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Molotov is a very famous Mexican Rock band formed on the 23rd of September, 1995. Their lyrics feature a typical mixture of Spanish and English, which are rapped and sung by every member of the group. Musically and technically speaking, Molotov blends heavy baselines turntable scratches and, flamenco guitar riffs. Many of their songs, such as "Gimme Tha Power" and "Frijolero", are easily seen as politically inspired. Socially addressing issues like disenfranchisement in the Mexico and rapid immigration in the United States, they are a very well known band in America. They are sometimes compared to the great American band "Rage against the Machine".

Molotov's debut album "Donde Jugaran Las Ninas" managed to be a massive success both in English and Spanish speaking countries. However, due to their lyrics, which consist mainly of a mix of politics, Spanish profanity and sex, the album was banned in the home country of Mexico and also attracted a lawsuit from Spain. Superficially, their first album's title "Donde Jugaran Las Niñas", which translates literally into "Where Will the Little Girls play?" simply parodies the album "Dónde Jugarán Los Niños" which means "Where Will the Boys (Children) Play?" which is an album of the Mexican rock band Mana.
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Nov 16 Thu 8:00 PM Molotov House Of Blues - Chicago
Chicago, IL
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Nov 17 Fri 8:00 PM Molotov Skyway Theater
Minneapolis, MN
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Nov 18 Sat 8:00 PM Molotov Granada - Lawrence
Lawrence, KS
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Nov 19 Sun 8:00 PM Molotov Gothic Theatre
Englewood, CO
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Nov 21 Tue 8:00 PM Molotov The Depot - Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City, UT
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Nov 22 Wed 8:30 PM Molotov House Of Blues - Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV
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Nov 24 Fri 6:00 PM La Tocada Fest: Molotov, El Tri, Mago de Oz & Panteon Rococo San Jose State University Event Center
San Jose, CA
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Nov 26 Sun 8:00 PM Molotov Marquee Theatre - AZ
Tempe, AZ
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Nov 28 Tue 8:00 PM Molotov Rialto Theatre - Tucson
Tucson, AZ
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Nov 30 Thu 8:00 PM Molotov Vibes Event Center
San Antonio, TX
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Dec 1 Fri 8:00 PM Molotov The Bomb Factory
Dallas, TX
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Dec 3 Sun 7:30 PM Molotov Scout Bar - Houston
Houston, TX
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Dec 5 Tue 8:30 PM Molotov Center Stage Theatre
Atlanta, GA
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Dec 6 Wed 8:00 PM Molotov The Fillmore - Charlotte
Charlotte, NC
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Dec 8 Fri 7:30 PM Molotov B.B. King Blues Club & Grill - New York
New York, NY
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The band subsequently also faced a further obstacle when one of their songs was wrongly interpreted as a slur against homosexuals. Puto the name of the song which literally means man-whore in Mexican actually means a gay male, quite similar to the American slang "faggot". Actually this song was supposed to be concerning those who will not stand for themselves. Conversely, this information was not circulated until later and created a controversy. As a consequence Molotov's very first tour in Germany was met by large and angry crowds of gays and lesbians.

Despite all these initial problems, the band managed to pull itself well together leaving its major controversies behind and forgotten. Since then it has produced some very popular albums with their most recent release being "Con Todo Respeto" which means "With all due respect" in English. In the late 2004 Molotov's music managed to have a large following in their home country Mexico, where it is played very frequently on almost all the Mexican radio stations. It is also played in the prominent films like Amores Perros which stands for- Love is a Bitch. It is also moderately popular in the America and also to some extent in the European countries.

The current Members of the group are Tito Fuentes, Mickey Huidobro, Paco Ayala, and Randy Ebright. So don't try to miss this for anything. Bookings open now. Book your tickets before its too late. Online booking also available. Hurry up.
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