Grupo Codiciado’s exhilarating debut album was fueled by the reckless exuberance of a young band aiming to shake up their conservative elders. The quintet still burns with that same unruly combo of nothing-to-lose fun and something-to-prove fierceness on Miro Lo Que Otros No Miran. But while their street-honed lyricism was already sharp, never dipping into sentimentality, these new tales of Tijuana life may grip you even harder, whether it’s a cinematic sketch of a border-crossing outlaw on “El Gordo” or a furiously rhythmic exploration of urban struggle like “El De Las Calles.” ~Apple Music
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