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  • Audio CD (May 24, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0009K8L52
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (371 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,147 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This is one of the best CD's by Shakira.
Ana
The nice thing about this CD, is if you can't understand spanish you don't realize that most of the songs are about love.
Ash
Shakira's voice is so powerful and amazing and her lyrics awesome and intelligent.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By "saracen" on February 3, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Not fluent in Spanish? Can't see yourself buying a CD if you can't understand the lyrics? Hey, that didn't stop you from picking up all of REM's early releases! Bet you're still trying to decipher what Michael Stipe was singing about! (Here's a revelation - he was reading the Athens, Georgia telephone directory backwards!) You can wait until Shakira delivers her much-anticipated English-language CD, but you'll be depriving yourself of some great rock-and-roll music that just happens to be in Spanish. "Donde estan los ladrones?" is, from beginning to end, a great album. There isn't a single song on this release that could be categorized as "filler." Shakira possesses a voice that can tear into fast-paced straight-ahead rock-and-roll tunes or caress a slow ballad with equal ease and skill. Any musical comparisons to Alanis Morissette (and there have been many) are ill-conceived, at best. Any physical comparisons to Morissette are played up by Shakira with her tongue firmly planted in her cheek. She's always having fun with her image, but her music is what it's all really about. "Ciega, sordomuda," "No creo," "Inevitable," "Que vuelvas," and the title track, "Donde estan los ladrones?," are some of the catchiest rock songs that have been written in the past decade. "Moscas en la casa," "Tu," and "Sombra de ti" show a softer, but no less impressive, side of Shakira. This is a woman who could cover a Janis Joplin or Celine Dion song and make it her own. When it ultimately comes time for Shakira to compile her "greatest hits" album, she is going to have a treasure trove of songs to choose from. Fortunately, she has many more productive years ahead of her which means that much more great music for her present and future fans.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By "legendman" on December 22, 1999
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These frequent comparisons between Shakira and Alanis Morissette are tenuous at best and off base at worst. Sure the two share similar voice inflections, but while Alanis beats her listeners over the head with the same tired "I hate all men" anti-social psychosis ad nauseum, Shakira sings from the entire emotional spectrum, and whether her listeners want to get up and dance to such infectious numbers as "Ciega, Sordomuda," calmly reflect over "Tu," or travel through time to distant lands in "Ojos Asi," there is enough going on in "Donde Estan Los Ladrones" to make for a complete, satisfying and entertaining musical experience.
(Plus, Shakira is incredibly beautiful! )
But before you write off another pretty face (as you should with Jennifer Lopez, LeAnn Rimes, Britney Spears and their ilk, who have never written or produced a piece of music, let alone sing well or even play a musical instrument), keep in mind that Shakira writes or co-writes all of her songs, plays a guitar and even helps produce her work (special kudos to executive producer Emilio Estefan for harnessing Shakira's raw energy and power without turning "Donde Estan ... " into just another sugar-sweet slab of pop pap a la Miami Sound Machine).
Pay careful listen to "Si Te Vas," "No Creo," and "Donde Estan Los Ladrones," and especially "Inevitable," "Octavio Dia" and "Ojos Asi." Both lyrics and music offer a rainbow of styles, moods and intensities. If you don't understand Spanish, so what? There's more than enough in the music to enlighten you.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Menelaos on March 11, 2006
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Shakira conquered Spanish-speaking audiences with the intriguing "Pies Descalzos", but it is this album that remains the most pivotal moment of her career. "Dónde Están los Ladrones?" was Shakira's breakthrough, the album that established her internationally as a unique force in the music industry.

All the compositions here are careful work, the work of a craftsman. For the first time, Shakira sounds like a pro, her lyrics rich with dreamy imagery and poetic inspiration, as well as a surprisingly acute internal rythym. There is sudden, new-found maturity in all of these tracks revealing for the first time a depth and complexity that Shakira lacked in her first moves.

There isn't much variety here. Fun loving tracks and soulful power ballads take up most of this album, which is a good thing because Shakira obviously carries them out astonishingly well, but it is also mildly unsettling because there seem to be a million subjects her developed voice could also be tackling. It's all good but some of it is decidedly unremarkable.

Obviously, her favorite topic is love, the fuel behind many of these songs, like the moving "Tu". "Inevitable" the only song on this album which she hasn't written or co-written is particularly strong and catchy, as well. "Si Te Vas" boasts a performance worthy of the highest respect. In the hands of a lesser singer, a lot of the material here might have drowned in sap, but Shakira sings like a woman, not a teen queen.

Shakira's difference from her pop peers is evident more than ever in her breathtaking, Arabic tribute, the megahit "Ojos Asi". Shakira's version of desire and love is nothing like the usual bees and butterflies. Abandoning all that pretense, she goes for the raw emotion. She is a passionate, seductive and driven huntress. And if we listeners are her prey, she's a mighty good one as well.
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