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The Mexican Revolution - Ratos Felices mp3

The Mexican Revolution - Ratos Felices mp3 Performer: The Mexican Revolution
Album: Ratos Felices
Country: US
Style: Tejano
Label: El Zarape
Genre: Latina
Catalog #: ZLP-1058
Size MP3: 2137 mb.
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 383
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album


1Baile Bien
2Mi Periquito
3El "Diablo"
4El Chicano
5La Noche De Mi Mal
6Te Vas Con La Bola
8Pajarito Carpintero
9Ratos Felices
10C. C. Strut
11Donde Quieres Que Vaya
12Morena Morenita


  • Lead VocalsRuben Ramos


This style of Tejano music (from the 1970s-1980s) is commonly referred to as "Onda Chicana."


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