In 2005, a 'Tour Edition' of the album was released. This specially packaged re-release of Mi Sangre is an individually numbered, limited edition of 150,000 copies. Within its triple gatefold are two booklets — the CD's lyric book, a fold-out booklet with full credits of the current version, and many press quotes. The CD contains the regular album's 12 tracks, live versions of "A Dios le Pido," "La Camisa Negra," "Fotografia," and "Nada Valgo Sin Tu Amor". Bonus tracks include "La Paga", which features Taboo from The Black Eyed Peas, a remix of "La Camisa Negra," and the unreleased track "Lo Que Importa". "Lo Que Importa" was originally made for the album "Fijate Bien". The second disc is a DVD featuring all four videos shot for the album.
The 2005 Mexican double CD contains the regular album's 12 tracks too, but different bonus tracks and no DVD. Just like the regular Tour Edition, it contains bonus tracks "Lo Que Importa" and "La Paga", though the other bonus tracks are songs from his debut album Fíjate Bien; "Nada," "Fíjate Bien" and "Podemos Hacernos Daño". This edition also contains two other bonus tracks; an acoustic version of his first worldwide hit "A Dios le Pido" and a different remix of "La Camisa Negra."
As result of the big success after releasing "La Camisa Negra" at the end of 2005 and beginning of 2006, a Special European Tour edition was also released. The only difference between this version and the regular version is that the European version doesn't have the unreleased track "Lo Que Importa". The album also has a remix of "La Camisa Negra". In June 2006 a 2 disc limited edition was released in Germany. The first disc is the same as the Special European Tour edition. The second disc includes 6 songs performed live from the Shepherds Bush Empire in London.
The album was huge success in the United States. As of January 23, 2006, the album has been certified 8x Platinum by the RIAA(for the Latin Charts where 200,000 is equivalent to Platinum while a standard Platinum album requires sales of 1,000,000).
"La Camisa Negra" ("The Black Shirt") is the third single from Mi Sangre, released in 2005 in Latin America. In Europe it was released as the official first single from Mi Sangre with a release date for every country, in 2005 and 2006. It became his biggest hit to date along with "A Dios le Pido," which was re-released in selected countries in Europe in 2006 due the success of "La Camisa Negra." The song managed to peak in most European countries at the top position. Regardless of the fact the song is completely sung in Spanish, it even charted in the top 40 of the UK, peaking at number 32. Also in Ireland, the song has success in the summer of 2006. peaking at number 13. The song became the greatest hit in the chart history of Switzerland.
#1 (AUT/BELG/DEN/EST/FRA/GER/HUNG/ITA/SLOV/SPA/SWI/TAI/US Hot Latin/US Latin Pop), #2 (NLD/RUS/US Latin Tropical), #5 (GRE), #6 (EU), #7 (FIN/POR), #9 (NOR/ROM), #13 (IRE), #27 (JAP/SWE), #32 (UK), #89 (US Hot 100)
"Para Tu Amor"
August 15, 2006
Juanes, Gustavo Santaolalla
"Para Tu Amor" ("For Your Love") is the fourth single in Latin America and the official second single in Europe, released aside "A Dios le Pido" in selected countries. "Para Tu Amor" is a love ballad. In Latin America, the song was released in several countries only, while "Lo Que Me Gusta a Mí" was the fifth single released a month later in December 2005.
#3 (US Latin Pop), #10 (US Hot Latin), #15 (US Latin Tropical)
"Lo Que Me Gusta a Mí"
Juanes, Gustavo Santaolalla
"Lo Que Me Gusta a Mí" ("What I Like)" is the fifth and last single in Latin America and was released a short while after preceding single "Para Tu Amor." It was more successful than its preceding single due the fact it was more promoted than "Para Tu Amor." The song became the second Juanes song to chart in the American Billboard Hot 100
#1 (US Latin Pop/US Latin Tropical), #2 (US Hot Latin), #94 (US Hot 100)