Miami FL–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–June 4, 2003–Controversial Mexican rock band, Molotov, will be featured in an exclusive interview during “Toma 1,” mun2 television’s monthly series. The special will air Saturday, June 28 at 7:30pm et/pt.
Their music resonates with the sounds of punk, metal, ballad, and Mexican Norteño, and their lyrics juggle comedy and socio-political criticism. Molotov, has been censored in Mexico for their outspoken views on politicians, television hosts, media and other groups, and most recently caused a great stir for the images featured on their “frijolero” (beaner) video, which focused on the U.S.-Mexico border problems, and clearly defined the group’s anti-war position.
The “Toma 1” crew traveled to Los Angeles for an exclusive interview of the group, and to be present at the launch of their new production “Dance and Dense Denso” which includes the track “frijolero.” The special will present Molotov, uncensored, as group members Tito, Paco, Randy and Micky, speak out about their musical beginnings including the launch of their first album titled “Donde Jugarán las Niñas?” which shot them to fame with controversial songs like “Gimme the Power” , “Voto Latino;” and “Apocalypshit,” their second production, which although not as successful as their first, still accomplished a strong fan base.
As composers of all their songs, Molotov will also speak about their tributes to other artists, like Jose José, Los Tigres del Norte and Queen, and their strong opposition to others. They’ll talk about having their original productions featured on films such as “Y Tu Mamá También,” and the road that led them to become one of the most renowned Spanish Rock bands to date.
“Toma 1”, is a series of specials where the camera never turns off. It’s a show that brings viewers their favorite artist, actor, comedian, or composer in an informal interview where anything goes. “Toma 1” is a monthly special that airs the last Saturday of every month on mun2 televisión, the best bilingual alternative for young U.S. Latinos. As part of NBC Cable Networks, mun2 offers a fresh, new and authentic programming line-up reaching more than 5.8 million households. Launched in 2001, mun2 is a division of Telemundo, which is wholly-owned and operated by NBC.
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