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Elvis Crespo
Wow Flash
Dominican Traditions,Latin Pop,Merengue,Brazilian Traditions
Date of release:
November 21, 2000
Recording location:
Recording Studio, Miami, FL
FLAC vers. size:
1531 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1524 mb
WMA vers. size:
1452 mb
Other formats
4.4 ★

Wow Flash! is Elvis Crespo's third solo recording for Sony Music. Elvis Crespo's latest album, Regresó el Jefe, went on sale on 5 June 2007, with its first single being "La Foto Se Me Borró. He dedicated this album to his niece, Wilmarie Agosto Crespo, who died in a car accident on March 28, 2007. In 2016 Elvis was featured on Deorro's number one hit song "Bailar" which was featured on a Target Corporation Commercial. On March 16, 2009, Crespo married his manager, Maribel Vega, in Puerto Rico.

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Elvis Crespo may be sporting a slick new 'do and designer threads, but his sound remains the same on Wow Flash, his third studio album in as many years. Just try to sit still during the pulsing merengue rhythms of "Bella Flor," "Mi Sol Mi Luna" and "Wow Flash!" That's par for the course with any Crespo album, but it's also part of the problem. This collection-as infectious as it is-is practically interchangeable with Crespo's previous efforts, 1998's Suavemente and 1999's Pintame

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Wow! Flash is the third studio album by Elvis Crespo. The song "Wow Flash" is featured in the film "Training Day" (2001). Is the first album that from singing merengue also contains songs in pop. Wow! Flash. Studio album by. Elvis Crespo. Elvis Crespo Díaz (born July 30, 1971 in New York City) is an American-born Puerto Rican Grammy and Latin Grammy Award-winning merengue singer and songwriter. Elvis Crespo discography. This is a comprehensive listing of official releases by Elvis Crespo, a Puerto Rican Merengue singer. Elvis Crespo has released eight studio albums, 19 singles, and many music videos in the record label Sony BMG. List of Billboard Tropical Albums number ones from the 2000s.

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Song Title: WOW FLASH! First Release Year: 2000.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Wow Flash! Rodolfo Barreras Elvis Crespo 3:15
2 Bella Flor Elvis Crespo Elvis Crespo 4:04
3 No Me Olvidarás Alejandro Jaén / William Paz Elvis Crespo 4:52
4 Mi Sol, Mi Luna Elvis Crespo Elvis Crespo 4:01
5 Me Mata Raldy Vázquez Elvis Crespo 3:43
6 Cuando Me Entrego al Amor Omar Alfanno Elvis Crespo 4:39
7 La Bolita Elvis Crespo / Jan Duclerc Elvis Crespo 3:59
8 La Noche Joe Arroyo / Elvis Crespo Elvis Crespo 4:29
9 Mares de Emoción Meg Evans Elvis Crespo 3:58
10 Solos Tu y Yo Richard Mercado Elvis Crespo 4:38
11 El Regalito Jan Duclerc Elvis Crespo 4:12
12 No Me Olvidarás William Paz Elvis Crespo 4:27
13 Wow Flash! Rodolfo Barreras Elvis Crespo 3:48


J. Aguirre - Vocals (Background)
Rolando Alejandro - Recorder
Omar Alfanno - Composer
Tito Allen - Vocals (Background)
Vic Anesini - Mastering
Joe Arroyo - Composer
Rodolfo Barreras - Composer
Richard Bravo - Drums, Percussion
Junny Brito - Tamboura
Vicente Cusi Castillo - Trumpet
Luis Colon - Vocals (Background)
Elvis Crespo - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Omar Cruz - Photography
Darío del Rosario - Tamboura
Luisín del Rosario - Sax (Alto)
Jorge Diaz - Trombone
Jan Duclerc - Arranger, Composer, Director, Producer, Trumpet
Rafael Estrella - Vocals (Background)
Meg Evans - Composer
Henry Garcia - Vocals (Background)
José Gazmey - Associate Producer, Mixing
Eliezer González - Bass
Miguel Gonzalez - Bass
Peter Hannert - Art Direction
Sonny Hernandez - Engineer
Alejandro Jaén - Composer, Production Director, Vocals (Background)
Pepe Jimenez - Drums, Percussion
Jorge Laboy - Guitar
Oscar Llord - Executive Producer
José Lugo - Arranger, Keyboard Programming, Keyboards, Producer
Ricky Marti - Engineer
Fernando Medina - Violin
Freddy Méndez - Piano
Richard Mercado - Composer
Richard Mercado - Composer, Guira
Mariano Morales - Violin
A. Oliva - Concertina
Corinne Oviedo - Vocals (Background)
Pablo Padín - Bombo, Congas
William Paz - Composer
Richie Perez - Engineer, Mixing Assistant
Rita Quintero - Vocals (Background)
Jaime Ramírez - Piano
Gerardo "Papo" Ríos - Mixing
Ernesto Sanchez - Sax (Baritone)
Ito Serrano - Guitar
Ángel Torres - Sax (Alto)
Tommy Torres - Vocals (Background)
Raldy Vázquez - Composer
Tommy Villarini - Trumpet