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De Vuelta Al Barrio

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Download links and information about De Vuelta Al Barrio by Chichi Peralta. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Latin genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 54:06 minutes.

Artist: Chichi Peralta
Release date: 2000
Genre: Latin
Tracks: 16
Duration: 54:06
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Servicios Publicos 0:28
2. Desengano 4:06
3. De Vuelta Al Barrio 4:26
4. Amor 0:37
5. Sin Cortinas 4:04
6. Con Solo un Beso 4:52
7. Hasta Que Lo Pierde 5:42
8. El Beso de Judas 3:36
9. Baila Venga Chichi 4:41
10. Fuego de Amor 4:38
11. Mensaje Campesino 0:50
12. Soledad 4:58
13. Si No Te Veo 3:40
14. Arreame Lo Bueye 0:21
15. La Morena 5:24
16. Debajo del Agua 1:43

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Chichi Peralta is from the Dominican Republic, but unlike other Dominican vocalists, he doesn't sing merengue or bachata exclusively. Instead, merengue and bachata are only two weapons in the arsenal of the Latin pop/tropical singer, whose second Caiman album, De Vuelta Al Barrio, incorporates a variety of Latin elements. The charismatic Peralta isn't the least bit predictable, and you never know from one song to the next what Latin styles he's going to draw on. Dominican music (namely merengue and bachata) and Afro-Cuban salsa are perhaps the strongest influences on Peralta's Latin pop, but during this CD, he also incorporates everything from Puerto Rican plena to Colombian vallenato (Columbia's most prominent alternative to the famous cumbia rhythm) to Brazilian samba. One hears traces of Rio de Janeiro-ish Brazilian pop on "Desengaño," whereas "La Morena" is closer to the Afro-Brazilian/Bahian axé style of northeastern Brazil. At times, Peralta brings non-Latin elements to his Latin pop/tropical foundation; African pop is a definite influence on Peralta, and the singer manages to fuse Latin pop with Indian raga on "El Beso de Judas." Meanwhile, "Baila Venga Chichi" unites merengue with hip-hop. De Vuelta Al Barrio is recommended to anyone who likes Latin pop that is ambitious and forward-thinking.