LAS CHICAS DEL CAN LOS GRANDES EXITOS SUPER DANCE MIX 12" LP VINYL ALBUM

  "LAS CHICAS DEL CAN" is a all-girls merengue band from Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic and was very popular in the 1980s. This "Los Grandes Exitos" is a compilation with the best of "Las Chicas Del Can" and include hits like "Juana La Cubana" , "Sukaina" and many others.

 

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Music Genre:

 
1980s Dominican Merengue 

Album Production Information:

 

The album: "LAS CHICAS DEL CAN - Los Grandes Exitos Super Dance Mix" was produced by: Palma Pro

 

Record Label Information:

 
SONO Latin Records SD-1430

Media Format:

 
12" LP Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 250 gram  

Year & Country:

 
1989 Made in US
Complete Track-listing of the album "LAS CHICAS DEL CAN - Los Grandes Exitos Super Dance Mix"

The detailed tracklist of this record "LAS CHICAS DEL CAN - Los Grandes Exitos Super Dance Mix" is:

    Track-listing Side One:
  1. Juana La Cubana
  2. Sukaina
  3. Comeme
  4. Youlin
  5. Quedate Conmigo Esta Noche
  6. La Hija de Nadie
    Track-listing Side Two:
  1. Mi General
  2. Fiebre
  3. Asi es Que Me Papi Me Quiere
  4. Pegando Fuego
  5. La Contrabandista
  6. Papi Tu

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Las Chicas Del Can Band Information:

 Chicas del Can was a popular all-female merengue group from the Dominican Republic that rose to prominence in the 1980s and 1990s. The group consisted of several talented vocalists and musicians who combined their skills to create catchy, upbeat music that captivated audiences throughout the Caribbean and Latin America.

 The group was founded in 1983 by Wilfrido Vargas , a renowned musician and bandleader who had previously achieved significant success with his own merengue group. Chicas del Can was initially comprised of six members, including singers Belkis ConcepciĆ³n, Luchy Vicioso, and Mily Quezada, as well as instrumentalists Aura Rivas, Marina Franco, and Patricia Pereyra.

 From their early beginnings, Chicas del Can stood out for their unique sound and energetic performances. They quickly gained a loyal following of fans, and their popularity only continued to grow as they released hit after hit. Some of their most popular songs include "Juana la Cubana," "El Negro No Puede," and "La Loba."

 One of the key reasons for Chicas del Can's success was the group's ability to blend traditional merengue rhythms with contemporary pop and rock influences. They were known for their catchy hooks and memorable lyrics, which often addressed themes of love, heartbreak, and social justice. Their music was also infused with a strong sense of female empowerment, as the group's members sought to challenge traditional gender roles and stereotypes through their art.

 Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Chicas del Can toured extensively throughout the Caribbean and Latin America, performing at festivals and concerts to sold-out crowds. They also won numerous awards and accolades for their music, including several Latin Grammy nominations.

 Sadly, the group disbanded in 1998, after 15 years of creating music together. However, their legacy lives on, and their music continues to inspire and entertain fans around the world. Chicas del Can paved the way for other all-female merengue groups, and their influence can still be heard in contemporary Latin pop and dance music.

LAS CHICAS DEL CAN - Los Grandes Exitos Super Dance Mix 12" Vinyl LP

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SONO Latin Records SD-1430 , 1989 , USA

A compilation with the best of "Las Chicas Del Can" and include hits like "Juana La Cubana" , "Sukaina"

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LAS CHICAS DEL CAN - Pegando Fuego 12" Vinyl LP

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SonoTone Latin Records SO-0403 , 1986 , USA

"Pegando Fuego" is the fourth official album by the Dominican all-female music group "Las Chicas Del Can" and was released in 1986.

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LAS CHICAS DEL CAN - Sumbaleo 12" Vinyl LP

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Palm Pro 10.284 , 1990 , Venezuela

Sumbaleo is the seventh official album by the Dominican all-female music group "Las Chicas Del Can" and was released in 1990.

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LAS CHICAS DE NUEVA YORK - Mejor Que Nunca 12" Vinyl LP

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Alegria Records , 1989 , USA

"Las Chicas de Nueva York" with Jackie Sanchez, Rosa Melendez, Lucia "Kenny" Diaz, Asia Gonzalez, Produced by Raphy Pou.

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What is Merengue Music

 Merengue is a style of music and dance that originated in the Dominican Republic. It is characterized by a fast and upbeat rhythm, typically played with a combination of percussion instruments such as the tambora, guira, and accordion. The music has African and European influences and is known for its catchy melodies and lively energy.

 Merengue is also a popular dance style, typically danced in pairs with a lot of hip and foot movements, as well as quick, tight turns. It is a social dance and is often performed at parties, festivals, and other events. Merengue has become a popular genre of Latin music around the world and has influenced many other styles of music and dance.