Re is the second studio album by Mexican band Café Tacuba, released in 1994. The album has been called "the equivalent of The Beatles White Album for the rock en español movement" by The New York Times. The name comes from the second syllable in Solfege, and from it being their second album. Re album established Café Tacuba's style of genre-switching, which hadn't been as prominent in their debut album, Café Tacuba, released two years earlier.
Listen to music from Café Tacvba like Eres, Como Te Extraño Mi Amor & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Café Tacvba. Café Tacvba (often spelled Café Tacuba ) is a band from the Lomas de Sotelo neighborhood in Mexico City, Mexico. Their musical style covers a wide variety of genres, though it is most commonly labeled as Rock en Español. Their music has been heavily influenced by Mexico's indigenous population and folk music traditions, most notable the Jarocho style of the state of Veracruz, but also by punk and electronic music and other bands in the Mexico City scene.
With 1992’s genre-spanning eponymous debut, Café Tacvba heralded a new folk-steeped, avant-garde sound that would later help build to the foundations for Latin alternative music. Ranging from buoyant baladas ( Las Batallas ) to frenetic cowpunk ( Pinche Juan ) to beautifully nostalgic boleros ( María ), the Mexico City quartet showed that their affinity for disparate stylistic configurations could be both masterful and beguiling. It’s where Mexican traditionalism and trailblazing Anglo rock mesh. Café Tacuba Café Tacvba.
All lyrics from Café Tacuba album, popular Café Tacvba songs with tracklist and information about album. Album Café Tacuba (1992). Labels WEA, Warner Music Mexico. Café Tacvba "Café Tacuba" (1992) album.
Café Tacuba (stylized Café Tacvba) is a band from Ciudad Satélite, Mexico. The group gained popularity in the early 1990s. They were founded in 1989, and since then have had the same musical lineup of Rubén Isaac Albarrán Ortega (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Emmanuel "Meme" del Real Díaz (keyboards, piano, programming, rhythm guitar, melodica, vocals), José Alfredo "Joselo" Rangel Arroyo (lead guitar, vocals), and Enrique "Quique" Rangel Arroyo: (bass guitar, electric upright bass, vocals). Café Tacvba was principally influenced by alternative rock bands of the 1980s such as The Cure, The Clash, The Smiths, and Violent Femmes.
Monthly Listeners: 3674172, Where People Listen: Mexico City, Guadalajara, Santiago, Puebla City, Monterrey. The Mexican quartet has remained one of the biggest acts on the Latin music scene since, inspiring two generations of rockers in their wake.
This album has an average beat per minute of 145 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 102/167 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Café Tacuba. BPM Profile Café Tacuba. Album starts at 167BPM, ends at 161BPM (-6), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Café Tacvba.
|B1||La Chica Banda||3:48|
|B5||Dabajo Del Mar||2:59|
|CDN-7190||Café Tacvba*||Café Tacuba (CD, Album)||WEA, Warner Music Mexico||CDN-7190||Mexico||1992|
|CASS. 91-150, LEV 610||Café Tacvba*||Café Tacuba (Cass, Album)||WEA, FEDISCOS ECUADOR||CASS. 91-150, LEV 610||Ecuador||1993|
|09||Café Tacvba*||Café Tacuba (LP, Promo)||WEA||09||Colombia||1993|
|772412 6||Café Tacvba*||Café Tacuba (CD, Album, RP)||Warner Music Mexico, WEA||772412 6||Mexico||Unknown|
|CXWM-7190||Café Tacvba*||Café Tacuba (Cass, Album)||WEA||CXWM-7190||Mexico||1992|