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The band formed in the early 1990s [4] by singer Martin Sorrondeguy and guitarist José Casas, who remained the group's consistent members through rotating rhythm sections. Their lyrics were almost always sung in Spanish ; the song "We're That Spic Band" (written in response to an audience member calling them a "spic band" [11] ) is the sole exception. [5] Los Crudos' lyrics were explicitly political, addressing issues such as class, police brutality, homophobia, and California ballot propositions directed against immigrants. [5] [8] At concerts, Sorrondeguy would often speak at length about the songs' meanings between songs, partly as a way of getting around the language barrier (audiences weren't always happy about this). Their music was loud, fast, and energetic with songs built around three chords or fewer. [5] "We're That Spic Band" and "Asesinos" (about "the disappearances of radical youth during military dictatorships in Latin America") have both been described as their most well-known songs. [13]


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