Mexican Latin rap group Control Machete burst in to the regional rock and rap scene within the middle-’80s, building its debut using the release of Mucho Barato in July of 1997. Led by Fermín IV, Pato (later on Patricio Ch. Elizalde), and Plaything Kenobi (Plaything Hernández), the music group returned in March of 1999 with Artilleria Pesada, made by Antonio Hernández and Jason Roberts. Furthermore, Fermín IV documented a music alongside Cypress Hill known as “Siempre Peligroso,” that was featured for the recording Grandes Exitos en Español. He also participated in Chris Vrenna’s task Tweaker and used Los Angeles-based hip-hop work OMD. The lengthy parade of outside function may have triggered his exit through the band, soon after his 2002 single debut Boomerang. All of those other band came back in 2003 with a fresh direction and a fresh record, Uno, Dos: Bandera.
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|Runner Runner||2013||performer: "Si Señor"|
|Rampart||2011||performer: "Control Machete"|
|Post Grad||2009||performer: "Si Señor"|
|Entourage||2007||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Land of the Dead||2005||performer: "En El Camino"|
|Amores Perros||2000||performer: "Amores Perros", "Pesada", "Si señor" / writer: "Amores Perros"|
|Price of Glory||2000||performer: "Si Señor"|
|Vive Latino||1998||TV Series||Themselves - Performer|
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