Los Bastardos Finlandeses

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Los Bastardos Finlandeses
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Los Bastardos Finlandeses at HIFK 2011 Ice Hockey Championship Party in Helsinki, Finland.
Background information
Origin Helsinki, Finland
Genres Hard rock, heavy metal, rock and roll
Years active 2005–present
Labels 100% Record Company
Associated acts Ben Granfelt Band, Wishbone Ash, Leningrad Cowboys, Peer Günt, Royal Tramps
Website losbastardos.fi
Members El Taff Bastardo (Bryn Jones)
El Bastardo Grande (Twist Twist Erkinharju)
Don Osmo (Olli Kykkänen)
El Gringo (Ben Granfelt)
Past members El Muerte (Jussi Kinnunen)
El Diablo (Devil Virtanen)

Los Bastardos Finlandeses is a band from Helsinki, Finland with raw attitude and the lyrics about Harleys, skulls and rock‘n’roll.[1] Influenced by the likes of Motörhead, Thin Lizzy and a range of Southern Rock and blues rock bands all the way from The Allman Brothers to ZZ Top, Los Bastardos Finlandeses aka "The Boy Band from Hell" has toured with Lemmy and company as well as Aerosmith and Deep Purple.[2]

In February 2010, they did their debut UK tour covering the key cities London, Oxford, Birmingham and Liverpool.[3] Their fourth and current album titled "Saved By Rock'n'Roll" came out on the bands's label 100% Record Company in February 2011 and debuted at #9 on Finland's Rumba Magazine's "indie record-label" charts, the chart leaving out large chain stores. "Saved By Rock'n'Roll" was also introduced on the Finnish album charts at #30.[4]

Current band members[edit]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album Peak positions
FIN
[5]
2007 My Name Is El Muerte  –
2008 Return of El Diablo  –
2009 El Grande's Saloon  –
2011 Saved by Rock'n'Roll 30
2013 Day of the Dead 19
2015 BMF Ball  –

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak positions Album
FIN
2006 "Viva Los Bastardos!" 3 My Name is El Muerte
"So Cold"  –
2007 "Born 'N' Raised" 14 My Name is El Muerte
2012 "Day of the Dead"  – Day of the Dead
2013 "Smokin' Dynamite"  –

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Myglobalmind". 
  2. ^ "stopinternets". 
  3. ^ "emjaymedia". 
  4. ^ "NEM-booking". 
  5. ^ "Los Bastardes Finlandeses discography". finnishcharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 

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