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The 10 awesome Latin Rock Albums of all time
Cafe Tacuba- Re (1994)
For this album of Re which was their first in 1994 it showed a rock band saying that it ok to have some Mexico norteno sound for example like their hit song ( La Ingrata ), foreign influence of punk, Latin sounds and reckless enthusiasm. It describes a band discovering the success that they can have.
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs- Fabulosos Calavera ( 1997)
In the eighties this band from argentina started out as a SKA group anyhow this band was able to re-create latin rock b exploring salsa and the batucada, thrash metal and morbid tango mixed with a Afro carribean percussion and punchy brass. It was a band that followed no ruls and was up for exploring new sounds.
Julieta Venegas- Bueninvento (2000)
Julieta Venegas before when she started out with her singing career Julieta was a shy alt- rocker while in her second LP she was growing as a very intelligent artist. In this LP she is described as a loving reader that puts some sense power into her songs and her broken syllables, streched-out vowels have a haunting quality.
Babasonicos -Infame ( 2003)
In this album from babasonicos there is a mix of Roxy music glam rock with a balladry sound of Julio Iglesias. Infame covers the discography of this band from Argentina.
Soda Estereo - Sueno Estereo ( 1995)
Contains exquisite Latin rock songs that were ever produced the last LP of this Buenos Aires band is filled with psychedelia pop, and regret.
Aterciopelados - Rio (2008)
Aterciopelados which means ( the velvety ones) in English got their first start as a irreverent latin - punk duo in their LP the band from Colombia eradicate to a more mature sound in the songs " dia paranormal", ethereal "Vals".
Karnak - Karnak ( 1995)
Filled with International idioms karnak the group from Sao Paulo Brazil demonstrate all types of music from Brazilian reggae to chants from the middle east it's a masterpiece from begginning to end.
Manu Chao - Clandestino ( 1998)
Manu recorded and wrote his songs in English french, spanish and Portuguese his range of songs vary from bouncy " Desaparecido " to "Bongo- Bong".
Os Mutantes - Os Mutantes (1968)
Filled with psychedelia and sexy Portuguese with the song of " Panis et Circenses" you can get the offbeat tamborines and " Penny Lane" trumpets those are the noises of music from Brazil.
Santana - Abraxas ( 1970 )
When Carlos Santana discovered the magic of Afro-Cuban music from Tito Puente. Plus the cha-cha-cha sounded as if it had been waiting for Santana's guitar to recreate it plus the song from from Tito " Oye Como Va" became the #1 of U.S. Latin rock.