Para Ti Con Desprecio Album

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About Para Ti Con Desprecio

Para Ti Con Desprecio (Spanish for For You, With Disregard) is the third studio album by Mexican rock band Panda, released on May 11, 2005 by Movic Records and Warner Music Mexico, making it their major-label debut record. Produced by Adrian Treviño and recorded between October 2004 and December 2004, the album marked a major departure from the band's already established humorous pop punk style that had launched the band into domestic success. Following its release, the band came under fire from the media and general public due to plagiarism accusations, allegedly some of the songs off of the album contained lyrics, bass and guitar riffs that belonged to songs from other mainstream rock acts such as MxPx, Smashing Pumpkins, Green Day, Alkaline Trio, Fall Out Boy and many others since their debut album. The track Miedo A Las Alturas (Fear of Heights) first verse and chorus being a literal translation and paraphrasing of the song It's Not A Fashion Statement, It's A Deathwish by American rock band My Chemical Romance. Further controversy surrounding the album circled around their radical image and sound change, to the point of being lumped and pigeonholed under the emo label. 


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2006

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