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Ayer, Hoy y Siempre

Los Horóscopos de Durango

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Album Review

It isn't hard to understand why, in the 2000s, los Horóscopos de Durango earned a reputation for being one of duranguense's most risk-taking groups. Anyone who can successfully combine duranguense with Dominican bachata (which is what they did on their hit remake of Monchy & Alexandra's "Dos Locos") obviously isn't afraid to take some risks. And the Chicago residents' risk-taking spirit remains on Ayer, Hoy y Siempre (Yesterday, Today and Forever), which isn't quite as far-reaching as some of their previous efforts but is still unpredictable and fairly diverse. The disc gets off to a memorable start with a remake of Flans' 1980s hit "Bazar," which is edgier and less bubblegum than the original version but nonetheless manages to maintain some of the tune's ABBA-ish appeal. Las Hermanas Terrazas and their colleagues bring plenty of Latin pop infectiousness to "Corazón Romantico," "Te Amo" (a Marco Antonio Solís song), "Juntos" and "Ya No Voy a Llorar," but things are more traditionally ranchera on "Que Bello Error," "La Virgen de las Novias" and "Vámonos" — and los Horóscopos' proficiency with corridos is demonstrated on "Julio Castro" and "Catarino y los Rurales" (thankfully, corridos never go out of style in regional Mexican music). It should be noted that "Catarino y los Rurales" strays a bit from the usual keyboards/sax/percussion instrumentation that modern duranguense is known for. Tuba (an important element of banda) and accordion (norteño's main instrument) are the most prominent instruments on that corrido. Nonetheless, Ayer, Hoy y Siempre is a duranguense album first and foremost. This 2008 release isn't los Horóscopos' most essential disc, but it's definitely respectable — and any group that tackles both Flans and corridos on the same album certainly cannot be accused of being one-dimensional.

Customer Reviews

Esta Bien Ch!ng*n

Me Encantan todo sus canciones pero porque ya no esta en el grupo Hector???? Cantaba muy bien....


I being waiting till midnight to buy this album, i love it, te amo is the best song! you all should buy it.

its good

este cd con sus corridos si esta rete bien


Formed: 1975 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Regional Mexicano

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Fronted by sisters Vicky and Marisol Terrazas, los Horóscopos de Durango did for the duranguense style what Jenni Rivera and Yolanda "La Potranquita" Pérez did for Sinaloa-style banda — they brought a female perspective to what had historically been a very male-dominated form of regional Mexican music. Duranguense — a popular, easily recognizable style that is similar to Sinaloa-style banda but uses fewer horns and more keyboards and is more percussive — is extremely competitive...
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