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Thievery Corporation — Exilio (Exile)
Album: The Richest Man in Babylon
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Released: 2002
Length: 2:51
Plays (last 30 days): 1
...le le la lo la le...
Ven, Ven
Ven, Ven
Ven, Vente a gozar

Ven, Ven
Ven, Ven
Ven, Vente a bailar

Nuestra persistencia y nuestra alegría
Identifican nuestra raza, latina.
Hemos salido de nuestra tierra
Huyendo de los problemas
Corriendo de las balas
Buscando mirar una oportunidad
Para mejorar

Paz, Paz, Paz pide la gente
Paz, Paz, Paz pide la mente
Las escopetas...
Paz, Paz, Paz pide la gente
Paz, Paz, Paz pide la mente
Las escopetas también dicen

Y la violencia trae la violencia
La corrupción la destrucción
¿Honestidad donde te has ido?
Que no te encuentro ya...

...le le la lo la le...
Ven, Ven
Ven, Ven
Ven, Vente a gozar

Ven, Ven
Ven, Ven
Ven, Vente a bailar
Comments (45)add comment
 SquiddlyDiddly wrote:
There is MUCH better Thievery Corp stuff than this track. . . bill?. . . Bill? BILL? ? ? ? Lebanese Blonde
Heaven's Gonna Burn Your Eyes
Until the Morning Have a look - you will NOT be disapointed
 
Now there are 29 tracks in the library {#Notworthy}  {#Sunny}
¡Todo esta bien chévere!
Love it!


I don't always listen to internet radio, but when I do, I prefer Radio Paradise. 
This sounds too much like Hugo Chavez for my taste
Thievery, yes yes yes! {#Sunny}
 rdo wrote:
Poacher from 2004?  Wow, that must make you like the dean of the comment board.

 
2004? I think you will find I have been here before that! I found RP just after iTunes was launched early 2001 and not long after RP started broadcasting. At that time you only listened and there were no registered members, but the format was much the same. 

There were very few online radio shows at that time, but even then RP was head and shoulders above anything else out there. It is truly amazing to have witnessed the development of this site and while I do go off from time to time to listen to other places, I still get drawn back here because of the sheer quality. 

Yay!



 Poacher wrote:
There is MUCH better Thievery Corp stuff than this track. . . bill?. . . Bill? BILL? ? ? ? Lebanese Blonde
Heaven's Gonna Burn Your Eyes
Until the Morning Have a look - you will NOT be disapointed
 

Poacher from 2004?  Wow, that must make you like the dean of the comment board.
Thievery corporation - because Haliburton was taken....
 Strada4Ever wrote:
Paz necesita mi tierra!!
 

I believe your wish came true.
 Juano wrote:
When I left my country to come to Canada, I used to walk or take public transportation to go anywhere. My only company were an Ipod with +3000 thousands, almost always on shuffle. For some reason, this song came very often. Listening to it, looking at strangers faces in foreign country, gives you a special bond in your memory...
 

Know what you mean. I used to listen to Oscar de León and Hector Lavoe on the Tube during my London years, so I now have this weird association in my mind: whenever I listen to Fania or old salas maestros I don´t see images of Puerto Rico or New York, but of gritty London tube stations. But you are spot on with your last observation.
Stay thirsty, my friends!
All things thievery are good, straight up {#Mrgreen}
 Strada4Ever wrote:
Paz necesita mi tierra!!
 
What kind of peace? The president peace maybe? i really don´t know!

Paz necesita mi tierra!!
When I left my country to come to Canada, I used to walk or take public transportation to go anywhere. My only company were an Ipod with +3000 thousands, almost always on shuffle. For some reason, this song came very often. Listening to it, looking at strangers faces in foreign country, gives you a special bond in your memory...
Gosh - what a great set of music for the past hour or so!  {#Clap}  {#Dancingbanana_2}
great vibes

earth2claire wrote:
move your caderas gente.
Alegria total!
EssexTex wrote:
This is a good example of why RP is the best station around...diversity...it broadens the mind.
:yes:
Lo lei la la la la.
Good song. The remix of this song off of Babylon Rewound is really good. Thanks to Radio Paradise for introducing me to this group!
This is a good example of why RP is the best station around...diversity...it broadens the mind.
groove.
move your caderas gente.
RichardPrins wrote:
:bounce:
What he said.
...Okay...is he saying " Bling-bling"?
masterhead wrote:
No the questionis why isn't there any songs by Ruben Blades???
I agree!! Anything by Blades would be nice. In particular, tracks from Tiempos and Mundo, which could probably be categorized (categories suck!) more as "world" music rather than salsa, would be fitting with the general feel here at RP.
:bounce:
yiyiyiyi let's salsa!
Paz pide la gente :goodvibes.gif:
First Pineapple Thieves, Now Thievery Corp.? What the...?
dissen wrote:
why isn't there any songs by kruder and dorfmeister...? I ask again... or nightmares on wax...?
No the questionis why isn't there any songs by Ruben Blades???
hcaudill wrote:
Is that Rubén Blades on vocals?
Si :nodhead:
Agree with poacher and would add Shaolin Satellite and The Oscillator If ya give Sounds from the Thievery Hi-Fi a listen it is fantastic As far as stuff along this line, how come only one Fila Brazilla, especially Brazilification given Bill's seemingly love for covers and remixes...that one is just superb..
Is that Rubén Blades on vocals?
why isn't there any songs by kruder and dorfmeister...? I ask again... or nightmares on wax...?
Thievery Corporation Rules!
There is MUCH better Thievery Corp stuff than this track. . . bill?. . . Bill? BILL? ? ? ? Lebanese Blonde Heaven's Gonna Burn Your Eyes Until the Morning Have a look - you will NOT be disapointed
Ahhhh...... Thieving my soul. This album comes in a close second to Morcheeba: Big Calm. All their other albums are great too. But if you were just starting to listen to them, I would probably go with this one (Richest Man In Babylon). Saw them here in Austin at Stubbs last Wed. It was the most incredible show I think I have seen to date.
Mmm I would like to dance to this. What kind of dance would it be? Meringue? Samba?