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Original Latin All-Stars - Greatest Hits album download

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Original Latin All-Stars
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Greatest Hits
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Album · 2008 · 11 Songs. Mambo (Latin Version). 11 Songs, 54 Minutes. Released: Oct 7, 2008.

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Greatest Hits (Digitally Remastered). Greatest Hits (Digitally Remastered). Release date 03/16/2012. 4. I Like It Like That. 6. Oye Como Va (Capella's House Mix). 7. Everybody Salsa (Cappella Mix).

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Their remake – released as the second single off the band’s 1970 album, Abraxas, one of the greatest Latin rock albums of all time – passed with flying colors, reaching Number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. With Oye Como Va, Santana successfully set the stage for the Seventies salsa movement and the wider Latin music explosion. As the lead single off Ana Gabriel’s third artist album, Pecado Original, Ay Amor catapulted the Mexican singer-songwriter from rising local act to global artist. Today, its legacy lives on: In 2013, Los Ángeles Azules released Cómo Te Voy A Olvidar, a greatest hits album comprised of re-recorded versions of their various classics featuring Latin pop contemporaries, such as Carla Morrison, Ximena Sariñana and Kinky. This past April, Los Ángeles Azules became the first traditional cumbia group to perform at Coachella.