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Los Cadetes De Linares

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No Hay Novedad Los Cadetes De Linares 03:04
El Asesino Los Cadetes De Linares 02:48
El Palomito Los Cadetes De Linares 03:19
Los Dos Amigos Los Cadetes De Linares 03:00
Una Pagina Mas Los Cadetes De Linares 02:39
Una Lagrima Y Un Recuerdo Los Cadetes De Linares 02:47
Dos Coronas a Mi Madre Los Cadetes De Linares 02:26
Menos Que Nada Los Cadetes De Linares 02:45
Las Tres Tumbas Los Cadetes De Linares, Homero Guerrero y Lupe Tijerina 03:03
Un Viejo Amor Los Cadetes De Linares 02:39

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Los Cadetes de Linares were a regional Mexican music group specializing in the Norteño subgenre. The group was especially famous for their traditional corridos, songs that contain storytelling aspects about figures of local folklore. The group began in 1960, when Homero Guerrero decided to recruit another musician to perform with him around Linares, Nuevo León, Mexico. Los Cadetes de Linares signed to Discos del Valle, an American record company, and released several singles throughout the late 60s. The group, then known as Los Cadetes de Samuel y Homero, also established its popularity through performances all over Mexico and the southwestern United States. Though Homero Guerrero was a constant, several other people would occupy the other position in the group. The longest-lasting was Lupe Tijerina, who joined the group and contributed the song “Los Dos Amigos,” a corrido about a pair of train robbers which became one of the group’s biggest successes in 1974. This led to the group’s increased chart success, bolstered by additional hits such as “Las Tres Tumbas,” “Pueblito,” and “Dos Coronas a mi Madre.” In 1982, Homero Guerrero passed away. Rosendo Cantu went on to take Homero Guerrero’s place. Los Cadetes de Linares briefly continued performing and releasing music before ultimately splitting up.