Cafe Tacvba's 1994 album Re changed Latin music as we know it. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Alt.Latino

Cafe Tacvba's Groundbreaking Influence, Then And Now

Alt.Latino celebrates a Latin rock legacy, plays new music and discusses the film The Book Of Life.

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Ruben Albarran is the frontman for Cafe Tacvba. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Cafe Tacvba members Ruben Albarran, Enrique "Quique" Rangel Arroyo, Jose Alfredo Rangel Arroyo and Emmanuel "Meme" del Real Diaz. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Cafe Tacvba main singer Ruben Albarran. ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ruben Albarran of Cafe Tacuba Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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More than 200,000 people gathered in Mexico City's Foro Sol to listen to bands from across Latin America. Jasmine Garsd hide caption

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