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1. Intro
2. Calma Pueblo Featuring Omar Rodriquez
3. Baile De Los Pobres
4. La Vuelta Al Mundo
5. La Bala
6. Vamo' A Portarnos Mal
7. Latinoamérica Featuring Totó La Momposina, Susana Baca & María Rita
8. Inter - En Annunakilandia
9. Digo Lo Que Pienso
10. Muerte En Hawaii
11. Todo Se Mueve Featuring Seun Kuti
12. El Hormiguero
13. Prepárame La Cena
14. Outro

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  • Audio CD (November 22, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony U.S. Latin
  • ASIN: B003ZKL178
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,380 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Camilo Martinez on November 23, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Apenas salió este nuevo trabajo de Calle 13, me senté a escucharlo con calma. Poco queda de la agresividad y descomplicación del primer albúm (que sigue siendo mi favorito de Calle 13). Lo que podrán escuchar en este albúm es más madurez musical y letras con más contenido social, y menos palabrotas.

Lo cierto es que el album es muy bueno, más rockero, menos Hip-Hop. Menos cachondeo y más protesta social. Sinceramente, prefiero las canciones más vulgares, pero esta es una evolución natural del Residente. Totalmente recomendado
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By David J. Saldaa on December 3, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Este nuevo disco de Calle 13 refleja una madurez tanto musical como en letras de esta gran banda puertorriqueña, o bueno mas bien ya son parte de Latinoamerica entera. De todos los temas los que dejaron una impresion grande son Latinoamerica, La vuelta al mundo, El Baile de los pobres y Muerte en Hawaii; Digo lo que pienso y Calma Pueblo son desahogos del Residente ante la situacion actual de su entorno, en resumen es tremendo trabajo musical y musicalmente el Visitante demuestra unos muy interesantes fusiones de instrumentos y ritmos lo cual nunca suenan cargados, no se arrepentiran si lo compran, o lo quemen como ellos mismos sugieren!!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Frank Najera on November 23, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Esto es arte en estado puro, contemporaneo, esencial y adornado, creativo, original. Residente Calle 13 no hace musica urbana. El hace musica de autor!! Si bien en otros discos hacia un poquito mas gala de su flow con diferentes voces y estilos, cada vez se ha hecho mas directo, dando a entender que solo quiere que se fijen en lo que dice y como lo dice. El Visitante en esta termino de lucirse como un arreglista fuera de serie! Atras quedo el reggaeton, la agresividad, las ofensas, y aunque tambien quedaron atras junto con ellas el humor y la gran picardia y locura que siempre caracterizaron a las letras de Calle 13, este me parece su disco mas maduro. El Residente suena mas tranquilo y de demencia nada, pero de poesia si, y mucha! Y principios, de sobra. Su viaje a Cuba tambien lo ha influenciado y se nota. En la sonoridad, continuan los ritmos folcloricos y muchas guitarras electricas, acercandolo por momentos mucho mas al rock y a la musica alternativa que al rap y el reggaeton. Quiza menos melodico en su esencia que "Residente o Visitante" y "Los de atras vienen conmigo", pero mas rico en colores y matices sonoros. Sin duda un producto diferente que a mi me impresiono desde la primera oida, algo muy raro en estos tiempos, donde tienes que escuchar par de veces como minimo un disco para que te llegue, y eso si se puede escuchar completo, cosa que ya apenas sucede. Este CD lo escuche de punta a cabo y fue una delicia. Esta gente pasara a la historia como los que han cambiado el concepto de musica urbana, se los aseguro. A ver si en el futuro consiguen ese dueto con Joaquin Sabina como querian, que seria algo genial.

Al parecer es su ultimo disco con su disquera actual. Veamos que les depara...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John on December 6, 2010
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If there is another popular music artist anywhere in the world who has had a run like Calle 13's in the past 5 years, I would love to hear about them. Calle 13's first album was sensational, and each of the next three has shown growth, exploration, and self-assurance. While record #2, Residente o Visitante, remains my favorite (for the moment, at least), this latest offering makes an awfully strong case for itself. There isn't a bad track on it, or even a mediocre one. Eduardo (Visitante) Cabra has gone from being a DJ playing with a Casio to a full-fledged songwriter and music director, with command over a wide variety of music and a supertight band of live players. Rene Perez remains as skilled a wordsmith as ever, and has even tamed some of his Tourette's -- this record is notable for being great without being offensive, or at least hardly ever. His flow is superb. Even little sister Ileana Cabra sounds great (and is featured on almost every song). Standout tracks for me are . . . all of them! Even the hilarious intro -- if you are downloading, that's worth the $.99. Calma Pueblo features scorching rock (as do a few other tracks), but Calle 13's exploration of other Latin music forms continues throughout the record, and Muerte en Hawaii even features a ukulele and a Jack-Johnson-y sweet folk-rap. My only small sense of disappointment comes from the fact that it's not as funny, as sexy, or as food-obsessed as previous Calle 13 records. (There's still some humor and some sex, but hardly any food, even in closer "Preparame la cena".)
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Batista on November 27, 2010
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First of all, I must say, I'm not a fan of the reggaeton world. I really hate how all these reggaeton artists became "pop artists" they all sound like a product of a music studio. but, that's a subject for another time, Calle 13 came into the music world and bacame an instant phenomenon. why you ask? well, they don't imitate, don't label themselves as part of an specific music genre, don't hold back. It sounds to me that they write and sing what they like. Calle 13 is "THE ONLY" urban group I really respect and support.
I respect what he says/sings/raps. Their music sounds free of any limitations. there are hints of urban, merengue, classical, techo, rap, funk, cumbia, salsa, rock, (to name a few). no other artist has ever done that. I have a hard time visualizing Wisin & Yandel writing a song like "Latinoamerica" their sound is unique in every way: lyrics, music, orchestration, structure, etc. That's why they've won all those grammys.
They will never stop impressing us with their music because they love what they do. They will always be original. They are different, yet better than the rest of those "urban artists". Anyone with a music ear will appreciate their art.
With that established, their albums keep better and better. They will be the Juan Luis Guerra of the urban music.
I really love this album.. Please buy it and hear it nonstop and you'll hear a smart, fresh, funny and sophisticated piece of art!
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