(LP + MP3) Peruvian Cumbia is one of the most unique sounds of modern South America. It mixes the more widely known Colombian Cumbia with rock, funk, psychedelia, surf music, Cuban Guracha, and of course traditionalPeruvian crillo and highlands music. No single artist was more influential in the creation of this sound than Enrique Delgado and Los Destellos. Delgado, an incredibly skilled crillo guitar player was the first artist to take the electric guitar and make it the lead instrument in cumbia, earning him the nickname "Father of Peruvian Cumbia. "After the release of their debut single, "El Gatito" in '66, Delgado continued to push the band in a more experimental direction which reached it's pinnacle with 1971's Constelacion. Today Constelacion is among the most collectable South American LPs known. Tracks: A1. a PatriciaA2. Se-ñoritaA3. El cornetaA4. Constelaci-ónA5. Onsta la yerbitaB1. Pasi-ón orientalB2. Otro a-ñoB3. La canci-ón de LilyB4. Pachanga espa-ñolaB5. AzuquitaB6. La ara-ñita.