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Album Review

If their previous efforts Necesito Más de Ti (2009) and Solamente Tú (2010) were fresh-sounding, Duelo’s 2011 album Vuela Muy Alto is familiar, with the group playing its Latin-pop-meets-earthy-Americana with comfort and ease. This isn’t a complaint but a compliment, as the combination is highly desirable, plus the songwriting comes through better than ever before, most of it falling somewhere between melancholic and distraught. The best example of the band at its most traditional has to be the album’s title track, while the closing “Feliz Cumpleaños” is the group at its most playful, offering a birthday wish over a boisterous, almost Cajun rhythm.

Customer Reviews


Awesome CD. My favorite song is Malabares. Not disappointed at all.

Vuela muy alto

Duelo never disappoints me... Always has best jams

Great album

Best duelo album in a while.
Sound like they change there style a
Little. Great job:)


Formed: Roma, Texas

Genre: Regional Mexicano

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

Mexican singer/songwriter Oscar Treviño started playing along with accordionist Dimas López in a duo called Duelo Norteño. They were joined by drummer Juan Barrera, bassist Cristián Rivera, and percussionist Edgar Rodríguez soon after. Duelo became involved in the Mexican/regional music scene with the international release of...
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