Rebelde (album)

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Studio album by RBD
Released 30 November 2004
Recorded 2004
Genre Pop, teen pop, pop rock
Length 37:13
Label EMI Music Mexico
Producer Armando Ávila, Carlos Lara, Max di Carlo, Pedro Damián, (executive)
RBD chronology
Tour Generación RBD En Vivo
Rebelde Edición Diamante
Singles from Rebelde
  1. "Rebelde"
    Released: 30 September 2004
  2. "Solo Quédate en Silencio"
    Released: 2 December 2004
  3. "Sálvame"
    Released: 15 March 2005
  4. "Un Poco De Tu Amor"
    Released: 4 July 2005
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
ARTISTdirect 1.5/5 stars[2]

Rebelde (English: Rebel) is the debut studio album by Mexican pop group RBD, released in November 2004 in Mexico and on January 11, 2005 in the United States.

The album was produced by Max DiCarlo, Carlos Lara, Armando Avila with Camilo Lara and Pedro Damián being the executive producers. The album features the 3 consecutive Mexican chart toppers hits, "Rebelde", main theme from the soap opera with the same name, "Solo Quédate En Silencio" and "Sálvame". A fourth single was released on radio only, "Un Poco De Tu Amor".

The album has sold 1,500,000 copies worldwide.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Rebelde" (DJ Kafka,[4] Max Di Carlo) — 3:32
  2. "Sólo Quédate En Silencio" (Mauricio Arriaga) — 3:37
  3. "Otro Día Que Va" (DJ Kafka, Max Di Carlo) — 3:27
  4. "Un Poco De Tu Amor" (DJ Kafka, Max Di Carlo) — 3:24
  5. "Enséñame" (Javier Calderón) — 3:38
  6. "Futuro Ex-Novio" (Sean & Dane,[5] Steve Smith, Anthony Anderson, Michkin Boyzo) — 2:57
  7. "Tenerte Y Quererte" (Guy Roche, Amy Powers, Max Di Carlo)— 3:24
  8. "Cuando El Amor Se Acaba" (José Manuel Pérez Marino) — 3:18
  9. "Santa No Soy (I Ain't No Saint)" (J. Sim,[6] Pontus Söderqvist, Nick Nice, Michkin Boyzo) — 3:07
  10. "Fuego" (Double N,[7] RamPac,[8] Papa Dee, Michkin Boyzo) — 2:59
  11. "Sálvame" (DJ Kafka, Max Di Carlo, Pedro Damián) — 3:43

Edición Diamante[edit]

  1. "Rebelde (Portuguese Version)" (DJ Kafka, Max Di Carlo, Cláudio Rabello) — 3:34
  2. "Fique Em Silêncio" (Mauricio Arriaga, Cláudio Rabello) — 3:41
  3. "Querer-Te" (Roche, Powers, Rabello)— 3:18
  4. Photo Gallery
  5. Wallpapers & Icons
  6. Documentary
  7. RBD Game

Album information and sales[edit]

Their album went Diamond+Gold in Mexico, shipping 550,000 copies.[9] 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.

First single off the album.

Second single off the album.

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  • The album topped the Mexican Album Chart for twelve non-consecutive weeks.
  • The album was recorded in two days, said by RBD. The six members of RBD sung all 11 songs in the two producers' studios: Armando Avila and Carlos Lara.
  • This album had 3 promotional videos for the singles:

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".


Year Ceremony Award Result
2005 Premios Oye! Pop Album of the Year - Duo or Group Won
Best Selling Pop Album of the Year Won
Premios Juventud Me Muero Sin Ese CD Won
Canción Corta-Venas for Solo Quédate En Silencio Won
2006 Billboard Latin Music Awards Latin Pop Album of the Year, Duo or Group Won
Latin Pop Album of the Year, New Artist Won
Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year Nominated
TVyNovelas Award Best Musical Theme for Rebelde Won

Charts and certifications[edit]

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label
Mexico November 30, 2004[18] CD EMI
United States January 11, 2005[19][20] CD
United Kingdom CD
Brasil October 2005 CD
Spain April, 2006 CD


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ ARTISTdirect review
  3. ^ Cashmere, Paul (13 January 2007). "EMI Share Price Drops on Restructure Announcement". Undercover Media Pty Ltd. Retrieved 21 March 2011. 
  4. ^ Carlos Lara billed as DJ Kafka
  5. ^ Sean Hosein and Dane DeViller billed as Sean & Dane
  6. ^ Jude Sim billed as J. Sim
  7. ^ Niklas Bergwall and Niclas Kings billed as Double N
  8. ^ Johan Ramström and Patrik Magnusson billed as RamPac
  9. ^ "Certificaciones – RBD" (in Spanish). Asociación Mexicana de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas. 
  10. ^
  11. ^ June 10, 2014.
  12. ^ Retrieved June 10, 2014.
  13. ^ Retrieved June 10, 2014.
  14. ^ Retrieved June 10, 2014.
  15. ^ June 10, 2004.
  16. ^ Retrieved June 10, 2014.
  17. ^ "American album certifications – RBD – REBELDE". Recording Industry Association of America.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click Type, then select Latin, then click SEARCH
  18. ^ "EMI Music-RBD-Noticias". EMI Music España. Retrieved 2010-10-10. 
  19. ^ "Rebelde - RBD". Retrieved 2010-10-10. 
  20. ^ "Rebelde - RBD - United Kingdom". Retrieved 2010-10-10.