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El Primer Ministro [Deluxe Edition]

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Gerardo Ortíz 9/25/2012

Review

After a conceptual album of narcocorridos that found the edgy singer telling the story of notorious Mexican drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero while also covering Bob Marley's "What Is Love," Gerardo Ortiz's 2012 release looks to be without ambition. It's not -- it's as big, brash, bloody, and provocative as ever -- but El Primer Ministro is certainly a looser album and a welcome return to form as well, offering an abundance of love songs along with the earnest corridos found on Entre Dios y el Diablo, most of them focusing on that grey area between good and evil. Check "Sólo Vine a Despedirme" for a heartfelt ballad that bursts into an effervescent party, or the punchy title track, which is a bold declaration of kingship, like 50 Cent or Darth Vader big. [A Deluxe Edition added six bonus tracks.] ~ David Jeffries
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 El Primer Ministro Gerardo Ortíz 1:52
  3. 2 Dámaso Gerardo Ortíz 2:38
  4. 3 Pregúntame Gerardo Ortíz 2:1
  5. 4 De Parranda Gerardo Ortíz 2:46
  6. 5 Sólo Vine A Despedirme Gerardo Ortíz 2:29
  7. 6 La Moneda Gerardo Ortíz 3:8
  8. 7 Don Chalo Gerardo Ortíz 1:51
  9. 8 Sueño De Amor Gerardo Ortíz 2:19
  10. 9 Soy Caro Gerardo Ortíz 2:19
  11. 10 El Beso Más Largo Gerardo Ortíz 2:29
  12. 11 Soy Sinaloense Gerardo Ortíz 1:48
  13. 12 Mañana Voy A Conquistarla Gerardo Ortíz 2:24
  14. 13 Días De Noche Gerardo Ortíz 2:31
  15. 14 Que Te Llore El Cielo Gerardo Ortíz 3:28
  16. 15 Soy De Durango Gerardo Ortíz 2:38
  17. 16 Duele El Corazón Gerardo Ortíz 2:35
  18. 17 Olvido Gerardo Ortíz 3:54
  19. 18 El Compa Ray Gerardo Ortíz 2:19

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