Editors’ Notes Following in the footsteps of Botellita de Jerez and Ritmo Peligroso, Mexican band Maldita Vecindad and Los Hijos del Quinto Patio burst onto the scene in 1985 with a unique fusion of punk, rap, ska and reggae. They also added popular rhythms such as danzón and son jarocho, opening the doors to mestizo rock and alterlatino styles and bands like Los Fabulosos Cadillacs. Released in 1989, their debut album catapulted them to instant success, thanks to such catchy songs as “Apañón” and “Mojado”. They attracted the attention of both the general public and the media, whom became increasingly interested in Mexican rock.

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Mátenme Porque Me Muero
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3:33
 
Te Estoy Mirando
2
3:44
 
La Negra Tomasa (Versión Tropical)
3
7:52
 
Cuéntame Tu Vida
4
4:23
 
Será por Eso
5
3:34
 
Viento
6
3:56
 
Nunca Me Voy a Transformar en Ti
7
3:05
 
Perdí Mi Ojo de Venado
8
4:31
 
Amanece
9
3:13
 
La Bestia Humana
10
3:20
 
Nada
11
4:51
 

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