The Mexecutioner! The Best of Brujeria is the name of a best of compilation album by Brujeria released in 2003 by Roadrunner Records. The liner notes are written by Hank Williams III. "Pura de Venta" (Pure for Sale) – 0:41. Leyes Narcos" (Cops) – 1:08. Matando Gueros" (Killing White People) – 2:23. Castigo del Brujo" (Punishment of the Wizard) – 1:43. Sacrificio" (Sacrifice) – 1:16. Padre Nuestro" (Our Father) – 2:13. Raza Odiada/Hated Race (Pito Wilson)" – 3:30.
Brujeria Discography. The Best Metal Albums of 2003. 1. Dream Theater – Train of Thought. 2. Led Zeppelin – How the West Was Won. 3. Opeth – Damnation.
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Brujeria is a Mexican extreme metal band formed in Tijuana, Mexico in 1989. Their name comes from the Spanish word for "witchcraft". Their songs, which are sung in Spanish, are focused on Satanism, anti-Christianity, sex, immigration, narcotics smuggling, and politics. Portraying a Mexican image and with a heavy anti-American stance, the majority of the band's members are Mexican-born, with some being American, Swedish or British.
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BRUJERIA's legend has proliferated for nearly three decades. When the band first emerged from the sunbaked hellscape of Los Angeles in 1989, the city was on the brink of chaos. Daryl Gates ruled the LAPD with an iron fist, overseeing a legion of blue-suited stormtroopers who cracked brown and black skulls at every opportunity. Rodney King, the ’92 riots, and CA governor Pete Pito Wilson’s anti-immigrant Prop 187 were all on the bleak horizon. The truth, as always, lay somewhere in between. Fast forward to right about now: Pocho Aztlan is BRUJERIA’s first new album in 16 years. The title translates to Wasted Promised Land, a combination of Aztlán, the fabled ancestral home of the Aztecs, and the term pocho, which native Mexicans use to refer-not always kindly-to their counterparts born in the States. Brujo himself is pocho, a man caught between two worlds.