Maldita Vecindad

Mexico City, Mé
Artist / Band / Musician
Ska / Rock / Latin
La Maldita Vecindad y los Hijos del Quinto Patio (English: The Damned Neighborhood and the sons of the fifth Patio usually called only "La Maldita") is a band formed in Mexico City in 1985 Pioneer in genre fussion and is one of the most influential rock bands in Latin America.
They first make an impact with "Mojado", "Un poco de sangre", "Cocodrilo", "Pachuco" and "Un Gran Circo" which narrates the problems, adventures and beauty of a society anxious for improving his economic status. Along with their music the wardrobe is of classic Pachuco, an archetypical character represented by Tin Tán in the Mexican cinema. Tin Tan is sampled in one of the group's biggest hit, 1991's Pachuco.
The last studio album recorded was in 1998. Since then, the band has collaborated with other bands, as well as having participated in tribute albums like the tributes for José José and Tigres del Norte. Their sound incorporates many styles, including Ska, Rock, and traditional Mexican forms such as the bolero.
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