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Artist: Los Tigre del Norte and Friend
Title Of Album: MTV Unplugged
Years: 2011
Genre: Norteño
Source: CD
Playing Time: 48:16
Total Size: 334,15 MB
Quality: FLAC+Cue+Log+M3u8+Cover[Front Back CD]
Bitrate: Lossless

1. Los Tigres del Norte and Friends - Jefe de jefes [03:23]
2. Los Tigres del Norte and Friends - Contrabando y traición[03:51]
3. Los Tigres del Norte and Friends - Golpes en el corazón feat. Paulina Rubio[04:41]
4. Los Tigres del Norte and Friends - La manzanita [03:09]
5. Los Tigres del Norte and Friends - Mi buena suerte feat. Diego Torres[03:41]
6. Los Tigres del Norte and Friends - Lágrimas del corazón [04:08]
7. Los Tigres del Norte and Friends - La puerta negra [04:29]
8. Los Tigres del Norte and Friends - La mesa del rincón feat. Andrés Calamaro[05:06]
9. Los Tigres del Norte and Friends - Quiero volar contigo feat. Andrés Calamaro[03:50]
10. Los Tigres del Norte and Friends - Somos mas americanos feat. Zach De La Rocha[04:10]
11. Los Tigres del Norte and Friends - La jaula de oro feat. Juanes[03:01]
12. Los Tigres del Norte and Friends - América feat. Calle 13[04:41]

It took 43 years and millions of albums for Los Tigres del Norte to be recognized as Latin musical royalty. Such seems to be the purpose of their MTV Unplugged show, in which the norteño legends are joined by an A-list of Latin pop & rock luminaries, including Juanes , Andrés Calamaro , Calle 13 , Paulina Rubio , Diego Torres , and Zack de la Rocha . Opinions may differ about the ultimate value of this album. Los Tigres del Norte are hardly an electric band, so the unplugged twist is not much of a revelation. Purist norteño fans may also complain about the pop gentrification that some of the tunes undergo in order to accommodate their guests, but to accuse a band who has sold more than 30 million albums of selling out is simply too absurd for words. On the other hand, it is also true that Los Tigres del Norte sold all those millions of albums to the same regional audience over and over again, and that the hybrid nature of this album may be a more appealing introduction to the band for the larger international public. Norteño music is, after all, a fairly simple affair that can quickly grow tiresome for the casual listener: stomping two-chord narratives about outlaws (be it mighty drug lords or destitute illegal immigrants) or melodramatic love affairs. But for the addition of the indispensable accordion, it truly sounds like a very close Mexican cousin to Johnny Cash 's Live at Folsom Prison repertoire, especially the faster numbers such as "Cocaine Blues" and "25 Minutes to Go." Los Tigres del Norte kick off the proceedings on their own with two textbook examples of the genre, "Jefe de Jefes" (from their seminal 1997 double album) and "Contrabando y Traición." It is then turn to introduce their friends, and it is here that the band flexes their muscles and starts to mix it up, with more than a wink to the guest at hand. "Golpes en el Corazón" becomes a pop anthem for Paulina Rubio , "La Mesa del Rncón" welcomes Argentine bohemian Andrés Calamaro as a tango, only to find its way back to its ranchera roots later on, bassist Hernán Hernández -- arguably the musical heart of the band, and in sparkling form throughout -- plays the riff of Rage Against the Machine 's "Killing in the Name" when Zack de la Rocha joins the stage, and the celebratory closer "América" becomes an altogether different and controversial beast thanks to a typically razor-sharp rap intervention by Calle 13 's Residente. Overall, two important conclusions can be derived from MTV Unplugged . First, after 40 years of playing together, Los Tigres del Norte are a cracking live band that still plays and sings its heart out, with plenty more tricks under its sombrero than the old two-chord, alternating bass routine. Secondly, many of the texts, particularly those dealing with the plight of Mexican immigrants (some written many years ago, yet all sounding sadly contemporary) are remarkable for their intelligence and compassion. Los Tigres del Norte have written many fine, important songs. If this MTV Unplugged signals that they are finally getting some richly deserved recognition outside of their own community, then it is a very good thing indeed.


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