The rap-metal band Molotov formed in Mexico City in 1995 with singer/guitarist Tito Fuentes, dual bassists Mickey "Huidos" Huidobro and Javier de la Cueva and a drummer known as La Quesadillera as the founding members. La Quesadillera was subsequently replaced by Randy Ebright, the only American member of the group. Creating witty, rap-infused hard rock in Spanish that is alternately playful and politically charged, Molotov produced its first album, "Donde Jugaran Las Ninas?" in 1997. The release was a hit with both Spanish-speaking and English-speaking audiences and earned a Grammy nomination for best Latin Alternative Rock Performance. Although Molotov received critical praise for their work, some segments of Latin culture considered them incendiary because of their lyrics and the topics of their songs, which addressed issues such as disenfranchisement within Mexico and immigration in the United States. Molotov blends heavy basslines, flamenco guitar riffs and turntable scratches for a unique blend of rap-metal that is sometimes likened to a Latin version of Rage Against the Machine. Their mixture of politics, sex and expletives almost got them banned from Mexico and caused them to move to Spain temporarily. The remix collection "Molomix" containing a version of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" followed a year later, and in 1999 the group returned with "Apocalypshit", produced and recorded by Mario Caldato, Jr., subsequently touring Europe and Russia to promote the album. The self-titled single from that album has appeared in the series Breaking Bad, as well. Molotov's "Dance and Dense Denso," released in 2003, contained the Grammy-winning single "Frijolero", which became the band's biggest hit to date. The band performed at the 2009 Coachella Music Festival and in 2010 played at Mexico City's Zocalo for the first time in its history to protest against Arizona's SB 1070 law, having been previously denied by the venue multiple times.