The best rock bands in Spanish

The best rock bands in Spanish
What's up, well, here I leave you with the best rock bands, if I'm missing one please propose it and I'll add it

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It is a musical rock trio formed in Mexico, which has toured inside and outside the country and with five albums released. The group was formed in 1993 in the southern part of Mexico City. He had considerable fame from that moment in the underground scene for his carefree songs. In 1999 they signed with the Virgin Records subsello for EMI Music Mexico, where they work two songs with the renowned Spanish musician and producer Mastretta for the soundtrack of the Mexican movie box office “Todo El Poder”. After this debut already signed in a multinational, Liquits is called to make a remix of the Spanish group Fangoria, which led to them working on another remix for the Mexican group Titan.

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Tijuana No!
It is the name of a Mexican rock, punk, reggae and ska musical group, originally from Tijuana BC, Mexico. Originally his name was simply Radio Blackmail, then they became No, but when there was another Mexican group with that name they chose to change their name to No de Tijuana, to finally abbreviate it to Tijuana No !. It was characterized by social criticism in its lyrics, where they also expressed their support for the EZLN, and referred in their songs to racial, international and governmental problems, mainly to immigration policies in the state of California. In the year of 1991 he recorded his first material with "Rock 'n' Roll Circus", an independent label, and a year later (1992) the same record material goes on sale (with slight changes in the design, because the musical content it was the same) but this time under the seal of Culebra Records, (BMG) which gives international recognition by promoting the single "Poor you." In the 90's he was considered one of the most important rock punk and skate groups in Latin America

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The Strangers

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Hidden Faces
It is a Mexican Rock Pop music band, founded in 1985. In 1986 they begin the story of "Hidden Faces", from that year they begin to place themselves within the taste of people in different cities of the country. At that time they signed a contract with EMI to record our next albums, "Shot" of 1987 where the single "Disposable woman" and "The last goodbye" came off, then in 1989 a record that gave us a better trajectory "Open your heart ". From this album came very important successes such as "The end" and "Open your heart", this production was attended by Alejandra Guzmán, Andrés Calamaro and Kenny; There we began to play throughout the country with great recognition, then the group took a guideline and the main leaders of the band decided to make projects separately, Arturo recorded a Gospel album under the name of "Luz that" and Cala decided do a solo project called "With eggs and cajeta"

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It is the name of a rock music group from Monterrey, Mexico that is part of the musical movement called advanced regal. It arises as a result of a band called Blueswagen (1994), where Castillo (vocalist) and Charly (bassist) along with Edy, Rana and Chuy Guerra began playing on weekends in the city of Monterrey, within the Rock bars circuit & Roll Blueswagen records 12 tracks in a studio demo, under the production of Jesús Flores, attracting the attention of several record labels.

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It is a Mexican rock band that fuses various styles such as funk, ska, punk and hip hop. The band has made international tours such as Tu lechita ya noche (2000-2002) and Pisa with care (2002-2004), Cheleros are and we are on tour (2005-2008). With them they have toured countries like Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, USA. UU. and Puerto Rico. On these tours they have shared the stage with bands such as: Blur, Simple Plan, Café Tacuba, Control Machete, Spring, Molotov, Inspector, The Great Silence, Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas, King Chango, All Your Dead, ANIMAL and on their recent visit to Mexico with Kiss. His songs and videos are broadcast on radio and television (MTV La, Telehit, Htv, AXN, Puma TV, Much Music, Other Rollo, etc.) in Mexico, the United States, Central and South America. They have been nominated in the MTV Latin America awards as a video of the people Summer 2001 and in Las Lunas del Auditorio for Best Spanish Rock Show in Autumn 2003. He has participated in the soundtracks of the films "Amarte hurts" and "Santos pilgrims" and was invited to be part of the discs tribute to Hombres G and Soda Stereo, performing "Visit our bar" and "You need vitamins" respectively.

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Mikel Erentxun
He is a rock singer and Spanish musician, born in Caracas (Venezuela) and based in San Sebastián. Duncan Dhu vocalist with Diego Vasallo

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Plasticine Mosh
It is a Mexican rock group from the city of Monterrey, Nuevo León with influences of jazz, hip-hop, electronic music and other various musical currents, was part of the movement called advanced regal. Since their debut Child Bomb debut, they have obtained success from critically and commercially as well. The group frequently mixes various styles of music such as rap, dance and rock while they change from English to Spanish, as well as other varied languages in the same song.

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It was a Mexican experimental rock band that formed in Guadalajara, Jalisco in 2004, and separated in October 2008. In their four years in active they released an EP and an album. Despite its unusual sound, the band enjoyed broadcasting on important radio and television networks as well as acceptance among the public and critics, who considered their sound to be interesting and avant-garde. The group had its first formation in 2001, as an instrumental band. Shortly after, Juan Son (Juan Carlos Pereda) joins the group to form the quintet. In 2004 they release their first album, the EP Where the Ponys Pastan. During the live performances, Juan was characterized by wearing extravagant costumes, in addition to modifying the lyrics of his songs on many occasions, which addressed surreal and fantastic themes, 1 while his sound was classified as "experimental." 2 some of his Songs were written entirely in English. The group had three videos: "Espiral", "Daphne" and "Host of a Ghost", which had a good acceptance in Mexican radio and TV music channels

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The Victims of Doctor Brain
It is a Mexican rock group originally from the State of Mexico, specifically, from Nezahualcoyotl city. This group, like many of its contemporaries, opts for a sound that mixes many (or all) of their musical influences in a unique sound, although characteristic of Mexican rock, since they range from Ska, Metal, Punk to cumbias and even a fragment of La Marcha de Zacatecas in a very peculiar version. A notable feature of the Victims is the fact of adopting characters and artistic names under which they are characterized and made known to their audience. It also makes them highlight the fact of performing performances in their live concerts.

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The tse tse fly
It is an Argentine band of ska, rock formed in 1995. The best known song of the group is "Para No Verte Más" which was successful even in Europe

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The great silence
It is a group of Mexican rock musicians that fuses rhythms such as cumbia, reggae, raggamuffin and hip hop. This group is originally from Monterrey and is part of the movement called Avanzada regia. The group was born in the early nineties when they met "Cano", "Papo", secondary school friends specifically from Sec. 20 Prof. Juan F. Escamilla from Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. In a residential neighborhood called Unity Model, they decided to have a little fun with harmonica and acoustic guitar. El Comás quickly gathered with his salsa percussions. The group was then called "The Zone of Silence", in reference to the famous triangle located between Chihuahua, Coahuila and Durango. After several concerts in the Monterrey area, the group learned that another group had the same name and decided to change it to El Gran Silencio, the title of a Rockdrigo song.

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It is a Spanish Latin rock / Latin pop group led by Pau Donés (1996) .Pau Donés worked in several groups before he could carry out his current project, Jarabedepalo. He began at age 15 with his brother Marc, with whom he formed a group called J. & Co. Band and later another called Dentures. During this period he combined his musical performances in places in Barcelona with a job at an advertising agency. The success would come after a trip to Cuba, where he received the inspiration that would lead him to write La Flaca that gave title to his first album of the same name in 1996. His first song becomes famous a year later, thanks to a spot advertising, leading the album to sell millions of copies in several countries. It also became one of the songs of the summer of 1997. The group itself defines the album as "Eleven simple, direct songs, without major pretensions. Part-time music and lyrics with messages, the result of 31 years of sun and shade."

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The three
It is a recognized Chilean rock group, considered one of the most influential Latin American bands since the 90s. In 1982, three young people from Concepción called Roberto "Titae" Lindl, Álvaro Henríquez and Francisco Molina, formed a musical group, of Rockabilly influence, called "Dick Stones", in which they played songs by Chuck Berry, Gene Vincent and Elvis Presley. Between 1982 and 1985 they played in universities, clubs and bars. In order to succeed in the national artistic environment, in 1985 they decided to settle in Santiago and change the name of the band to Los Tres. In 1988 they were joined by Angel Parra. Despite having four members, the group decides to maintain the original name of the band, with which they had already achieved notoriety.

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The Cuca
It is a Mexican musical group from Guadalajara, Jalisco formed in 1990, by José Fors (former member of the Mask group). Its name, apócope of "cockroach", is synonymous with aggressive, irreverent rock, ironic and two-way lyrics, and well known in Mexico, and which is also considered by many, the best of its kind in his country.

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Panteon Rococo
It is a Mexican group of fusion of rock, ska and rhythms of Mexico, originating in Mexico City, and formed in 1995. They adopted their name from the play of the Mexican Hugo Argüelles The lonely crocodile of the Rococo pantheon written in 1981.Its style is characterized by the fusion of rhythms, like Ska to punk. In this way, Pantheon Rococó mixes various styles of popular music such as, in addition to those mentioned above, rock, salsa, mariachi, reggae and indigenous music in a rather energetic and moving sound.

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is a Mexican rock band made up of Francisco "Paco" Huidobro (guitar), Leonardo de Lozanne (voice), Ignacio "Iñaki" Vázquez (keyboards), Javier Ramírez "El Cha!" (bass) and Javier "Jay" de la Cueva (drums). Its beginnings date back to Mexico City in the year 1987, during the era in which there was little diffusion in Mexico for rock groups. By fate of fate, Leonardo De Lozanne, meets Paco Huidobro in a concert of "The Unusual Images of Aurora" (the seed of "Caifanes"), breaks the key to his car and asks for a "ride" to Huidobro, with whom talk about their musical concerns and together join their talents and decide to form a group. Later, De Lozanne recommends Huidobro a bassist whom he considers "very good", and they go to the institute where Leonardo studied, and where there was a music festival and youth rock bands, where Javier Ramirez "El Cha!" He performs with his band, which was called in the same way "Cha!", along with Iván Morales and Marcelo Lara. Afterwards, they meet Gabriel Kuri, who played the drums, and invites Paco Huidobro to play some songs, which he then passes to Be part of this group with Jose Kuri.

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Damn Neighborhood and the Children of the Fifth Courtyard
Maldita Vecindad y los Hijos del Quinto Patio is a Mexican musical group, formed in Mexico City that fuses rhythms such as rock, ska, reggae, punk and traditional influences of Mexican music such as danzón and bolero. They are pioneers in Latin America for doing rock with fusion Founded in 1985, it is one of the most influential groups and precursors of Mexican rock. They became popular with songs like Wet, Morenaza, A little blood, Don Words, Crocodile, Pachuco, A Great Circus, "Kumbala" to name a few, which narrate the problems, adventures and beauty of a society eager to improve its status economic. They incorporated into their music and outfits influences of the fifties such as Chicano culture, pachucos and zoot suits. They support causes and social movements.

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It is an Argentine rock band formed at the beginning of the 90s. At the beginning they were part of the "New Argentine rock", a movement made up of bands such as Juana La Loca, El Otro Yo, Dangerous Sparrows and Los Brujos. "Babasónicos" is a pun between Sai Baba, the Indian guru, and a fashionable toy, the sonic gun

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El tri

It is a rock band in Mexican Spanish founded on October 12, 1968 in Mexico City, Although in the beginning, the band was originally known as Three Souls In My Mind. It is led by musician Alejandro Lora, musician, singer, and author of most of the band's songs. In the time he has been active (43 years for 2011) The band has experimented with rock and blues sounds. El Tri has sold more than 30 million albums in his career and has had five nominations for the Grammy Award, under the category of Best Rock Album in Spanish for his albums: When You Are Not (1998), End of the Century (1999 ), We can not fly (2001), and 35 Years and what is still missing (2005) and Best Rock Vocal Album Duo O Group for Alex Lora: From Three to El Tri (40 soul rolas. My mind and My grasp) (2009)

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The bunkers

It is a Chilean rock band from the city of Concepción. They are known for their contemporary rock style, based on sounds from the 60s onwards and from groups from Los Beatles to Los Tres, additionally incorporating sounds from the folk roots, strongly inspired by the Chilean New Song. On some occasions they have been called the Chilean beatles. The group is originally from the city of Concepción, in the Bio Bio Region, southern Chile. Two of its members (Álvaro López and Francisco Durán) meet around 1996 at the Salesian College of Concepcion, where they became part of various bands.In the winter of 1999 the band Los Bunkers was created, with Álvaro López in a solo voice and acoustic guitar, Gonzalo López on bass, Francisco and Mauricio Durán on guitars and choirs; and Manuel Lagos (drummer of the era of adolescence of Álvaro and Francisco in the Salesian College) on drums

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G men

It is one of the most popular Spanish rock / pop bands from its public appearance in 1985 to the present. Its success covers Spain, Italy, Latin America, especially Mexico, Venezuela, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Chile, the Spanish-speaking US population, England, Switzerland and some parts of Portugal.

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The law

It was a rock band from Santiago de Chile formed at the end of the 1980s at the initiative of keyboardist and guitarist Andrés Bobe and his friend, keyboardist Rodrigo Aboitiz. The Law would become very popular in Latin America with the release of their Double Opposite album, and their subsequent albums would further increase their popularity. With the Vertigo album, the band's popularity began to diminish, in large part because the band's sound changes to a much more experimental one, but with the following Uno and Libertad albums, the group's success was unprecedented. The Law has, without a doubt, been one of the most important rock groups in all of Latin America.

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It is a Mexican band of alternative rock. Founded in 1997 in Mexico City composed of León Larregui (voice), Sergio Acosta (guitar), Jesus Báez (keyboards), Angel Mosqueda (bass) and) and Rodrigo Guardiola - Currently (drums).

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The fabulous cadillacs

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs is an Argentine ska and rock band from Buenos Aires. Founded in 1983, it is considered one of the most influential and successful in Argentina and Latin America. 4 of his albums have been included in the list of the 250 most influential albums of Latin American rock: The March of the Solo Golazo, King Sugar, Fabulous Skulls and Empty Glasses. Also his album The Lion is in the 21st position of the 100 ranking best discs of the national rock of the magazine Rolling Stone Argentina. In 1994 the video clip of the song "Matador" received the first prize of the People's Video for the MTV Latin America network and in 2000 the video of the song "La vida" was received by MTV Latin America South. In addition, this issue has come out twice in the first position of the rankings made by MTV Latin America, the first in the celebration of the 10 years of the chain and then in the celebration of the 15 and achieved the second place in the ranking of The 100 MTV videos. In 2008 they received the Legend Award of the MTV Latin America chain.4 Currently they finished their world tour to promote the album La luz del rhyth, called Satanic Pop Tour, and in 2009 they released their most recent album The Art of Elegance of Los Fabulous Cadillacs.

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It is an alternative rock band formed on September 23, 1995 in Mexico City, founded by Tito Fuentes, Miky Huidobro and with them the versatile Jay de la Cueva; They would later be joined by Randy Ebright, a drummer of American origin, and Jay de la Cueva would be replaced by Paco Ayala. The lyrics of his songs are characterized by the management of the albur (or double meaning) and of the "funny humor", as they say, mixing the satire with the personal humor of each of the members. Usually his lyrics speak of criticism of the government (not only Mexican) but also of women and parties. As for the sound, each of the members has different influences and this allows them to merge different genres, from rock and rap to funk or cumbia; In addition, the sound, which varies from one disc to another according to style needs, has always been composed of two bass, which gives it an explosive character according to the band members themselves; hence the name of this one. In its 16 years of career the band has sold 2 million copies.

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Wizard of Oz

Mägo de Oz is a Spanish hard rock group, formed in May 1989 by drummer Txus di Fellatio in the Barrio de Begoña, Madrid. Initially called Since its inception they already showed their heterogeneous and peculiar musical proposal to mix the most classic heavy and rock sound with other styles as diverse as Charleston, tango, gospel, ranchera, power ballad, classical music, etc. ., although it has undoubtedly been Celtic music that has predominated most in the sound of their songs to the present, and to which, in part, they owe their enormous success.

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Tacvba coffee

It is a Mexican rock band, winner of the Grammy and Latin Grammy from Ciudad Satélite in Naucalpan, State of Mexico. The group was formed in 1989. It is one of the most daring and creative bands of the alternative rock boom of the 1990s in Mexico, whose music cannot be easily placed in a particular category due to the versatility and variety both melodic and rhythms, where they interpret and even combine on the same work from rock to hip-hop and electronic) along with Latin and Mexican folk music (including mariachi, ranchera, Norteña, Texan, band, and samba).

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White rat

It is an Argentine band of Heavy metal and Hard rock formed in Buenos Aires, in 1985 by Walter Giardino and Gustavo Rowek and currently composed of said guitarist, Adrián Barilari (voice), Guillermo Sánchez (bass), Danilo Moschen (keyboards) and Fernando Scarcella (drums). It is considered one of the most important bands of Argentine / Latin American metal / rock, being also the most internationally recognized. It is one of the most influential and important bands of heavy metal in Spanish. Two of his albums have been included in the list of the 250 best of all times of Latin American or Latin rock: Magos, Espadas y Rosas (No. 42) and El camino del fuego (No. 16) .1 The theme Woman Lover of her second album, has been considered the 52nd best of all times of Latin rock in general according to the website In less than a month since her departure, her ninth studio album, The Forgotten Kingdom is positioned in the position number 2 of the ranking of CAPIF as the second best selling and heard album of the month of August. At the end of 1991, they won numerous awards from the Argentine media, including: Walter Giardino, best guitarist of the year; Magicians, Swords and Roses, best album of the year; The legend of Fairy and the Mage and Loving Woman, 1st and 3rd best songs of the year; Adrián Barilari, best vocalist of the year. The presentation of his third record material, "Guerrero del Arco Iris", was held at the Vélez Sársfield stadium, being the first and only Argentine band to fill a stadium with his third album.

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It is a Mexican pop rock musical band, founded in 1978. The origins of Maná date back to a musical group called Sombrero Verde, whose members Fernando Olvera, as a voice; Gustavo Orozco, to the electric guitar; and the Calleros brothers: Juan Diego, bass, Ulises, electric guitar and Abraham, drummer from Guadalajara. In 1978, they had decided to get together to play different songs from various groups they admired, including The Beatles and Led Zeppelin. Initially, they called themselves The Green Hat Spies, but soon the name was abbreviated in Green Hat and, finally, it adapted to Spanish as Green Hat, a change that was also reflected in the repertoire that they dedicated to playing towards the middle of the decade of the eighty, the movement called Rock in your language began in Mexico; as a result, several Mexican groups formed with young people from the middle class and with musical influences from bands such as The Police, The Cure, Paralamas do Sucesso, Led Zeppelin and others appeared. Thus, the leading bands of the movement emerged: Caifanes, Maldita Vecindad, Café Tacuba and, among them, Maná, achieving success not only locally but also internationally.

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Enanitos Verdes

It is an Argentine rock band, formed in 1979 in the city of Mendoza. Throughout their career they have managed to place themselves in important positions of the Argentine, Latin American and Caribbean popularity charts.

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Heroes of Silence

It was a Spanish rock group based in Zaragoza, initially formed by Juan Valdivia and Enrique Bunbury, and completed with Joaquín Cardiel and Pedro Andreu, in the mid-1980s. They experienced great success in Spain and Latin America, as well as in several European countries , including Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, France and Italy, becoming one of the most successful groups in the history of Spanish rock. After twelve years in which they sold more than six million records in more than thirty-seven countries, and in which they offered more than a thousand concerts, the band broke up in 1996.

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Caifanes is a Mexican rock band, active between 1987 and 1995, and reunited in 2011. The group played a crucial role in the resurgence of the local rock diffusion scene in the late 1980s. They are considered as Mexican rock classics.

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soda Stereo

It was an Argentine rock band, one of the most influential and important in Latin America in general. Formed in Buenos Aires in 1982 by Gustavo Cerati (guitar and vocals), Héctor "Zeta" Bosio (bass and backing vocals) and Carlos Alberto Ficicchia (Charly Alberti, drums and percussion). It is considered one of the most important in the history of Latin American rock. In 1997 it was dissolved due to personal problems and differences in artistic criteria among its members. In mid-2007 the band announced their return to make a single continental tour called Me Verás Volver in which it gathered more than one million followers and breaking several records. During its active career, the group sold more than 7 million copies in Latin America alone, a figure that continues to increase after its separation. Four of his albums have been included in the list of the 250 best of all times of Latin American or Latin rock: Animal song (No. 2), Comfort and music to fly (No. 15), Signs (No. 40) and Dream Stereo ( Nº 41) .3 His song "Light music" has been considered the second best in Latin American rock and the fourth of all time, both Latin rock and Argentine rock in particular.