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Oro Norteno

Norteño music -- a lively, infectious, hot-blooded mixture of Mexican ranchera and German polka -- was created in Texas by Mexican-Americans, who were exposed to the polka beat that German immigrants had brought to the Lone Star State from Europe. But the popularity of norteño (which is also known as Tex-Mex or conjunto) certainly isn't limited to Austin, El Paso, or San Antonio; there are plenty of norteño bands in northern Mexico as well as the Pacific Northwest and the southwestern region of the United States. California, which has a large Mexican-American population, has been a norteño hotbed for a long time -- and that includes Central California as well as Southern and Northern California. Fresno, which is in Central California, is the home of Oro Norteño, a popular norteño quintet that has been around since 1996. Oro Norteño (whose name means Northern Gold in Spanish) is not a grupero or tejano outfit in the strict sense; while the slick, urbane, polished grupero and tejano styles are essentially Latin pop with Mexican overtones, Oro Norteño has tended to favor a grittier, tougher, more hardcore approach to regional Mexican music. Oro Norteño has recorded songs by romantic Latin pop singers like Joan Sebastían and Marco Antonio Solís, but at the end of the day, they're essentially a straight-ahead norteño band. Oro Norteño should not be lumped in with pop-drenched grupero stars such as Ana Bárbara, Conjunto Primavera, and los Temerarios; the Fresno residents get most of their inspiration from the gutsy sounds of hardcore norteño/Tex-Mex favorites like los Rieleros del Norte, los Tigres del Norte, los Huracanes del Norte, Flaco Jimenez, and the late Tony de la Rosa. Oro Norteño's attire -- black cowboy hats, well-polished cowboy boots -- is a way of declaring their allegiance to the norteño/Tex-Mex sound; norteño artists have often favored the vaquero (Mexican cowboy) look, which sets them apart from mariachi, banda, or ranchera artists (although ranchera is a main ingredient of norteño). Oro Norteño hadn't been together very long when, in 1996, their album Polveadas was released on the Ego label. By 1998, they were signed to the Los Angeles-based Platino Records, which is distributed by Fonovisa (Platino releases are often listed as Fonovisa releases) and is part of the vast Univision empire. At Platino, it didn't take Oro Norteño long to build a sizable catalog; there were at least 14 albums in their catalog by the summer of 2003. In 2004, Oro Norteño's lineup consisted of Ricardo Renteria on lead vocals, Rosalio "Chalio" Hidalgo on accordion, Jesus Rivera on electric bass, Miguel Angel Jiménez on guitar, and Abel Orozco (who is originally from Jalisco, Mexico) on drums. Miguel Angel Jiménez should not be confused with either producer Miguel Jiménez Flores or the late classical musician Miguel Bernal Jiménez. ~ Alex Henderson, Rovi
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Selected Discography

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Track List: No Puedo Olvidarte

1. Esa Plebe

2. Que Me Lleven A La Carcel

3. Quiero Perderme Contigo

4. No Puedo Olvidarte

5. Traigo Ganas

6. Caricias Viejas

7. Tu Ausencia

8. El Carino De Mi Madre

9. Lagrimas De Mi Barrio

10. Prisionero

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Track List: El Gran Regreso

1. El Buey

2. Traigo Ganas

3. Yo No Sabia

4. Con Un Polvo Y Otro Polvo

5. Te He De Querer

6. El Carino De Mi Madre

7. La Vida Sin Ti

8. Cuando Quieras Verme

9. El Recuerdo De Tu Amor

10. De Cantina En Cantina

11. Mi Sueno

12. No Puedo Olvidarte

13. Vaciando Botellas

14. Tu Gran Orgullo

15. Los Anos Son Como Tu

16. Tengo Mis Dias Contados

17. Me Vale Madre

18. La Botella De Tequila

19. Una Llamada

20. Me Dicen El Coyote

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Track List: Estamos Prendidos

1. Entre Lobos

2. El Patron

3. Fuera De La Ley

4. El Sabado Hay Otra Peda

5. Tu Estupido Romantico

6. Union De Estados

7. Treinta Y Siete Meses

8. Ese No Soy Yo

9. Los Moteros Del Pilar

10. Amigos Puro Parriba

11. Pal Rumbo De Sinaloa

12. El HC

13. A La Cuerda

14. El Kananga Nanga

15. El Patas Cortas

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Track List: Corridos Del Momento

1. Los Cuatro Valientes

2. La Hierba Mala

3. Corrido De Rosita

4. Corrido De Franciso Y Ramon

5. El Gallo De Guanajuato

6. Corrido Del Polvos

7. Las Cherokees De La Muerte

8. Corrido De Roger

9. Botas De Avestruz

10. Corrido De Sarita

11. Corrido Del Junior

12. Traficantes Sinaloenses

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Track List: 20 Exitos La Verdadera Historia

1. Una LLamada

2. Las Dos Damas

3. De Michoacan A Tijuana

4. Las Polveadas

5. EL Vaquero Cumbianero

6. Te He Prometido

7. La Jaula De Los Pericos

8. Necesito De Tu Amor

9. Ahi Te Veo

10. El Bragado

11. Mi Guerita

12. Entre El Amor Y El Dinero

13. No Te Vayas De Mi

14. La Hierba Mala

15. Corrido De Rosita

16. El Gallo De Guanajuato

17. Las Cherokees De La Muerte

18. Botas De Avestruz

19. El Corrido Del Junior

20. Trafficantes Sinaloense

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Track List: Las Polveadas

1. Una LLamada

2. Ni Me Acuerdo De Ti

3. Las Dos Damas

4. La Botella De Tequila

5. Ya No Habra Mas Soledad

6. De Michoacan A Tijuana

7. El Compita Peligroso

8. Las Polveadas

9. No Te Hubieras Ido

10. El Vaquero Cumbianero

11. Conexion Extranjera

12. El Primo

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Puro puebla carbones!!!!
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es todo mi oro norteño.aqui puro oaxaca
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chingon la pura p**che pistiadera chingue a su madre el diablo
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Orales pinches guangos. Sigan pistiando.

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