Brujeria Raza Odiada

Raza Odiada
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CD Details

  • Released: August 17, 1995
  • Label: Roadrunner Records

Entertainment Reviews:

NME (Magazine) - 10/28/95, p.56
8 (out of 10) - "...[a] nugget....Brujeria are a Chicano hardcore band who sing in Spanish. Short and brutal, the assault begins with a scathing attack on California governor Pete Wilson's Proposition 187--which stoped Mexican and South American immigrants in the state from receiving welfare, medical care and education..."


  • 1.Raza Odiada (Pito Wilson)
  • 2.Colas de Rata
  • 3.Hechando Chingasos (Grenudo Locos II)
  • 4.La Migra (Cruza la Frontera II)
  • 5.Revolucion
  • 6.Consejos Narcos
  • 7.Almas de Venta
  • 8.La Ley de Plomo
  • 9.Los Tengo Colgando (Chingo de Mecos II)
  • 10.Sesos Humanos (Sacrificio IV)
  • 11.Primer Meco
  • 12.El Patron
  • 13.Hermanos Menendez
  • 14.Padre Nuestro
  • 15.Ritmos Satanicos

Product Description:

For Raza Odiada, the follow-up to their well-received debut, Brujeria seemingly invested a bit more time into their efforts, recording a slightly more elaborately written and performed album. Still, it's still mighty exorbitant, once again pushing the whole narco-satantist motif to its logical grindcore extreme -- no doubt to the glee of many listeners, who should find much delight upon translating the floridly cryptic Spanish-language song titles. The musical offerings here should be likewise delightful for grindheads, who should find much to relish here as these songs are downright pummeling -- in a good way, of course. It all amounts to an above-the-fray grindcore album, given its Spanish eccentricities as well as its musical professionalism. Granted, Raza Odiada plays like a sequel and thus lacks the element of surprise that had made Brujeria's debut, Matando G?eros (1993), such a memorable first listen, but muy bien -- ­s¡, s¡! ~ Jason Birchmeier

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  • UPC: 016861892326
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