La Lupita

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La Lupita
Origin Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Genres Latin, Alternative
Website http://www.lalupita.com.mx/

La Lupita are a Mexican band that combine rock and Latin music. Their lyrics are humorous and sometimes sarcastic. They released their first album, "Pa' Servir a Ud," in 1992, combining heavy metal, norteñas, disco music, funk, mambo, and pop. They recorded their next album, "Que Bonito es Casi Todo," two years later in London. They released their third album, known as "3D," in 1996; their fourth album, "Caramelo Macizo," in 1998; and their fifth album, "Lupitología," a compilation, in 2004.

Original Members[edit]

  • Hector Quijada. Vocals
  • Rosa Adame . Vocals
  • Lino Nava. Guitar
  • Poncho Toledo. Bass
  • Ernesto "Bola" Domene. Drums
  • Michel DeQuevedo. Percussion

Current members[edit]

  • Hector Quijada. Vocals
  • Lino Nava. Guitar
  • Luis Fernando Alejo. Bass
  • Paco Godoy. Drums

Other members[edit]

  • Miguel Rodríguez- Bass
  • Mayo Mello- Bass
  • Sarahi "La de Santa Maria del Nabo" - Vocals
  • Daniel "El Piolin" - Drums
  • Enrique Garcia- Percussions

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