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Los Vaqueros, El Regreso


Download links and information about Los Vaqueros, El Regreso by Wisin Yandel. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Latin genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:01:30 minutes.

Artist: Wisin Yandel
Release date: 2011
Genre: Latin
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:01:30
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No. Title Length
1. Intro los Vaqueros (feat. Gallego) 2:20
2. Muévete 3:48
3. Tu Olor 4:04
4. No Dejemos Que Se Apague (feat. 50 Cent & T-Pain) 4:25
5. Se Acabó (feat. Tito El Bambino) 4:24
6. Cállate 4:22
7. Sigan Bailando (feat. Tego Calderón & Franco "El Gorilla") 4:51
8. Fever (feat. Sean Kingston) 3:38
9. Zun Zun Rompiendo Caderas 3:20
10. Perreame (feat. Jowel Y Randy) 4:49
11. Tomando el Control (feat. Jayko & Gadiel) 3:25
12. Mi Tesoro 4:35
13. Suavecito Despacio (feat. Alexis & Fido) 4:49
14. Ya No Queda Amor 4:00
15. Uy, Uy, Uy (feat. Oneil & Franco "El Gorilla") 4:40



Keeping to their consistent schedule of a new studio album every two years (despite working overtime during 2010 to tour and compile the two-volume live collection La Revolución Live), reggateon cowboys Wisin & Yandel return for Los Vaqueros: El Regreso, their eighth studio album. It's an LP that's meant to evoke 2006's crew-laden Los Vaqueros, which firmly established reggaeton's first family with appearances by Don Omar and Franco "El Gorilla", as well as a host of newcomers. This one is similarly studded with nearly a dozen stars and up-and-coming talents. Unlike many of their contemporaries, who clearly can't contain a parade of collaborators in a seamless whole, Wisin & Yandel easily shuttle between pop, urban, and reggaeton with few speed bumps. "No Dejemos Que Se Apague," featuring T-Pain and 50 Cent, segues nicely into the reggaeton-heavy "Se Acabó" featuring Tito el Bambino. Other heavy hitters dot the album, including Tego Calderón, Sean Kingston, and Alexis & Fido. The returning Franco "El Gorilla" gets space for two features: "Sigan Bailando" with Tego, and the album-closing "Uy Uy Uy."