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|Tiempo De Remixes|
|Compilation album by|
|Genre||New Wave, Synth pop, Eurodance|
|Cetu Javu chronology|
Tiempo De Remixes is a compilation of remixes by Cetu Javu released in 1994. It consists of 5 remixed tracks followed by the 5 tracks in their original form.
All songs written by Cetu Javu.
Raulín Marte Rodríguez is a bachata artist, one of the first major bachata artists to have international success and popularize this style of music in the Dominican Republic.
Thalía's Hits Remixed is a remix album by Latin pop singer Thalía released on 25 February 2003 in North America. It contains remixes of many of her hits, such as "Amor a la Mexicana", "Piel Morena", "No Me Enseñaste" and "Tú y Yo." It also contains the English version of "Arrasando", called "It's My Party" that was released only on CD single back in 2001 and the previously unreleased medley that Thalía recorded especially for her the 2001 Latin Grammy Awards performance. It was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. In the Japanese version, the remix of "The Mexican "' used was the "Hex Hector-Mac Qualye Radio Remix".
Luis Segura, is a popular traditional Dominican singer who refers to himself as 'The Father of Bachata'. He is considered one of the best interpreters of traditional bachata with hits like "Pena por ti", "Dicen", and "No me celes tanto". Segura's first recordings were in the 1960s but it wasn't until his release of "Pena por ti" in the early 1970s that Segura hit stardom.
Víctor Manuel San José Sánchez is a Spanish singer-songwriter. He has been married to the Spanish singer and actress Ana Belén since 1972. He and his wife are considered symbols of the Spanish Transition, and his songs and albums often feature boldly-titled works with social and political content.
El Tren de los Momentos is the eighth studio album recorded by Spanish singer-songwriter Alejandro Sanz, It was released by WEA Latina on November 7, 2006. which counts with the collaborations of Juanes, Antonio Carmona (ex-Ketama), Shakira and Calle 13. It contains ten songs produced by him and Lulo Pérez and this diversity of voices allows approaching social, political and faith topics from differing points of view.
Grupo Montéz de Durango or Montéz de Durango is a Regional Mexican band that specializes in the Duranguense genre. They are based out of Aurora, Illinois, and are well known in the United States, Mexico and Central America.
Mano a Mano is collaboration album from the singer-songwriters Luis Eduardo Aute and Silvio Rodríguez from Spain and Cuba respectively.
Luny Tunes are a two-part producing group featuring Francisco Saldaña (Luny) and Víctor Cabrera (Tunes), which have produced many songs. Following is an incomplete list of almost every song they have produced.
Ñejo & Dálmata, also known as Ñejo y Dálmata, are a reggaeton duo from Ponce, Puerto Rico. Ñejo was born June 20, 1975 & Dálmata was born February 27, 1979. They had worked together in collaborations with other reggaeton artists before they released their duo album Broke & Famous in 2007 which peaked at 8 on the 'Billboard Latin Rhythms Albums Chart" and at 9 on the "Top Heatseekers Chart", as well as a number of their singles also charting on Billboard.
Pablo Flores is a Puerto Rican DJ, record producer, remixer and arranger.
Leonardo Paniagua is one of the Dominican Republic's most popular bachata musicians. He emerged from obscurity to overnight stardom in the 1970s, when he recorded his first 45rpm record, "Amada, Amante" for Discos Guarachita.
Bonny Cepeda is a merengue artist, band leader and producer. In 1986 he was nominated for a Grammy Award for Top Tropical Latin Performance for his album, Noche de Discotheque.
Verónica Merchant is a Mexican actress who played the role of Mariana Romero Vargas in the Mexican telenovela Corazón salvaje.
Wibal & Alex are a Puerto Rican reggaeton duo, consisting of José Rivera (Wibal) and José Díaz (Alex).
Noriega is a reggaeton producer alongside Luny Tunes. The following is an incomplete list of almost every song he has produced.
Where Is Where is the second album by Cetu Javu, released in 1992.
"A Dónde" is a 1989 single by German synthpop band Cetu Javu. The song was released as a single in Spain and appeared on their 1990 debut album Southern Lands. The extended version originally featured as the B-side to "So Strange". A new 12" remix version b/w "Una Mujer" was released in 1993. Mexican band Sentidos Opuestos recorded a cover version of the song and was included on their album Viviendo del Futuro in 1997.
"La Popola" is a song by Puerto Rican reggaetón recording artist Glory, from her debut studio album, Glou (2005). It was composed by Glory, produced by Eliel and released as the album's lead single. The song originally appeared on Eliel's El Que Habla Con Las Manos in 2004. It was banned in the Dominican Republic for its vulgar lyrical content.
Grupo Yndio is a Mexican band from Sonora founded in 1972, by some of the members of the dissolute Los Pulpos.