Their album went Diamond+Gold in Mexico, shipping 550,000 copies. Due the success of the Spanish language album, the band recorded a Portuguese languaged version of Rebelde, this being Rebelde (Edição Brasil). RBD became the first foreign act in Brazil to have two albums in different languages (Portuguese version and Spanish version of Rebelde) in the top ten at the same time (both albums peaked at number one). In 2006, the album was released in Spain. RBD topped the AFYVE Spain Albums Chart with their debut album "Rebelde" for five consecutive weeks.
The album spent more than 50 weeks in Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart, peaking at number two and spending over 2 months in the Top 5. In March 2006, it was pushed back of the Top 5 at number seven, but came back to number five on March 23, 2006.
Their first national tour, Tour Generación RBD, sold out every single date. The group offered 35 concerts in Mexico, starting May 13, and ending August 28 in Auditorio Nacional.
The album's official singles were "Rebelde", "Solo quédate en silencio", "Sálvame", and "Un poco de tu amor", although there were 2 songs that had radio promotion: "Otro día que va" and "Enséñame". For Brazil, Cuando el amor se acaba.