Hardcore punk music group from Spain Habeas Corpus was formed in the first ’90s, recording it is initial EP, called Sociedad Mecanizada, in 1995. A 12 months later on, the five-piece take action participated in Concierto Em virtude de La Represión at Madrid’s La Guindalera Sociable Middle, playing along with Tarzán, Speereth, and Inadaptats. Primarily focused on questionable problems, Habeas Corpus’ lyrics are linked to people struggling almost any interpersonal repression. In 1998, the group’s “Expresión Directa” was presented in the film soundtrack of Barrio, aimed by Fernando León. That same 12 months, Habeas Corpus’ music required component in Radical Mestizo, a compilation released by Revelde Discos, obtaining along with Color Humano and los Fabulosos Cadillacs, among additional Latin rock amounts. In January of 1999, N.N. arrived, accompanied by a tour about Spain and A Todas las Cosas Por Su Nombre, made by Eugenio Muñoz in the entire year 2000.