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  • Audio CD (November 23, 1999)
  • Label: Wea/Latina
  • ASIN: B000031KDO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,374,579 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Selva Negra [Radio Mix]
2. Revés [Oldskool Gusgus Mix]
3. Sexy [Disco House Invisible Mix]
4. Melting Pot [Remix Royale]
5. Manjar Mystico - El Manjar De Los Dioses (Break mix)
6. El Estuche - Arteciopelados (Version remix)
7. En El Trampolin - Mikel Erenxtun
8. Mal Bicho - Los Fabulosos Cadillacs (remix)
9. Tanta Ciudad - La Ley (Safari Night remix)
10. Ponle Sabor - DJ Kun (radio edit)
11. Oh Na Na Na - Millo Torres/El Tercer Planeta (dub)
12. El Camino - Soda Stereo (Veranek mix)
13. Azul - Bohemia Suburbana (Drums 'N' Bass remix)

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "abarcelo" on September 25, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Ever since Martin Chan from Volumen Cero took over at WEA's Latin alternative division, that label's compilation keep getting better and better. This time, it is an awesome collection of remixes from some of the most successful pop and rock acts in the Spanish speaking world. Besides gus gus, there are no big name DJs here. However, that does not make these versions any less stellar. #1 is almost identical to the original but with the rhythm track stressed. Tracks 2, 3 and 4 bear on heavy house rhythms. #3 makes this acid-jazz tune even funkier, while gus-gus brings # 2 into a more experimental dance beat. #5 is a break beat remix by Cromafactor. Tracks 6 and 7 sound more like actual songs that remix tracks. #6 is an awesome cross between South American folk and trip-hop beats, while #7 mixes trip-hop and d'n'b beats. #8 is a completely new version of L. F. C's amazing collaboration with Mike Jones (from The Clash). #9 is a big improvement on the original, stressing the electro-beats. #10 mixes nu-skool electro hip-hop with reggae and other Latin rhythms. # 11 is dub. Soda Stereo remix themselves for #12. Cromafactor also remixes #13. My favorites are 6, 7 and 2. Play this now!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Julio C. Urdaneta on July 29, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This album explains to the world that latin american rock and alternative music has the possibility to evolve and become something else without losing the flavor and the feeling of its original vibe. Also, it is a nice chance to check out the diversity of our scene. Try us, we won't dissapoint you.
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Most "rock en español" compilations were at best, awful, as these titles would be released by a major label, that would contain at most 3 good songs from well known artists and the rest of the album would be a vehicle to promote bands whose best songs would not be present in that compilation, thus rendering the album as a whole as a soon to be coaster. The best ones would probably be found sold in the street: illegal compilations that would contain only hits, and maybe 1 or 2 iffy songs. These were very good albums to serve as worthy introductions to other artists the consumer would not be familiar with. HOWEVER, this album is a rarity, not only because of the unusual and impossible to find remixes (the latino market does not consume 12 inch remix singles as with mainstream rock and pop), but because ALL of the songs are GOOD!! I saw the price of this CD rise to $50 at one point, but now you can find it at laughably low prices: Don't be fooled! This is NO COASTER! Great album to listen to. Buy it!
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