Rock with Punk with Pop with Folklore: Transformations and Renewal in Aterciopelados and Café Tacuba

Esterrich, Carmelo; Murillo, Javier H.
March 2000
Latin American Music Review;Spring/Summer2000, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p31
Academic Journal
Considers rock music to be a space of criticism in Latin American urban culture and one displaced from normative social expectations. History of rock music in Latin America; Eighties pop groups and new wave bands that created a market and paved the way for Latin Americans to begin listening to pop/rock-influenced music in Spanish; Tradition of misogyny in Latin American music.


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