A Voluntad del Cielo

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A Voluntad del Cielo
A Voluntad del Cielo - Camilo Sesto.jpg
Studio album by Camilo Sesto
Released October 15, 1991 (1991-10-15)
Recorded 1991
Genre Latin pop
Length 46:02
Label RCA
Producer Camilo Blanes, Augusto César
Camilo Sesto chronology
Agenda de Baile
(1986)
A Voluntad del Cielo
(1991)
Huracán de Amor
(1992)
Singles from A Voluntad del Cielo
  1. "Amor Mío, ¿Qué Me Has Hecho?"
    Released: 1991
  2. "Que Mala Vida"
    Released: 1992

A Voluntad del Cielo (Heaven's Will) is an album released by Spanish performer Camilo Sesto on October 15, 1991. The album was produced by Sesto and Augusto César and included ten songs written by Sesto.[1] The album was released five years after the self-imposed retirement of the artist in 1986 and includes his first number-one single in the Billboard Top Latin Songs chart, "Amor Mío, ¿Qué Me Has Hecho?".[1][2]

A Voluntad del Cielo peaked at number two in the Billboard Latin Pop Albums chart, being held from the top of the chart by Amada Más Que Nunca by Mexican singer Daniela Romo.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written and performed by Camilo Blanes.[4]

No. Title Length
1. "Pecado Original" 4:34
2. "Amor Mío, ¿Qué Me Has Hecho?" 5:54
3. "Bienvenido Amor" 3:29
4. "Vuelve" 4:48
5. "Amores con Doble Vida" 4:32
6. "El Meu Cor Es d'Alcoi" 5:29
7. "Que Mala Vida" 4:51
8. "Necesito un Amor" 4:30
9. "Matar Por Nada" 4:34
10. "Destinos Marcados" 4:07

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1991) Peak
position
US Billboard Latin Pop Albums[5] 2

(C) MCMXCI. RCA. S.A. de C.V.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Molero, Julián. "Camilo Sesto - A Voluntad del Cielo" (in Spanish). La Fonoteca. Retrieved April 26, 2012. 
  2. ^ Bonacich, Diego. "Camilo Sesto - Biography". Billboard. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved April 26, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Latin Pop Albums - December 14, 1991". Billboard. Rovi Corporation. December 14, 1991. Retrieved April 26, 2012. 
  4. ^ Camilo Sesto A Voluntad del Cielo (Liner Notes) RCA (1991)
  5. ^ "A Voluntad del Cielo – Camilo Sesto". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved April 26, 2012.