CHINGON Mexican Spaghetti Western (2004) – Featuring Grindhouse Director Robert Rodriguez

Mexican Spaghetti Western (2004)
Electrified Mariachi Music

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. Get it at Amazon, HERE.

Se Me Paró
Malagueña Salerosa (La Malagueña)

Fideo Del Oeste (Mexican Spaghetti Western)
Alacrán Y Pistolero

El Rey De Los Chingones

Bajo Sexto

Cielito Lindo

Mexican Sausage Link

Siente Mi Amor (Vocals: Salma Hayek)

Cuka Rocka

Bonus Chingon:
Cherry’s Dance of Death” from
Rodriquez’s Planet Terror soundtrack.


  • Capt. Willard
    November 17, 2009 - 14:13 | Permalink

    Find it all HERE

  • yotte
    November 18, 2009 - 20:59 | Permalink

    Nice! I had spaghetti with 'Louisiana' sausage for supper last night. I wonder how different this'll taste. THANKS!

  • Paolo
    November 18, 2009 - 21:25 | Permalink

    Thanks for sharing all the great music Willard.
    I love it when you find out an artist can do more than one medium. Adds a new depth and insight into their main work.
    I also like that you stream some of the songs so you can "try before you bu…"!

  • Capt. Willard
    November 22, 2009 - 21:24 | Permalink

    Thanks for the kind words, Paulo. When I first started hitting blogs years ago that was my main beef… not being able to tell the quality of a certain bootleg or, in cases where bloggers didn't describe the music, wondering if something was worthwhile. Some of this stuff you don't need players for. But, a band like Chingon – which you've either heard… or not – it helps if folks can get a taste of how cool it is. Thanks for commenting.

  • GastroBoy
    December 3, 2009 - 16:17 | Permalink

    Nice work, this blog of yours. Keep it up Will.
    Regards from Argentina.

  • Capt. Willard
    December 3, 2009 - 20:33 | Permalink

    Thanks for commenting.

  • Anonymous
    November 24, 2011 - 21:23 | Permalink

    Thanks, Chicon’s Cherry’s Dance of Death followed by Carl Stalling’s Barbary Coast Bunny makes for an interesting segue on the ipod. Thanks for both. :-)


  • notBob
    November 29, 2011 - 11:45 | Permalink

    Muy gracias! I love this thing. It’s gonna be passed around at a few parties this year!

  • Iggy
    October 31, 2012 - 15:59 | Permalink

    Fantastic! I love this stuff. Nice halloween wakeup.


  • Hank
    October 22, 2013 - 15:51 | Permalink

    Gracias El Capitan!

  • May 21, 2015 - 09:06 | Permalink

    Willard, may I ask that you provide another link other than Mega…for whatever reason that service never works for me.

    • Willard
      May 21, 2015 - 09:14 | Permalink

      Then you’re missing out on tons of cool music. Because MEGA only works with certain browsers (Chrome, Opera, Firefox and a few others). With just a little legwork (and Google’s help… and there’s plenty of it) you should be able to get to the bottom of it. When you see a post here that ONLY has a MEGA link, it means the other options have already died from neglect. That’s why I always use MEGA… they download twice as fast as other links, have less BS to deal with, and live like roaches after everything else has died. Do yourself a favor and look into it, because it will be worth the time investment. Everyone should have back-up browsers and extractors anyway.

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