|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Criminal! Remix||3||Audio||1985-00-00||Play It Again Sam Records|
|2||Under Construction||4||Audio||1984||Abstract Records|
|3||Under Construction||4||Audio||1996||Old Gold (3)|
|4||The Last Pop Song||4||Audio||1984||Abstract Records|
|5||Dance Like Ammunition||11||Audio||1989||Producciones Twins|
|6||Under Construction||4||Audio||1985||PDI, S.A.|
|7||Diving For Pearls||2||Audio||1985||Zoco Records|
|10||Dance Like Ammunition||10||Audio||1985||Fire Records|
|11||Under Construction||2||Audio||1984||Abstract Records|
1000 Mexicans were one of the most innovative and creative independent bands of the 1980s, combining quality pop songwriting and rhythmic and harmonic richness with their unique touches of experimentalism and eccentricity.
Despite success in Europe and consistent critical acclaim, they never found favour with the UK record industry who appeared confused by their singular brand of humour and sometimes anarchic live shows. The 'hi-flying Burrito Brothers' eventually found themselves in a tangle of bad management and publishing agreements that strangled their creative momentum and finally their will to live.