Barcos de Cristal

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Barcos de Cristal
Thomas anders barcos de cristal cover.jpg
Studio album by Thomas Anders
Released 19 April 1994 (United States)
Recorded 1994
Genre Latin pop, dance-pop
Label Polydor, PolyGram
Producer Christian De Walden, Ralf Stemmann
Thomas Anders chronology
When Will I See You Again
Barcos de Cristal
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Barcos de Cristal (Spanish for "Crystal Ships") is the title of the fifth studio album by singer-songwriter & producer Thomas Anders.[2] It is his first solo album to be sung in Spanish. It was released in 1994 in the United States for Latin America, and was produced by Ralf Stemmann and Christian De Walden (Marta Sánchez). Some tracks were co-written by Thomas Anders aka Chris Copperfield.[3] A title track was used for the Argentine TV-series and reached No.1 in Argentina.[4] Tu Chica Es Mi Chica was recorded as a duet with Glenn Medeiros. Una Mañana De Sol is a cover in Spanish on When Will I See You Again by The Three Degrees. Luna De Plata was covered by Kiara in 1995.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Tonterias" (Chris Copperfield, Ralf Stemmann, Mike Shepstone, Carlos Toro) — 3:43
  2. "Luna De Plata" (Steve Singer, Lisa Catherine Cohen, Aides Hidding, Carlos Toro) — 4:01
  3. "Miedo De Ti" (Chris Copperfield, Margaret Harris, Ralf Stemmann, Carlos Toro) — 3:38
  4. "Tu Chica Es Mi Chica" (Duo Con Glenn Medeiros) (Rick Lane, Lee York, Mike Shepstone, Carlos Toro) — 4:05
  5. "Barcos De Cristal" (Steve Singer/Mike Shepstone, Carlos Toro) — 3:55
  6. "Una Mañana De Sol" (Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff, Carlos Toro) — 3:26
  7. "Para Sonia" (Chris Copperfield, Mike Shepstone, Carlos Toro) — 4:02
  8. "Con Palabras" (Chris Copperfield, Ralf Stemmann, Mike Shepstone, Carlos Toro) — 3:59
  9. "Sueños" (Lisa Catherine Cohen/Romano Musumarra, Carlos Toro) — 4:00
  10. "Mi Chica Prohibida" (Max Di Carlo, Margaret Harris, Christian De Walden, Ralf Stemmann, Carlos Toro) — 3:30


  • Produced and arranged by: Christian De Walden and Ralf Stemmann
  • Co-Produced by and engineered by: Walter Clissen
  • Recorded at Flamingo Café Recording Studio, Studio City, CA
  • Mixed at Enterprise Studios, North Hollywood, CA
  • Engineered and mixed by: Walter Clissen, Assisted by John Schmidt
  • Digitally mastered by: Brian Gardner at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA
  • Design and Art: Graff Group, Miami, FL



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See also[edit]

Marta Sánchez - Mujer (1993)