El Trono de Mexico are one of the premier Duranguense ensembles in history. They sell not only recordings, but fill venues across the nation, in Central America and the Southwestern United States. Que Bonita Es La Vida marks their tenth anniversary. The pre-release title track was issued as a single and ran up the charts at radio, while "Perdoname," issued upon the album's release, has repeated that success. Other standouts include "Dame Tu Amor," "Creí Que Eras Mía," "Quizás," and the stellar "Hola Mi Amor," which may be the set's finest cut. The drumming and production on the album adds depth and dimension to what is already a signature sound.
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AllMusic Review by Thom Jurek