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Oye!

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"¡Oye!"
Gloria!
Released 1998
Format CD Single
CD Maxi single
Cassette single
12" Vinyl Single
Recorded 1997–98
Genre Club-Dance/House
Length 04:40
Label Epic
Gloria Estefan singles chronology

"Heaven's What I Feel" / "Corazón Prohibido"
(1998)
"¡Oye!"
(1998)
"Cuba Libre"
(1998)

"¡Oye!" (Listen! or Hey!) is a song by Gloria Estefan, released as the second single from her eighth studio album Gloria!.

Song information

"¡Oye!" is the song that bears the most resemblance to a club song on the entire album and probably the one that become most popular with this release. Unfortunately, when the single was to be released in the U.S. it was withdrawn and canceled. However the single was released worldwide and made it onto the highest position on other charts.

The song earned a Billboard Latin Music Award for "Best Latin Club-Dance Track of the Year".

The video was directed by colombian director Gustavo Garzón.

Formats and track listings

These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of "Oye!".

Europe CD Maxi single (666116 2)

  1. "¡Oye!" (Radio Edit)
  2. "¡Oye!" (Pablo Flores English Remix Radio Edit)
  3. "¡Oye!" (Mijangos Latin Radio Edit)
  4. "¡Oye!" (Rosabel's Cubarican English Radio Edit)
  5. "¡Oye!" (Pablo Flores 12" Mix)

Australia CD Maxi single (666306 2)

  1. "¡Oye!" (Radio Edit)
  2. "Heaven's What I Feel" (Love To Infinity Classic Radio Long)
  3. "Gloria's Hitmix" (Short Version)
  4. "¡Oye!" (Mijangos Latin Mix)
  5. "¡Oye!" (Pablo Flores 12" Mix)
  6. "¡Oye!" (Mijangos Club Mix)

Charts

Chart (1998) Peak
position
Australia Top 40 Singles Chart 40
Eurochart Hot 100 62
France Top 100 Singles Chart 39
Spain Top 40 Singles Chart 1
UK Top 75 Singles Chart 33
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play 1
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks 1
U.S. Billboard Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay 1

Official versions

Original versions

  1. Album Version – 4:40
  2. Radio Edit #1 – 3:52
  3. Radio Edit #2 – 4:17

Remixes

  1. Pablo Flores 12" Mix – 8:24
  2. Pablo Flores Dub Mix – 5:10
  3. Pablo Flores English Remix Radio Edit – 4:18
  4. Pablo Flores Spanish Remix Radio Edit – 4:17
  5. Rosabel's Cubarican Club Mix – 9:55
  6. Rosabel's Cubarican Club Edit – 7:35
  7. Rosabel's Cubarican English Radio Edit – 3:51
  8. Rosabel's Cubarican Spanish Radio Edit – 3:51
  9. Rosabel's Data-Flash Dub – 8:13
  10. Rosabel's Havana Dub – 8:05
  11. Mijangos Latin Mix w/ English Vocals – 9:41
  12. Mijangos Latin Mix w/ Spanish Vocals – 9:41
  13. Mijangos Latin Radio Edit – 4:00
  14. Mijangos English Radio Edit – 4:00
  15. Mijangos House Dub – 8:09
  16. Mijangos Club Mix w/ English Vocals – 8:25
  17. Mijangos Club Mix w/ Spanish Vocals – 8:25
  18. Hex Hector 12" Mix – 7:50
  19. Hex Hector Radio Mix – 4:00
  20. Hex Hector Dub – 7:30
  21. Hex Hector Bonus Beats – 4:00
  22. DJ Greek's Dark Club Mix – 6:24
  23. DJ Greek's Caliente Mix – 5:10
  24. Clamaran & Pautrat's Club Mix – 7:28
  25. Clamaran & Pautrat's Radio Edit – 3:46
  26. Clamaran & Pautrat's Ultra Dub + Voices – 7:15
  27. Clamaran & Pautrat's Ultra Dub – 6:42

See also

External links

  • Lyrics with English translation
  • Gloria Estefan Discography Database
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