24/7 (Rojo album)

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Studio album by Rojo
Released 2003
Genre Contemporary Christian music, rock, pop
Label Reyvol Records
Producer Emmanuel Espinosa
Rojo chronology
Día de Independencia

24/7 is the second album by the Mexican Christian rock band, Rojo. The album was produced by the bass guitarist Emmanuel Espinosa. It was released on 2003 and was certified gold in 2004.[1]

Album concept[edit]

According to the band's founder, producer and bass guitarist, Emmanuel Espinosa, the concept behind the album was to remind people to "crave being with Jesus, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week", hence the album title.


Unlike their first album, Rojo, the band did not take a break to write the songs for the new album. Instead, most of the songs were written on the road during the several tours over the period of two years. The album also features writing collaborations with Juan Salinas and Jesús Adrián Romero.[2]


The recording of the album was led by the Puerto Rican engineer Orlando Rodríguez and the Grammy-winner J.R. McNeely. Masterization was by Hank Williams.[3]

The album includes the collaborations of the Nashville String Machine, the bass guitarist and producer Brent Milligan, and the arranger Lari Goss.[4]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Intro ¿Estás listo?"     0:54
2. "Revolución"   Rodrigo, de la Cámara 5:18
3. "¿Cómo no voy a alabarte?"   Salinas, Espinosa 4:12
4. "Soy tuyo hoy"   Espinosa, Espinosa 4:52
5. "Eres lo mejor"   Salinas, Espinosa, Burruel 4:11
6. "Con todo"   Salinas, Espinosa, Burruel 3:52
7. "Dios de maravillas"   Espinosa, Moreno, Espinosa 3:44
8. "Digno eres tú"   Romero, Espinosa 3:54
9. "Hasta que ya no respires más"   Romero, Espinosa 7:54
10. "Aleluya"     1:58
11. "Desde el amanecer"   Romero, Salinas, Espinosa 4:35
12. "Quiero más de ti"   Espinosa 3:45
13. "Contigo (Haré historia)"   Espinosa, Burruel 5:34
14. "Te alabaré mi buen Jesús"   Espinosa 5:44


Band members[edit]

  • Ruben C. Gonzalez – drums
  • Linda Espinosa – composer, vocals, group members
  • Oswaldo Burruel – arranger, composer, recording, guitars
  • Emmanuel Espinosa – arranger, composer, producer, vocals, orchestral arrangements, audio production, recording, bass guitar


  • Brent Milligan – guitars, vocals, cello, atmosphere
  • Juan Salinas – composer, vocals
  • Angel Moreno – composer, vocals
  • Brent King – vocals
  • Coalo Zamorano – vocals
  • Jorge Santos – vocals
  • Elí Moreno – vocals


Recording and production[edit]

  • J.R. McNeely – producer
  • Orlando Rodriguez – producer
  • Juan Carlos Claveria – recording
  • J.C. Monterrosa – assistant
  • Héctor Sotelo – vocals, production assistant
  • Efrain Garcia – graphic design