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The first studio album released by Nemi Pipali (2011-2018) on November 16th, 2016. The song lyrics were written by his vocalist and guitar, Bruno Cortina. The album consists of 8 songs of which the last, Enano Cabezón, stands out for its music video, which it's considered one of the best music videos produced in Central America. The album's art was created by Gabriel Benavente and the album was produced by Ricardo Wheelock.

Voices, Electric guitar, shaker in “Sol Verde” monotron in “Gira Carrusel” and “Monoloco”, synthesizers in “Tantos Planetas” by Bruno Cortina.
Drums by Michael Cortina
Electric Bass by Hamed Salas
Marimba in “Enano Cabezón” by Evenor González
Electric Bass in “Maldito Voltaje” by Jorge Real
Cuban tres in “Sol Verde” by Christopher Aráuz
Fender Rhodes in “Tantos Planetas” by Maryan Cuevas
Organ in “Tantos Planetas” by Leslie Sánchez
Electric piano solo in “Tantos Planetas” and synthesizers in “Monoloco” by Ricardo Wheelock

Music arrangements and lyrics were all composed by Bruno Cortina, but some arrangements in “Maldito Voltaje” were made by Jorge Real and Michael Cortina.

The album was recorded by Ricardo Molina and produced by Bruno Cortina and Ricardo Wheelock.
"Maldito Voltaje"'s masterization was made by Glenn Thomas
The photography released in the album was made by Luise Siu and the illustrations and graphic design was made by Gabriel Benavente.

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