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If an artist is going to record a cover of a well-known song, it is important to bring something new and different to the tune. Otherwise, what's the point? Why try to provide a carbon copy of the song's original version when the original can still be heard? Thankfully, Molotov understands that, which is why Con Todo Respeto (With All Respect) is an interesting collection of covers instead of a forgettable one. The songs on this 2005 release — some of them from Latin music, some from English-language rock and pop — are familiar, but what Molotov does to them is not. The Beastie Boys' "Girls," Falco's "Rock Me, Amadeus," and the Misfits' "I Turned Into a Martian" successfully receive rock en español makeovers, as does Lipps, Inc.'s 1981 disco/dance-pop hit "Designer Music." This album's biggest surprise, however, is a Spanish-language update of Gil Scott-Heron's "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised." Although faithful to the original spirit of the sociopolitical classic, Molotov provides new lyrics that are addressing Mexicans instead of African-Americans — and just as Scott-Heron poked fun at certain aspects of U.S. pop culture (for example, his irreverent line about Dick getting down with Jane on the soap opera Search for Tomorrow), Molotov makes their point with Latino references such as telenovelas. Instead of Scott-Heron's reference to "hog maw confiscated from a Harlem sanctuary," Molotov mentions Barrio Tepito — an ultra-poor and notoriously dangerous area of Mexico City — and instead of calling for African-Americans to fight for a brighter future, Molotov declares that "los mexicanos estarán en la calle buscando mejor mañana" (translation: Mexicans will be in the street looking for a better tomorrow). Con Todo Respeto isn't Molotov's most essential release, but it is still an excellent, highly rewarding part of their catalog.

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One great covers album

Mexican rock-rap group Molotov blends beats, heavy riffage, and Spanglish rhymes for the bilingual, black-clad nu-metal crowd. CON TODO RESPETO is a covers album, featuring quirky and inventive versions of the Misfits' "I Turned Into a Martian," Gil Scott-Heron's "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised," and Falco's "Rock Me Amadeus." While such a concept might seem to border on novelty, Molotov's edgy aggression and metal-inspired sonic flair keep things interesting and in-your-face

Buenas canciones

chale esta es la mejor banda de rock en espanol me encanta amateur creo ke es la mejor cancion en esta cd.No es el mejor cd de Molotow pero se defiende.

Les faltó la de Cuín.

No más les faltó incluír el cover de Bohemian Rhapsody que sale en el album tributo a Queen. De resto está de no mames.


Formed: Mexico City, Mexico

Genre: Rock y Alternativo

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The rap-metal band Molotov formed in 1995 in Mexico City, comprising singer/guitarist Tito Fuentes, bassists Mickey "Huidos" Huidobro and Javier de la Cueva, and a drummer known as La Quesadillera. By 1996, Paco Ayala had replaced de la Cueva and Randy "El Gringo Loco" Ebright became the band's new drummer. Molotov's 1997 debut LP Donde Jugaran Las Ninas? was a hit with both Spanish- and English-speaking audiences, earning a Grammy nomination for best Latin rock-alternative performance. The remix...
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