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Full-color picture sleeve and labels. Alili goes cumbia! Romania's beloved Fanfare Ciocarlia vs G-Flux from Mexico! The Mexi-Balkan connection is nothing new. These two cultures have been dancing and partying together with a mutual love of mustaches, accordions, brass instruments, and oompah beats for over a hundred years now. Mariachi influences have always played a part in Balkan pop music and the Austro-Hungarian polka influence that descended into Mexico via Germanic immigration in the 19th century can still be heard today in tejano, conjunto, Tex-Mex, quebradita, banda, ranchera, and norteA�o music all over Mexico. Currently Mexico City is now once again embracing the brass-band folk of the Balkans. Producer G-Flux puts a spin on one of Fanfare Ciocarlia's most recognizable songs, Alili bring things full-circle.