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Infame Infamous is the seventh album by Argentine rock group Babasónicos. Irresponsables Irresponsible Ones - 2:36. Risa Laughter - 3:07. Pistero Song Jockey - 2:58. Estertor Death Rattle - 3:03. Putita Little Whore - 3:45. Suturno Yourturn - 3:53. Mareo Dizziness - 3:32. Sin Mi Diablo Without My Devil - 3:01. Curtis - 3:27. Y Qué So What - 3:07. La Puntita The Tip - 3:13. Fan de Scorpions Scorpions Fan - 2:15. Jessico, Babasónicos' previous album, had it all: critical acclaim and mainstream notoriety. And Infame is certainly a great successor. In this album, Babasónicos sounds simpler and more accessible than ever, and this is not a weakness. Lyrics and arrangements have been sharpened and polished, without losing a bit of the band's magic. In other words, this material doesn't show the band's sound evolving, but being perfected. The album gets off to a rollicking start with the winning Infames and never stops. They have a subtle and natural grace, mixing glam, styliz. Musically it has some continuity with Jessico, including more songs and some pop ballads. In contrast, there is also some rock, as illustrated in Once and Sin mi Diablo, the latter with a subject quite close to the darkness of Babasónica. The album was 2004's Grammy Award nominated and Premios Gardel's which won six awards, including the Golden Gardel. Songs as Irresponsable and Y Qué were a success in Argentina and several Latin American countries. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. Album 2003 14 Songs. More By Babasónicos. See . Released October 13, 2003. Infame Tracklist. Irresponsables Lyrics. Infame Q&A. Listen free to Babasónicos Infame Irresponsables, Risa and more. 14 tracks 43:39. Just better. 1 Track listing. 2 Singles. 3 Sales and certifications. 4 References. Track listing. Infame, 2003. Irresponsables, 02:36. Risa, 03:07. Babasónicos also composed the soundtrack for Vera Fogwill's movie Las Mantenidas Sin Sueños Kept and Dreamless, which was released in 2007. The album was composed in 2003