|Studio album by Cruzados|
|Genre||Chicano rock, blues rock|
Cruzados is the 1985 debut album of Los Angeles rock band the Cruzados. It featured the band's "classic line-up" of Tito Larriva, Steven Hufsteter, Tony Marsico, and Chalo Quintana. It also featured the band's best known songs, such as "Motorcycle Girl" "Flor De Mal" and "Just Like Roses".
- "Wasted Years" (Steven Hufsteter)
- "Rising Sun" (Tito Larriva, Hufsteter, Tony Marsico, Chalo Quintana)
- "Hanging Out in California" (Hufsteter)
- "Motorcycle Girl (Larriva, Marsico)
- "Flor De Mal" (Larriva, Hufsteter)
- "Cryin' Eyes" (Larriva, Marsico)
- "Seven Summers" (Larriva)
- "Some Day" (Larriva)
- "1,000 Miles" (Larriva, Marsico)
- "Just Like Roses" (Hufsteter)
- Tito Larriva - rhythm guitar, lead vocals
- Steven Hufsteter - lead guitar
- Tony Marsico - bass, backing vocals
- Chalo Quintana - drums, percussion
- Andy Williams - backing vocals on "Wasted Years", "Rising Sun", and "Hanging Out in California"
- David Williams - backing vocals on "Wasted Years", "Rising Sun", and "Hanging Out in California"
- J.J. Holiday - slide guitar on "Seven Summers"
- Spyder Littleman - saxophone on "Seven Summers"
- Gregory Kuehn - keyboards on "1,000 Miles" and "Just Like Roses"
- Steve McRay - organ - on "Motorcycle Girl" and "Cryin' Eyes"
- Paulinho Da Costa - percussion on "Hanging Out in California"
- M.B. Gordy - percussion on "Some Day"
- Frank Marsico - marimba on "Flor De Mal"
- Walter Fowler - emulator programming
- Paul Fox - emulator programming
- Patrick Foley - "drum wiz"
- Paul Greenstein - 1937 Indian Motorcycle sound effects on "Motorcycle Girl"
- Rodney Mills - producer, engineer
- Bob Ludwig - mastering
- Rik Pekkonen - track engineering
- Gregory M. Quesnel - mixing
- Gary Gross - photography
- Jane Hoffman - styling
- Wendy Ann Rosen - make-up
- Clifford Peterson - hair-styling
- Don Davenport - art direction