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GritaRadio - Las 200 Rolas del Rock Mexicano

Post by Blanco » Tue Sep 10, 2013 7:01 am

In 2010, we celebrated the 200th anniversary of Mexican independence. The celebrations included all kind of areas, including, of course, music.

From 6 to 24 of September of that year, GritaRadio published and transmitted a list that was produced by Hugo 'Hugokoatl'. Being produced by a person outside the radio station gave the advantage that the list could be transmitted to other radio stations, which are:
In addition to GritaRadio, (broken link, new one: http://gritaradio.com)
Com.Única Radio
Rock and Radio
Vive Más Radio
and Radio Alternativa
(all of these according to this site.)


"Two hundred years after the War of Independence began, two hundred years that are grouped into a named Bicentennial celebration. And if you celebrate it, celebrate Two hundred Mexican rock songs.
GritaRadio is painted green, white and red to introduce a selection of two hundred National Rock songs. Your patriotic vein that does not jump to other things, will jump when the adrenaline invade your blood.
Every day from September 6, and until September 24, at nine in the evening, you will know the songs that make this list, which are part of what we call Mexican rock."
Source

Sources:
http://gritaradio.com/220-canciones-de-rock-mexicano/
http://gritaradio.com/200-canciones-de-rock-mexicano-2/
http://gritaradio.com/200-rolas-del-rock-mexicano-03/
http://gritaradio.com/200-canciones-del ... xicano-04/
http://gritaradio.com/200-canciones-de- ... xicano-05/
http://gritaradio.com/200-canciones-de- ... xicano-06/
http://gritaradio.com/200-canciones-de- ... xicano-07/
http://gritaradio.com/200-canciones-de- ... xicano-08/
http://gritaradio.com/200-canciones-de- ... xicano-09/
http://gritaradio.com/200-canciones-rock-mexicano-10/
http://led00.wordpress.com/2010/10/26/1 ... rogresivo/
http://gritaradio.com/200-canciones-de- ... xicano-12/
http://gritaradio.com/200-canciones-de- ... xicano-13/
http://gritaradio.com/200-canciones-de- ... xicano-14/
http://gritaradio.com/200-canciones-de- ... xicano-15/


In no particular order:

Gloria Ríos - El Relojito
Los Rebeldes del Rock - Hiedra Venenosa
Los Teen Tops - La Plaga
Los Hooligans - Despeinada
Los Locos del Ritmo - La Cucaracha
Lalo y Sus Frenéticos - Elvis Pérez
Eulalio Gutiérrez 'Piporro' - Los ojos de Pancha
Los Xochimilcas - El muchacho boogie woogie
Los Xochimilcas - Chilorius
Germán Valdés 'Tin Tan' - Quiero rascarme aquí
Brujería - Matando güeros
Transmetal - México bárbaro
Miktlán Corps - Testamento ancestral
Bastön - El país de las maravillas
Kartel Aztlán - Ke tranza
Cártel de Santa - México lindo y bandido
Boca Floja - Quilombo mocambo
Sekta Core! - Ruperta
Colectivo Caótico - El poder y la ignorancia
Vomito Nuclear - Todos somos punks
Polo Pepo y la Sociedad Corrupta - San Felipe es punk
Rodrigo y Gabriela - Ixtapa
Fratta - Zafiro
Armando Palomas - Una cuarta más abajo del ombligo
Gerardo Enciso - Amo a mi país
Rafael Catana - Sólo la lluvia
Grupo On'ta - Soy invierno
Armando Rosas y La Camerata Rupestre - Antítesis del amor
Rockdrigo González - Huapanguero
Banda Bostik - Dios salve a las bandas
Trolebús - Barata y descontón
Tex Tex - Pancho Panchito
Banda Bostik - Viajero
Control Machete - Humanos mexicanos (Mexican curious)
Cártel de Santa - Burreros
Brujería - La migra (cruza la frontera II)
Rebel'd Punk - Museo del Chopo
Los Lagartos - Metro busco amor
Liran Roll - DF
El Personal - La tapatía
María Barracuda - Ciudad Juárez
El Gran Silencio - Mitote
Molotov - El carnal de las estrellas
Three Souls in My Mind - Nuestros impuestos
La Tribu - Preso Político
Tijuana No - Transgresores de la ley
Leprosy - Llora Chiapas
Masacre 68 - Masacre 68
Panteón Rococó - Nada Pasó
Arturo Meza - Poeta de ningún lugar
Jaime López - Chilanga banda
Cecilia Toussaint - La primera calle de la soledad
El Mastuerzo - Prohibido
Santa Sabina - Olvido
Monocordio (Fernando Rivera Calderón) - A mí me mató la vida
Monocordio - Amar es combatir
Jaramar - Fantasía
La Castañeda - La güera
Los Lagartos - Quinceañera
Genitallica - Borracho
La Patita de Perro - Corazón de Coca
Yucatán a Go Go - La playa
Trolebús - Balada chilanga
Don Cheto - El tatuado
Naftalina - Los cafés
Naftalina - Avándaro
El Personal - Dale de comer al conejito
El Palomazo Informativo - Bolero de Hacienda
Armando Palomas - Que se muera el rock
La Revolución de Emiliano Zapata - At the foot of the mountain
Mr. Loco - Lucky man
Kaleidoscope - I'm crazy
39.4 - Behind the mask
Bandido - Libertad ahora
El Ritual - Groupie
La División del Norte - Baby don't let me
La División del Norte - It's a new day
Tinta Blanca - Everything is gonna change
Nuevo México - Dreams
Tequila - Give me information
Tequila - I'm gonna move
Los Locos - Viva Zapata
Telefunka - Bésame mucho
Telefunka - Zenit
Juan García Esquivel - Whatchamacallit
Plastilina Mosh - Tiki fiesta
Sussie 4 - Conciencia latina
NSM PSM - El sabor del Control
Sonidero Nacional - Grande de caderas
IMS - Yo digo baila
IMS - Escríbeme pronto
Kinky - Uruapan breaks
Nortec Collective - Tengo la voz
Bon y los Enemigos del Silencio - Cuando vayas al Caribe
Ritmo Peligroso - Marielito
¡Qué Payasos! - El camarón
Yucatán a Go Go, Armando Vega Gil y Rubén Albarrán - Los mayas
Lost Acapulco - Surf mongol
Los Esquizitos - Amor y agua salada
La Matatena - Cenizas en el mar
La Tremenda Korte - Tres patínes
Los de Abajo y Chava - Labios rojos
Salón Victoria - Si tu boquita fuera
Plastiko - Ambar
Los Estrambóticos - El gran infierno
Inspector - Amargo adiós (versión mariachi)
La Tribu - Póngale
Panteón Rococó - La Carencia
Tijuana No, Maldita Vecindad y Manu Chao - Fiesta de barrio
Antidoping - La mentira
Los Yerberos - Un poquito de fe
Los Rastrillos - Afrochilango
Los Rastrillos - Pendejo
Carlos Santana - Soul sacrifice
Javier Bátiz - El vuelo del ángel
Three Souls in My Mind - El blues de la llanta
Follaje - Ruta 100
Nina Galindo - Mírame desaparecer
Betsy Pecanins - La bruja
Guillermo Briseño - Danzón dedicado
Real de Catorce - Tu alma no pesa
Santa Sabina - Labios mojados
Alonso Arreola - Va el diablo
Los Amparito - Por medio de la lectura
Jaramar - La tortuga
Muna Zul - Mata que crece y desvanece
Eblen Macari - Tiento de los jaraneros
Cabezas de Cera - Cazador de ballenas
Puente de Alvarado - Rosa mexicano
The High Fidelity Orchestra - Life's a candle
Aleación - Tarahumara
Aleación - Templo mayor
Iconoclasta - Revolución en 6/8
Nuevo México - El talón de Aquiles
Chac Mool - Aymara
Chac Mool - Sombras de la noche
Jorge Reyes - Danza de los peyoteros
Jorge Reyes y Antonio Zepeda - A la izquierda del colibrí
Luis Pérez - Suite al culto solar
El Haragán y Compañía con Kenny - Se mujer
Salón Victoria - Sol de medianoche
La Maldita Vecindad y Los Hijos del Quinto Patio - Ojos Negros
Los Yaki - Teresa
Los Locos del Ritmo - Tus ojos
Ely Guerra - Júrame
Joselo - Cuéntame
La Verbena Popular - Hiéreme
Celso Piña y Rubén Albarrán - Aunque no sea conmigo
Liran Roll - Quisiera
Lvsbel - De un solo golpe
Love Army - También tu tiempo llegará
La Máquina del Sonido - No me toques
Dug Dugs - Smog
Náhuatl - El hongo
Toncho Pilatos - Kukulcán
La Lupita Kukulcan -
La Castañeda - Tloque-nahuaque
Kerigma - Tenochtitlán
Los Tepetatles - Teotihuacán a go go
Tex Tex - Guitarra mexicana
El Tri - La raza más chida
Maná y Carlos Santana - Justicia, tierra y libertad
Jaguares - Como tú
La Barranca - Animal en extinción
San Pascualito Rey - Hoy no es mi día
Botellita de Jerez - Forjando patria
Julieta Venegas - De mis pasos
La Verbena Popular - Báilamela
La Catrina - El fin del mundo
Los Amparito - 4500 millones de años de soledad
Elefante - Así es la vida
San Pascualito Rey - Cerquita de Dios
Kenny y los Eléctricos - Dicen por ay
Kenny y los Eléctricos - Sé que te voy a extrañar
El Gran Silencio - Huapanator
Control Machete y Rubén Albarrán - Danzón
Jaguares - Detrás de los cerros
Caifanes - Vamos a hacer un silencio
Café Tacvba - María
El Tri y Carlos Santana - Virgen Morena
Carlos Santana - Jingo
Peace and Love - Latin feeling
Love Army - Caminata cerebral
Los Tepetatles - Tlalocman
Botellita de Jerez - El charro canrol
Ritmo Peligroso - Déjala tranquila
Café Tacvba - Las Flores (MTV Unplugged)
Kinky - Soun tha mi primer amor
Nortec Collective presents: Bostich + Fussible - Norteña del sur
Molotov - Frijolero
La Cuca - El son del dolor
La Barranca - Quémate lento
Real de Catorce - El quinqué
Jaime López - El mequetrefe
El Haragán y Compañía - Aburrida la vida
Caifanes - La célula que explota
La Maldita Vecindad y Los Hijos del Quinto Patio - Kumbala
Arturo Meza - La rebeldía de la luz
Cuicatontli - Ichpocatzintli (muchachita)
Rockdrigo González - Tiempo de híbridos

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Re: GritaRadio - Las 200 Rolas del Rock Mexicano

Post by Henrik » Wed Sep 11, 2013 3:42 am

Blanco wrote:a list that was produced by Hugo 'Hugokoatl'. Being produced by a person outside the radio station gave the advantage that the list could be transmitted to other radio stations
Does this mean it's a single person's list?
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Re: GritaRadio - Las 200 Rolas del Rock Mexicano

Post by Blanco » Sat Sep 14, 2013 7:34 pm

Henrik wrote:
Blanco wrote:a list that was produced by Hugo 'Hugokoatl'. Being produced by a person outside the radio station gave the advantage that the list could be transmitted to other radio stations
Does this mean it's a single person's list?
The short answer would be yes.
The long answer is:
Although the list was compiled by one critic, his work was mainly compiling, rather than choosing the songs (though he did write an article for each song). He based his information on other sources such as the book "Guaraches de ante azul" (blue suede guaraches) by Federico Arana, and the book "Ahí la llevamos cantinfleando" by Merced Belén Cruz. In addition to publications such as "Rock and Blog" by the newspaper El Universal (The largest newspaper in the country), and radio stations as Interferencia 7diez, Reactor, Ibero, and Órbita 105.7fm.

The critic who compiled the list is called Hugo Galván. After studying Communication Sciences at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences at UNAM, he worked in the newspaper El Universal. (The same I quoted earlier). He was part of the entertainment section, where he interviewed musicians and singers mainly. He has also been radio announcer and writer for GritaRadio. He also writes reviews for albums each week for online and print publications. He has also published a few things, like this book about Mexican rock and their popularity on the radio, plus he currently writes a documentary about Avándaro Festival (The equivalent of Woodstock in Mexico), and its subsequent influence on contemporary music festivals.

And well, the list was published in different radio stations (Those I mentioned earlier, in the first post). Though I suppose that unlike those lists created by other media which only mention that were created by critics but did not mention who, on this occasion they did say who compiled the list. Although from my point of view, they do not give a lot of credit either. Hugo is barely mentioned as the producer of the list.

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Re: GritaRadio - Las 200 Rolas del Rock Mexicano

Post by Henrik » Wed Oct 16, 2013 8:52 pm

Blanco wrote: Although the list was compiled by one critic, his work was mainly compiling, rather than choosing the songs (though he did write an article for each song). He based his information on other sources such as the book "Guaraches de ante azul" (blue suede guaraches) by Federico Arana, and the book "Ahí la llevamos cantinfleando" by Merced Belén Cruz. In addition to publications such as "Rock and Blog" by the newspaper El Universal (The largest newspaper in the country), and radio stations as Interferencia 7diez, Reactor, Ibero, and Órbita 105.7fm.
Is it possible to find information how these songs were selected? Were they the most mentioned in these books etc.?
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