The Iguanas (band)
The Iguanas is a roots rock band from New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, formed in 1989. Their sound has been described as combining Chicano rock, R&B, Conjunto and various Latin styles into a deep groove.
The song "Boom, Boom, Boom", from their now out of print 1994 album Nuevo Boogaloo, was featured in the Homicide: Life on the Street episode "The Documentary". Nuevo Boogaloo hit #34 on the US Billboard Heatseekers chart in 1994. The song "Para donde vas" from their 1993 self-titled debut album was included in the soundtrack of the 1996 film Phenomenon. The group also appeared in Robert Mugge's documentary, "New Orleans: Music in Exile", in which they talked about how Hurricane Katrina affected them. The band released a new studio album titled Sin To Sin on PFAM in April, 2012.
- The Iguanas (MCA Records, 1993)
- Nuevo Boogaloo (Margaritaville Records, 1994)
- Super Ball (Margaritaville Records, 1996)
- Sugartown (Koch Records, 1999)
- Live Iguanas (Blowout Records, 2002)
- Plastic Silver 9-Volt Heart (Yep Roc, 2003)
- If You Should Ever Fall on Hard Times (Yep Roc, 2008)
- Sin To Sin (PFAM Records, 2013)
- Juarez (PFAM Records, 2014)
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