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Some listeners refuse to listen to any recordings that are performed in a foreign language — if they can't understand all the words, they aren't interested. But not everyone feels that way; there are people who love Edith Piaf's recordings but speak no French or enjoy Talip Özkan but don't understand a word of Turkish. And even if one doesn't speak any Spanish at all, he/she can still appreciate De Parranda con el Diablo on a musical and rhythmic level and find Grupo Exterminador's norteño/Tex-Mex to be highly infectious. That said, knowing some Spanish certainly doesn't hurt where this CD is concerned — it isn't necessary, but it doesn't hurt. In the '90s and 2000s, Exterminador has offered some of the liveliest, most colorful storytelling in norteño music, which combines Mexican ranchera with German polka — and on Narco Corridos, Vol. 3: De Parranda con el Diablo, they continue to do it with a healthy dose of humor. Indeed, Exterminador brings a uniquely Mexican sense of humor to "La Leona," "El Garañon de Michoacan," and other memorable corridos. Clearly, they've learned a thing or two from Los Tigres del Norte, a norteño/Tex-Mex powerhouse famous for their rough-and-tumble tales of Mexican life. Not everything on this CD is hardcore norteño; "Necesito un Amor" and "Nos Tienen Envidia" find them detouring into pop-minded Tejano and grupero territory, and "La Manguera" is a vibrant example of Cumbia Mexicana (a Mexican interpretation of the Colombian Cumbia rhythm). Nonetheless, De Parranda con el Diablo is a norteño album first and foremost — norteño is what they do best, and they do it with a lot of heart on this excellent CD.

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Formed: 1992 in Guanajuato, Mexico

Genre: Música Mexicana

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

Since 1992, Grupo Exterminador has been one of the more enduring bands on the entire norteño scene in either their native Mexico or in the United States. Lead vocalist Juan Corona, who had been singing since the age of nine when he won his first televised children's competition, moved to Los Angeles with his brothers and formed Los Hermanos Corona in 1992. They played rancheras, romantic ballads, corridos, and conjuntos, and hard-scrabbled their way through weddings, local parties, and festivals...
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