The Star Ledger | 4/3/2009 12:00:00 AM
Colombian rock band's songs focus on political, environmental turmoil
Apr 03 -- Sometimes the members of the Colombian rock band Aterciopelados feel like they're living in an upside-down world, where the "paranormal" passes for normal.
The song likens their government's involvement with "paramilitary" groups in a decades-old guerrilla war with the folly of "parapsychologist" Uri Geller, who claimed to be able to bend spoons with mental commands.
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