The 10 Greatest Latin Rock Albums of All Time

From Santana to Soda Stereo and beyond, we pick the genre's high points

Santana, 'Abraxas' (1970)
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10. Santana, 'Abraxas' (1970)

America was never the same after Carlos Santana discovered the smoldering Afro-Cuban magic of Tito Puente. A sinuous cha cha cha that sounds as if it had been waiting for Santana's soulful guitar licks to reinvent it, the Puente-penned "Oye Como Va" became the pillar of U.S. Latin rock.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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