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Amor Prohibido
By EMI Latin
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mpn: H2 7243 8 28803 2 5, ean: 0724382880325,

4.1 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
Released in March 1994 exactly a year before Selena would be shot and killed by her ex-fan club president, this CD demonstrates a band at the peak of its creative force. The hits were obvious--the eloquent ''Amor Prohibido,'' on love conducted in secret, and ''Bidi Bidi Bom Bom,'' a magical pop tune that could work in any dance club. ''Cobarde'' and ''El Chico'' were easy cumbias to like; ''Fotos y Recuerdos'' was an ironic message on having only photographs and memories left. But highly underra

En Extasis
By EMI Latin
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ean: 0072438368502,

4.4 out of 5 stars with 9 reviews
Thalia's first album on the EMI Latin label finds the Mexican singer and soap-opera starlet moving away from the disposable pop of her earlier discs in favor of richer, more diverse sounds. There are a few limp moments on En Extasis, but Thalia is clearly coming into her own as a singer. The switch is in large part thanks to producers Emilio Estefan Jr. and Kike Santander, who expertly disguise Thalia's shortcomings as a vocalist with slick production values. ''Piel Morena,'' the album's first s

Live: Selena
By EMI Latin
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ean: 0077774277020,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 22 reviews
Selena's Grammy-winning Live album is a sizzling reminder of her electric stage charisma and blossoming talent as a performer. The album's nine live tracks--recorded in February 1993 at the Coliseo Memorial in Selena's hometown of Corpus Christi--showcase the late singer's uncanny ability to infuse a love song with both girlish innocence and a heated sexuality. Particularly effective are extended versions of ''Como La Flor,'' ''Baila Esta Cumbia,'' and ''La Carcacha.'' You can almost feel the he

Grandes Exitos
By Fonovisa Inc.
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ean: 0808835242790,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 30 reviews

The Many Sounds Of Steve Jordan
By Arhoolie
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mpn: 1718839, ean: 0096297031926,

4.2 out of 5 stars with 38 reviews
CD Esteban ''Steve'' Jordan is often referred to as ''the Jimi Hendrix of the accordion'' for his use of multiple electronic effects, but his imagination comes out even more clearly in his choice of notes and his wild, weird arrangements and vocals. This set mixes his raw early recordings of the 1960s with a wonderful LP from the 1980s. The early tracks already show a unique mind at work, with spikily funky runs punctuating the largely traditional vocals of Jordan and his then-wife Virginia Mart

Siempre Arriba
By Fonovisa Inc.
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ean: 0080883509272,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 10 reviews
Bronco, the biggest grupo/norteno band of the mid-1990s, is back with a new name but the same sound. Because of legal disputes, the band is now formally known as Bronco El Gigante de America. But following a 6-year absence since their breakup, the group picks up where their last studio album, La Ultima Huella, left off, with more plaintive, forlorn ballads and cool, percussion-driven dance cumbias. The first single, ''Estoy a Punto,'' is a mid-tempo cumbia that features the familiar accordion ru

By EMI Latin
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mpn: 724352150229, ean: 0724352150229,

4.2 out of 5 stars with 51 reviews
Honest lyrics, mature themes and solid musicianship distinguish this fine album. The band, based in Zapata, Texas, quickly stood above the herd when it broke through in the mid-'90s with a distinct pop/blues/Norteño sound. Lead singer-accordionist Ricky Muñoz has always sounded like the legend Ramón Ayala, but with the bottom-heavy rhythms and folk/rock melodies injected here, this is not your father's Norteño music. Daring and inspiring, the music pushes the envelope with tension-filled tun

La Mejor Coleccion De Cumbias
By Freddie Records/Ce Distributor
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ean: 0719937199823,

4.5 out of 5 stars with 37 reviews
Their Greatest hits package features 20 of their most popular Cumbias recorded during their two decade long year career. The CD features 'Me Cela Con Todas', 'Marisol', 'Los Petroleros' and many others. Freddie Records. 2008.

By Wea/Latina/Warner Music Latina
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mpn: 825646087327, ean: 0825646087327,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 12 reviews
LUIS MIGUEL 33 Luis Miguel is to be admired for his steadfast homage to the classic Mexican bolero, the romantic ballad that emerged in the 1950s. Over the course of 10 years, he produced four albums of bolero remakes, and introduced them to new generations of music fans. But enough was enough. With 33, Luis Miguel returns to the torchy pop ballads that were his forte before his bolero phase. It's good to report that Miguel is in great shape. He plumbs emotional depths on the classy ''Un Te Amo,

The Best Of Flaco Jimenez
By Arhoolie
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ean: 0096297047828,

4.2 out of 5 stars with 34 reviews
This Tex-Mex accordion wizard-a solo star as well as a member of the Texas Tornados and Los Super Seven-has recorded with the Rolling Stones, Dwight Yoakam, Linda Ronstadt, Los Lobos and Bryan Ferry, to name but a few. He's also recorded some incredible solo stuff-and here's the cream of his conjunto crop, along with a detailed 20-page booklet. CD debut!Shrink-wrapped.

All My Hits - Todos Mis Exitos
By EMI Latin
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ean: 0724349788626,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 31 reviews
This third compilation of Selena's material is hyped by EMI officials as being a complete collection of her biggest hits. It is no exaggeration. All 16 tracks are hits, and the disc includes her biggest numbers, such as ''Amor Prohibido,'' ''Como la Flor,'' and ''Bidi Bidi Bom Bom.'' The CD features her English-language hits as well: ''I Could Fall in Love,'' ''Dreaming of You,'' and ''Missing My Baby.'' There's also ''Disco Medley Pt. II (Last Dance/The Hustle/On the Radio),'' recorded live at

Por Mujeres Como Tu
By Musart
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ean: 0609991181929,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 42 reviews
In 1998, Aguilar released the album Por Mujeres Como Tú, the CD was in Billboard for 52 weeks and has sold two million copies worldwide.

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