Doble vida - Banda la trakalosa de Monterrey **2012**

Banda La Trakalosa nos cantan "San Lunes"

Broche de Oro

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me encanta banda la trakalosa es la mejor!!!!….amo a edwin luna me encantan sus canciones me las sè de todas a todas los amo..

Mi Padrino el Diablo

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Banda La Trakalosa de Monterrey canta en vivo y en directo desde la Casa de los Deportes su exito

Reto de Éxitos Remex

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Borracho de Amor

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Banda La Trakalosa on Apple Music - iTunes

Banda La Trakalosa was founded by Edwin Luna -- a professional musician since the age of 15 who'd played with everyone from Cadereyta's Don Arsenio Jimenez and Banda Sinaloa to Virgilio Canales y Liberacion and the Piricuaco Band.

The new unit, renamed Banda La Trakalosa, cut its first single for Remex, "Después de Ti No Hay Nada." It was issued in June and hit the Top 20 on various Mexican Radio charts. Their second single, "San Lunes," appeared in November and showcased a more distinct Monterrey flavor. It not only placed number one on Northern Mexico's radio charts, but received airplay throughout the country and in the Southwestern United States. Banda La Trakalosa also backed El Pelon del Mikrophone's on his smash hit dance number "La Cumbia Tribalera."

Banda La Trakalosa de Monterrey - Biografía | Facebook

Banda La Trakalosa de Monterrey

In early 2012, Banda La Trakalosa cut a cover of Salvador Aponte's "Doble Vida," released within a month of the composer's own. Both versions rocketed to the top of the charts. Banda La Trakalosa released a compilation album later that year of the same title, which included all of their singles, a new one entitled "Concha del Alma," and a few fan favorites.

Banda La Trakalosa issued a pre-release single, "Un Par de Cerdos," as a preview for their proper studio debut, De Monterrey a Sinaloa, in 2013. Between radio play and internet and television video views, the band not only reached the charts and received massive airplay, but began touring far and wide across Mexico and into the United States.