This is a song that was released in 2009 when the whole band was involved in political issues and was inspired by the author for a song they released. George Orwell.
In particular, we mention the song called “La Granza”, which ended up being censored because of its lyrics and implicitly what it wants to say.
“La Granza”, song of controversy
Although the material in question has been censored, the full video clip continues on the YouTube site, and if viewed in its entirety, one can identify some hints and criticisms of political officials for all the instability that prevailed in the country. Drug trafficking.
Why was “La Granza” censored?
The theme of the song, although it may not seem like it at first, is centered on a harsh critique of drug trafficking. MexicoWhich has caused great damage in the country, so indirect comments have been added towards the local authorities responsible for fighting against him.
The first thing to do is to understand the notes in the song and then the lyrics. For example, the “dog” is a drug trafficker, grandfather PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party), while the fox The PAN (National Action Party) led by Vicente Fox.
He fully refers to all the politicians in the song ‘Pigs who get rich’ while the workers are the ones who suffer the most from street violence and death.
“If the dog is tied up and barked all day, it should not be let go. My grandfather told me that those who do not know her may regret it. You can hear in the lyrics of the song that PRI was responsible for the birth of drug trafficking in Mexico.
“We learned about it from the fox who came to break the utensils and the dog’s rope. He bit her for a long time, and I think he’s going to make a big mess.He says elsewhere, mentioning in the PAN that he had freed the drug traffickers.
If you listen to the full song and watch the video clip, you can feel the suspicious plane crashing and the Mexicans migrating. To usFor example.
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