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A lot of people feel that Sonora Caruseles' best CD yet is "Con Todos los Hierros". I own 4 Cd's and another CD one is on its method to me as I write this. "La Salsa la Traigo Yo" is a production and musical arrangement masterpiece. This CD is Sonora Carruseles', non-compilation, king of the hill s, I mean it is even better than "Con Todos los Hierros". Even the only bia song in the album is better, in my opinion, than the only bia song in "Con Todos los Hierros". The only two songs I think you would not play at a Club here in the States are "Pachanga Pa' Orinte" and "Repica el Tambor (this second one is because most of the song is too slow for most demands). But Sonora Carruseles is very famous in Clubs and dance halls in Europe and in the oriental countries and "Pachanga Pa' Oriente" could be played in clubs there. "Repica el Tambor" is a montuno salsa rhythm, and so it is slower than the other salsa songs in the CD.I will even go as far as saying that this CD is the best Salsa, non-compilation, album ever created by a single salsa band or single salsa performer. My favorite song of the whole album is track number 2, Cocinando. I have a feeling that most DJ's will have a hard time finding/picking the one song which will be the star track of the album, because it is filled with such a fine quality of musical ruseles does not have any poor CD's in my opinion.I would never suggest to anyone to buy a "Greatest Hits" album of Sonora Carruseles. Too a lot of amazing songs would be left out of the CD since you can only fit so much. And they have so a lot of amazing songs to fill more than 2 CD'nora Carruseles does to Salsa what Juan Luis Guerra did to Bachata and arguably to Merengue. Juan Luis Guerra took bachata and merengue to another level of sophistication and beauty and, in the case of Bachata, catapulted its fame. Sonora Carruseles and the other salsa band, Fruko y Sus Tesos, took Salsa to another level of sophistication, and elegance and yet maintained the Hard Salsa (Salsa Brava) and Boogaloo element of their melody and persuaded more people from around the globe to love salsa.I am from Puerto Rico and not Colombian, so I am not being biased about Sonora Carruseles. If the latino youth now days steps a small bit away from reggaeton and rap and more of them indulged themselves in the clean, yet very fun melody of Caribe/Latino Jazz, then maybe we would have more Benny More's, Ray Barreto's, Eddie Palmieri's, @#$% Puente's, Willy Colon's, Pete Rodriguez's, Ruben Blades', Sonora Carruseles', etc.