Ya No Sé Qué Hacer Conmigo
One of the most well-known songs ever to have come out of Uruguay, this mid-2000s love song plays delightfully with the Spanish language.
This song’s heavy guitar riffs, simple lyrics and deliberate pace are reminiscent of Uruguay’s summer sluggishness.
The lively beats in this track belie the darkness of the lyrics – a comment on abuse of prescription drugs and being as a ‘weirdo’ in an imperfect world.
Ya Te Vas a Mejorar
This song captures the nonchalant attitude that defines Uruguayan rock, complete with the dark lyrics that often crop up in Musso’s music.
Cabras en el Ascensor
Musso’s trademark wacky humour shines through in this upbeat track about goats in an elevator, which may be one of the weirdest you’ve ever heard.