¡Vamos A Guarachar! is another beast entirely: by turns raucous ("Cumbia Volcadora," featuring Mexican electronic pioneer Camilo Lara), tender ("Misterio," surely Salvador Duran's finest moment with the band so far), and plain serious fun, as in "Contra La Marea" and "Mapache," it also bears a robust electronic edge, a keen pop sensibility, and all the hallmarks of Mendoza's love of '60s rock, with the closing track, "Shadows of the Mind," sure to be included if anyone decides to update the Nuggets collection for the 21st century. This is roundabout way of saying that it appears to have everything, but never too much of anything. Focused, fierce, and beautifully executed by a superbly drilled set of musicians, it is a work that fully matches the band's explosive live performances. Sergio Mendoza: vocals, keyboards, guitars, drums, percussion, programming, horns; Salvador Duran: lead vocals on "Cumbia Volcadora," "Misterio," and "Cumbia Amor De Lejos"; Sean Rogers: bass, lead vocals on "Shadows of the Mind"; Marco Rosano: sax, clarinet, trombone, keyboards, guitar; Raul Marques: backing vocals; Joe Novelli: lap steel.