Hecho en España

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Hecho En España
RBD Hecho En España DVD.jpg
Live album by RBD
Released October 1, 2007
Recorded June 22, 2007
Vicente Calderón Stadium
Madrid, Spain
Genre Pop rock
Length 74:22
Language
Label EMI
Producer Pedro Damián (exec.)
RBD chronology
Celestial (Fan Edition)
(2007)
Hecho en España
(2007)
Empezar Desde Cero
(2007)

Hecho En España (English: Made in Spain) is the third officially released live album by Mexican pop group RBD, released on October 1, 2007 in Mexico and on October 2, 2007 in Spain.[1] The CD was recorded in Madrid, Spain on June 22, 2007. The album was recorded during RBD's concert in Madrid as part of their Tour Celestial 2007 in Spain. The show was held at the famous Spanish Vicente Calderón Stadium in front of almost 40,000 people enjoying the group's music. A live video of the entire concert was also recorded and released on DVD also on October 2, 2007. The CD itself was released in a series of special edition packs: One included gloves and a lighter and a CD/DVD bundle, while another pack included gloves and an umbrella as well as the CD and DVD.[2][3][4] The CD/DVD packs went on pre-sale on September 27, 2007 in Mexico, slated for their October 1 release.[5] In February 2008, 4 months after the DVD release in Brazil, the CD was released in a special limited edition, celebrating the sales of over 50,000 DVDs in the country.

Background and release[edit]

The live album was recorded at the Vicente Calderón Stadium in the city of Madrid, Spain, from a concert that formed part of RBD's Tour Celestial 2007 world tour. The concert setlist mainly consisted of songs from the group's third and fourth studio albums, Celestial and Rebels.[6]

The album was released on October 1, 2007 in Mexico and on October 2, 2007 in Spain. In Brazil, only the accompanying live concert DVD of the same name was released. The official album release was held on October 3, 2007 to coincide with the group's 'Worldwide RBD Day' celebration, which gathered 5,000 fans in an autograph signing that lasted four hours. RBD band member Anahí stated regarding the album's release in Mexico: "The truth is this is surprising, we're very excited and thankful to know that our Mexican fans follow us every step of the way just like the first day and that the 'Rebeldemania' instead of decreasing continues to grow and we couldn't be happier."[6]

Track listing[edit]

Hecho en España – [CD 1]
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Obertura Celestial" Güido Laris 1:36
2. "Cariño Mío" 3:15
3. "Ser O Parecer" Armando Ávila 3:23
4. "Wanna Play"
  • RedOne
  • Martin
3:33
5. "Dame" Carlos Lara 4:20
6. "Money Money" 3:48
7. "Quiero Poder"
2:47
8. "Sálvame"
4:25
9. "Bésame Sin Miedo" 3:31
10. "I Wanna Be the Rain" Diane Warren 4:49
Total length: 35:27
Hecho en España – [CD 2]
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Algún Día" Lara 4:16
2. "Medley": "Quizá"/"Este Corazón"
  • Ávila
  • Michkin Boyzo
  • Ángel Reyero
4:37
3. "No Pares" Thomas[8] 4:58
4. "Tu Amor" Warren 5:01
5. "Nuestro Amor"
  • Memo Médez Guiú
  • Emil "Billy" Méndez
3:55
6. "Aún Hay Algo"
  • Lara
  • Karen Sokoloff[9]
3:36
7. "Tras de Mí"
  • Lara
  • Sokoloff
  • Damián
3:47
8. "Celestial"
  • Lara
  • Damián
3:28
9. "Rebelde"
  • DJ Kafka
  • di Carlo
3:21
10. "Cariño Mío Reprise"
  • RedOne
  • Martin
1:56
Total length: 38:55

Notes

  • "Money Money" samples RBD's own song "Lento" (2006). Both were produced by reggaeton production duo Luny Tunes.
  • "Bésame Sin Miedo" is the Spanish language cover version of the song "Kiss Me Like You Mean It", by American singer and actress Sara Paxton.
  • "Tu Amor" was originally recorded by American singer Jon B. on his album Cool Relax (1997).
  • The album did not include some songs that RBD performed during the actual live concert, such as the medley from their first studio album, Rebelde (2004), as well as "Fuera" and "Me Voy", from their second studio album, Nuestro Amor (2005). There are unofficial versions of the album including such songs, but in low quality and edited by fans.

Personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from the album's liner notes.[10]

Musicians

Production

Charts and certifications[edit]

Release history[edit]

Region Release date Format Label
Mexico October 1, 2007[12] CD, digital download
EMI
Spain October 2, 2007

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "RBD - Hecho en España". Allmusic. Retrieved August 19, 2013. 
  2. ^ Desarrollo Galeria
  3. ^ "Hecho en España - RBD". Billboard. Retrieved November 21, 2012. 
  4. ^ TV y Espectáculos (October 2, 2007). "RBD lanza "Hecho en España" festejando el día mundial de RBD" (in Spanish). Retrieved November 21, 2012. 
  5. ^ Mixup Music Store
  6. ^ a b "Lanza RBD su disco 'Hecho en España'". Noroeste (in Spanish). October 30, 2007. Retrieved August 19, 2013. 
  7. ^ Carlos Lara billed as DJ Kafka
  8. ^ Lynda Thomas billed as Thomas
  9. ^ Max di Carlo billed as Karen Sokoloff
  10. ^ "Hecho en España Credits - RBD". Allmusic. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
  11. ^ "RBD - HECHO EN ESPAÑA [DVD] (ALBUM)". Spain Charts (in Spanish). Retrieved June 16, 2013. 
  12. ^ "RBD – Tour Celestial 2007: Hecho En España". Discogs. October 1, 2007. Retrieved August 19, 2013.