Peligro (Shakira album)

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Peligro
Studio album by Shakira
Released 25 March 1993 (1993-03-25)
Recorded 1992–93
Genre
Length 41:00
Label Sony Latin
Producer Eduardo Paz
Shakira chronology
  • Peligro
  • (1993)

Peligro (English: Danger) is the second studio album by Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira, released on 25 March 1993, by Sony Latin. This album fared a little better than her 1991 debut effort Magia, but Shakira decided to take a break from recording and graduate from high school. The recording itself is a collection of many songs written by the producers, only four songs were written by Shakira. The title originated after Shakira was turned down from appearing at the OTI Music Festival in Spain because she was underage. The album is officially marked as a promotional album - it is not considered an official album.[1]

Promotion[edit]

"Eres" was released as promotional single on May 11, 1993.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Eres" (You're) Shakira 5:02
2. "Último Momento" (Last Moment) Eduardo Paz 4:56
3. "Tú Serás La Historia De Mi Vida" (You'll Be The Story Of My Life) Desmond Child 4:52
4. "Peligro" (Danger) Eduardo Paz 4:39
5. "Quince Años" (Fifteen) Shakira 3:30
6. "Brujería" (Witchcraft) Eduardo Paz 4:12
7. "Eterno Amor" (Endless Love) Eddie Sierra 4:47
8. "Controlas Mi Destino" (You Control My Destiny) Shakira 4:36
9. "Este Amor Es Lo Más Bello Del Mundo" (This Love Is The Most Beautiful Love In The World) Eduardo Paz 4:20
10. "1968"   Shakira (lyrics & music), Eduardo Paz (music) 4:44

Release history[edit]

Country Date Label Format Catalog
Colombia 25 March 1993 Sony Colombia LP 51473102

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Peligro by Shakira : Reviews and Ratings". Rate Your Music. Retrieved 2012-01-11. 
  2. ^ "Shakira – Eres". Dicogs. 2014-01-14.