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#1
i'm hispanic/white and been tryin to find some good spanish punk bands. would anyone here know of any??
#2
I don't know if you'd call them punk, but Jessy Bulbo is a good Garage band.
#6
PM me when you get this. I used to listen to a lot of spanish ska music and I know a lot of bands I think you would like considering your username. I'm just not in the mood or right mind or whatever you want to say its fuckin 5 in the morning. Just PM me. But for now...

Los Kung Fu Monkeys
#7
Aerobitch is Spanish and I think they're pretty good.

Sin Dios is an anarcho band from Spain and I've never listened to them but Jordan likes them so I say maybe you should listen to them.

EDIT: Oh yeah the Casualties basically sing their album "On The Front Line" in Spanish so that they may milk more money from their fans.
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Sin Dios is an anarcho band from Spain and I've never listened to them but Jordan likes them so I say maybe you should listen to them.


You should. psst.....I know the person who gave Jordan the link to download their stuff......http://sindios.info/sin_dios_dis.html

LISTEN! also you axe
#10
I can't listen right now, I'm too busy playing out childhood nostalgia by listening to songs from video games I played when I was 6.
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#11
Can you specify if you want bands from spain, or bands that sing in spanish?

For spain: Cop on fire, nada librar x

For spanish: Los crudos, sin orden, condenada, are the few to start with.
#13
No offense, but your not doing this for heritage points, are you? You know, like people of Irish descent will listen to the Dropkick Murphys or Flogging Molly because it makes them "more Irish"
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#14
i meant hispanic bands singing in spanish.
i'm aware that spanish are from spain and not south america.
and no, it's not about 'heritage points' i've just been digging through my uncle's stuff and found some cool sounding peruvian bands but they were folkish and i wondered how many good spanish-singing bands there are.
also, i've looked on google, youtube etc. etc.
that's why i came to ask here
#16
Sin Dios is awesome. I found a couple of their LP's in Edmonton, and they included big booklets with the lyrics translated to english, and a sweet poster!
#17
^on a festival I thought about getting one of their albums....I still had it form their site, but I thought they should be supported, but I think it costed 15€, so it was a bit too much......though I understand most of their spanish lyrics when I read them.
#18
Well, they're not exactly what you're looking for, but the Gypsy Pistoleros are worth a listen. They are Hispanic/White too, and class themselves as "Sleaze" which has roots in punk. They also sing in Spanish sometimes as well. Don't know if that helped or not, but give 'em a go
#19
lavazza your signature is awesome. Amazing work.

Did you check out Los Kung Fu Monkeys yet? If not then do it if you like ska. Union 13 is great and also Manic Hispanic. Maybe Tak'Se Driver too ;]

PM me fool.
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I can give you more. Thats not even half the list.
#27
Go listen to melodic hardcore then.
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#28
This is for everyone on here that has posted reccomendations. Punkrock is more then polka-styled drumming and shouting lyrics. It's nice when you can understand what that person's saying (Yes I know they're spanish bands but I understand spanish and I STILL can't understand THEM) and when they can ACTUALLY sing.
#29
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This is for everyone on here that has posted reccomendations. Punkrock is more then polka-styled drumming and shouting lyrics. It's nice when you can understand what that person's saying (Yes I know they're spanish bands but I understand spanish and I STILL can't understand THEM) and when they can ACTUALLY sing.


wtf are you talking about
#31
Quote by lilpunkchick136
This is for everyone on here that has posted reccomendations. Punkrock is more then polka-styled drumming and shouting lyrics. It's nice when you can understand what that person's saying (Yes I know they're spanish bands but I understand spanish and I STILL can't understand THEM) and when they can ACTUALLY sing.
Polka-style drumming?

So, how much battery acid have you been mixing in your cocaine lately?
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#32
Quote by lilpunkchick136
This is for everyone on here that has posted reccomendations. Punkrock is more then polka-styled drumming and shouting lyrics.


I couldn't agree with you more. I get so sick of all the punk bands using the same, tired old polka style drumming.

But for serious, the only Spanish punk band I've heard of is Sin Orden.
#34
Quote by lilpunkchick136
This is for everyone on here that has posted reccomendations. Punkrock is more then polka-styled drumming and shouting lyrics. It's nice when you can understand what that person's saying (Yes I know they're spanish bands but I understand spanish and I STILL can't understand THEM) and when they can ACTUALLY sing.

That's nice. Let each person decide for themselves, seeing as it's not you who's asking for recs.

Not sure if you mean singing in Spanish or just South American or Spanish. Anyways, my recs are, for Spanish punk: La Polla Records, Eskorbuto, Barricada (both old-school bands, elements of hardcore and they're fairly raw), Kortatu (the same, except with ska and they sometimes sing in Basque), Lendekaris Muertos (more recent, punk but with less hardcore and better production), Soziedad Alkoholika (more crossover and thrash-based but punk enough) and Boikot, which are very ska on their new album but whose older stuff is more punk.
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But for serious, the only Spanish punk band I've heard of is Sin Orden.


Good guys, and killer tunes.

Check out intifada, they play even(!) faster


And lavazza that isnt a band it's a fest.
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Quote by lilpunkchick136
This is for everyone on here that has posted reccomendations. Punkrock is more then polka-styled drumming and shouting lyrics. It's nice when you can understand what that person's saying (Yes I know they're spanish bands but I understand spanish and I STILL can't understand THEM) and when they can ACTUALLY sing.

You're stupid. ¨Real¨ punk sucks.
#39
She should listen to some National Socialist Black Metal, I hear they use bluegrass drumming.
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