- Released: June 19, 2001
- Label: Musart
- 1.Me Vas a Extranar
- 2.Enamorarse Asi
- 4.Botellita de Tequila
- 5.No Se Si Pa' Bien O Pa' Mal'
- 7.Es Mejor Decir Adios
- 8.Mas Alto que las Aguilas
- 9.Eres Mia
- 11.Tus Mentiras
- 12.Te Dejo un Panuelo
Personnel includes: Pepe Aguilar (vocals); Gerardo Ruelas. Cuacuhtemoc Ruelas, Carlos "Junior" Cabral, Francisco Rosas, Felipe Souza, Erick Romeo Mora Mota, Miguel Pena, Fernando De Santiago, Victor Puentes (guitar); David Rivera, Marco De Santiago (guitarron); Jose Guadalupe Alfaro, Jorge Jiminez (vihuela); Javier Carrillo, Lorenzo Gonzalez De Gortari, Manuel Ramos Reynoso (violin); Francisco Del Carmen (flute); Patrick Duffane (oboe); Javier Trejo, Amador Lozano "El Centavo" (accordion); Jako, Jorge Christian, Victor Morales (saxophone); Francisco Xavier Serrano, Manuel Valle Villapando, Ruben Soles, Francisco Ayala Alcaraz (trumpet); Miguel Cazares, Ricardo Martin (keyboards); Ma. Elena Duran (background vocals).
Engineers: Carlos Ceballos, Victor Fernandez, Juan Carlos Pastrana.
Recorded at Neo Audio Studios & Joel Solis Studios, Mexico.
LO MEJOR DE NOSOTROS was nominated for the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album and for Best Ranchero Album.
Personnel: Victor Puentes (guitar); Dave Rivera (guitarron); Jose Guadalupe Alfaro, Jorge Jim‚nez Cort‚s (vihuela); Lorenzo Gonz lez de Gortari (violin, viola, cello); Javier Carrillo (violin); G?nther Jakob (flute, saxophone); Francisco del Carmen (flute); Jorge Cristians (saxophone); Rub‚n Sol¡s, Manuel Valle Villalpando (trumpet).
Audio Mixers: Pepe Aguilar; Juan Manuel Aceves.
Recording information: Estudio Joel Solis, M‚xico. D. F; Neo Audio Studios.
Photographer: Blanca Charolet.
Arrangers: Javier Carrillo; Homero Patron.
Produced in Pepe Aguilar's recording studios in Mexico City, Lo Mejor de Nosotros became one of the most prolific Latin releases in 2001, bringing together well-produced and brilliantly arranged songs, including Joan Sebastian's "Enamorarse Asi," "Botellita de Tequila," "Mas Alto Que Las Aguilas," "Apuesto," and "Tus Mentiras," including the hit single "Me Vas A Extra¤ar," achieving the album's climax while performing his stylized mariachi, mostly found on "Salado" and "Te Dejo Un Pa¤uelo." Grammy-winning Pepe Aguilar goes on his own, making a crossover from the Mexican traditional to the Latin pop genre with a seductive and memorable record. ~ Drago Bonacich