Taking its name from a psychiatric hospital in Mexico City, la Casta+¦eda emerged in the early '90s, debuting with an independent album called Servicios Generales before signing up to BMG's Culebra, issuing Servicios Generales II in 1993, internationally released by BMG/Ariola a year later. The band led by singer Salvador Moreno used to perform its deep and obscure songs in dark environments, creating the ideal atmosphere for its Latin alternative pop/rock style. After 1995's EL Globo Negro and 1996's El Hijo de Plata, la Casta+¦eda self-produced Trance distributed through Casta+¦eda Records-Pentagrama, carrying out a farewell tour called Desaparici+¦n (Disappearance) in late 2000. ~ Drago BonacichPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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