Rata Blanca: En Vivo: Teatro Gran Rex Trailer

Rata Blanca: En Vivo: Teatro Gran Rex Trailer (2003)

01 January 2003

The Argentinean rockers of Rata Blanca join forces with legendary bassist Glenn Hughes (formerly of Deep Purple and Black Sabbath) for a memorable evening of music filmed live in Buenos Aires in 2003. Tracks include "Caballo Salvaje," "El Amo del Camino," "Cuando la Luz," "Guerrero del Arco Iris," "Mujer Armante" and "Volviendo a Casa," plus the English-language hits "Stormbringer," "Mistreated," "Keep On" and "Burn."

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