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Audio CD, Deluxe Edition, July 18, 2006
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  • Audio CD (July 18, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000GRUTXA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #396,090 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. My Way
2. Orale
3. Diamonds
4. Oye Mamacita
5. I Never Met A Woman
6. Roses
7. Texican Style
8. One More Day
9. Memories
10. My Loneliness
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Disc: 2
1. Memories
2. My Loneliness
3. One More Day
4. Texican Style
5. Oye Mamacita
6. I'm A Lonely Boy
7. Farewell

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Special fanpack edition of Sacred includes a bonus DVD entitled "Brotherhood." A short film directed by acclaimed photographer/filmmaker Danny Clinch (Bruce Springsteen, Audioslave) contains a candid behind the scenes look, interview with the boys and exclusive acoustic performances!

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One of the few contemporary bands to land a decidedly roots-rock song on the charts with 2004's Grammy-winning "Heaven," Los Lonely Boys solidified their status as youngsters with an established sound on their first disc. On this highly anticipated studio followup, all talk of the sophomore jinx dissipates with the opening soul-drenched riff rocker "My Way." Although horns are added for extra drama, the three Garza brothers nail this groove as Henry's Stevie Ray Vaughan-fortified guitar powers one of the boys' most fiery performances. Supporter and mentor Willie Nelson joins on the wah-wah driven, Waylon Jennings-styled "Outlaws," as does the brothers' musician father Enrique Sr. Tough midtempo ballads such as "Home" and the very Santana-ish "I Never Met a Woman" follow in the footsteps of "Heaven" as candidates for slow dance song of the year.

Anyone entranced by the Garzas' debut will be thrilled by this classy followup that tightens some of the loose ends bu! t displays additional confidence resulting from two years of nearly nonstop road work. The band spotlights its Tex-Mex roots on the accordion-driven "Texican Style," where near-perfect vocal harmonies drive an irresistible bluesy shuffle. Most encouraging is that Los Lonely Boys haven't succumbed to commercial pressure since their surprise hit debut. Rather, they have refined and organically expanded their approach, and crafted another classy, committed, radio-friendly Americana gem that meshes blues, Mexican, and soul with a spicy topping of hot-sauce musicianship. --Hal Horowitz

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By drwu52 on July 19, 2006
This album is smokin' hot!

If you're not yet a Los Lonely Boys fan, after listening to this, their second studio album, you will be!! After the release of their first self-titled studio album, I was hooked as a HUGE fan, but still maintained that where the Boys really shined was in their live performances ("Los Lonely Boys Live at the Fillmore" cd and "Texican Style Live from Austin" dvd are available if ya can't get to see em live in concert). But after this studio album, I can't say that anymore! Live OR in the studio, these guys really rock (Texican Style, that is)!

This album adds a deeper dimension to LLB's work, with more of a Hispanic/Cojunto influence present that just makes ya want to get up and move to the music (swaying to the slow stuff and jumping to the fast, driving beat -- sometimes in the same song!), adding to various cuts a horn section (that, at first, having heard some songs live without the brass, I wasn't sure I liked, but now I'm in love with the fuller sound), a button acordian, harmonica, organ (Reese Wynans of Stevie Ray Vaughan's Double Trouble Band on some cuts), and guest vocals of Willie Nelson and the Boys' father, Enrique, Sr., on "Outlaws," a great country rock track paying tribute to all the outlaws in country rock, past, present, known and unknown.

Henry delivers driving, cutting lead guitar riffs, reminiscent of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Carlos Santana (yet even better in so many ways). Jo Jo's free-wheeling bass playing rivals or tops that of Jack Bruce (Cream's outstanding bass player), playing off of and against his brother's lead, and Ringo's talented drum-work provides the punch necessary to compete with his brother's guitars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Les Paul on April 15, 2007
If you can not see these guys live, buy this DVD. Henry Garza is absolutely stunning on guitar. He sounds almost as good as ME! Seriously, this is a great show. In real life, I have been a semi-pro guitar player for 35 years. This guy has the sounds, style of a well seasoned veteran. I highly recommend this.
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By A. Cuellar on January 18, 2007
The Sacred cd is not as good as their first cd, but it's still definitely worth buying. There is no band like Los Lonely Boys and it's great to hear some good rock music from our Latino brothers.
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By Penny J Brown on August 18, 2014
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one of my favorite
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Couldn't agree more. This CD turned out better than even an ardent fan expected.
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