Great offbeat garage rock from 1960s Mexico.
Luis "Vivi" Hernandez was the vocalist for Los Crazy Boys and, fittingly, the album begins with "Napoleon XIV," where he plays the role of a frantic lunatic who thinks he's Napoleon and is being carried off to the asylum!
The album also features great Spanish-language covers of classics like "Tobacco Road" and The Strangeloves' "Night Time."
If you enjoy '60s garage rock, you'll like this record!
Other songs include "Huaraches con Tacn," "La Bruja," Baila La Pulga," "Estoy Loco," and "Flamenco."