24 Kilates

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24 Kilates
Studio album by Paulina Rubio
Released 18 November 1993
Recorded 1992-1993
Genre Latin pop,[1] new jack swing
Label EMI Latin
Producer Miguel Blasco
Paulina Rubio chronology
La Chica Dorada
(1992)
24 Kilates
(1993)
El Tiempo Es Oro
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

24 Kilates (24 Carats) is Mexican singer Paulina Rubio's second album as a solo artist released in 1993. The hit singles "Nieva, Nieva", "El Me Engañó", and "Asunto de Dos" arose from the album.

Track listing[edit]

# Song Length Composer(s)
1 Maldito Amor (Damn Love) 3:34 C. Sánchez; Cesar Valle
2 Diamante Puro (Pure Diamond) 4:32 C. Sánchez; Cesar Valle
3 Nieva, Nieva (Snowing, Snowing) 3:31 C. Sánchez; Cesar Valle
4 El Me Engañó (He Fooled Me) 4:09 Cesar Valle; Don Matamoros
5 Nada Puedes Hacer (Nothing You Can Do) 4:24 C. Sánchez; Cesar Valle; Don Matamoros
6 Los Dioses Se Van (The Gods Are Leaving) 3:25 Cesar Valle; C. Sánchez
7 Asunto de Dos (Business of Two) 3:40 José Ramón Florez; Fredy Marugan
8 Compañía (Company) 3:58 C. Sánchez; Cesar Valle; Don Matamoros
9 Vuelve Junto a Mí (Come Back to Me) 3:35 C. Sánchez; Cesar Valle
10 Tú Solo Tú (You, Only You) 4:01 C. Sánchez; Don Matamoros
11 Corazón Tirano (Tyrant Heart) 3:51 José Ramón Florez; Fredy Marugan

Singles[edit]

  1. "Nieva, Nieva" (#1 Mex., #27 U.S. Hot Latin Songs[2])
  2. "El Me Engañó" (#1 Mex.)
  3. "Asunto de Dos" (#5 Mex.)
  4. "Vuelve Junto A Mi" (#27 U.S. Hot Latin Songs[3])
  5. "Tú Sólo Tú"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 24 Kilates at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Nieva, Nieva - Paulina Rubio | Billboard.com". billboard.com. Retrieved 23 October 2011. 
  3. ^ "Vuelve Junto a Mí - Paulina Rubio | Billboard.com". billboard.com. Retrieved 23 October 2011.