Hardcore punk band from Spain Habeas Corpus was formed in the early '90s, recording its first EP, called Sociedad Mecanizada, in 1995. A year later, the five-piece act participated in Concierto Para La Represi+¦n at Madrid's La Guindalera Social Center, playing along with Tarz+ín, Speereth, and Inadaptats. Mainly focused on controversial issues, Habeas Corpus' lyrics are related to people suffering any kind of social repression. In 1998, the group's "Expresi+¦n Directa" was featured in the movie soundtrack of [RoviLink="VW"]Barrio, directed by Fernando Le+¦n. That same year, Habeas Corpus' music took part in Radical Mestizo, a compilation released by Revelde Discos, getting along with Color Humano and los Fabulosos Cadillacs, among other Latin rock numbers. In January of 1999, N.N. came out, followed by a tour around Spain and A Las Cosas Por Su Nombre, produced by Eugenio Mu+¦oz in the year 2000. ~ Drago BonacichPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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