Dónde Están Los Ladrones

Shakira returned to the music business in 1995 with the album Pies Descalzos (English: Bare Feet), which established her commercial success. The album The Remixes was subsequently recorded and features remixes from the songs on Pies Descalzos, with some songs re-recorded in Portuguese.

Following the release of The Remixes, Shakira became acquainted with Emilio Estefan, Jr., who ended up working as an executive producer on Shakira's fourth studio album, ¿Dónde Están Los Ladrones? (English: Where Are the Thieves?) It was an expensive production, costing approximately $3 million. Singles from the album include "Ciega Sordomuda", "Moscas en la Casa", "No Creo", "Inevitable", "Tu", and the worldwide success "Ojos Así." The album's blend of rock and Latin sound scapes made it a big success. Shakira also produced Shakira MTV Unplugged, a live album based on the singles from ¿Dónde Están Los Ladrones? In March 2000, she started her three-month long "Tour Anfibio" through Latin America and the United States starting in Panama and ending in Argentina upon popular request. In August 2000, she won the now-defunct International Viewer's Choice Award at the MTV Video Music Awards with "Ojos Asi." She won on the Northern Region of MTV Latin America (based in Mexico, also for Central America, the Caribbean, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru). "Ojos Asi" was also nominated in the Southern region (Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Bolivia), but it lost to "La Vida" by
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