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The sheer anarchic energy that spills from the Puerto Rican sextet Davila 666 is best beheld live, and we're thrilled to present you with the band's 2011 live taped performance in the Blue Room. The show quickly followed the release of their Tan Bajo, the chaos-loving group's sophomore album, which garnered them a joint fan base with fellow raucous groups such as The Black Lips and Jacuzzi Boys. The Davilas, surnamed a'la the "brothers" Ramones, take a cue from the group by mastering how to have fun with rock 'n' roll. Fuzzed-out garage-pop and catchy hooks that transcend any language barrier is the name of the game here, and we particularly love the rambunctious spin on The Nerves' hit, "Hanging on the Telephone."