All My Hits Vol. 2

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All My Hits/Todos Mis Éxitos Vol. 2
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Compilation album by Selena
Released February 29, 2000
Recorded 1986–1995
Genre Latin pop
Length 58:14
Label EMI Latin
Producer
Selena chronology
All My Hits/Todos Mis Éxitos
(1999)
All My Hits/Todos Mis Éxitos Vol. 2
(2000)
Live! The Last Concert
(2001)
Singles from All My Hits/Todos Mis Éxitos Vol. 2
  1. "Cien Años"
    Released: 2000

All My Hits/Todos Mis Éxitos Vol. 2 is the sixth compilation album by American Tejano music singer Selena Quintanilla-Pérez. The album was released posthumously as the followup to All My Hits/Todos Mis Éxitos (1999) on February 29, 2000 by EMI Latin. It was nominated for Best Latin Greatest Hits Album of the Year at the 2001 Billboard Latin Music Awards.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Enamorada de Ti (Club Mix)"   A.B. Quintanilla, Pete Astudillo 6:06
2. "No Quiero Saber"   Quintanilla III, Astudillo 3:34
3. "Techno Cumbia"   Quintanilla III, Astudillo 3:45
4. "A Million to One"   Phil Medley 3:23
5. "Fotos y Recuerdos"   Chrissie Hynde 2:35
6. "Si Una Vez"   Quintanilla III, Astudillo 2:45
7. "No Me Queda Más"   Ricky Vela 3:51
8. "Siempre Hace Frio"   Cuco Sánchez 3:14
9. "El Chico del Apartamento 512"   Quintanilla III, Vela 3:27
10. "Munequito de Trapo"     3:04
11. "Captive Heart"   Mark Goldenberg, Kit Hain 2:57
12. "Tu Robaste Mi Corazón"   Quintanilla III 4:18
13. "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom"   Quintanilla III, Astudillo, Selena 3:52
14. "Aunque No Salga el Sol"   Johnny Herrera 4:20
15. "Yo Fui Aquella"   Quintanilla III 3:27
16. "Cien Años"   Alberto Cervantes, Rubén Fuentes, Simon Gallup, Robert Smith, Laurence Tolhurst 3:36

Chart performance[edit]

All My Hits Vol. 2 debuted at number three on the US Billboard Top Latin Albums chart on the week of March 25, 2000,[1] selling 10,500 units its first week of release.[2] The album peaked at number one on the Top Latin Albums and Regional Mexican Albums chart on its fifth week of release, selling 8,000 units on the week of April 15, 2000; the fifth anniversary of the singer's death.[3] This was the second week the album sold 8,000 units, bringing its three-week available sales at 26,500 units with the sales weeks of March 25, April 8 and April 15, 2000.[3] It re-entered the Top Latin Albums chart on the week of April 21, 2001 at number 50, during the second week of release of Live! The Last Concert (2001).[4]

Weekly charts[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
United States (RIAA)[8] 2× Platinum (Latin) 200,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Selena Forever Premiere Should Boost Catalog Sales". Billboard 112 (13). March 25, 2000. Retrieved 7 April 2015. 
  2. ^ "Latin Notas > March 18, 2000". Billboard 112 (12). March 18, 2000. Retrieved 7 April 2015. 
  3. ^ a b "Latin Notas". Billboard 112 (16). April 15, 2000. Retrieved 7 April 2015. 
  4. ^ "Top Latin Albums > April 21, 2001". Billboard 113 (16). April 21, 2001. Retrieved April 7, 2015. 
  5. ^ a b c "Selena > All My Hits Vol. 2 > Chart history". AllMusic. Retrieved 7 April 2015. 
  6. ^ "Regional Mexican Albums > May 20, 2000". Billboard 112 (21). May 20, 2000. Retrieved April 7, 2015. 
  7. ^ "The Year in Music". Billboard 112 (53). December 30, 2000. Retrieved April 7, 2015. 
  8. ^ "American album certifications – Selena – All My Hits: Todos Mis Exitos, Vol. 2". Recording Industry Association of America.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click Type, then select Latin, then click SEARCH
Preceded by
MTV Unplugged by Shakira
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums number-one album
April 15, 2000
Succeeded by
MTV Unplugged by Shakira