Never sold in stores, Chingon’s Mexican Spaghetti Western is a blistering, balls-out fusion of mariachi, Morricone and 50s Tex-Mex rock that should be stylistically pleasing to followers of director Robert Rodriguez’s music-intensive films (From Dusk Till Dawn, Desperado, Once Upon A Time In Mexico). Comprised of Spanish rockers Del Castillo and The HeeBeeJeeBee’s, the band takes on a hyper, spaghetti-western rock approach when Rodriguez assumes lead guitar duties. Viewers of the Kill Bill 2 DVD may have seen their performance of “Malagueña Salerosa” in the extras section, or heard the song in the closing credits. Atmospheric, cinematic and ethnically intoxicating, Mexican Spaghetti Western is electric mariachi music for people whose only excuse for not liking it, is not knowing it even existed. Highly recommended. Amazon.
Se Me Paró
Malagueña Salerosa (La Malagueña)
Fideo Del Oeste (Mexican Spaghetti Western)
Alacrán Y Pistolero
El Rey De Los Chingones
Mexican Sausage Link
Siente Mi Amor (Vocals: Salma Hayek)
“Cherry’s Dance of Death” from Rodriquez’s Planet Terror soundtrack.