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El Regreso de los Reyes


Download links and information about El Regreso de los Reyes by Los Super Reyes. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Latin genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 50:55 minutes.

Artist: Los Super Reyes
Release date: 2007
Genre: Latin
Tracks: 16
Duration: 50:55
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No. Title Length
1. Muevelo 3:54
2. Oye Mi Amor (feat. Magic Juan) 3:43
3. Nada Nos Va a Separar 4:00
4. Serenata (Estrellita Mia) 3:26
5. Mirame (No Controles) 3:21
6. Si Pudiera 3:19
7. Interlude - Yo Sere 0:22
8. Yo Sere (feat. Slim, Megga, Pryme Status & Big Metra) 4:07
9. El Rey (feat. Megga, Menor & Big Metra) 4:06
10. Outro - You Gonna Loose 0:56
11. Muchacha Triste (feat. Dax "El Coyote") 3:27
12. Roses 4:16
13. La Neta (feat. Zion) 3:30
14. Quedate Mas (I Want You Back) 3:27
15. Perfect Girl (feat. Frankie J & Damon Reel) 3:28
16. Outro - Give It Up Bud 1:33



In the wreckage left by los Kumbia Kings' bloody in-fighting and turf wars led by group founders A.B. Quintanilla and Cruz Martinez, some thought that the music itself may have been among the casualties. As Martinez and Quintanilla battled it out for loyalty among personnel and rights to the Kumbia King Krown, the future of both was to an extent uncertain. When Quintanilla established los Kumbia All Starz, who appear to have weathered the storm and embarked on a prosperous path, the question of "what will happen with Martinez?" remained with many fans. An answer came on August 14, 2007 with the release of El Regreso de Los Reyes. The eleven young men who followed Martinez and who now make up los Super Reyes include Abel Talamantez, JoJoe, Pangie, Nando, Nino B, JP, Megga, Slim, Alex, Reynold and Pancho. Their debut record features a diverse mix of urban latino styles, including reggaeton, R&B, Latin pop, and of course, cumbia. The record boasts the slickest, most lustrous vocals of anything to come out of the Kumbia Kings Kamp. That, combined with startlingly pop-ready production, makes for a pleasing, contemporary release. As years pass, fans will certainly be able to separate Martinez' creative endeavors from past controversy. El Regreso de Los Reyes on the other hand, will certainly be viewed as a response to Quintanilla's "Ayer fue Kumbia Kings, hoy es Kumbia All Starz." Lucky for Martinez and crew, thanks to the strength of singles like "Muevelo" and collaborations with artists like Obie Bermúdez on "Si Pudiera," it's a mouthy answer. ~ Evan C. Gutierrez, Rovi