La Calle de las Sirenas
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|La Calle de las Sirenas|
|Studio album by Kabah|
|Released||April 16, 1996|
|Singles from La Calle de las Sirenas|
La Calle de las Sirenas was Kabah's second album and the band's most successful material. It was released in 1996. Most of the songs were written by the band members and Fitte, their personal manager, the album went straight to number one in Mexico and Argentina.
"La Calle de las Sirenas", was the lead single of the album, which was released in the spring of 1996 and peaked 10 consecutive weeks at the number one position on the Mexican Top 40 Charts, it also provided to the band their breakout single all around Hispanic-America; it also was Top 10 in Japan. It was the second biggest hit of the year in Mexico only behind of the smash teen-pop hit Azúcar amargo by Fey.
Then came in the same 1996 "Vive" and "Fuego de Gloria" (Televisa's theme of the 1996 Summer Olympics Games).
Their fourth single "Estaré" was released in December 1996, it also peaked at number one in Mexico and their fifth single "Amor de Estudiante" was released in January 1997, and became another number one hit for the band, which served as the main theme of the soap opera Mi Generación in that year; other singles included "Amor por Amor" and "Juntos". The members' look for this album was full of colors and energy directed.
The album sold 1,500,000 copies in Mexico and 2,500,000 in the rest of the world.
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