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They haven't come close to matching the magic in follow up efforts. GRITO de ALEGRIA and CASCABEL are standouts on this album.

SEMINOLE early Latin Alternative / Traditional album!

The FIRST band I ever saw in College speak and sing about Chicanismo, and inspire thoughts, and dancing, and a sense of hope was Quetzal. This was the FIRST CD I ever bought at a show. I remember telling my girlfriend at the time all about them and taking her to see them. This album has been out of print for years, we highly recommend it. This is there debut CD and it's there best.
Comparitively speaking to most of the new US born Latin Alternative acts like La Santa Cecilia, this is the band that pioneered that sound.

Beyond Awesome!

After falling in love with this band through the albums "Sing the Real" and "Worksongs", and more recently "Die Cowboy Die" - I am not only a die hard fan but an ambassador. These folks and thier music are awesome, and also under-recognized and under-appreciated... can't say enough; just listen!!!! I pray they continue together, and hope some day to see them perform and meet them - to personally offer my gratitude! Anything recorded by Quetzal is a must have!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Formed: 1994

Genre: Latin Alternative & Rock

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

Based in Los Angeles, Quetzal is an eclectic, unpredictable Mexican-American outfit that combines a variety of Latin influences (Mexican as well as Cuban, Spanish, and South American) with rock, soul, jazz, and folk. The band doesn't specialize in mariachi, ranchero, or Tejano -- three styles of music that are quite popular among Mexican-Americans -- but they have been influenced by traditional Mexican folk. Quetzal favors a bilingual approach; some of their lyrics are in English and some are in...
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