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Rock Alternativo Que no es pa los masses

Esta banda Es el simbolo como el rock mexicano alternativo debe de ser no rock fresa como la ley. Son raras las bandas con talento como esta se lo recomiendo a la gente que en verdad aprecia el rock..


The Greatest spanish rock album in my opinion! Unlike other Spanish Rock bands who make their influences very obvious in their music and looks ( The Police, The Cure, Duran Duran) Maria Fatal takes you down a very dark road with this impeccable album. Very calmly entering then ending very inspirationally with Antes Que, the next three songs are a wall of dynamic sound with Fernando Ramirez leading you through it all. Maria is every synth players song they wish they wrote!
With Estoy Mutando you hear it in Fernando's voice on how the excesses of life might of finally caught up to him. "Ya casi soy eterno!" he sings with the music joining him with the same type of energy he is giving you, Honestly one of the greatest Chorus' because of it.
Una daga en tu sien is exactly what it should be given the title, listen to it and you'll see...
All in all whether you speak spanish or not, everyone needs to listen to this album.


Genre: Latino

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Latin rock band Maria Fatal became one of Los Angeles' rock en español scene pioneers in the early '90s. Formed by brothers Gabriel, Ernesto, and Fernando Ramírez, joined by keyboardist César Hernández, the group started playing in Mexico City's club circuit before moving to the U.S., debuting with a self-titled album released by San Francisco-based Aztlán Records in 1994. That same year, Maria Fatal participated in Austin's South by South West Music Seminar, while their song "Portate Mal," was climbing...
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Pasiones Torturas y Otros Misterios, Maria Fatal
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Latino, Music
  • Released: May 27, 1997

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