Dug Dug's Smog from nineteen seventy three is a very cool platter of blazing acid guitar and well written psychedelic rock tunes. Ironically, given its title, Smog also saw Los Dug-Dug’s reverting to their native Spanish language — a willful about-face from a band responsible for pioneering English-sung lyrics in Mexican rock during the late ’60s, and obstinate enough to spearhead the push back to national pride soon after. "Smog" es una rotunda obra maestra, una joya atemporal, un tesoro perdido y según yo el mejor trabajo de los Dug Dug´s. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1973 Vinyl release of Smog on Discogs. Solid fuzz guitar from Gustavo Garayzar is everywhere on this long play and the vocals by Jorge de la Torre are in English, Spanish, and Romulan. Don't let that throw you, the vocals are almost an additional instrument. Los Dug Dug's are a mexican rock group which started off in the early sixties as a high school band called Xippos Rock, with members Armando Nava and Jorge de la Torre. 3.0 out of 5 stars Dug Dugs - 'Smog' (Lion Productions) 3 1/2 stars Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2012 Just recently discovered this two-album early '70's Spanish psych band - another cool CD to be issued on the Lions Production label. Los Dug Dug's is a rock group from Durango, Mexico, best known for their work in the 1960s and early 1970s.It was one of the first Mexican bands to adapt The Beatles' influence and are noted as one of the first Mexican Rock bands to write their own songs, as well as cover songs by British and American acts in English, thus breaking what had up to then been an unwritten rule in Mexican rock. ¿Pop? Ironically, given its title, Smog also saw Los Dug-Dug's reverting to their native Spanish language -- a willful about-face from a band responsible for pioneering English-sung lyrics in Mexican rock during the late '60s, and obstinate enough to spearhead the push back to national pride soon after. La influencia de los Beatles ya es una anécdota. Los Dug Dug's are a mexican rock group which started off in the early sixties as a high school band called Xippos Rock, with members Armando Nava and Jorge de la Torre. Rough Translation Radio Ambulante ... rock band Los Dug Dug's on the cover of its album, Smog. Ironically, given its title, Smog also saw Los Dug-Dug's reverting to their native Spanish language -- a willful about-face from a band responsible for pioneering English-sung lyrics in Mexican rock during the late '60s, and obstinate enough to spearhead the push back to national pride soon after. Smog - Dug Dug's (Letras y canción para escuchar) - Smog por doquier, ya no se que hacer / Lo puedo pensar de no respirar / Smog cancer por doquier / Cancer es mala enfermedad / …