Don't Mess With Dragon is Ozomatli's fourth studio album, released on April 3, 2007, and was co-produced by K. C. Porter. The album, released by Concord Records, was written at a local Los Angeles Latino art gallery, Tropico de Nopal. The album includes songs like "After Party", which pays homage to old-school Chicano R&B, "When I Close My Eyes," which nods back to Fishbone and Oingo Boingo, "La Segunda Mano," which features the vocals of Quetzal's Martha Gonzales blending son jarocho with hip-hop, "City of Angels," which celebrates the city of Los Angeles, and "Temperatura," which was inspired by the May 2006 pro-immigration marches.
1. Can't Stop / 2. City Of Angels / 3. After Party / 4. Don't Mess With The Dragon / 5. La Gallina / 6. Magnolia Soul / 7. Here We Go / 8. La Temperatura / 9. Violeta / 10. Creo / 11. When I Close My Eyes / 12. La Segunda Mano