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Chac Mool
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Chac Mool was a Mexican major-label progressive rock band from the early 80s, originally featuring Jorge Reyes (guitar and flute), Carlos Alvarado (keyboards), Mauricio Bieletto (vocals and cello), Armando Suárez (bass and mandolin), and Carlos Castro (drums and percussion).
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Chac Mool — 25 Anniversario Chac Mool — 25 Anniversario
(Universal 1714240 , 2006, 5CD)
Chac Mool —  El Mensajero de los Dioses Chac Mool — El Mensajero de los Dioses
(Momia CD10, 1999, CD)
Chac Mool — Carcia Digital Chac Mool — Carcia Digital
(Warner Bros LWM-6268, 1984/2001, CD)
Chac Mool — Cintas En Directo Chac Mool — Cintas En Directo
(Philips LPR 15219 , 1982, LP)
Chac Mool — Suenos De Metal Chac Mool — Suenos De Metal
(Philips LPR 15220, 1981/2006, CD)
Chac Mool — En Vivo - Official Bootleg Chac Mool — En Vivo - Official Bootleg
((Not on label) RRC 54, 1980/1998, CD)
Chac Mool — Nadie En Especial Chac Mool — Nadie En Especial
(Philips 6427 061, 1980/2006, CD)

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