Mexican rock band that rose to fame in the ’90s blends new wave and prog rock with brooding lyrics
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- General admission
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- Their Origins: Mexico City in the late ’80s
- Their Impact: their look and sound led to sold-out shows around the country and helped establish Rock En Español as a genre
- That Look: they took fashion cues from British new-wave bands such as The Cure
- That Sound: Imagine the prog-rock prowess of King Crimson mixed with the pop sensibilities of the Jesus and Mary Chain and Latin-style percussion—that’s what you can hear on hits such as “Nubes” and “No Dejes Que”
- Cai Fan: the 40s Mexican Pachuco slang that the band took its name from. It’s generally used to denote a delinquent or outsider.
- Caifanes Fan: someone with good musical taste
- Famous Caifanes Fans: Rolling Stones and Peter Gabriel—they opened for the former and played a festival with the latter
- Where Else You Can Hear Saúl Hernández: the lead singer formed Jaguares, and launched a solid solo career in the early 2000s
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