Hailing from Ciudad Satélite, Mexico, Café Tacvba found early success with the 1992 release of their eponymous debut album. Twenty-five years later, the group’s sound has ranged from bolero and funk to electronica, punk and hip hop, though they’re most known for their alternative rock style.
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