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Please try again later. Verified Purchase. I have to hand it to Brujeria, Marijuana is one of the funniest electronic songs I have ever heard. The other songs are very metal, but Marijuana is the reason why you buy this album I wonder why this song wasn't put on their greatest hits? Jello Biafra departed the group, Pinche Peach  was introduced as an additional vocalist and Raymond Herrera took on the drums; Pat Hoed , the band's former drummer became a second vocalist.
The band was criticized from its inception for its lyrics about drugs, sex and Satanism. These topics, while the subjects of many other death metal acts, were inspired by the actions of Adolfo Constanzo , Cuban-American born Mexican drug smuggler, practitioner of Palo Mayombe, and serial killer.
The severed head is of a drug dealer in a photo taken from a Mexican publication. In they released their second full-length Raza Odiada , with the usual themes but with significant changes in their music and for many critics and fans their best work to date. Raza Odiada featured the single "La Ley De Plomo", whose music video proved successful on music channels such as MTV , featuring late at night on heavy metal shows.
The group started to become increasingly popular, but nevertheless, decided to remain anonymous and declined all offers to organize concerts except on rare occasions , confounding supporters, who were eager to see them live.
Two years later came the EP Marijuana , featuring a cover - parody of the popular song " The Macarena " and four live songs from its first official concert. On this album the band released a couple of new tracks: "Marcha de Odio" which would later be included in their next album, Brujerizmo and "Don Quijote Marijuana", an issue that attracted attention for its techno-dance style, completely different from the band's heavy metal sound.
In , 5 years after the last LP, Brujerizmo was released, which incorporated Nicholas Barker as a second drummer, Jesse Pintado on the guitar and Gaby Dominguez, as "Pititis", who represents a female demon  as the female vocalist.
The next release was a compilation, called Mextremist! Greatest Hits , released in , which included classic tracks, alternate versions, remixes, a multimedia track with video, and some new themes, such as the collaboration with Mucho Muchacho on "Narco-Peda" and "Asesino" which featured Tony Campos of Static-X. The record, rather than being a compilation, was more like a disc of rarities and B-sides , since most of the songs were not the album versions, but the versions on the EPs and singles.
However, this seems to have been put on hold due to altercations between Cazares and Herrera related to the temporary breakup Fear Factory. Herrera departed Brujeria in , shortly before Fear Factory reformed without Cazares. The band then announced the launch of various side-projects for each of the band members, starting with Asesino who launched that same year, Corridos de Muerte with the band featuring Tony Campos and Emilio Marquez.
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