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2015 Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame Inductees

100 Greatest Latin Rock Artists

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Criteria: - Here are the Greatest artists in the Spanish-speaking singing music scene. They are ranked based on their international popularity, impact, credibility and historical regional importance. (Note: It includes Rock music and all genres related in Latin scene.)

Edited By: Jose Luis Mercado
Last Updated: 06-23-2011

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  1. Soda Stereo (1982 - 1997, Argentina)
  2. Café Tacuba (1989 -, Mexico)
  3. Charly Garcia (born 1951 -, Argentina)
  4. Los Fabulosos Cadillacs (1984 -, Argentina)
  5. Caifanes (1987 - 1995, Mexico)
  6. Héroes del Silencio (1985 - 1996, Spain)
  7. Mano Negra (1986 - 1995, France)
  8. Andrés Calamaro (born 1961 -, Argentina)
  9. Luis Alberto Spinetta (born 1950 -, Argentina)
10. Molotov (1995 -, Mexico)
11. Fito Páez (born 1963 -, Argentina)
12. Gustavo Cerati (born 1959 -, Argentina)
13. Babasónicos (1991 -, Argentina)
14. Aterciopelados (1990 -, Colombia)
15. Los Prisioneros (1979 - 2006, Chile)
16. Three Souls in My Mind/El Tri (1968-1984, 1984 -, Mexico)
17. Los Rodriguez (1990 - 1996, Argentina - Spain)
18. Maldita Vecindad y los Hijos del Quinto Patio (1985 -, Mexico)
19. Sui Generis (1969 - 1975, Argentina)
20. Enanitos Verdes (1979 -, Argentina)
21. Los Jaivas (1963 -, Chile)
22. Los Tres (1988 -, Chile)
23. Enrique Bunbury (born 1967 -, Spain)
24. Maná (1986- , Mexico)
25. La Ley (1987 - 2005, Chile)
26. Bersuit Vergarabat (1987 -, Argentina)
27. Radio Futura (1979 - 1992, Spain)
28. Barón Rojo (1980 -, Spain)
29. Zoé (1994 -, Mexico)
30. Manu Chao (born 1961 -, France)
31. Mago de Oz (1989 -, Spain)
32. Hombres G (1982 -, Spain)
33. Rata Blanca (1985 -, Argentina)
34. Serú Girán (1978 - 1992, Argentina)
35. Los Auténticos Decadentes (1986 -, Argentina)
36. Miguel Ríos (born 1944 -, Spain)
37. Patricio Rey y sus Redonditos de Ricota (1976 - 2001, Argentina)
38. Los Pericos (1985 -, Argentina)
39. Sumo (1982 - 1988, Argentina)
40. El Último de la Fila (1984 - 1998, Spain)
41. Plastilina Mosh (1998 -, Mexico)
42. Fobia (1987 -, Mexico)
43. Zurdok (1993 -, Mexico)
44. Mecano (1980-1998, Spain)
45. Pescado Rabioso (1971 - 1973, Argentina)
46. Julieta Venegas (born 1970 -, Mexico)
47. Jaguares (1995 -, Mexico)
48. Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas (1990 -, Argentina)
49. Virus (1981 -, Argentina)
50. Los Planetas (1993 -, Spain)
51. Botellita de Jerez (1983 - 1997, Mexico)
52. Almendra (1969 - 1970, Argentina)
53. Attaque 77 (1987 -, Argentina)
54. Ely Guerra (1972 -, Mexico)
55. Divididos (1988 -, Argentina)
56. Angeles del Infierno (1978 -, Spain)
57. Ska-P (1994 -, Spain)
58. Robi Draco Rosa (born 1970 -, Puerto Rico)
59. La Polla Records (1979 - 2003, Spain)
60. Kinky (1998 -, Mexico)
61. Lucybell (1991 -, Chile)
62. Miguel Mateos (born 1953 -, Argentina)
63. Calle 13 (2005 -, Puerto Rico)
64. Los Amigos Invisibles (1991 -, Venezuela)
65. Nacha Pop (1978 - 1988, Spain)
66. Los Saicos (1964 -, Peru)
67. Rockdrigo Gonzalez (born 1950 - 1985, Mexico)
68. Jarabe de Palo (1995 -, Spain)
69. Los Bunkers (1999 -, Chile)
70. Catupecu Machu (1994 -, Argentina)
71. Santa Sabina (1989 -, Mexico)
72. Loquillo y Troglóditas (1980 - 2007, Spain)
73. Los Teen Tops (1959 - 1967, Mexico)
74. Alaska y Dinarama (1983 - 1989, Spain)
75. Moris (born 1942 -, Argentina)
76. Kortatu/Negu Gorriak (1984 - 1988, 1990 - 2001, Spain)
77. Duncan Dhu (1984 - 2001, Spain)
78. Los Gatos (1967 - 1970, Argentina)
79. Tequila (1975 - 1983, Spain)
80. Juanes (born 1972 -, Colombia)
81. Todos Tus Muertos (1985 -, Argentina)
82. Los Brincos (1964 - 2003, Spain)
83. Control Machete (1996 -, Mexico)
84. Pappo (born 1950 - 2005, Argentina)
85. Los Violadores (1980 -, Argentina)
86. El Otro Yo (1989 -, Argentina)
87. Invisible (1973 - 1976, Argentina)
88. El Gran Silencio (1993 -, Mexico)
89. La Barranca (1994 -, Mexico)
90. Dug Dug's (1966 -, Mexico)
91. Panteón Rococó (1995 -, Mexico)
92. Javiera Mena (born 1983 -, Chile)
93. La Cuca (1989 -, Mexico)
94. La Revolución de Emiliano Zapata (1969 - 1975, Mexico)
95. Leño (1977 - 1983, Spain)
96. Porter (2001 - 2008, Mexico)
97. Orishas (1999 - 2010, Cuba)
98. Puya (1990 -, Puerto Rico)
99. Los Abuelos de la Nada (1967 - 1988, Argentina)
100. Sentimiento Muerto (1981 - 1993, Venezuela)
Greatest Brazillian Rock Artists
Criteria: - Criteria: - Here are the Greatest artists in the Portuguese-speaking singing music scene. They are ranked based on their international popularity, impact, credibility and historical local importance. (Note: It includes Rock music and all genres related in Brazilian scene.) 
  1. Os Mutantes(1966 -, Sao Paolo)
  2. Sepultura (1984 -, Bel Horizonte)
  3. Secos & Molhados (1971 - 1999, Sao Paolo)
  4. Raul Seixas (born 1945 -, Salvador)
  5. Titãs (1981 -, Sao Paolo)
  6. Roberto Carlos (born 1941 -, Cachoeiro de Itapemirim)
  7. Os Paralamas Do Sucesso (1977 -, Rio de Janeiro)
  8. Ratos de Porão (1980 -, Sao Paolo)
  9. Legião Urbana (1982 - 1996, Brasilia)
10. Caetano Veloso (born 1942 -, Santo Amaro de Purificação)
11. Chico Science & Nação Zumbi (1991 -, Recife)
12. Novos Baianos (1969 -, Salvador)
13. Raimundos (1987 -, Brasilia)
14. Rita Lee (born 1947 -, Sao Paolo)
15. Gilberto Gil (born 1942 -, Salvador)
16. Ira! (1981 - 2007, Sao Paolo)
17. Barão Vermelho (1981 -, Rio de Janeiro)
18. Angra (1991 -, Sao Paolo)
19. Los Hermanos (1997 -, Rio de Janeiro)
20. Cazuza (born 1958 - 1990, Rio de Janeiro)
21. Zé Ramalho (born 1949 -, Brejo do Cruz)
22. Erasmo Carlos (born 1941 -, Rio de Janaeiro)
23. Ultraje a Rigor (1980 -, Sao Paolo)
24. Skank (1990 -, Belo Horizonte)
25. Lobão (born 1957 -, Rio de Janeiro)
26. Cansei de Ser Sexy (2003 -, Sao Paolo)
27. Engenheiros do Hawaii (1985 - 2008, Porto Alegre)
28. Pato Fu (1992 -, Belo Horizonte)
29. Mamonas Assassinas (1989 - 1996, Guarulhos)
30. O Terço (1968 -, Rio de Janeiro)
Greatest Latin-U.S. Rock Artists
Criteria: - In the recent history of American contemporary music, there were many artists who belonged to different movements of Latin music in the United States (Brown Eyed Soul, Chicano Rock, Latin Funk, Tex Mex, Latin Rap, Latin Alternative, etc). Here the Greatest artists in the Latin Contemporary Music Scene that developed their music in the United States based on their relevance and importance for the Hispanic community and the music history of rock.
  1. Santana (San Francisco, California 1967 -)
  2. Ritchie Valens (Pocoima, California born 1941 - 1959)
  3. Los Lobos (Los Angeles, California 1973)
  4. Cypress Hill (Los Angeles, California 1988 -)
  5. Fania All Stars (New York, New York 1967 -)
  6. Ozomatli (Los Angeles, California 1995 -)
  7. Malo (San Francisco, California 1970 -)
  8. Los Lonely Boys (San Angelo, Texas 1997 -)
  9. El Chicano (Los Angeles, California - 1970 -)
10. War (Long Beach, California - 1969 -)
11. Cannibal & the Headhunters (Los Angeles, California 1961 -)
12. Azteca (San Francisco, California 1972 -)
13. Freddie Fender (San Benito, Texas born 1941 -)
14. The Mars Volta (El Paso, Texas 2001 -)
15. Thee Midniters (Los Angeles, California 1964 - 1972)
16. Selena (Lake Jackson, Texas born 1971 - 1995)
17. Mandrill (Brooklyn, New York 1971 - 1995)
18. Question Mark And The Mysterians (Flint, Michigan 1962 -)
19. Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs (Dallas, Texas 1964 -)
20. Big Pun (Bronx, New York born 1971 - 2000)
21. Tierra (Los Angeles, California 1973 -)
22. Trini Lopez (Dallas, Texas born 1937 -)
23. Tower of Power (Oakland, California 1968-)
24. Latin Playboys (Los Angeles, California 1993 -)
25. The Plugz (Los Angeles, California 1978 -)
26. Los Super Seven (Texas, 1998 -)
27. Brujería (Los Angeles, California 1989)
28. Voodoo Glow Skulls (Riverside, California - 1988)
29. Cruzados (Los Angeles, California 1984 - 1988)
30. Yerba Buena (Bronx, New York 2001 -)


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