Baladas En Español

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Baladas en español
Compilation album by Roxette
Released 2 December 1996
Genre Pop, Pop rock, Power ballad
Length 50:50
Label EMI
Roxette chronology
Don't Bore Us, Get to the Chorus!
(1995)
Baladas en español
(1996)
Have a Nice Day
(1999)

Baladas en español (Ballads in Spanish) is a Spanish language album by Roxette, released on 2 December 1996.

"Un día sin ti" and "No sé si es amor" were released as singles, though almost every song was frequently played on Latin American and Spanish radio. The album was certified 2× Platinum in Spain, Platinum in Argentina, Chile and Gold in several Latin American countries. The compilation has sold more than a million copies so far.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Un día sin ti" ("Spending My Time")
  2. "Crash! Boom! Bang!"
  3. "Directamente a ti" ("Run to You")
  4. "No sé si es amor" ("It Must Have Been Love")
  5. "Cuanto lo siento" ("I'm Sorry")
  6. "Tímida" ("Vulnerable")
  7. "Habla el corazón" ("Listen to Your Heart")
  8. "Como la lluvia en el cristal" ("Watercolours in the Rain")
  9. "Soy una mujer" ("Fading Like a Flower (Every Time You Leave)")
  10. "Quiero ser como tú" ("I Don't Want to Get Hurt")
  11. "Una reina va detrás de un rey" ("Queen of Rain")
  12. "El día del amor" ("Perfect Day")

Singles[edit]

  • "Un día sin ti"
    1. "Un día sin ti" ("Spending My Time")
    2. "Tímida" ("Vulnerable")
  • "No sé si es amor"
    1. "No sé si es amor" ("It Must Have Been Love")
    2. "Directamente a ti" ("Run to You")

Credits[edit]

Charts[edit]

Chart (1996) Peak
position
Certifications
Portuguese Albums Chart[1] 6
Spanish Albums Chart[2] 8 2× Platinum[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hits of the World - Portugal (Click to enlarge the image to view full page)". Billboard: 49. 1 February 1997. Retrieved 8 January 2012. 
  2. ^ "LISTAS DE AFYVE: 1996 Albumes (2ª parte)". Asociación Fonográfica y Videográfica de España (AFYVE). Retrieved 2011-07-13. 
  3. ^ "Top 100 albums – 2006-09". Promusicae. Retrieved 2012-01-08. 

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