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#33. El Rock del Mundial - Los Ramblers (1962)

"El Rock del Mundial" is the original FIFA World Cup anthem that started it all – so depending on how you feel about World Cup songs you are either very grateful or very angry at Los Ramblers, the icons of the Chilean new wave. The Chilean rock band, who are still performing today after more than fifty years, sang this rockabilly anthem accented with hand claps and referee's whistles. The song itself sounds like a South American version of Elvis Presley’s “All Shook Up”, although this was written seven years before Presley’s classic, perhaps it was the King who was inspired by this early pop-rock chart-topper, which sold around 900,000 copies of this single 45 RPM record, a record for the time! The film clip too is pure vintage with highlights of Chile’s previous World cup campaigns. Most of all, how can you not like a song that has the chorus “Goooool, Gooool Chile”?

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#33. El Rock del Mundial - Los Ramblers (1962)

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"El Rock del Mundial" is the original FIFA World Cup anthem that started it all – so depending on how you feel about World Cup songs you are either very grateful or very angry at Los Ramblers, the icons of the Chilean new wave. The Chilean rock band, who are still performing today after more than fifty years, sang this rockabilly anthem accented with hand claps and referee's whistles. The song itself sounds like a South American version of Elvis Presley’s “All Shook Up”, although this was written seven years before Presley’s classic, perhaps it was the King who was inspired by this early pop-rock chart-topper, which sold around 900,000 copies of this single 45 RPM record, a record for the time! The film clip too is pure vintage with highlights of Chile’s previous World cup campaigns. Most of all, how can you not like a song that has the chorus “Goooool, Gooool Chile”?

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