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Album Review

Some inventive drumming and keyboarding are heard on this disc, along with a pleasing schmaltziness to the tunes and an earnest, imperfect lead singer. It's also neat to hear the electronics totally in control — nearly every real banda instrument is mimicked here by keyboards. The material is kind of bland, and like most durangense releases, after 14 songs, you feel more than satisfied. This may not be the "fuego" that Trono hoped to ignite, but it is a well-crafted genre piece. ~ J. Chandler, Rovi

Customer Reviews

les recomiendo este disco

esto es lo mejor que a sacado el trono de mexico , apoyenlos todabia tienen mucho que dar !

Lourdes

I liked their songs-If you like duranguense loves songs this is an all right cd

No K' No...!

Se Los dije K' estos guys si tocan chido... si escucharon su primer disco es tambien les va a gustar por k' esta bien chido...

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Santo Tomás de los Plátanos, Mexi

Genre: Regional Mexicano

Years Active: '00s, '10s

El Trono de Mexico is a regional Mexican group from the state of Mexico that specializes in duranguense music. Founded in 2004 in Santo Tomás de los Plátanos, Mexico, the group comprises Everardo Ávila Marcelino (lead vocals, musical director), Carlos Enrique Martínez Cruz (drums), Luis Alberto López Terán (percussion, tambura), Duani Ávila Marcelino (vocals, keyboards), Yovany Bautista Morales, and Odilón Ávila Marcelino. El Trono de Mexico began their recording career on the independent Skalona...
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