San Antonio rocker Nina Diaz featured on Spanish version of Elvis Costello’s album “This Year’s Model”

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Nina Diaz sings the song “No Action” on the “Spanish Model” tribute album.

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Nina Diaz of Girl in a Coma will be the focus of “Spanish Model,” a new take on Elvis Costello and the 1978 Attractions release “This Year’s Model” starring Latin pop and rock stars.

Diaz sings “No Action”, the opening track.

The new album will feature Spanish recordings of the songs, over the original recordings of the Attractions instrumental tracks remixed by producer Sebastian Krys. The release is the brainchild of Costello and Krys.

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New recordings include Fito Páez singing “Radio Radio”, Juanes doing “Pump It Up”, Morat singing “Lipstick Vogue” and Luis Fonsi singing “Tu Eres Para Mi (You Belong to Me)”.

“I am more than grateful to be a part of this project and to share a space with all the amazing artists and of course the legendary Elvis Costello and the attractions,” Diaz wrote in an email accompanying the press release announcing the news. version.

“Spanish Model,” an upcoming Spanish rendition of Elvis Costello’s 1978 album “This Year’s Model,” opens with a track by San Antonio musician Nina Diaz from Girl in a Coma.

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“Spanish Model” will be released on September 10 via UMe. A new remastered edition of “This Year’s Model” will be released simultaneously on CD and vinyl. A limited double LP of both albums will be released on, and

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