Arde el Cielo (song)

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"Arde el Cielo (song)"
Single by Maná
from the album Arde El Cielo
Released For the week of July 16, 2008
Format Digital download, Radio airplay
Recorded at Jim Henson Studios Hollywood, Ca & Puerta Azul Studios Puerto Vallarta, Mx
Genre Hard Rock/Rock en Español
Length 4:33
Label Warner/WEA International
Writer(s) Fher Olvera
Producer(s) Fher Olvera & Alex González
Maná singles chronology
"Si No Te Hubieras Ido"
"Arde el Cielo"
Lluvia al Corazón

"Arde el Cielo" ( English: The Sky Burns ) is the second radio single and fourteenth track from Maná's third live album, Arde El Cielo (2008). On August 9, 2008 the song debuted at fifty on the U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks.[1]

Music video[edit]

The music video for the song was directed by Diego González and Tim Zimmer. It has footage of environmental issues and major historical, often tragic events.


Chart (2008) Peak
US Billboard Hot Latin Tracks [2] 26
US Billboard Latin Pop Airplay [3] 14
Venezuela Singles Chart [4] 6