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Dancing To The Radio: Alt.Latino's Cinco De Mayo Playlist

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hide captionWhether or not you celebrate Cinco de Mayo, you'll need some music this weekend.

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Whether or not you celebrate Cinco de Mayo, you'll need some music this weekend.

Whether or not you celebrate Cinco de Mayo, you'll need some music this weekend.

John Moore/Getty Images

This weekend brings the return of Cinco de Mayo. As we've discussed in a past episode of Alt.Latino, some of our listeners celebrate this holiday, while others don't. If you do observe it — with, say, a party or a barbecue — here's a cool and relaxing playlist for you and your guests. If you don't, consider this week's show a celebration of the fact that a long, hard winter seems to finally be behind us.

Cinco De Mayo Playlist

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Adanowsky

  • Album: ADA
  • Song: Dancing To The Radio
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Rene Lopez

  • Album: Paint The Moon Gold
  • Song: Here Comes Another Day
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Nock Nock

  • Album: Gumby Machete
  • Song: Intro
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Juan Pablo Vega

  • Album: Nothing Personal
  • Song: Respira
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Juan Soto Feat. Franca Arriola

  • Album: Oscurecia
  • Song: La Busqueda
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Mexican Dubwiser

  • Album: Electric City
  • Song: So Attractive
 
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Cilantro Boombox

  • Album: Fears Away
  • Song: Fears Away
 
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Chicano Batman

  • Album: Cycles Of Existencial Rhyme
  • Song: Cycles Of Existencial Rhyme
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El Conjunto Nuevo Ola

  • Album: Chido Chido Chido
  • Song: Chido Chido Chido
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Jorge Drexler

  • Album: Bailar en la Cueva
  • Song: El Triangulo de Las Bermudas
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  • "El Triangulo de Las Bermudas"
  • Album: Bailar en la Cueva
  • Artist: Jorge Drexler
  • Label: Warner Music Latina
  • Released: 2014
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Cocobass

  • Album: Collected Poems
  • Song: Selva Cosmica
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