Concrete Blonde y Los Illegals
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
|Concrete Blonde y Los Illegals|
|Studio album by Concrete Blonde|
|Released||May 5, 1997|
|Concrete Blonde chronology|
An album produced as a joint effort between Johnette Napolitano and James Mankey, previously founding members of alternative rock band Concrete Blonde, and L.A. pachucho punk band Los Illegals. It contains a blend of hard rock and Latin music.
- "Viva La Vida"
- "La Llorona"
- "Another Hundred Years Of Solitude"
- "Maria Elena (Letter From L.A.)"
- "Ode To Rosa Lopez"
- "Xich Vs. The Migra Zombies"
|This 1990s alternative rock album–related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|