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Genitallica

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Mexican Latin rock foursome Genitallica was shaped following a comic task called Genitalandia created in 1997 by friends Andrés, Beno, Gildardo, Antulio, and Gallo. A 12 months later on, these five youthful artists began composing music influenced by their very own comics. Genitallica was created. The group documented a demonstration in November of 1998 accompanied by live shows, soon, getting the chance to register with Sony Music. They relocated to Seattle to utilize maker Barret Jones, producing Genitallica’s debut recording ¿Picas o Platicas?, released in 2001, including a comic publication created by Mexican Mario Videgaray and Sergio Moreno, furthermore, saving “Mi Mariguana” and “¿Qué Fue Lo Que Paso?,” presented within the Altavista film Por La Libre.

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Full Name Genitallica
Music Songs Ya Nada Es Igual, Que Fue Lo Que Paso?, Borracho, Imagina, Mi vida no vale nada, Zorra, Todos Tomados, Invitame A Pecar Contigo, Tengo Un Amor, No Tengo Amigos, Lo que no recuerdo no paso, Con cualquiera, Guardaespaldas, Quiereme, Funeral Reggae, Chiquitita, Melodia sedienta, Alquímico, Trasero, Quiero Paz, Prendelo, No Digo Nada, Diferentes, Al Caer, Pensándolo Bien, Lástima, Capitan Peligro, Con La Boca, Cuando Me Veas Venir, El Perro De Mi Primo, Una Noche Más, Tócate
Albums A La Larga Te Acostumbras, conSEXcuencias, Sin Vaselina, Picas O Platicas?, Bien Intenso, Originales - 20 Éxitos
Nominations International Viewer's Choice Award for MTV Latin America


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