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La Revolución - Evolution / La Revolucion - Evolution


Download links and information about La Revolución - Evolution / La Revolucion - Evolution by Wisin Yandel. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Latin genres. It contains 27 tracks with total duration of 01:55:03 minutes.

Artist: Wisin Yandel
Release date: 2009
Genre: Latin
Tracks: 27
Duration: 01:55:03
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No. Title Length
1. La Revolución 4:14
2. Quítame el Dolor 3:23
3. Encendío 3:48
4. Mujeres In the Club 4:02
5. Ahí Voy 4:01
6. Emociones 4:10
7. Gracias a Ti 3:55
8. Perfecto 4:25
9. Abusadora 3:00
10. Ella Me Llama 4:17
11. Yo Lo Se 3:48
12. ¿Como Quieres Que Te Olvide? 4:34
13. Tu Vives en Mi 3:34
14. Besos Mojados 4:24
15. Descará (featuring Yomo) 5:03
16. Sandungueo 6:37
17. Te Siento 4:18
18. Imaginate 4:44
19. All Up to You (featuring Aventura) 3:40
20. Pasan los Dias 4:42
21. Desaparecio 4:27
22. Ella Me Llama (Remix) 4:25
23. Gracias a Ti (Remix) 4:12
24. Gracias a Ti (Remix) 4:29
25. Gracias a Ti 4:32
26. Abusadora 3:27
27. Mujeres In the Club 4:52



Released just weeks after their previous album, Los Extraterrestres, won Billboard's 2009 Latin Rhythm Album of the Year award, La Revolucion finds reggaeton superstars Wisin & Yandel on a serious roll. After the opening title track suggests a futuristic concept album on the scale of Don Omar's 2009 release iDon, La Revolucion slips into a much more standard album for the duo, which is hardly a disappointment. Bouncing between grand club numbers and smooth ballads, the overall structure is familiar to all returning fans, but just like Omar in 2009, the duo have become fans of euro-disco synths and urban dance music. The slick "Quitame El Dolor" stomps the ground like a Flo Rida cut while "Mujeres in the Club" creeps and swaggers in such a G-Unit way that special guest 50 Cent sounds right at home. On the other hand, a handful of cuts — "Perfecto" with Yaviah and Ivy Queen being the best — prove that the duo can still create vital and undiluted reggaeton as they please. Purists might balk at how they choose to do so but La Revolucion is more about expanding the duo's sound while making sure that high quality control is still in effect. [The deluxe CD/DVD edition of La Revolucion adds two tracks to the album plus a bonus DVD featuring videos.]