Hardcore punk band from Spain Habeas Corpus was formed in the early '90s, recording its first EP, called Sociedad Mecanizada, in 1995. A year later, the five-piece act participated in Concierto Para La Represión at Madrid's La Guindalera Social Center, playing along with Tarzán, Speereth, and Inadaptats. Mainly focused on controversial issues, Habeas Corpus' lyrics are related to people suffering any kind of social repression. In 1998, the group's "Expresión Directa" was featured in the movie soundtrack of Barrio, directed by Fernando León. That same year, Habeas Corpus' music took part in Radical Mestizo, a compilation released by Revelde Discos, getting along with Color Humano and los Fabulosos Cadillacs, among other Latin rock numbers. In January of 1999, N.N. came out, followed by a tour around Spain and A Las Cosas Por Su Nombre, produced by Eugenio Muñoz in the year 2000.
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