There is one more criticism. It's time the brothers prove they paid attention in grammar class. There are enough lyrics containing phrases such as "I ain't got no," or something similar, to last a lifetime. Working with an outside lyricist may be a good idea.
There is a lot to like here, especially Henry Garza's uptempo and melodic, rock 'n roll, blues guitar work. There are times he would make fellow Texan Stevie Ray Vaughan proud. Sacred is good for now but Los Lonely Boys must strive to be a bit more eclectic and cerebral their next time out or their fans may tire of the formula quickly.