| March 21, 1996|
21 March 1996
Ska, Ska punk
| August 1995, February 1996 at studio RED LED, Madrid|
Ska-P albums, Ska punk albums, Other albums
El Vals del Obrero is an album by the Spanish ska punk band Ska-P, released on March 21, 1996.
The album title means "The Worker's Waltz". The album cover depicts a typical Spanish "cacique", as a symbol of capitalism, amongst other things, fat cigar in one hand and manipulating a string puppet, dressed as a worker, with the other. The breast pocket of his jacket is stuffed with banknotes. He's also wearing ostentatious gold rings, cuff-links and a gold tie pin with the eagle which symbolised Franco's dictatorial regime.
All tracks written by Ska-P.Pulpul - Vocals and guitar
F.J. Navio - Drums
Julio - Bass guitar
Joxemi - Guitar
Alberto J. Amado - Keyboard
Pipi - Backup vocals and toaster
1El Gato López2:43El Vals del Obrero Wikipedia
3El Vals del Obrero4:42