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Los Razos de Sacramento y Reynaldo

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Album Review

During the late '90s, Los Razos became one of the leading bands playing a movement which combines Mexican folk music and drug-traffic-related lyrics inspired by real stories, known as narco-corrido. Con el Polvo Hasta la Muerte has several references to that particular subject, performed in ranchera and corrido styles. "De Rancho en Rancho," "Las Cachondas," "La Momia," and "El Guardaespaldas" make Con el Polvo Hasta la Muerte one of the funniest albums in its genre, even when dealing with a difficult topic.


Genre: Regional Mexican

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Mexican Los Razos de Sacramento, also known as los Razos, became popular due to their controversial style called narco-corrido, which is based on norteño music and combined with drug traffic-related lyrics. The band was named los Razos de Sacramento to pay tribute to Sara Razo, a woman who helped them get involved in the regional Mexican scene in the U.S. Formerly known as los Halcones de Michoacan, singer/songwriter Sacramento Ramírez, accordionist...
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