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Los Extraterrestres - Otra Dimension


Download links and information about Los Extraterrestres - Otra Dimension by Wisin Yandel. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Latin genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 01:29:49 minutes.

Artist: Wisin Yandel
Release date: 2008
Genre: Latin
Tracks: 25
Duration: 01:29:49
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No. Title Length
1. Intro los Extraterrestres 3:01
2. Ahora Es 3:26
3. Aprovechalo 2:49
4. Pidiendo Calor 3:04
5. Control 3:44
6. Una Noche Mas 4:28
7. Dime Quienes Son 3:52
8. Las Cosas Cambiaron 3:46
9. Sexy Movimiento 3:29
10. Ya Me Voy 3:45
11. Presión 3:03
12. Imaginate 3:26
13. Te Hice Mujer 3:19
14. Como Tu No Hay Nadie 3:16
15. Vicio de Ti 3:21
16. Oye Dónde Está el Amor 5:00
17. Jangueo 3:36
18. Tu Cuerpo Me Llama 3:04
19. Porque Me Tratas Así? 4:03
20. Dame un Poquito 3:47
21. Siguelo 3:33
22. Tus Sabanas 3:14
23. Animo 3:25
24. Dime Que Te Pasó 4:25
25. Sexy Movimiento 3:53



By the time Wisin & Yandel released Los Extraterrestres, the veteran reggaeton duo was a well-oiled hitmaking machine. It had taken them a half-decade to break into the mainstream with Pa'l Mundo (2005), a chart-topping album that spawned a long string of singles, including the number one hit "Llame Pa' Verte." In the wake of Pa'l Mundo, Wisin & Yandel began leveraging their newfound mass appeal: they established their own boutique label (WY Records), formed their own supporting group (Los Vaqueros), and begun flooding the marketplace with product, including a deluxe edition of Pa'l Mundo (featuring the number one hit "Pam Pam"), a group album (Los Vaqueros), a remix album (Los Vaqueros: Wild Wild Mixes), a live CD/DVD (Tomando Control), and a collection of repackaged archival material (2010 Lost Edition). Plus, they were featured on a Top 20 hit by Don Omar ("No Se de Ella 'My Space'") that was as much their song as his, and for good measure, they struck a deal with Microsoft to market the Zune MP3 player. Given the machine-like productivity of Wisin & Yandel throughout 2006 and 2007, it's no surprise that Los Extraterrestres is workmanlike and well-executed, serving up everything fans will expect, beginning with a sure-fire lead single, "Sexy Movimiento" — everything except surprises, that is. At a point in time when fellow reggaeton figureheads such as Daddy Yankee, Tego Calderón, and Calle 13 were pushing the boundaries of the style in their own respective ways, Wisin & Yandel chose to return with a safe album that should do nothing to alienate their fan base. This is good news for those who enjoy state-of-the-art reggaeton without any experimentation, for even the two songs that feature English-language rap artists ("Control," featuring Eve; "Jangueo," Fat Joe) are stylistically straightforward. Moreover, the employment of first-rate producers Nesty, Tainy, El Nasi, and Monserrate and DJ Urba in the place of Wisin & Yandel's former beatmakers-in-chief, Luny Tunes, ensures the quality of the music. Couple this with the veteran approach of Wisin & Yandel, who bring their A-game here, and the result is a new-yet-familiar album sure to please the duo's fan base, and likely grow it as well as the hits mount. [Machete Music's 2008 edition included bonus tracks and a DVD.]