First of all, thanks for the Spanish version. I've started learning the language a few months ago and games like this are really helpful in learning basic vocabulary.
About the game itself... I really enjoyed your "Painting Parodies" series and gave each of them at least 4 stars rating. Still, I have a few problems with your newest production. In most cases, it was all to easy for me the guess the correct answer. Sometimes you didn't even bother to blur the band name or album title. I know that trivia quizzes are supposed to be fun for everybody, but difficulty level could be just a bit higher.
And then, it's the content selection. Let's have a look at this wonderful line in your commentary:
"The musical diversity generates tolerance, transmitted cultures and festivities."
Yes, it's important to pick music from different genres, countries and languages. No, this time you don't practice what you preach. Most albums present in the game were released by big labels in the USA or UK and their lyrics are in English, maybe with the exception of Kraftwerk (BTW, there's a typo there, the band's name misses it's 't'). Apparently you're a hip-hop fan, why didn't you think about Control Machete, for example? Or at least Kid Frost, or maybe Cypress Hill?
Also, it's kind of weird for a person talking about tolerance and diversity to be a fan of Ice Cube, an artist infamous for some explicitly racist lyrics (remember "Black Korea"?).
Another minor issue: the language selection screen proudly waves the current Spanish national flag. Don't get me wrong, I'm all for "una, grande y libre" Spain, even if some Basques or Catalonians would object to it, not to mention those who would prefer the Second Republic tricolore. But what about gamers from Latin American countries?
Despite all the flaws mentioned above, I find the game enjoyable and will gladly play the second part. This time, maybe with more "diversity".