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Con La Nueva Federación by Voz De Mando

Album

Con La Nueva Federación

Voz De Mando

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Album

Con La Nueva Federación

Voz De Mando

Play on Napster
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Label: Disa
This album starts out with one of the most graphic descriptions of a gun battle you can find. "By the sound, you'd think you were walking in Iraq," sing brothers Miguel and Jorge Gaxiola; given the arsenal of bazookas they describe, they're not far off. It's not the only time bazookas are mentioned admiringly on La Nueva Federacion; the album captures moments which, for all their newsworthiness, also strike a chill in your heart, such as when the singer describes 15 masked gunmen on their way to an unknown destination. "If you want to know what happened/ turn on the television," he sings.

About This Album

This album starts out with one of the most graphic descriptions of a gun battle you can find. "By the sound, you'd think you were walking in Iraq," sing brothers Miguel and Jorge Gaxiola; given the arsenal of bazookas they describe, they're not far off. It's not the only time bazookas are mentioned admiringly on La Nueva Federacion; the album captures moments which, for all their newsworthiness, also strike a chill in your heart, such as when the singer describes 15 masked gunmen on their way to an unknown destination. "If you want to know what happened/ turn on the television," he sings.

Songs

About This Album

This album starts out with one of the most graphic descriptions of a gun battle you can find. "By the sound, you'd think you were walking in Iraq," sing brothers Miguel and Jorge Gaxiola; given the arsenal of bazookas they describe, they're not far off. It's not the only time bazookas are mentioned admiringly on La Nueva Federacion; the album captures moments which, for all their newsworthiness, also strike a chill in your heart, such as when the singer describes 15 masked gunmen on their way to an unknown destination. "If you want to know what happened/ turn on the television," he sings.