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En Vivo Desde Paris

Shakira  Main Performer

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1 Pienso en Ti    
2 Why Wait    
3 Te Dejo Madrid    
4 Si Te Vas    
5 Whenever, Wherever    
6 Inevitable    
7 Nothing Else Matters    
8 Despedida    
9 Gypsy    
10 La Tortura    
11 Ciega, Sordomuda    
12 Gordita    
13 Sale el Sol    
14 Las de la Intuición    
15 Loca    
16 She Wolf    
17 Ojos Así    
18 Antes de las Seis    
19 Hips Don't Lie    
20 Waka Waka (Esto Es África)    
21 Je L'aime a Mourir (La Quiero a Morir)    
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En Vivo Desde Paris

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Label: Sony Music Latin

Style: Dance-Pop

En Vivo Desde Paris

UPC: 886979406094

Release Date: 12/06/2011

Original Release Date: 12/06/2011

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Pienso en Ti, Why Wait, Te Dejo Madrid, Si Te Vas, Whenever, Wherever, Inevitable, Nothing Else Matters, Despedida, Gypsy, La Tortura, Ciega, Sordomuda, Gordita, Sale el Sol, Las de la Intuición, Loca, She Wolf, Ojos Así, Antes de las Seis, Hips Don't Lie, Waka Waka (Esto Es África), Je L'aime a Mourir (La Quiero a Morir)]
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Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Combining highlights from two concerts performed in Paris in June of 2011, En Vivo Desde París is a live set available as either a Blu-ray, DVD, or CD, all containing a similar program (the CD runs 19 tracks, while the video contains the full 22-song program). Supporting her 2010 album Sale el Sol and, particularly, its hit single “Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)," Shakira leans heavily on glitzy electro-dance crossovers but finds room for quieter moments, whether it’s a stripped-down cover of Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters” or her own “Gypsy,” keeping the momentum running throughout a lengthy set, then bringing down the house with “Waka Waka.” Certainly, the video versions of En Vivo Desde París give a greater indication of the size of the spectacle, not to mention how they emphasize Shakira’s intense charisma, but as an album this envelops you with its energy. [A DVD version was also released.] ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi