La Chica Dorada

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La Chica Dorada
Studio album by Paulina Rubio
Released 20 October 1992
Recorded 1991-1992
Genre Latin pop, new jack swing
Label EMI Latin
Producer Miguel Blasco
Paulina Rubio chronology
La Chica Dorada
24 Kilates
Singles from La Chica Dorada
  1. "Mío"
    Released: 28 August 1992
  2. "Amor de Mujer"
    Released: 26 October 1992
  3. "Sabor a Miel"
    Released: 5 February 1993
  4. "Abriendo las Puertas al Amor"
    Released: 31 May 1993
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

La Chica Dorada (The Golden Girl) is the debut album by Mexican pop singer Paulina Rubio's debut solo album (after leaving the group Timbiriche) and her first under the EMI Latin record label.[2] The album includes Rubio's signature song and the single that launched her solo career, " Mio", along with "Sabor a Miel" and "Amor de Mujer". The album's title has stuck and today Rubio is known as 'la chica dorada' (the golden girl) in her native Mexico and throughout the Spanish-speaking world.

Track listing[edit]

# Song Length Composer(s)
1 Mio (Mine) 3:33 Cesar Valle; J.R. Florez
2 Dime Si Soy Sexy (Tell Me If I Am Sexy) 3:56 J.R. Florez; J.R. Florez-Valle
3 Sabor a Miel (Flavor of Honey) 3:53 J.R. Florez
4 El Primer Amor (The First Love) 4:06 Aleks Syntek
5 Amor de Mujer (Woman Love) 3:50 Felissati, J.A. Flores
6 La Escoba (The Broom) 2:50 Sirex
7 La Chica Dorada (The Golden Girl) 3:08 J.R. Florez; J.R. Florez-Valle
8 Abriendo las Puertas al Amor (Opening the Doors to Love) 4:38 Difelisatti; J.R. Florez
9 Sangre Latina (Latin Blood) 4:50 J.R. Florez; J.R. Florez-Valle
10 Amarte en Libertad (Love You in Freedom) 3:15 Difelisatti; J.R. Florez


  1. " Mio" (#3 U.S. Hot Latin Tracks)
  2. "Sabor a Miel" (#22 U.S. Hot Latin Tracks)
  3. "Amor de Mujer" (#8 U.S. Hot Latin Tracks)
  4. "Abriendo las Puertas al Amor" (#9 U.S. Hot Latin Tracks)
  5. "La Chica Dorada"
  6. "Amarte en Libertad"


Chart (1992) Peak
U.S. Latin Pop Albums[3] 2
U.S. Latin Albums[3] 42

Album credits[edit]

Paulina Rubio — vocals, main performer


  1. ^ "ALLMUSIC REVIEW: La Chica Dorada - Paulina Rubio". Allmusic. 2006. Retrieved February 16, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Paulina Rubio Official Website: Discography -La Chica Dorada". 2012. Retrieved February 16, 2013. 
  3. ^ a b "Billboard: La Chica Dorada - Paulina Rubio". Billboard. 2013. Retrieved February 16, 2013. 

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