15 Songs, 57 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Half the songs on this album are about toppling the government. The other half are about having sex. No wonder Molotov's 1997 debut struck a chord with rebellious teens everywhere. Like many U.S. rap-rock bands, these Mexican rockers have a certain love of frat house humor, as shown in the crude and goofy lyrics of "Quítate Que Ma'sturbas (Perra Arrabalera)." Yet songs like "Gimme Tha Power" make a dead-serious call to change the government, and "Que No Te Hagas Bobo Jacobo" mocks a well-known TV journalist.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Half the songs on this album are about toppling the government. The other half are about having sex. No wonder Molotov's 1997 debut struck a chord with rebellious teens everywhere. Like many U.S. rap-rock bands, these Mexican rockers have a certain love of frat house humor, as shown in the crude and goofy lyrics of "Quítate Que Ma'sturbas (Perra Arrabalera)." Yet songs like "Gimme Tha Power" make a dead-serious call to change the government, and "Que No Te Hagas Bobo Jacobo" mocks a well-known TV journalist.

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