Re is the second studio album by Mexican band Café Tacuba, released in 1994. The album has been called "the equivalent of The Beatles White Album for the rock en español movement" by The New York Times. The name comes from the second syllable in Solfege, and from it being their second album. Re album established Café Tacuba's style of genre-switching, which hadn't been as prominent in their debut album, Café Tacuba, released two years earlier.
Café Tacuba (stylized Café Tacvba) is a band from Ciudad Satélite, Mexico. The group gained popularity in the early 1990s.
Re album established Café Tacuba's style of genre-switching, which hadn't been as prominent in their debut album, Café Tacuba, released two years earlier. One notable aspect of the album is that it contains several musical genres, notably norteño, huapango, Banda, and Bolero music Personnel.
One notable aspect of the album is that it contains several musical genres, notably norteño, huapango, Banda, and Bolero music . Café Tacuba is a band from Ciudad Satélite, Mexico. They were founded in 1989, before they had the current lineup of Rubén Isaac Albarrán Ortega, Emmanuel del Real Díaz (keyboards, pian. afé Tacvba performing on October 12, 2008 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Rubén Isaac Albarrán.
Café Tacuba, ‘Re’ (1994). Every album that the Mexican quartet released after this one is just as good, but Re was the one that redefined the rules of the game. It was OK to spoof Mexico’s norteño roots, provided the nod was as affectionate and inspired as their hit La Ingrata. It was valid to embrace the foreign influence of rock & roll and punk, as long as it was blended with authentic Latin sounds. A feeling of reckless enthusiasm permeates Re‘s 20 tracks – the wide-eyed grin of a young band discovering the grand achievements it was capable of. Listen to Re: View Complete List.
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Re is the classic Cafe Tacuba album. Fantastic songs, nice variety. Kinda follows the Pogues in taking traditional indigenous music and turning it on its head. 2 people found this helpful. Cafe Tacuba defies categorization; every song is different. The depth of this band's creativity and skill comes through on every track. By the way, if you don't speak Spanish, don't pass this up because of that.
|8||Trópico de Cancer|
|10||El Fin de la Infancia|
|15||El Tlatoani del Barrio|
|18||El Baile y El Salon|
|19||El Puñal y El Corazon|
|967842 6||Café Tacvba*||Re (CD, Album)||WEA||967842 6||Mexico||1994|
|CPXM 967844||Café Tacvba*||Re (Cass, Album)||WEA||CPXM 967844||Mexico||1994|
|CDIX-967842||Café Tacvba*||Re (CD, Album, Ltd, Dig)||WEA||CDIX-967842||Mexico||1994|
|90.119-2-D||Café Tacvba*||Re (CD, Album)||WEA, Sonografica||90.119-2-D||Venezuela||1996|
|096784, 096784||Cafe Tacuba||Re (LP, Album, Gat)||WEA, WEA||096784, 096784||Colombia||1995|