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About Grupo Exterminador

Originally known as Los Hermanos Corona, the four Corona brothers and one friend (Gustavo Pardo) joined forces in 1992 and began playing some of the better -- and more humorous -- narco-corridos around. In 1995 they signed with Fonovisa and underwent some changes (including a name change), trying to soften their image and lyrical content without losing their underground edge. They had a hit with "Me Gusta Ponerle Al Polvo" immediately after they signed, and in 2005 released El Hijo De Mexico, an album designed to show their sentimental side.

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Listen toGrupo Exterminadoron Napster

Originally known as Los Hermanos Corona, the four Corona brothers and one friend (Gustavo Pardo) joined forces in 1992 and began playing some of the better -- and more humorous -- narco-corridos around. In 1995 they signed with Fonovisa and underwent some changes (including a name change), trying to soften their image and lyrical content without losing their underground edge. They had a hit with "Me Gusta Ponerle Al Polvo" immediately after they signed, and in 2005 released El Hijo De Mexico, an album designed to show their sentimental side.

About Grupo Exterminador

Originally known as Los Hermanos Corona, the four Corona brothers and one friend (Gustavo Pardo) joined forces in 1992 and began playing some of the better -- and more humorous -- narco-corridos around. In 1995 they signed with Fonovisa and underwent some changes (including a name change), trying to soften their image and lyrical content without losing their underground edge. They had a hit with "Me Gusta Ponerle Al Polvo" immediately after they signed, and in 2005 released El Hijo De Mexico, an album designed to show their sentimental side.

About Grupo Exterminador

Originally known as Los Hermanos Corona, the four Corona brothers and one friend (Gustavo Pardo) joined forces in 1992 and began playing some of the better -- and more humorous -- narco-corridos around. In 1995 they signed with Fonovisa and underwent some changes (including a name change), trying to soften their image and lyrical content without losing their underground edge. They had a hit with "Me Gusta Ponerle Al Polvo" immediately after they signed, and in 2005 released El Hijo De Mexico, an album designed to show their sentimental side.