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Album: Rize Of The Fenix (2012)
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  • Jack Black told Reuters that the duo dug deep for a lot of the tracks on the Rize Of The Fenix album including this Mariachi-style tale of a Mexican girl in distress. He explained that it's a, "story about a man who falls in love with a woman who can't let go of her abusive relationship. It doesn't sound funny... we're exploring some deeper, darker material."
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