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Tr3s Presents Mtv Unplugged Los Tigres Del Norte and Friends by Los Tigres del Norte

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Tr3s Presents Mtv Unplugged Los Tigres Del Norte and Friends

Los Tigres del Norte

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Album

Tr3s Presents Mtv Unplugged Los Tigres Del Norte and Friends

Los Tigres del Norte

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Label: Fonovisa
In February 2011, Los Tigres played a show at the Hollywood Palladium and invited high-profile Latin artists to perform their biggest hits with them. Understandably, the MTV Unplugged recording sounds like a giant party. But it's a party with a unique purpose that, by dabbling in Latin pop, rock and even hip-hop, challenges the often heavily policed boundaries of Latin music. The results are, at times, groundbreaking: Funked-up "America" (with Calle 13's Residente) and "Somos Mas Americano" (with an exuberant Zach de la Rocha), for instance, are thick with both artistic and activist politics.

About This Album

In February 2011, Los Tigres played a show at the Hollywood Palladium and invited high-profile Latin artists to perform their biggest hits with them. Understandably, the MTV Unplugged recording sounds like a giant party. But it's a party with a unique purpose that, by dabbling in Latin pop, rock and even hip-hop, challenges the often heavily policed boundaries of Latin music. The results are, at times, groundbreaking: Funked-up "America" (with Calle 13's Residente) and "Somos Mas Americano" (with an exuberant Zach de la Rocha), for instance, are thick with both artistic and activist politics.

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About This Album

In February 2011, Los Tigres played a show at the Hollywood Palladium and invited high-profile Latin artists to perform their biggest hits with them. Understandably, the MTV Unplugged recording sounds like a giant party. But it's a party with a unique purpose that, by dabbling in Latin pop, rock and even hip-hop, challenges the often heavily policed boundaries of Latin music. The results are, at times, groundbreaking: Funked-up "America" (with Calle 13's Residente) and "Somos Mas Americano" (with an exuberant Zach de la Rocha), for instance, are thick with both artistic and activist politics.