Sálvame

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"Sálvame"
Single by RBD
from the album Rebelde
Released 15 March 2005
Format Radio single
Recorded 2004
Genre Pop
Length 3:43
Label EMI
Writer(s) DJ Kafka, Max di Carlo, Pedro Damían
Producer(s) Armando Ávila, Carlos Lara, Max di Carlo, Pedro Damián, (executive)
RBD singles chronology
"Solo Quédate En Silencio"
(2004)
"Sálvame"
(2005)
"Un Poco de Tu Amor"
(2005)

"Sálvame" (English: Save Me) is the third single which became a number one hit all over Ibero-America, released by the Mexican pop group RBD, featured on their debut album, Rebelde. Anahí sings lead while the rest of the band sing background vocals. The song became their third number-one consecutive single in Mexico. The song was announced as one of 2005's most played song in Mexico. On July 22, 2006, the song was also used to promote the first season of the soap opera Rebelde.

The song's sequel, "Algún Día", was recorded in 2006 and is featured on RBD's third Spanish studio album, Celestial.

"Save Me" is the English version of "Sálvame" and is featured on RBD's 2006 English studio album, Rebels. As on the original track, Anahí sings the translated lyrics in English.

The Portuguese version of this song was released as a single in Brazil with the name "Salva-Me", along with "Solo Quédate En Silencio", on a double A-Side single.

Versions[edit]

Sálvame (Versions)
1.Album Version
2.Portuguese Version ("Salva-Me")
3.Acoustic Version (Part of the medley from "Live In Hollywood")
4.English Version ("Save Me")
5.Official Remix Version
6.Techno Remix Version

Chart placings[edit]

Charts Peak position
U.S Billboard Latin Pop Airplay 27
Brasil 1
Mexico 1
Spain 1

Music video[edit]

The music video was their third to have been directed by Pedro Damián. The video was shot in Canada during filming of the telenovela Rebelde. The band perform the song in the snow, while their castmates skate in the background. Behind the scenes footage were also used in the video.

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