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All Shook Up by Los Loud Jets

Submitted by

VirileVagabond

On July 1, 2017

Performance

performance

Estremécete

By Los Loud Jets

Completeness

69%

Processed by

Moebeus

On July 1, 2017

Created performance

Created work

Created release

Language
Spanish
Additional credits
Alejandro Munguía Castello
Release
Auténtico Rock Discogs

Auténtico Rock

Release date
1962
Label
Discos Rex
Catalog number
R-607
Format
Album 12" LP

Additional comments and sources

Sources used: Discogs; YouTube


Other links to allow for verification:


Artist now on site: Los Loud Jets


Assuming Spanish. Needs language confirmation....








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History

Comment by VirileVagabond
submitter
2017-07-01 19:24:53 UTC
 
Change by VirileVagabond
submitter
2017-07-01 19:26:11 UTC

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Change by VirileVagabond
submitter
2017-07-01 22:14:00 UTC

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Change by Moebeus
2017-07-01 22:27:46 UTC
Assignee: Moebeus
 
Change by Moebeus
2017-07-01 22:37:05 UTC
Status: open processed
 
Comment by Moebeus
2017-07-01 22:37:05 UTC

Nice one, thx! One question: do you have as source for the translation other than (what is written on) discogs?

 
Comment by VirileVagabond
submitter
2017-07-01 23:13:11 UTC

As I only speak English (and read very little French), I can only do my limited best with these submissions. I only ask that the editors give me some latitude and lower expectations from my typical English submissions.


As for translators, I typically start from the LP credits, often checking around other releases that may have credits (singles, EPs, compilations). Sometimes I find translators on the autogen videos, or I connect the dots from same named songs by other artists that do have credits (admittedly some assumptions there).

 
Comment by Moebeus
2017-07-01 23:29:14 UTC

Not criticism dude, just asking if you've seen any "hard" evidence of translation in form of names on labels and such. Nobody's perfect and even Discogs gets it wrong sometimes, that's why I ask.

As to cutting you some slack - but of course! I only ask in return that you include a note whether you've seen evidence of translation, release dates, etc. yourself or if Discogs is the only source. That way I can process your (mostly kick-ass!) submissions much more efficiently, as I don't have to go googling when there's no need.

If we work together we can git er done - TCB style 😎


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Comment by VirileVagabond
submitter
2017-07-01 23:35:49 UTC

I'm afraid that I researched these months ago, and now remembering where I got a translator is a tall order. I'm not re-researching these as I submit.