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The Rocks Off 100: Jose "Chapy" Luna, Percussionist Con Corazón

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5 Records You Can't Live Without:

"Impossible to narrow down to 5 but I'll try," he says.

Kid Cudi, Man On the Moon

Various Artists, The Roots of Chicha: Psychedelic Cumbias From Peru (Albums 1 & 2)

Jose Alfredo Jimenez, The Best of Jose Alfredo Jimenez

Ruben Blades and Willie Colon, Siembra

The Strokes, Is This It

Bonus: Jacques Offenbach, "Barcarolle" from The Tales of Hoffman

Best Show Ever: "I've played and attended so many amazing shows," Luna says. "Most recent ones I've played that were amazing because of the energy were with Los Skarnales at Mango's with the Skatalites and downstairs Fitz with Fishbone.

"Some of my favorite shows attended recently were the reunion of Caifanes at House of Blues and Los Fabulosos Cadillacs in Mexico City," he adds.

What's the Next Show/Project You're Promoting? "Come check out The Suffers at Free Press Summer Fest on Sunday at 11:40 a.m. at the Mars Stage," Luna says. Be sure to check out or Web site at thesuffers.com for our new singles and also shirts. Also watch out for a Los Ladrones show coming up in July!

See who else has joined The Rocks Off 100 this year on the next page.

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