El Último Adiós

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"El Último Adiós"
Paulina Rubio - El Último Adiós.jpg
Single by Paulina Rubio
from the album Paulina
Released July 17, 2000 (2000-07-17)
Format
Recorded 1999
Genre
Length 4:46 (album version)
Label Universal
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s) Estéfano
Paulina Rubio singles chronology
"Lo Haré Por Ti"
(2000)
"El Último Adiós"
(2000)
"Y Yo Sigo Aquí"
(2000)
"Lo Haré Por Ti"
(2000)
"El Último Adiós"
(2000)
"Y Yo Sigo Aquí"
(2000)
Alternative cover
Mexican 1-track Promo CD
Mexican 1-track Promo CD

"El Último Adiós" (The Last Goodbye) is a pop song by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio. It is taken from her fifth studio album Paulina, released in 2000. "El Último Adiós" served as the album's second official single. The song is heavily influenced by the traditional Mexican genre ranchera. An English version of the song was released on Paulina's sixth studio album Border Girl in 2002.

Music Video[edit]

Like many of Paulina's music videos, the music video for "El Último Adiós" was met with heavy criticism from the Latino community and Latin American critics (specifically in Mexico). The controversial video contained racy love scenes, as well as men and women appearing barely clothed. MTV Latin-America only aired the video after 9PM due to its sexual content. An uncensored version of the video was also released. It contains some slight differences compared to the original version of the video, the major difference being that Rubio appears completely topless in parts of the video, and the racy love scenes are shown for a bit longer and are more explicit.

Charts[edit]

Chart (2001–2002) Peak
position
México Top 100 Mexico 1
US Hot Latin Songs (Billboard)[1] 18
US Latin Pop Songs (Billboard)[2] 13
US Regional Mexican Airplay (Billboard)[3] 40

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Paulina Rubio – Chart history" Billboard Hot Latin Songs for Paulina Rubio. Retrieved March 24, 2016.
  2. ^ "Paulina Rubio – Chart history" Billboard Latin Pop Songs for Paulina Rubio. Retrieved March 24, 2016.
  3. ^ "Paulina Rubio – Chart history" Billboard Regional Mexican Songs for Paulina Rubio. Retrieved March 24, 2016.