops) too!

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Frankie from Dos Palos, CA 
Mar 21 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you know spanish, like hardcore or punk, into politics this one is to get. I like it better than the english version but yeah really strong album.

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Nicholas from Auburn, WA 
Dec 7 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

¡Un gran álbum! ¡Finalmente Jorge entrega un álbum entero en español para los ventiladores de Latino! ¡Las muertes continúan entregando la gran calle punk/oi que hemos venido amar tanto! ¡Si usted es un ventilador del punk de 1982 Reino Unido con canta adelante canta que éste es el álbum a tomar!

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Albert from Brownsville, TX 
Sep 15 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Yes!! all in spanish it's about fucking time. This is one of my fav bands and I think they rule more now that they have a CD in spanish for the Mexican punx!!!!

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Alejandro from Doraville, GA 
Aug 13 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

bad ass cd ever the greatest creation... man this songs are the real meaning 4 revolution... i luv the song rebelde de oi dia... viva el punk! Canta el punk!.. viva mexico!!!

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Elizabeth from Rock Hill, SC 
Jul 31 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is pretty good. I don't speak spanish, but you really don't have to to like this CD. I also have the english version, and they really aren't different in terms of music. Jorge's voice is alot more clear on this version, and he sounds a bit more angry too. It's a great CD either way, so if you like the Casualties or want a decent streetpunk CD in spaish, this one is for you.

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Moises from Meriden, CT 
Jul 11 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's a great album. You actually understand Jorge this time around, if you speak spanish of course. Rebelde de Hoi! Dia is my favorite song. Revamped lyrics for us punx latinos and for the people of Latin-America. Nos veremos En La Linea Frente chicos.

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Saud from Victorville, CA 
May 21 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is cool its in spanish.this is one of their best cd's so you should buy it!this cd has 14 songs and one new song,that is my favorite so I recommend this cd for you.

 
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