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En Peligro De Extinción

Intocable

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Album

En Peligro De Extinción

Intocable

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Label: UMLE
Intocable have always been as handy with Tex-Mex, pop and country as they are with Mexican conjuntos and corridos. But El Peligro really puts down roots in that crossover sound. Hooting and tooting accordions do-si-do with pop-friendly hooks and country crooning on cuts like "Cómo Se Olvida" that go down as smooth and satisfying as a cold cerveza. "Decidimos" works a Latin pop swizzle, while "Culpable Fui" could be a Nashville ballad. The whole album opens with rubber-burning road rock before "Nos Falto Hablar" drives into oom-pah-ing accordions. A road map for our musical future perhaps?

About This Album

Intocable have always been as handy with Tex-Mex, pop and country as they are with Mexican conjuntos and corridos. But El Peligro really puts down roots in that crossover sound. Hooting and tooting accordions do-si-do with pop-friendly hooks and country crooning on cuts like "Cómo Se Olvida" that go down as smooth and satisfying as a cold cerveza. "Decidimos" works a Latin pop swizzle, while "Culpable Fui" could be a Nashville ballad. The whole album opens with rubber-burning road rock before "Nos Falto Hablar" drives into oom-pah-ing accordions. A road map for our musical future perhaps?

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About This Album

Intocable have always been as handy with Tex-Mex, pop and country as they are with Mexican conjuntos and corridos. But El Peligro really puts down roots in that crossover sound. Hooting and tooting accordions do-si-do with pop-friendly hooks and country crooning on cuts like "Cómo Se Olvida" that go down as smooth and satisfying as a cold cerveza. "Decidimos" works a Latin pop swizzle, while "Culpable Fui" could be a Nashville ballad. The whole album opens with rubber-burning road rock before "Nos Falto Hablar" drives into oom-pah-ing accordions. A road map for our musical future perhaps?