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By 2011, Intocable were well established as Mexican superstars, crossing over into pop success without straying too far from their Tejano roots. Intocable 2011 is especially heavy on upbeat dance numbers. Some, like "Aunque Estes Lejos", feature the polka rhythms of classic norteño; others, like the impassioned "Solo Pienso en Tu Amor", have anthemic choruses and rock-inspired lead guitar. Even on the rock numbers, frontman Ricky Muñoz lets his fingers fly on the accordion. The one ballad, "Callada", finds his tenor at its smoothest.


Formed: 1994 in Zapata, Texas

Genre: Regional Mexican

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Intocable rose to mass popularity in the late '90s and became arguably the most successful Tejano act of their day. Intocable's style of Tejano is undeniably norteño in nature, driven by polka rhythms and heavily accented by accordion. The group even fashions itself as norteño (i.e., the cowboy look). However, their Texan roots and frontman Ricky Muñoz's gift for graceful pop melodies, among other subtleties, differentiate them from more traditional norteño acts like Los Tigres del Norte and Conjunto...
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Intocable 2011, Intocable
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Latino, Music
  • Released: 16 June 1998

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