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|1. Se Nos Muere El Amor|
|3. Dime Que No|
|5. Si El Norte Fuera El Sur|
|6. Te Conozco|
|8. Historia de Taxi|
|9. Tarde (Sin Daños A Terceros)|
|11. A Tí|
|12. Tu Reputación|
|13. Señora De Las Cuatro Decadas|
|14. Jesús Verbo No Sustantivo|
|16. Realmente No Estoy Tan Solo|
Special Edition 2008 of reissue of Quien Dijo Ayer which was one of the hit albums of 2007. This special CD version includes 16 tracks, two of which were bonus tracks that became radio hits right after their release, reaching the top of the Latin radio charts. This album includes tracks that marked Arjona's career during the years. The songs that made history are now heard as bonus tracks with familiar lyrics but with fresh sounds.
Ricardo Arjona could have gone the standard route with Quién Dijo Ayer, and it still would have been a solid hits collection. But the Guatemalan singer and songwriter has rarely been about obvious pop choices. Quién Dijo Ayer is no different. Arjona has made the double-disc collection a sweet look back that still keeps firm footing in the present and in the future. To be sure, he includes the original versions of some of his biggest hits ("Mujeres," "Senora de Las Cuatro Decadas"). But Arjona recasts his trademark tunes with new arrangements, newly recorded vocals and guest stars, resulting in an exciting new project. "Te Conozco" finds a new sense of poignancy and "Historia de Taxi" is reborn as a shimmering salsa collaboration with Marc Anthony. Arjona also enlists Marta Sanchez, Eros Ramazzotti, and Sandro for fresh spins on old friends. The disc includes a trio of new tunes, including the terrific "Quién," that fit perfectly alongside the hits. Arjona's own voice, always appealingly emotive, adds extra layers of depth to every thoughtful lyric. --Joey Guerra --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.