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Half My Problem - The Drunken Cholos* - Livin La Vida Loco (Vinyl)


  1. "Livin' la Vida Loca" is a number-one hit song performed by Ricky Martin. It was released on March 23, , from Martin's self-titled debut English-language album (he had previously released several albums in Spanish).The song was composed by Desmond Child and Draco Rosa. La vida loca is Spanish for "the crazy life." "Livin' la Vida Loca" is generally seen as the song that began the Latin pop.
  2. Available for the first time ever on vinyl! This is an exclusive re-release of their one and only EP, previously only available on CD. The Drunken Cholos are literally the original lineup of The Queers playing under a different name - Wimpy Rutherford, Joe King, & Scott "Tulu" Gildersleeve.
  3. Livin La Vida Loca guitar tab by Ricky Martin with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal.
  4. The Drunken Cholos are the original quot;Queersquot; lineup: Wimpy, Tulu and Joe Queer. This release is the long awaited reunion of the three founding members. This album, Livin La Vida Loco brings US back to the early Queers days not only in it's members but in it's ound. A must for punk damspregindecirepdipesconvcocentdef.xyzinfo la Vida Loco.
  5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Livin La Vida Loco by The Drunken Cholos (CD, Mar, Hopeless Records) at the best online prices at .
  6. The song Livin' la vida loca was written by Desmond Child and Robi Rosa and was first released by Ricky Martin in It was covered by Pato Fu, The Lounge .
  7. Words and music by Robi Rosa and Desmond Child [Ricky Martin] / arr. Mike Story. Marching Band Conductor Score & Parts. Everyone will remember this hot Latin tune from Ricky Martin. This arrangement captures all of the fire and drive of the original in a new and exciting easy chart. It sizzles!
  8. Apr 11,  · Available for the first time ever on vinyl, “Livin La Vida Loco” is finally here! For those unaware of The Drunken Cholos, it is literally the original lineup of The Queers: Wimpy Rutherford, Joe King, and Scott “Tulu” Gildersleeve. They got together and recorded/released this EP over 15 years ago under this name instead of The Queers.

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