Primera Toma

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Primera Toma
La5aestacion primeratoma.jpg
Studio album by La 5ª Estación
Released December 3, 2001
Recorded 2001 (Madrid, Spain)
Genre Latin pop/rock
Label Sony
La 5ª Estación chronology
Primera Toma
(2001)
Flores de Alquiler
(2004)Flores de Alquiler2004
Singles from Primera Toma
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Primera Toma (Take One) is the first studio album release from Spanish music trio, La 5ª Estación. It was released in 2002 in Mexico only. At first the album was not well received due to a lack of knowledge of who La 5ª Estación was at the time. However the album managed to become a hit when the song, "¿Dónde Irán?", was used as the opening theme song for the successful telenovela, Clase 406. This promotion caught the attention of audiences in Latin America and the United States. The song was then chosen as the debut single for the band and was also their first commercial hit in Mexico. After the release of their debut single, La 5ª Estación released two more singles from the album which were even bigger than Dónde Irán. These were "Perdición" and "No Quiero Perderte".

Track listing[edit]

# Song Translation Duration
1 Dónde Irán Where Will They Go 3:20
2 No Quiero Perderte I Don't Want to Lose You 2:47
3 Ayer Yesterday 2:15
4 Sólo Es Un Minuto It's Only a Minute 2:55
5 Cinco Estaciones Five Seasons 3:12
6 Perdición Perdition 3:41
7 Perdiendo el Control Losing Control 3:19
8 Nada Será Igual Nothing Will Be the Same 3:05
9 Cuando Acaba la Noche When the Night Ends 3:36
10 Cerca de Ti Close to You 2:32
11 Coma Coma 3:05
12 Todo Se Vuelve Extraño Everything Becomes Strange 3:08
13 Contigo Sí (version acustica) With You Yes (acoustic version) 2:11

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review