Energetic, melodic, and rage-filled anarchopunk from Portland with dual
male/female vocals sung in Spanish influenced by Latin American
revolutionary music. The name Adelitas comes from a popular Mexican folk
song and refers to the women who organized and took up arms during the
Mexican Revolution. In this spirit the lyrics have focused on struggles
around the border, immigration, and popular social movements that
threaten the status quo. Que viva el punk revolucionario! Recorded 2012
at Buzz or Howl Studios by Stan Wright and mastered at Audiosiege by
Brad Boatright in Portland, OR.
200 cassettes w/ red shells
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 28 August, 2012.