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Mariachi El Bronx

Mariachi El Bronx

(Bronx)

Swami 139

Released on August 25, 2009

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Los Angeles-based punk band The Bronx—aptly named after the Left Coast borough—has for the last six years redefined what punk means, sounds, and doesn’t look like. After three self-titled full-lengths, countless tours all over the world, and more singles and EPs than one can count, they return with their latest offering inspired by the inescapable Mariachi music that celebrates Mexican-American culture. Mariachi El Bronx features the grammy-awardwinning artist David Hidalgo from Los Lobos and Latin Playboys, as well as Alfredo Ortiz (Beastie Boys) and various members of Los Tigres Del Norte. The self-titled album was produced by John Avila in Los Angeles.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Cell Mates  0%
2 Litigation Voted #1  50%
3 Despredetador Voted #3  17%
4 Quinceniera  0%
5 Sleepwalking Voted #2  33%
6 Silver Or Lead  0%
7 Slave Labor  0%
8 Clown Powder  0%
9 Holy  0%
10 My Brother The Gun  0%
11 My Love  0%
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Sean from Sagamore Beach, MA 
Apr 27 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing side project/concept cd right here. I was apprehensive to buy this when I first heard of it, thought it would be a lame attempt at mariachi and a joke. Boy was I wrong. These guys are just as passionate about mariachi as they are hardcore punk. You can feel it in the quality of the music and how much Matt has changed up his singing stylee. The songs are really varied too, you have your upbeat fast tracks, slower ones, and a more dark style that evokes images of old westerns (Holy, My Brother...). I highly recommend this not only to any fan of the bronx but anyone who really wants to hear something new and fresh, its just a damn fun album.

Key tracks: Cell Mates, Litigation, Sleepwalking, Holy

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Martin from Québec, PQ Canada 
Aug 27 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Bronx doing Mariachi Mexican music! This album is wonderful! I can’t believe how they manage to do an album like that with an approach respectful of mariachi traditional music without turning that into a big comedy or a joke band about this kind of music, which is actually the case in many movie where mariachi are most often kinda represented in a humoristic kinda way. This album is no joke, the music is extremely well done and pay tribute in a good way to Mexican music culture. I guess they’ve taken the project really seriously. Many great songs: Cell Mates, Quinceneria, Holy (with that Ennio Morricone kinda feel…), Silver or Lead with the line: “Quit asking Jesus for Help/Go out and find it yourself” , etc. I really dig this album and so should you! Some die hard fans might be shocked but I recommend them to cool it down, grab a shot of tequila and enjoy the music!





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