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While a good number of new artists today choose to make music based on popularity trends to assure their success, the band Da’ Zoo bets on the fusion of rhythms to earn their spot on the artistic scene.

Band members include Charly Rodríguez “Charly Zoo,” Freddie Lugo “Yo-Fred,” Raul Quezada “Raggi,” and Elizabeth Fuentes ... Read more in Amazon's Da' Zoo Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 2, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony International
  • ASIN: B001VRDRJM
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #604,856 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Pa' Sentirnos Bien
2. Cuchi Cuchi
3. Excuse Me
4. La Nave
5. Otro Love
6. Tú...
7. Vitamina Prohibida
8. Pajamas
9. Chitu
10. Cerca De Mí
11. Ponte Ready
12. DJ

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The production quality is decent, but is absolutely not my cup of tea.
80 Shades
If this music was playing at a party or club, I'd dance to it, but I don't think I'd be likely to play it much in my car or home because of the language barrier.
Rachel
I don't speak Spanish, so I can't comment on any of the lyrics to the songs on this album.
Bucky

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Keefe VINE VOICE on October 9, 2009
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When I first heard of Da Zoo I wasn't sure I would actually enjoy this fun bouncy music, but after listening to the first two tracks that changed quickly. I find this material to be very entertaining to listen to whether its on in the background or you are actively listening. I find each track to be good in its own way but really enjoy listening to "Otro Love" and "Ponte Ready".

While I can't clearly compare Da Zoo to another artist (I think they are in their own category) I did find some of the beats and hooks to be similar to those found in other mainstream music. Actually that being said I could see DJs like Dr. Dre, DJ Sammy or Tiesto using much of this in their own work, in fact I would really enjoy hearing Da Zoo remixed.

I highly recommend this album if you are looking for fun, electronic and active music where you most likely have no clue what they are saying.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BBP TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 21, 2009
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The first thing I thought when I listened to this album was "I've heard this before". My friend listened to their track samples and said they were a Spanish version of the Black Eyed Peas. I must say I agree.

Inevitably, Da'Zoo will draw comparisons to the much more artistically and commercially successful BPE, down to the lineup of 3 rappers/instrumentalists and 1 girl complete with hip-hop nicknames and Fergie-styled vocal interjections. I like her voice a lot. It's sexy and fun, but ultimately indistinguishable in a crowded field of dance/electropop-hiphop bands.

Da'Zoo may have had fun making this album, but I did not have fun going through the CD. I don't speak Spanish and none of the tracks grabbed me at all. I do not blame the language barrier, as I routinely enjoy music without understanding the lyrics (for example, Air, who often sing in French). Great music transcends cultures and languages, and just makes you want to move your body. Da'Zoo is not one of these bands. I did not tap my feet or bop my head to any of the song. "Chitu" and "Excuse Me" were the only song that I thought were above average. You can see the video for Chitu (animated in Flash) on YouTube. It's a bit vulgar and overtly sexual. Overall, Da'Zoo seems to rely too much on sex to sell their music.

The good thing is that Amazon has 30-second samples from all the tracks so you can decide for yourself if this music is for you.

Overall, I thought it was a very mediocre debut, another bland offering from Sony Music. 3 stars -- an average score for a very average and forgettable album.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark Taylor VINE VOICE on July 22, 2009
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In the liner notes each of the artists thanks god or a higher power first, before family or loved ones. This must be a cultural artifact since the lyrics do not appear to have a godly bent.

The music is pop infused synthetic, and the production uses cliches like spoken voice in back ground as music ramps up. The Lyrics are light, love, drugs, dance themes.

No deep bass thumps or true dance inspiration. This is bubble gum dance music, and I would only dance to it if I were happy for some other reason.

If you like prog rock, gorillaz, b-52s, stay away. If you like Menudo, or kiddie dance pop, then this is for you. But then the lyrics are somewhat more adult themed.

The tracks don't make my skin crawl, and they aren't offensive, there just isn't anything original, creative, thought provoking, or can't help but dance about any of the tracks. At best this album would be filler music at a dance club.
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Without a doubt Da Zoo is on to something with their catchy,infectious blending of musical styles. Beginning with the opening track, the group shows off their prowess for a quirky blend that is serious fun. It is further noted as you get into their pop, bass driven groove that these youngsters are all about fun and the dance floor. Take note of "Cuchi Cuchi" with it's bilingual vocals and smashing beat. This song should have you gyrating in no time. Just curious, wasn't Charo Cuchi-Cuchi the queen of Cuchi Cuchi before she turned serious Guitar Passion and a Las Vegas act on flamenco guitar? Anyway it is typical of this dance happy disc that is slightly above bubble gum pop but still youthful.It many regards they remind me of a Latin reincarnation of 80's group Ace of Bass The Sign but with more soul, pero con sabor, if you will. An example of this comparison is evident on "La Nave" which has very similar bass lines to the popular song Ace of Bass made entitled "The Sign." Lead female singer Eli-joe is sexy in her vocal presentations, think a cross between Britney-you-know-who and Jlow. The three other male band members share vocals and give the disc a little uumph flavor with hip-hopish flare. On "Chitu" you can catch the machine-gun male vocal delivery that gives way to Eli-joe doing her "sexy thang" for an interesting mix that is nothing short of provocative. You can check out their video on YouTube as this song and video is what propelled their career and became the impetus for this disc.Read more ›
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