Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: World Music, Rock, Latin Music
Ramon Ayala loyalists and longtime norteño purveyors, Intocable burst on the scene in the early '90s with a vibrant sound that knocked out many pale imitators. Lead singer-accordionist Ricky Munoz again shows off his norte... more »
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Ramon Ayala loyalists and longtime norteño purveyors, Intocable burst on the scene in the early '90s with a vibrant sound that knocked out many pale imitators. Lead singer-accordionist Ricky Munoz again shows off his norteño/soul/blues-drenched vocals. A few even say he sounds like a 19-year-old Ayala. The band's schtick is in full evidence: tension-filled music propelled by accordion runs, thumping bass, and light percussion. It's almost formulaic, but hey why not? The band's recent hits has proved consistent chart toppers on Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks. Even with the departure of Johnny Lee Rosas and Albert Ramirez, Intocable hasn't lost its golden touch. They actually even stretch on the melancholy boleroish ranchera "Perdedor," with lyrics that almost approach poetry. --Ramiro Burr
(5 out of 5 stars)
"SI QUE ESTA BUENO. A MI GUSTO ES EL MEJOR. ME GUSTA LA VOZ QUE TIENE EL VOCALISTA Y COMO TOCA EL ACORDEON, SIN DUDA ES EL QUIEN IDENTIFICA AL GRUPO"
Plaomita Blanka | California | 03/23/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"INTOCABLE...ES Y SIEMPRE SERA UNO DE LOS MEJORES GRUPOS...NADA PEGA MAS FUERTE AL CORAZON Y ALMA QUE LAS CANCIONES VERDADES DE INTOCABLE..."
Good, But not as good as the others
email@example.com | Houston, Texas | 01/14/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The cumbias on this CD are great, but the rancheras all sound the same. The opening accordion in the rancheras all sound the same! I liked it, but I don't listen to every song on here. Their last CD, though, was GREAT!"