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Caifanes: La Historia is a compilation album by Mexican Rock band Caifanes released almost two years after their sudden breakup. Disc 1 contains singles from 1987 to 1990; disc 2 contains singles from 1992 to 1994. Mátenme Porque Me Muero (Caifanes (Album)) (Ariola, 1988) - 3:31. Cuéntame Tu Vida (Caifanes (Album)) (Ariola, 1988) - 4:22. Viento (Caifanes (Album)) (Ariola, 1988) - 3:57.
Caifanes is the self-titled debut studio album by Mexican rock band Caifanes. It was released in 1988 after the success of their first singles, "Matenme porque me muero" and "La bestia humana". The original release of the album did not contain the songs "La negra Tomasa" and "Perdí mi ojo de venado", which were released in 1989 as singles and later incorporated into the album when it was re-released on Compact disc in 1993. It is undergoing a re-pressing process as of March 2011. The LP is also referred to as Volumen 1 or Mátenme porque me muero.
Album · 1988 · 11 Songs. Mexico City's Caifanes exploded onto the rock en español scene with this self-titled debut steeped in British rock influences and Latin American folklore. On it, they catapult cumbia into the future with "La Negra Tomasa," refashioning the traditional genre with chilly New Wave production; their fondness for The Cure comes to the fore on the goth-leaning "Cuentame Tu Vida. Their secret weapons throughout are Alejandro Marcovich's echoing guitar and Saúl Hernández's haunting wail, which create a combustible combination-radical for its time and spine-tingling.
Producers Oscar López. Writers Saúl Hernández. More Caifanes albums. El nervio del volcán. Show all albums by Caifanes. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.
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Caifanes MTV Unplugged is a live album by Mexican Rock band Caifanes released in 1994 as part of the MTV Unplugged series in which bands play their music in acoustic form for the MTV music channel. Caifanes plays its music, being the first Mexican band and the second Spanish speaking band (after Los Fabulosos Cadillacs), by participating in this series during the month of October in 1994. La Historia (The History) may refer to: La Historia (Caifanes album). La Historia (Intocable album). La Historia (Kumbia Kings album). La Historia (Kumbia Kings video album), a video by . Quintanilla and Kumbia Kings. La Historia (Ricky Martin album).
More albums from Caifanes: El Silencio by Caifanes. El Nervio Del Volcan by Caifanes. El Diablito by Caifanes. View all albums . Caifanes. About. It was released in 1988 after the success of their first singles, "Mátenme porque me muero" and "La bestia humana".
Matenme Porque Me Muero. 4. Sera Por Eso. 5. Nunca Me Voy a Transformar en Ti. blue highlight denotes track pick.