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This page rated by Google as the top Diablo II site has information related to this game. Other remixes have also been made by independent DJs. There have been many rumours of the developement of Diablo III. This music video also entered on Total Request Live's countdown. Diablo III is supposed to be the sequel to Diablo II, the popular hack 'n' slash game from Blizzard Entertainment. A separate music video (also directed by Haussman) was also made for the remix. The single also included a remix, "The Shaketon Mix", merging a reggaeton style with the original rhythm of the song.
It can also be noted that the video for "La Tortura" was one of the first in Spanish language to run a lot of times on "mainstream" American music channels such as MTV and VH1. It was also the second Spanish-language video ever to enter in Total Request Live's countdown. The music video is in itself somewhat notable, as it was the first time MTV showed an whole episode of the Making the Video series in another language (with English subtitles). He remembers things they'd done in the past as a couple, while Shakira dances erotically, covered in black paint.
From his apartment, Sanz spies on Shakira as she goes to her apartment and changes clothes. The music video, directed by Michael Haussman, is quite simple. The song was chosen as the World's #5 Favorite Song of All Time in a global survey by Sony Ericsson of 700,000 music fans in 66 countries. "La Tortura" broke the record on the Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks chart, appearing at #1 for 25 non-consecutive weeks.
It was also a huge hit in Europe, with the exception of the United Kingdom and Ireland, where it was not released as a single. La Tortura was on the top 40 of Billboard's Hot 100 in less than ten weeks (#23). The video clip of the song was nominated for the Viewer's Choice Award on the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards, during which Shakira performed with Sanz (notably, it was the first time a guest performed a song entirely in a language other than English). Since its release as a single, the song has become one of the most important Latin songs to move into mainstream English-speaking culture in the United States (alongside Daddy Yankee's Gasolina).
. The single is Shakira's sixth in the United States, following the commercial success of her 2001 album Laundry Service. It tells the story of a woman who has been emotionally "tortured" because her boyfriend left; however, when he returns begging her forgiveness, she humiliates him and says that she is not going to shed tears over him. The single is a duet between Shakira and Spanish ballad-singer Alejandro Sanz.
"La Tortura" (English: The Torture) is the first single from Colombian-born singer Shakira's sixth studio album, Fijación Oral 1.