LAS CHICAS DEL CAN PEGANDO FUEGO 12" Vinyl LP Album

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

  "Las Chicas Del Can" is a famous and extremely successful all-female merengue group from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Originally created by Wilfrido Vargas, several teams of female vocalists and musicians have alternately performed under the name "Las Chicas del Can" throughout the group's history.

  Originally founded in 1982, "Las Chicas del Can" performed hit after hit throughout the eighties, and a great number of their singles and albums achieved gold and/or platinum status. Hits such as "El Negro No Puede", "La Media María", Sukaína, "Juana la Cubana", Culeca, "Ta' Pillao", Fuego, Fiebre, and Las Pequeñas Cosas are now considered "classics" of merengue music.

 Band-members of "Las Chicas Del Can" have been: Lead singer "Belkis Concepción" left the group early in its history to go solo in 1985. Singers "Míriam Cruz" (the uncrowned queen of the Merengue) and "Eunice Betances" then teamed up and got vocal support from, among others, Luchy Betances (younger sister of Eunice) and Verónica Medina. Medina herself then went solo in 1987.

 

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Album Description: 

"Las Chicas Del Can" is a famous and extremely successful all-female merengue group from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Originally created by Wilfrido Vargas, several teams of female vocalists and musicians have alternately performed under the name "Las Chicas del Can" throughout the group's history.

Originally founded in 1982, "Las Chicas del Can" performed hit after hit throughout the eighties, and a great number of their singles and albums achieved gold and/or platinum status. Hits such as "El Negro No Puede", "La Media María", Sukaína, "Juana la Cubana", Culeca, "Ta' Pillao", Fuego, Fiebre, and Las Pequeñas Cosas are now considered "classics" of merengue music.

Lead singer "Belkis Concepción" left the group early in its history to go solo in 1985. Singers "Míriam Cruz" (the uncrowned queen of the Merengue) and "Eunice Betances" then teamed up and got vocal support from, among others, Luchy Betances (younger sister of Eunice) and Verónica Medina. Medina herself then went solo in 1987.

Music Genre:

Dominican Merengue Bachata, Latina Chicas 

Collector's info:

Las Chicas del Can members are: Ana Maria Cruz, Nancy Perez, Maria Acosta, Xioma Quelis, Vilma Frias, Zunilda Veras, Maria Teresa Dominguez, Romina Rojas, Josefina Perez, Eunices Betances, Miriam Cruz, Amaura Marinez

Album Production Information:

Produced by Wilfrido Vargas

Record Label Information:

SonoTone Latin Records SO-0403

Media Format:

12" Full-Length Vinyl LP 
Album weight: 210 gram  

Year & Country:

1986 Made in the USA
Band Members and Musicians on: Las Chicas del Can Pegando Fuego
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The Song/tracks on "Las Chicas del Can Pegando Fuego " are

    Side One:
  • Pegando Fuego
  • La Contrabandista
  • La Hija de Nadie
  • Youlin
  • Let the Rhythm
    Side Two:
  • Tengo Ganas de Vevir
  • Zapato de Tacon Alto
  • Mientras te Amo
  • Fiebre
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LAS CHICAS DEL CAN - Los Grandes Exitos Super Dance Mix 12" Vinyl LP
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SONO Latin Records SD-1430 , 1989 , USA

"Las Chicas del Can - Los Grandes Exitos Super Dance Mix" is a captivating 12" LP Vinyl Album showcasing the vibrant merengue rhythms of the renowned all-girl band from Santo Domingo. Flourishing in the 1980s, the compilation features their top hits, including the infectious "Juana La Cubana" and the rhythmic "Sukaina." This musical anthology captures the essence of an era and the enduring charm of Las Chicas del Can.

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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," the fourth official album by the Dominican all-female music ensemble "Las Chicas Del Can," set ablaze the music scene upon its 1986 release. This 12" Vinyl LP showcased the group's fiery talent, leaving an indelible mark on the era's cultural landscape. With infectious rhythms and compelling vocals, the album's contribution to the vibrant musical tapestry of the time remains a testament to the group's enduring impact.

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LAS CHICAS DEL CAN - Sumbaleo
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Palm Pro 10.284 , 1990 , Venezuela

In 1990, Las Chicas del Can's "Sumbaleo" 12" Vinyl LP, produced by Wilfrido Vargas, made a significant impact in the thriving merengue scene. With a stellar lineup of musicians led by Maria Acosta, the album's fusion of traditional and contemporary elements resonated globally. Its enduring legacy continues to influence and inspire, marking a pivotal moment in the evolution of merengue music.

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LAS CHICAS DE NUEVA YORK - Mejor Que Nunca
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Alegria Records , 1989 , USA

"Mejor Que Nunca", the 12" vinyl LP by "Chicas de Nueva York", shines with the talents of Jackie Sanchez, Rosa Melendez, Lucia "Kenny" Diaz, and Asia Gonzalez. Produced by the skilled hands of Raphy Pou, this album embodies their finest work. With captivating harmonies and melodies, it's a musical journey that proves they're better than ever.

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