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Album Review

Control Machete's third full-length record became their first greatest-hits compilation, opening with the urban "Si Señor" and including their 1997 smash "¿Comprendes Mendes?" and a remix of "Asi Son Mis Dias." Solo Para Fanaticos is composed of Fermin IV, Pato, and Tony Kenobi's most popular and experimental songs, such as the hip-hop and alternative pop/rock "Presente," the tropical meets Latin rap "Grita," and the powerful metal-rap "Mexican Curios." In addition, this collection delivers "La Lupita," from Control Machete's debut, Mucho Barato, and "Desde la Tierra (El Tercer Planeta)," from their 1999 album called Artilleria Pesada.

Customer Reviews


so good!!

I like power metal

Yup i love metal, and i hate MOST rap not all, but this Band and M.O.P just hit me where it feels good

Very good music.......

This album is crazy good i can hear this over and over again. A very good collection of some of the best traxs from the group. I personally like more their older songs but some of the newer songs in this cd also have some incredible rythmic vibe to them. I highly recomend this album for any one period.......


Genre: Latin Urban

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Mexican Latin rap group Control Machete burst into the local rock and rap scene in the mid-'80s, making its debut with the release of Mucho Barato in July of 1997. Led by Fermín IV, Pato (later Patricio Ch. Elizalde), and Toy Kenobi (Toy Hernández), the band returned in March of 1999 with Artilleria Pesada, produced by Antonio Hernández and Jason Roberts. In addition, Fermín IV recorded a song alongside Cypress Hill called "Siempre Peligroso," which was featured on the album Grandes Exitos en Español....
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