Day 7: Memo Rios

Nacho Cheese: a form of processed cheese mixed with peppers and other spices which is often used in place of  REAL shredded cheese in institutional or large-scale production settings, such as schools, movie theaters, sports venues, whore houses in Tijuana, night clubs in the Zona Rosa, or wherever using freshly grated beats & breaks may be logistically prohibitive. Such processed cheese is referred to in the United States as “nacho cheese”, or just “queso“. Originally formulated as a cheaper and more convenient source of cheese to top nachos. Unlike many different types of cheeses, “nacho cheese” bears no geographical indication or other regulated guarantee of ingredients, process, or quality, beyond the general legal definition for cheese products as established by

1. Memo Rios: Muy Delgada ( Ice Ice Baby )

2. Memo Rios: En La Discoteca

5 Responses to “Day 7: Memo Rios”

  1. 1 Edgar Nevermoo February 7, 2010 at 3:16 pm

    Hello, Super Sonido and friends,

    Thanks for the cool and educational initiative,
    I will definitely enjoy this month of hot Latin American productions (subzero degrees celsius in the Netherlands)!!!

    Edgar Nevermoo

  2. 2 juan data February 8, 2010 at 3:09 pm

    I loved that Ice Ice Baby parody, I had one by Memo Rios doing “I’m Too Sexy” that’s ridiculously funny.

    • 3 josephfranko February 8, 2010 at 4:46 pm

      I actually have that one too and a song by markie mark. im looking for memo-tronic. yo juan post something on my site. write an article or what-ever, would love to have you collaborate, would be awesome to get your view on things. Franko

  1. 1 TECHNO-TACO « Super Sonido Trackback on October 10, 2011 at 7:11 pm

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