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Molotov is a two-time Latin Grammy Award-winning Mexican rock and hip hop band formed in Mexico City on September 23, 1995. Their lyrics feature a mixture of Spanish and English, rapped and sung by all members of the group. Musically, Molotov blends heavy basslines with heavy guitar riffs. Many songs, such as "Gimme Tha Power" and "Frijolero", are politically inspired, addressing issues such as disenfranchisement within Mexico and immigration in the United States. The band's lyrics are risque, playful, and frequently aggressive.
Everything began in the middle of 1995 when two friends, Tito Fuentes (guitar) and Micky "Fled" Huidobro (bass), got together and started playing. On the 21st of September of the same year, Javier de la Cueva "J" and "La Quesadillera" joined them becoming the first line up for the band (although La Quesadillera later left and was replaced by Randy Ebright, the only American-born member of the band). Around February of 1996 Javier left the group and Paco Ayala took his place. Throughout 1996, the band played in many underground locations in Mexico City and began to have a small group of fans. Their success finally came when they opened for Hroes del Silencio in Monterrey and later for La Lupita in Puebla. During a concert in which they opened for Illya Kuryaki and The Valderramas, talent hunters from Universal offered them to record an album. It was a difficult period, and the band had to sell cassettes during the concerts while they prepared their album.

In July of 1997 they released their debut album "Dnde Jugarn las nias?", which took it's name partly from Man's album "Dnde Jugarn los nios?" generating a great amount of controversy with stores refusing to sell it because of its lyrics and cover. Molotov went out to the street to sell their discs, as a form of protest over the censorship. The lyrics include a mixture of politics, sex and curse words, a fact that almost literally got them banned from Mexico, and caused them to move to Spain for some time.
Molotov received a recognition without precedent for a hip-hop group in Spanish. Urban publications such as Vibe, said about them: "Molotov's music) is incendiary by nature with darts poisoned aimed directly to the heart of the oppressive paternalism of the government. They've become the Latin response to our Rage Against the Machine".
Molotov released "Molomix", an album with remixes of "Donde Jugarn...?" including a version of the classic Queen song Bohemian Rhapsody titled: "Rap, Soda and Bohemias", and a new song : "El Carnal de las estrellas", this last song as a response to Televisa's refusal to air the band's videos.
In September, 1999 Apocalypshit was released to the market and the band toured Europe, including Russia. In 2001, after a couple of years of touring, they took a rest from it by contributing to the soundtrack of the films Y tu mama tambien and Atletico San Pancho as well as by participating in tribute albums for Jose Jose and Los Tigres del Norte.
In 2003 the bands new album ``Dance and Dense Denso was released with the Grammy-winning single, Frijolero, which became the band's biggest hit to date.
In 2004 the band released Con Todo Respeto , which consisted of covers of groups such as The Misfits, The Beastie Boys, ZZ Top, and Los Toreros Muertos.
On January 18th, 2007 Molotov's official website addressed a separation rumor saying that it could neither be confirmed or denied, but that more information would be coming soon. A few weeks later, the band confirmed on their website they would indeed be touring and posted dates starting April 3 in Ventura, California and ending April 15 in Dallas, Texas. Although they have yet to update on the word of a breakup, many radio stations are announcing the tour as Molotov's last.

Members:
-Tito Fuentes.
-Paco Ayala.
-Randy Ebright.
-Micky Huidobro.
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