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Héroes del Silencio
LF Content Team | Updated on 2 February 2023
Learning Spanish with Héroes del Silencio's music is fun, engaging, and includes a cultural aspect that is often missing from other language learning methods. It is also great way to supplement your learning and stay motivated to keep learning Spanish!
Below are 1 song recommendations by Héroes del Silencio to get you started! Alongside each recommendation, you will find a snippet of the lyric translations with links to the full lyric translations and lessons for each of the songs!
Héroes del Silencio (Spanish: Heroes of Silence) was a Spanish rock band from Zaragoza, formed by guitarist Juan Valdivia and singer Enrique Bunbury. The lineup was completed by bassist Joaquín Cardiel and drummer Pedro Andreu. During the 1980s they experienced success around Spain and the Americas, and in various European countries including Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, France, Yugoslavia, and Portugal. They established themselves as one of the major contributors to the Rock en español scene and are considered to be one of the all-time best bands in that genre. Their trademarks are their intricate lyrics, complicated arrangements and precise rhythm. After twelve years and numerous albums, the band broke up in 1996.
1 Entre Dos Tierras (Between Two Lands)
Entre Dos Tierras (Between Two Lands)
Te puedes vender
Cualquier oferta es buena si quieres poder
Y qué fácil es
Abrir tanto la boca para opinar
You can sell yourself
Any offer is good if you want power
And how easy it is
To open your mouth so much to give an opinion
The song "Entre Dos Tierras" by Héroes del Silencio is about someone who is stuck in a difficult situation and is not letting others help them. The lyrics suggest that this person is trying to sell themselves out to gain power, and is quick to offer their opinions without listening to others. Despite the singer's attempts to help, this person seems to be losing faith and hope in themselves and the world. The repeated line "entre dos tierras estás y no dejas aire que respirar" (you are between two lands and not letting air to breathe) suggests that this person is trapped and not allowing themselves to move forward. Ultimately, the singer acknowledges that they cannot force this person to change and encourages them to allow others to pass by and move on.
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