After Avándaro: the black hole of mexican rock 
 The lost groups (continues)  


Luz y Fuerza


Macho
  

 
La Máquina del sonido


Medusa


Los Monjes


 Mr. Loco


Mulato Band

Nuevo México


Náhuatl


Nahuatl II


Los Ovnis

 
Pájaro Alberto

 Peace and Love  


Los Papos


Pipa de la Paz


Poly y Cía 


Pop Music Team

  
Queso Sagrado

 
Quinta Visión


La Revolución de Emiliano Zapata


El Ritual   


Ernan Roch

 
Rosario 


Soul Masters

 
Los Spiders


Stone Facade (Fachada de Piedra) 


Sucursal de la Matriz 


Symbolo 


Tarro de Mostaza




Tepetatles con Alfonso Arau 

 
Tequila con Maricela 



Tijuana Five

 
Tinta Blanca


Toncho Pilatos 




La Tribu 


Norma Valdez

  
La Verdad Desnuda 

 
La Vida

 
Yesternight
 

 
Zig Zag
 

 
Oscar Sarquiz
How many do you remember? What songs does you know by these groups?
In a book recently published by Antonio Malacara Palacios, called Subjective and Segregated Catalog of Mexican Rock (so called because initially it was planned to be a complete encyclopedia of Mexican rock, but because of the low budget, he had to be selective), a group of critical experts of rock like José Agustín, Benjamin Anaya, Laura Arellano, Fausto Arrellín, Rodolfo Che Bañuelos, Enrique Blanc, Hugo Manuel Cabrera, David Cortés, Enrique Falcón, Rodrigo Farías, Hugo García Michel, Alejandro Doc Mendoza, José Xavier Navar, Rodrigo de Oyarzabal, Mario Paniagua, José Luis Pluma, Roberto Ponce, Xavier Quirarte, Alberto Campos, José José de Jesús Sanpedro, Oscar Sarquiz, Merced Belén Valdéz and Juan Villoro, all chose up to ten groups or soloists, resulting in the following breakdown:
 From the early years (1960-1965), four groups (Locos del Ritmo, Teen Tops, Rebeldes del Rock and Black Jeans) were selected. From the "black hole" period discussed here, there were 32 bands. 37 "rock en espanol" groups were chosen and finally, 45 of the current groups. It is necessary to note that some interpreters are shoveled in some or all the signal lapses of time. Since it existed under conditions so deplorable, the number of mentions (32) for the "black hole" era is significant.