Following their 2002 album Dance and Dense Denso, which included the valiant "Frijolero" ("Beaner"), the four guys in Molotov, Mexico City's sarcastic answer to Rage Against The Machine, developed a new bomb between studio albums. Con Todo Respeto (With All Due Respect), a covers album reminiscent of Rage's own Renegades, is the best way to wait for the new stuff, which is scheduled for release sometime in 2005. Hilarious and unexpected takes on some worldwide hits spice up the disc. Some of its great reinventions include Falco's 1986 novelty "Rock Me Amadeus" and Los Toreros Muertos' "Mi Aguita Amarilla."
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