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Maria Fatal

Latin rock-band Maria Fatal became among Los Angeles’ rock and roll en español picture pioneers in the first ’90s. Shaped by brothers Gabriel, Ernesto, and Fernando Memoryírez, became a member of by keyboardist César Hernández, the group began playing in Mexico City’s membership circuit before shifting towards the U.S., debuting …

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Vivanativa

Puerto Rican five-piece rock and roll take action Vivanativa was formed in 1997 by ex-Zyron and Maskin Tape singer/guitarist Javier Gómez and former Ricky Martin’s guitarist Nabeel Abdulrahman. That same 12 months, the music group released a self-titled recording, mixing Latin rock and roll, funk, and jazz fusion, that was …

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Hombres G

Spanish pop/rock foursome Hombres G was shaped by ex-los Residuos guitarist Daniel Mezquita, drummer Javier Molina, and singer/bassist David Summers, soon joined up with by guitarist Rafael Gutierrez. The band’s name was predicated on an American film known as G-Men. Hombres G produced its live debut at Madrid’s Rockola, documenting …

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El Último de La Fila

Among Spain’s most successful Latin pop rings through the ’80s and ’90s, Un Ultimo de la Fila was formed by Manolo García and Quimi Portet. Manolo got previously played inside a music group known as los Rápidos, alongside José Luis Pérez, Luis Visiers, and Antonio Fidel. Quimi got logged a …

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Jarabe de Palo

The Latin rock group Jarabe de Palo (strictly translated as “wood syrup” in British) was formed in Barcelona in the first ’90s by vocalist and guitarist Pau Donés with guitarist Jordi Mena, drummer Alex Tenas, percussionist Dani Forcada and bassist Joan Gené. Donés, an early on fan from the Beatles …

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Vilma Palma

Argentinean rock-band shaped in 1991. Their initial hit arrived the following season. The Sony Music record La Pachanga, with a song with the same name, marketed a lot more than 100,000 copies and its own main name was an instantaneous hit in SOUTH USA. Vocalist Mario Gómez and guitarist Jorge …

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Moderatto

When the steel parody group Moderatto formed in the past due 90’s, it had been to provide Mexico City musicians Jay de la Cueva, Javier Ramírez, Marcelo Lara, Iñaki Vazquez and Olallo Rubio a getaway using their serious gigs. Shaped like a jab in the glam-rock of the bygone period, …

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Desorden Publico

Venezuelan punk/ska music group Desorden Público started composing its music in 1985 even though playing at an area small location called Junkolandia, having Andrés Vivas about vocals and Elias Racho about drums. In 1987, a self-titled recording was released, accompanied by 1990’s En Descomposición and 1994’s Canto Popular de la …

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Los Terricolas

Making use of their earthy vocal harmonies set to infectious rhythms, Los Terricolas (translated: Earth Dwellers) is among Venezuela’s top dance bands. As the band’s base rests on the Hoyer brothers — Johnny, David and Lenny — Los Terricolas is certainly strengthened with the powerful lead performing of Nestor Daniel. …

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Los Enanitos Verdes

Argentinean pop/rock and roll music group los Enanitos Verdes was shaped in the past due ’70s by singer/bassist Marciano Cantero, guitarist Felipe Staiti, and drummer Daniel Piccolo. After shifting from Mendoza to Buenos Aires, the music group started touring the neighborhood golf club circuit. In 1984, guitarist Sergio Embroni and …

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