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Manic Hispanic

The Recline Of Mexican Civilization

(Members Of Grabbers, Adolescents, Cadillac Tramps)

BYO 75

Released on July 10, 2001

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Manic Hispanic is famous for their mock- ups of classic punk songs by way of changing the words to fit their own twisted brand of humor. This is another hilarious batch of classics that will leave you rolling for hours. Think Me First & The Gimme Gimmes meets Cheech & Chong covering only punk songs and you will have the perfect mental image of these mex-americana stereotyping wizards.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Alberto's  0%
2 Mexican Tar Voted #3  10%
3 Get Them Immigrated  10%
4 Uncle Chato's Garden  7%
5 Brown Man In O.C. Jail  3%
6 If The Vatos Are United  10%
7 Mommy's Little Cholo Voted #2  17%
8 Bored With You Esse  7%
9 Rudy Cholo Voted #1  23%
10 Lynch The Landlord  7%
11 Brown Girl  0%
12 Tijuana Must Fall  7%
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Robert from Camarillo, CA 
Sep 29 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i wrote about these guys on 2 other reviews.And all i can say is that these dudes have yet another badass mexicano cd,and their funny,being myself growing up in the 80's listening to the originals songs,and seeing these dudes reinterpet these songs and making them cholo,fuckin awesome man.Growing up listening to suicidal,excel,beowulf,and thinking it was cool those dudes where cholos. So if you wanna have a laugh and hear some punk songs from a latino perspective (or mexicano)these dudes are way cool,give'm a try.

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Paul from Ferny Grove, Qld, Australia 
Jun 20 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a pretty cool Manic Hispanic CD. If you know them then you will like this. I might as well just give a summery of the tracks for you dudes.

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Rob from Price, UT 
Dec 5 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I really liked this cd, except NO LYRIC SHEET what the hell, and you cant find them on the net either heh its really great stuff yeah like they said its like the gimmes but funny cuz you know all the old words and these ones sound very VERY similar so yeah it rocks

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