Mundo de Cristal

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Mundo de Cristal
Mundo de Cristal.jpg
Studio album by Thalía
Released 26 September 1991 (1991-09-26)
Recorded 1990-1991
Genre
Length 47:30
Label Melody/Fonovisa
Producer Alfredo Diaz Ordaz
Thalía chronology
Thalía
(1990)Thalía1990
Mundo de Cristal
(1991)
Love
(1992)Love1992
Singles from Mundo de Cristal
  1. "Sudor"
  2. "En La Intimidad"
  3. "Te Necesito"
  4. "Fuego Cruzado"

Mundo de Cristal (English: Crystal World) is the second studio album by Mexican singer Thalía, released in Mexico by Fonovisa Records in 1991.[1][2] It was Thalia´s last album to be produced by Alfredo Díaz Ordaz, who was Thalía's first boyfriend and died from hepatitis in 1992.[3] The album was certified 2x Platinum in Mexico for shipments of 200,000.[4]

To celebrate Thalía's 25 anniversary as a solo artist, as for December 2014, this album is available in the digital platforms iTunes and Spotify.

Singles[edit]

  • Sudor: the first single from the second studio album. It was released to Mexican radios in August of 1991. The song reached number three in Mexico City[5], number ten in the latin radios of Los Angeles[6] and number eight in San Salvador. No music video was released to the song.[7]
  • En la Intimidad: second single of the album, the song was released in the year 1991. The video was directed by Carlos Somonte.
  • Te Necessito: third single of the album, the song was released in 1992.
  • Fuego Cruzado: the last single of the album, a music video was released in 1992.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Writer(s) Length
1 "Cristal" (Instrumental) Alfredo Díaz Ordaz 1:24
2 "Sudor" (Parte I y II) Alfredo Díaz Ordaz 5:04
3 "El Bombo de tu Corazón" Aureo Baqueiro 4:38
4 "Te Necesito" Alfredo Díaz Ordaz 4:58
5 "Madrid" Alfredo Díaz Ordaz 4:46
6 "Fuego Cruzado" Luis Cabañas Agudo, Pablo Pinilla 4:36
7 "Jolie Madame" Thalía Sodi 3:51
8 "Mundo de Cristal" Alfredo Díaz Ordaz 5:05
9 "En La Intimidad" Fernando Riba, Kiko Campos 5:06
10 "Me Matas" Pablo Pinilla 3:11
11 "En Silencio" Alfredo Díaz Ordaz 4:59
12 "Blues Jam" Thalía Sodi, Alfredo Díaz Ordaz 2:32

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Thalía-Official Site". www.thalia.com. 2012. Retrieved 2012-10-17. 
  2. ^ "Allmusic:Thalía- Mundo de Cristal". www.allmusic.com. 2012. Retrieved 2012-10-17. 
  3. ^ "Billboard:Thalía Biography". www.billboard.com. 2012. Retrieved 2012-10-17. 
  4. ^ "Acapulco bailó y cantó con Thalía". El Siglo de Torreón. December 20, 1992. Archived from the original on June 18, 2016. Retrieved February 9, 2016. 
  5. ^ El Siglo de Torreón (Octubre 08, 1991) - El Elepé de Vilo at the Wayback Machine (archived 19 March 2016). El Siglo de Torreón
  6. ^ El Siglo de Torreón (Noviembre 08, 1991) - Los discos más populares de Estados Unidos at the Wayback Machine (archived 19 March 2016). El Siglo de Torreón
  7. ^ El Siglo de Torreón (Noviembre 08, 1991) - Los discos más populares de Latinoamérica at the Wayback Machine (archived 19 March 2016). El Siglo de Torreón