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Divididos

Rock-band from Argentina Divididos was shaped due to Sumo’s breakup following its vocalist, Luca Prodan, passed on. The Latin rock and roll act produced its debut in 1989 using the launch of 40 Dibujos Ahi En Un Piso. At the start, even though the group experienced a new identification, Sumo …

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Gala

Latin cultural fusion task Gala was made within the mid-’80s and inspired with the achievement of Gregorian chants coupled with dance beats, mainly trance and home. Produced and organized by Jorge Alvarez, Gregorian Dance premiered by Polygram in June 1994, issuing the one “Graduate” a season later.

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Control Machete

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 …

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Ska-P

A ska-punk outfit located in Madrid, Spain, Ska-P (the name a undertake the Spanish phrase for get away) formed in 1994. Sometimes political with various other times funny, Ska-P released their initial record, the self-titled Ska-P, in 1994. Following that, the left-leaning outfit released several strike full-lengths, culminating in 2002’s …

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Après la Classe

Ska-punk clothing Après la Classe shaped in 1996 in the Italian area of Puglia, and from the beginning their audio had its root base firmly planted in the music custom of Salento, the region they hailed from. Made up of vocalist/guitarist Cesko Arcuti, Valerio “Combass” Bruno on bass, Puccia on …

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Enrique Bunbury

Spain’s Enrique Bunbury has become the iconic vocalist/songwriters to emerge through the 20th century rock and roll & roll period, and among the true fathers of rock and roll en español. He’s a rigorous, questioning, mercurial designer who has constantly adopted a labyrinthine musical route which has astonished — and …

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Panteón Rococó

Latin rock-band from Mexico Panteón Rococó was shaped within the mid-’90s, saving its 1st EP, called Pa’ Mi Negra, in 1997. The next yr, the group participated inside a double-album known as Eskuela De Baile, adding with two of its unique tracks, “L’America” and “Curame.” An identical compilation known as …

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A.B. Quintanilla III

Abraham Quintanilla III remained in the forefront of Latin pop for a long time at a time, primarily like a maker with an extended track record, but additionally as the sibling of Selena, while popular songwriter, so when a polarizing troublemaker. His documenting career started alongside that of his iconic …

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Karamelo Santo

Argentine ska/punk based collective Karamelo Santo debuted using the independently produced and released album La Kulebra in 1993, with influences which range from Bob Marley towards the Clash and Mano Negra. Perfectos Idiotas arrived in 1998 and 2 yrs later, previous Mano Negra frontman Manu Chao asked the take action …

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