Latin rock

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Latin rock is a term to describe a subgenre blending traditional sounds and elements of Latin American and Hispanic Caribbean folk with rock music.[1][2][3][4][5] However, it is widely used in the English-language media to refer any kind of rock music featuring Spanish or Portuguese vocals. This has led to controversy about the scope of the terminology.

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Latin rock should not be confused with "rock music from Latin America"[6][7][8][9] or rock en español.[10][11][12] It's also closely related to the Latin alternative scene (which combines Latin elements with alternative rock, pop, electronic music, indie or hip hop among others)[13][14][15][16][17] a term often used to refer the same phenomenon.[18]

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