"In the song, Saldana lets us know that Mexicans are mad as hell and they are not going to take it anymore.  Like Dylan's “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll,” this is a protest song in the truest sense of the phrase . . . make no mistake, this song took balls to write; it's a personal visceral anthem and it burns musty hot with anger, burning on with some of the venom that elevated the Stones 'Paint It Black' to that level."

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    Known as the Tex-Mex Beatles, the Chicano garage rockers have garnered flattering comparisons to the Fab Four, Bob Dylan, the Who, Elvis Costello, Nick Lowe and Warren Zevon. The Krayolas have been profiled in Texas Monthly, The Washington Post, New York Times, The New Yorker, Paste, Pollstar, Rolling Stone, NPR’s “All Things Considered,” “Alt-Latino” and MTV, and are regulars on SIRIUS XM “Little Steven’s Underground Garage,” Dave Marsh’s “Kick Out the Jams,” KUTX and Ray Wylie Hubbard’s “Roots and Branches of Americana.”

    In 2014, the Krayolas were inducted into the Texas Music Office’s South Texas Music Walk of Fame.

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