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Album Review

Shortly after releasing Los Benjamins, the third volume in their ongoing Mas Flow series of mixtape-style albums, reggaeton production crew Luny Tunes went back to the drawing board and began work on La Continuacion. Essentially a deluxe edition of Los Benjamins, La Continuacion includes roughly two and a half hours of music spread over the course of two CDs and one DVD. The first CD is the original edition of Los Benjamins sans the two unlisted bonus tracks that had been tacked onto the end of that album. The second CD is comprised of remixes of key songs from Los Benjamins, in addition to ten new songs, an opening instrumental, and four "bonus tracks" from the previously released compilation Raices del Reggaeton. The DVD includes a few videos. Amid all of this content, the second CD stands out. There are several new songs here that are really good, each of them highlighting emerging young vocalists: "Vete" (Erre-11), "Welcome to My Crib" (Randy), "Camara" (Yomo), "La Distancia" (Arcangel), "Mia" (Yo-Seph), and "I Think I'm in Love" (Ektor). The remixes on this second CD are equally impressive, for the most part surpassing the original mixes, and they're surprisingly daring, as if the Luny Tunes crew felt emboldened to expand its sound. For instance, the "Hello" remix is stripped down to vocals and piano — no beats whatsoever. Since Los Benjamins (i.e., the first disc) had been somewhat of a letdown — no real strides forward, just more of the same, with a handful of clumsy songs that weren't up to par — this new music is a small revelation: it's promising to hear Luny Tunes explore new sounds, step up their songwriting, and in the case of the remixes, improve upon some of their past missteps (especially "Lento," which benefits greatly from the addition of Wisin & Yandel — and consequently the subtraction of some RBD vocals). Released on the heels of Calle 13's exciting Residente o Visitante, with Daddy Yankee's long-awaited El Cartel right around the corner, Los Benjamins: La Continuacion was a well-timed and worthwhile venture for Luny Tunes, who have much to gain from the commercial rise of reggaeton. Hardcore fans will want to shell out the cash necessary to hear the new music here, even if half of La Continuacion was previously released. Casual listeners who don't already own Los Benjamins, on the other hand, are advised to pick up this release instead, even if it's a little more costly. With roughly two and a half hours of music, much of it first-rate, La Continuacion offers more than its money's worth. [Note that the album's credits are occasionally puzzling, with errors printed here and there throughout the packaging (e.g., track 12 on disc two).]

Customer Reviews

Los Benjamin Lo Mejor Conio lol

El diablo eso no me lo esperaba this album came out today i didnt know and I just found out. Ok People this is like the best compaliation ever it has the original Los Benjamin But It has another Disc that is crazy all the songs deserve a full 5 stars. LunyTunes and Tainy se pasaron lo Mejor Los Benjamin. But if you buy the actual Cd it comes with a DVD of Los Benjamin Concert so check that out 2 ok.

Puro Reggaeton

Este Album es puro reggaeton y tiene muchas canciones buenas. Me encanta Camara, MIa, Ando en Esa y mucho mas. No puedo esperar el de Daddy Yankee El Cartel - The Big Boss


I've been waiting for this album such a long time!!! I had to buy it when it came out. Totally one of the best productions that Luny Tunes & Tainy have came out! Amazing Beats none other that the most successful producers in the genre of reggaeton. Totally recommend it. But one concern that I have is that in the credits it says that the song "Sola Y Triste" suppose to come out but it does not! Can Somebody tell me what happend!!


Genre: Latin Urban

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Luny Tunes were reggaeton's first major hitmaking production team, cranking out an assembly line of hit singles, club anthems, and CD mixtapes, all the while collaborating with many of the style's top vocalists. Comprised of Francisco Saldaña (aka Luny; born June 23, 1979) and Víctor Cabrera (aka Tunes; born April 12, 1981), Luny Tunes were given their big break by DJ Nelson, a reggaeton pioneer who recognized their production talents, which had been well showcased on Hector & Tito's A La Reconquista...
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