Spanish alternative metal foursome Boikot burst into the local scene in the mid-'80s, releasing its debut album called Los Ojos De La Calle in 1990, followed by 1992's ...Con Perdón De Los Payasos. Soon Boikot founded its own label, Producciones BKT, issuing Tu Condena in 1996. Later, the band concentrated itself on a major project called La Ruta del Che, recording three different albums in three different locations: 1997's No Mirar, made in Spain, 1998's No Escuchar, in Mexico City, and No Callar, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, that same year. In the beginning of the new millennium, the group released Historias Directas de Boikot, recorded live at Madrid's Caracol.
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