La Fuerza Del Destino

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Not to be confused with La fuerza del destino. ‹See Tfd›
La Fuerza del Destino
Studio album by Fey
Released November 5, 2004
Recorded 2004
Genre Electro pop
Label EMI
Producer Carlos Jean
Fey chronology
Vértigo (2002) La Fuerza Del Destino
(2004)
Faltan lunas
(2006)
Singles from La Fuerza Del Destino
  1. "La Fuerza Del Destino"
    Released: November, 2004
  2. "Barco A Venus"
    Released: February, 2005
  3. "Aire"
    Released: 2005 (Only Spain)
  4. "Me Cuesta Tanto Olvidarte"
    Released: July, 2005
  5. "Un Año Más"
    Released: December, 2006
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La Fuerza del Destino is Fey's fifth studio album, released in December 2004. The album contains twelve tracks the popular Spanish band Mecano made famous in the 80s and early 90s.

The album's first single La Fuerza del Destino became the album's biggest hit, as it quickly topped the charts in Latin America and became No.1 in Mexico, Central America and Chile, as well as a top 5 hit in the world Latin charts. The album itself became No. 5 in Mexico and succeeded in positioning itself among the top 50 Latin albums in the United States, at #42.

The album was also nominated to a Latin Grammy for "Best Latin Pop Female Album" in 2005; but lost to "Escucha" by Italian singer Laura Pausini.

The album to date has sold more than 550.000 copies worldwide.

Track listing[edit]

# La Fuerza del Destino Length
1. "Mujer Contra Mujer"
4:08
2. "Aire"
4:29
3. "Barco A Venus"
3:28
4. "Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar"
4:20
5. "Me Colé en una Fiesta"
3:47
6. "Cruz de Navajas"
4:26
7. "Un Año Más"
4:08
8. "La Fuerza del Destino"
4:56
9. "Ay Que Pesado"
4:23
10. "Los Amantes"
3:07
11. "Me Cuesta Tanto Olvidarte"
3:05
12. "Busca Algo Barato"
3:35

Singles[edit]

Single information
"La Fuerza del Destino"
  • Released: November, 2004
"Barco a Venus"
  • Released: February, 2005
"Me Cuesta Tanto Olvidarte"
  • Released: July, 2005
"Un Año Más"
  • Released: December 2006

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