Ya Viene el Sol The sun is coming is the third album recorded by Spanish synthpop band Mecanoin The album was the beginning of a more sophisticated and mature band. After this album Mecano - Ya Viene El Sol band assumed the production of their records from the start.
This album includes the only song that Ana Torroja wrote with the band. It was composed by Nacho Cano and was very modern for its time. The use of the Fairlight CMI on the production of the track included the use of percussion and industrial sounds. The theme of the Mecano - Ya Viene El Sol is the hyper-industrialization of Japan and its life.
This did not stop the song from becoming a single in South America. The song was edited and released as a single in Venezuela and Colombia. This song helped the band become recognized as a mature band that could do more profound songs.
The song is based on the Cold War and the lack of voice and vote of Mecano - Ya Viene El Sol common people when they try Kaja - Shouldnt Do That cast an opinion about global politics. It narrates the story of a love triangle that ends in a crime of passion.
It was recorded seven years later in English but was never released due to the band's hiatus. The fifth single was "Ya viene el sol" Here Comes the Sun. It was a non-official single release in Mexico and the rest of Latin America which had a moderate success. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources.
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