1. Word used to describe "subversives" (such as liberals, revolutionaries, socialists, intellectuals, homosexuals, union organizers, Protestants, etc.) who were "disappeared" under the brutal military dictatorships of Chile and Argentina. Thousands of these desaparecidos were taken into airplanes and thrown into the sea, but the governments of those afforementioned countries claimed to have no knowledge of their whereabouts.
2. A band on the Saddle Creek label, headed by musician Conor Oberst
of Bright Eyes
, which features more politically-oriented and socialistic thematic elements than the music under the guise of Bright Eyes
1. It is generally overlooked in most history books, but the government of General Augusto Pinochet, who caused the disappearances of over 3 thousand desaparecidos in Chile, was installed and supported by the United States government and the CIA.
2. Are you going to buy the new Desaparecidos CD this summer?
One of the best bands in the world, with headman conor oberst, the singer of bright eyes. Desaparecidos uses more guitars and is faster/louder than bright eyes. The songs aren't about emotions, like in bright eyes, but more about political rants. Desaparecidos takes a spin on faux patriotism, and the crappy epidemic that is the current music industry.
desaparecidos >>> you
Brilliant band fronted by Bright Eyes lead singer Conor Oberst, but has a much louder more agressive sound.
There are no art forms now just capitalism so send the national guard to the mall of america and they can dress dead bodies up in tight designer jeans diesel prada it looks good it looks good yeah it does
It's kind of like Green Day, but a whole lot better.
DESAPARECIDOS is difficult to spell