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Calle 13 - Calle 13 album download

Calle 13 - Calle 13 album download

Calle 13
Calle 13
Latin Rap,Reggaeton
Recording location:
Abismatico Estudio Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico
MP3 archive size:
1346 mb
FLAC archive size:
1325 mb
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Calle 13 is the eponymous debut studio album of Puerto Rican urban/hip hop band Calle 13, released on November 29, 2005, by White Lion Records. Calle 13 was formed when step-brothers Residente (real name René Pérez Joglar) and Visitante (real name Eduardo José Cabra Martínez) began creating music together in 2004. Before forming the group, Residente obtained a master's degree in art from the Savannah College of Art and Design while Visitante had studied music at the University of Puerto Rico.

Calle 13 es el álbum debut de la banda puertorriqueña homónima, famoso sobre todo por su segundo sencillo Atrévete-te-te. Este album es la razón por la que mucha gente categorizaba a Calle 13 como una banda de reggaeton. Visitante dijo: La verdad es que el primer album solo tenía cuatro reggaetons. Esos fueron usados para propósitos promocionales y de ahí vino la etiqueta. Pero desde el principio, para mi, el reggaeton nunca ofreció nada musicalmente.

On their first album "Hormiga Brava" their sister Ileana Cabra Joglar ("PG-13") supported them with female vocals. Since 2006 Calle 13 has received several Latin Grammy awards.

Calle 13 are not afraid to use the modern music techniques in their Hispanic orientated music. They use electronic influences in their sound, differing them from any other Puerto Rican act. But they stick to their traditional roots too which makes them likeable yet unique and therefore interesting.

The debut release of Calle 13 in late 2005 offered a refreshing alternative to the mass of reggaeton concurrently overrunning popular Latin music. Comprised of vocalist Residente (born René Pérez) and producer Visitante (Eduardo Cabra), the duo isn't a standard reggaeton act. Make no mistake, though. A few songs stand out, most notably "Se Vale To-To" and "¡Atrévete Te, Te!" Too, there are a number of skits interspersed throughout the album, and they're just as much fun as the music. So if you like the urban side of Latin music yet feel put off by the excessive machismo of reggaeton, Calle 13 offers a refreshing alternative. The beats are here, as is the rapping, and you can dance to it, except the emphasis of this duo seems to be wit, whimsy, and creativity rather than just cashing in on the reggaeton gold rush with the same old staple motifs.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Cabe-c-o René Pérez Calle 13 3:34
2 Suave René Pérez Calle 13 3:34
3 La Aguacatona René Pérez Calle 13 feat: Julio Volito 4:01
4 Se Vale To-To René Pérez Calle 13 3:51
5 Ayala (Intel-Lú) Calle 13 0:30
6 Tengo Hambre René Pérez Calle 13 4:05
7 Hormiga Brava Calle 13 3:46
8 La Jirafa René Pérez Calle 13 3:16
9 La Comemielda (Intel-Lú) Calle 13 0:24
10 ¡Atrévete Te, Te! Calle 13 4:01
11 Pi-Di-Di-Di René Pérez Calle 13 4:14
12 Puffy Hablando (Intel-Lú) Calle 13 3:27
13 Vamo Animal René Pérez Calle 13 3:21
14 Eléctrico René Pérez Calle 13 3:49
15 Sin Coro René Pérez Calle 13 3:21
16 La Tripleta René Pérez Calle 13 4:02
17 La Madre de los Enanos René Pérez Calle 13 3:40