|EP by Papa Roach|
|Genre||Nu metal, rap metal|
|Papa Roach chronology|
Caca Bonita is the second EP by Californian rock band Papa Roach. It was released in 1995, recorded on a blue cassette tape. It consists of two demo tracks that would later be revamped for their 1997 album Old Friends from Young Years. The demo features the nu metal sound that the band would use in their next release, the 1997 album Old Friends from Young Years
As a demo tape it had a very limited release and as a result has become possibly the most sought after and valuable of all of Papa Roach's older releases. According to one fan after meeting Jacoby Shaddix after a show, he was told that not even the band themselves own a copy.
On Fuse TV's Daily Download, Dave Buckner explained the reason for the name Caca Bonita. The title for the EP means Pretty Poo in Spanish. It came when future bass guitarist Tobin Esperance was in his high school Spanish class, and the teacher went up to him and asked him a question, and all that Tobin could say was Caca Bonita.
All tracks written by Papa Roach.
- Jacoby Shaddix - lead vocals
- Jerry Horton - guitars, backing vocals
- Will James - bass guitar, backing vocals
- Dave Buckner - drums, percussion