El Regreso de los Reyes

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El Regreso de los Reyes
Los Super Reyes El Regreso De Los Reyes.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 14, 2007
Recorded2007
Genre Cumbia
Length50:55
Label Warner Music Latina
Producer Cruz Martínez
Cruz Martínez y Los Super Reyes chronology
El Regreso de los Reyes
(2007)
Cumbia con Soul
(2009)
Edición Real
Los Super Reyes El Regreso De Los Reyes Edicion Real.jpg
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Muévelo" Cruz Martínez, Jimmy Gómez, Marcos Sifuentes, Tony Butler, Byron Smith, Garfield Baker3:54
2."Oye Mi Amor" (featuring Magic Juan)Cruz Martínez, Magic Juan, Abel Talamantez3:43
3."Nada Nos Va a Separar" Claudia Brant, Andrew Thomas4:02
4."Serenata (Estrellita Mía)"Cruz Martínez, Alicia Villarreal 3:25
5."Mírame (No Controles)"Cruz Martínez, Abel Talamantez, Marcos Sifuentes, Fernando Domínguez3:25
6."Si Pudiera"Cruz Martínez, Obie Bermúdez 3:19
7."Interlude – Yo Seré" 0:22
8."Yo Seré" (featuring Slim, Megga, Pryme Status and Big Metra)Cruz Martinez, Abel Talamantez, Pryme Status, Fernando Domínguez4:07
9."El Rey" (featuring Megga, Menor and Big Metra) José Alfredo Jiménez 4:07
10."Outro – You Gonna Lose" 0:56
11."Muchacha Triste" (featuring Dax "El Coyote")Luis Alva3:26
12."Roses"Fernando Domínguez, Eric Harper4:16
13."La Neta" (featuring Zion)Cruz Martínez, Félix Ortiz, Frank Pangelinan3:31
14."Quédate Más (I Want You Back)" Berry Gordy Jr., Freddie Perren, Deke Richards, Alphonzo Mizell 3:27
15."Perfect Girl" (featuring Frankie J and Damon Reel)Cruz Martínez, Frankie J. Bautista, Brian Stone3:29
16."Outro – Give It Up Bud" 1:31
Royal Edition
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Muévelo" Cruz Martínez, Jimmy Gómez, Marcos Sifuentes, Tony Butler, Byron Smith, Garfield Baker3:54
2."Oye Mi Amor" (featuring Magic Juan)Cruz Martínez, Magic Juan, Abel Talamantez 3:43
3."Nada Nos Va a Separar"Claudia Brant, Andrew Thomas4:02
4."Serenata (Estrellita Mía)"Cruz Martínez, Alicia Villarreal 3:25
5."Mírame (No Controles)"Cruz Martínez, Abel Talamantez, Marcos Sifuentes, Fernando Domínguez3:25
6."Si Pudiera"Cruz Martínez, Obie Bermúdez 3:19
7."Interlude – Yo Seré" 0:22
8."Yo Seré" (featuring Slim, Megga, Pryme Status and Big Metra)Cruz Martínez, Abel Talamantez, Pryme Status, Fernando Domínguez4:07
9."El Rey" (featuring Megga, Menor and Big Metra) José Alfredo Jiménez 4:07
10."Outro – You Gonna Lose" 0:56
11."Muchacha Triste" (featuring Dax "El Coyote")Luis Alva3:26
12."La Neta" (featuring Zion)Cruz Martínez, Félix Ortiz, Frank Pangelinan3:31
13."Quédate Más (I Want You Back)" Berry Gordy Jr., Freddie Perren, Deke Richards, Alphonzo Mizell 3:27
14."Perfect Girl" (featuring Frankie J and Damon Reel)Cruz Martínez, Frankie J. Bautista, Brian Stone3:29
15."Outro – Give It Up Bud" 1:31
16."Muévelo (Banda Remix)"Cruz Martínez, Jimmy Gómez, Marcos Sifuentes, Tony Butler, Byron Smith, Garfield Baker3:15
17."Muévelo (Reggaeton Remix)"Cruz Martínez, Jimmy Gómez, Marcos Sifuentes, Tony Butler, Byron Smith, Garfield Baker3:48
18."Si Pudiera (Pop Version)"Cruz Martínez, Obie Bermúdez3:20
19."Si Pudiera (Bachata Version)"Cruz Martínez, Obie Bermúdez3:27
Royal Edition DVD
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Muévelo" Cruz Martínez, Jimmy Gómez, Marcos Sifuentes, Tony Butler, Byron Smith, Garfield Baker3:54
2."Serenata (Estrellita Mía)"Cruz Martínez, Alicia Villarreal 3:25
3."Muchacha Triste"Luis Alva3:26
4."Yo Seré"Cruz Martínez, Abel Talamantez, Pryme Status, Fernando Domínguez4:07

Personnel

Los Super Reyes

Charts

Chart (2007)Peak
position
US Billboard 200 [3] 130
US Billboard Top Latin Albums [4] 3
US Billboard Regional Mexican Albums [5] 1

Sales and certifications

RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Mexico (AMPROFON) [6] Gold50,000^
United States (RIAA) [7] Platinum (Latin)100,000^

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

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References

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  6. "Certificaciones" (in Spanish). Asociación Mexicana de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas.Type Cruz Martínez y Los Super Reyes in the box under the ARTISTA column heading and El Regreso de los Reyes in the box under the TÍTULO column heading.
  7. "American album certifications – Cruz Martínez y Los Super Reyes – El Regreso de los Reyes". Recording Industry Association of America.