Los Rieleros Del Norte ("The Railers of the North") are a Mexican three-time Grammy-nominated Norteño-Sax band from Ojinaga, Chihuahua and based in El Paso, Texas, United States. They formed band in Ojinaga, Chihuahua in 1984 and later moved to Texas, and remain one of the oldest norteño bands still active today (Along with Conjunto Primavera, Los Tigres del Norte, Los Huracanes del Norte, and Conjunto Rio Grande)
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Since the '80s, Los Rieleros del Norte have been one of the top bands in traditional Mexican music. Their specialty is norteño, an exuberant, often sentimental style that is also known as conjunto or Tex-Mex. Along the way, they have had countless hits; "Amor Prohibido," "No le Digas a Nadie," "En la Puerta de Esa Casa," "Una Aventura," "Me Lo Contaron Ayer," and "Copa Sin Vino" are among the many Rieleros singles that were played extensively on Mexican radio.
Los Rieleros del Norte have recorded many albums over the years. These include; Estampida Norteña, Prieta Orgullosa, Aventura Pasada, and many other albums which have now become classics in regional Mexican music. In July 2005, Que el Mundo Ruede was released as the Rieleros' newest album. In 2006 Siempre Imitado Jamas Igualado was released, featuring the song "Voy a llorar por ti", and on June 26, 2007, their new album, Ven Y Dime 25 años was released, featuring the single "Un Juego". On May 27, 2008, a new release of their latest work will be out, featuring "A punto de llorar", which has already been played on the radio, making a huge hit.
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Los Rieleros Del Norte is a English album released on Feb 2007. Los Rieleros Del Norte Album has 10 songs sung by Los Rieleros Del Norte. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Los Rieleros Del Norte songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.