Taking songs from some of the bigger names in ranchera music (or at least the ones that D Disa has access to), Las Rancheras Duranguenses is a collection of music from four different groups that comes in at just ten songs, making it one of the shorter compilations out there. Favorites Grupo Montéz de Durango have three tracks included, as do los Horóscopes de Durango (whose female vocalist adds a nice diversity to the otherwise very uniform sounding album), while K-Paz de la Sierra and Patrulla 81 each provide two. Las Rancheras Duranguenses is short, but it's to the point, and is what it says it is.
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AllMusic Review by Marisa Brown