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Garibaldi - Que Te La Pongo FLAC

Garibaldi - Que Te La Pongo FLAC
Performer:
Garibaldi
Album:
Que Te La Pongo
Style:
Lambada, Cha-Cha, Mambo
Released:
1991
Country:
Spain
Label:
Columbia
Catalog:
657418 6
FLAC size:
1193 mb
MP3 size:
1018 mb
WMA size:
1449 mb


Tracklist


1Que Te La Pongo3:10
2Banana3:56


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
006 1224677, 12 2467 7Garibaldi Que Te La Pongo ‎(7", Single)EMI, EMI006 1224677, 12 2467 7Spain1991
657418 6Garibaldi Que Te La Pongo ‎(12", Maxi, Promo, W/Lbl)Columbia657418 6Spain1991


Album


The name Garibaldi comes from Plaza Garibaldi in Mexico City where mariachi bands can be found. Members Some of the former members, and their current occupations are: Rafael Amaya, actor Agustín Arana, actor Ingrid Coronado,television host Luisa Fernanda, television host Katia Llanos Charly López, restaurateur Patricia Manterola, singermodelactress read more. Que Te La Pongo. Your Rating. Overview . Que te la pongo English translation. Artist: Garibaldi. Song: Que te la pongo 2 translations. Translations: English, Greek. the effect was so great that even the priest called us. Que te la pongo has a double entendre: let me put it for you and let me put it in you. Thanks . A Greek version of the spanish song Que Te La Pongo by me, Jim Jim . Que te la pongo. Released 1990. Que te la pongo Tracklist. Que Te La Pongo Lyrics. Download and listen online Que Te La Pongo by Garibaldi. Genre - Dance. Duration 03:12. Format mp3. Music video. On this page you can download song Garibaldi - Que Te La Pongo in mp3 and listen online. The Latin Dance Collection CD 1. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Que Te La Pongo 1990. Album by Garibaldi. was covered in. O Que Eu Te Ponho by Dominó 1992. Disc IDs 1. Packaging: Jewel Case. Garibaldi was a Mexican pop group, who wore a free version of the traditional charro costume while singing modern version of traditional songs. Their dress and style of music caused controversy in their time. The group remained active from 1988 through 1994. The group was created by Mexican TV producer Luis de Llano Macedo during the celebration of the 175 years of Mexican Independence in the musical