Distinto

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Distinto
Studio album by Diego Torres
Released May 4, 2010
Recorded 2009-2010
Ask Studios
(Madrid)
BsAs
(Concrete)
Criteria Hit Factory
Picks & Hammers
Setai Studios
The Tiki Room
(Miami)
Woom Room
(Los Angeles)[1]
Genre Latin pop, soft rock
Length 34:48
Label Universal Music Argentina, Universal Music Latino
Producer Rafael Arcaute, Diego Torres
Diego Torres chronology
Todos Éxitos
(2008)
Distinto
(2010)
Singles from Distinto
  1. "Guapa"
    Released: February 22, 2010
  2. "Mi Corazón Se Fue"
    Released: July 2010
  3. "No Alcanzan Las Flores"
    Released: January 2011
  4. "El Mundo Sigue Igual"
    Released: September 2011
  5. "Bendito"
    Released: February 2012
Digital singles from Distinto
  1. "No Alcanzan Las Flores"
    Released: March 16, 2010 (iTunes only)
  2. "Come On"
    Released: April 6, 2010 (iTunes only)
  3. "En Un Segundo"
    Released: April 27, 2010 (iTunes only)

Distinto is the seventh studio album (ninth overall) by Argentine latin pop singer Diego Torres, it was released on May 4, 2010 through Universal.[2]

Album information[edit]

The album is entirely produced by Rafael Arcaute, who has a background in Latin pop and Soft rock music. Prior to the release of the album, three promotional singles were released exclusively on Apple's iTunes Store.

It was preceded by the title single "Guapa" a song composed by himself alongside Noel Schajris and Luís Cardoso released on February 22, 2010, managed to provide Diego with a number-ten chart entry on the Billboard Top Latin Songs which peaked at number one. The second single was "Mi Corazón Se Fue" released on July 2010.[3] It peaked at number twenty-six on the Latin Pop Songs, the third single was "No Alcanzan Las Flores" released on January 2011.

Chart performance[edit]

The album debuted at number 33 on the Billboard Top Latin Albums, on the Latin Pop Albums the album debuted at number 8, becoming his highest debut on the U.S. charts compared to his previous albums. On the Spanish Albums Chart the album debuted at number 34 making it his second entry to the chart.

The album also debuted on the Mexican Albums Chart at number 21 and number 12 on the Mexican Pop Albums Chart.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Mi Corazón Se Fue"   Gianmarco/Diego Torres 3:46
2. "Mirar Atrás" (featuring La Mala Rodríguez) Rafael Arcaute/Luis Cardoso/Torres 3:17
3. "Come On"   Torres/Polaco Wengrovski 3:31
4. "Guapa"   Luis Cardoso/Noel Schajris/Torres 3:24
5. "En Un Segundo"   Torres/Wengrovski 3:20
6. "El Mundo Sigue Igual"   Torres/Wengrovski 3:55
7. "Esto Es Lo Que Soy"   Arcaute/Gianmarco/Schajris/Torres 3:31
8. "No Alcanzan Las Flores"   Claudia Brant/Torres/Wengrovski 3:43
9. "Bendito" (featuring Kevin Johansen) Arcaute/Gianmarco/Torres 3:22
10. "Cuando No Queda Nada" (featuring Yotuel) Arcaute/Brant/Torres/Wengrovski 3:03
Total length:
34:48

Charts and sales[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ hbdirect.com Diego Torres; Distinto - Notes & Reviews
  2. ^ Distinto by Diego Torres at Amazon.com
  3. ^ Diego Torres estrena "Mi corazón se fue" Elespectador. Retrieved July 30, 2010
  4. ^ a b Diego Torres coronó con éxito rotundo la primer etapa de trabajo con su celebrado álbum Distinto Universal Music Argentina Accessed June 1, 2010
  5. ^ a b Spanishcharts. "Distinto (album) - Diego Torres". Retrieved 2010-05-25. 
  6. ^ Amprofon Top 20 por género SEMANA 18: del 03.05.2010 al 09.05.2010. Retrieved 2010-05-17.
  7. ^ a b Billboard. "Diego Torres > Distinto". Billboard.  Retrieved May-05-13
  8. ^ Disco de oro digital para Diego Torres CNN Chile. Accessed June 1, 2010