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Timbiriche
Timbiriche.jpg
Timbiriche in Fiesta Telcel 2007
Background information
Also known as La Banda Timbiriche
Origin Mexico City, Mexico
Genres
Years active 1982-1994
1998-1999
2007-2008
Labels Discos Melody
Fonovisa
EMI Music
Past members

Timbiriche (also known for a brief time as La Banda Timbiriche) was a Mexican Pop music group. The group started as a children's group in 1982 and managed to evolve successfully into adulthood.

Timbiriche is considered as the most important groups of Latin pop of the 1980s and early 1990s.[1] It was the seed of numerous figures in the Latin American entertainment world, including successful singers like Paulina Rubio, Thalía and Edith Márquez, as well as actors, composers and conductors.

The discography of the group consists of twelve studio albums released between 1982 and 1993, in addition to two compilation albums and two discs recorded live. The group has met in two successful reunions. The first occurred in 1998 and the second in 2007 on the occasion of the celebration of twenty-five years of the foundation of the band.

Parallel to its musical career, the group also starred in a documentary directed by Carlos Marcovich entitled La Misma Piedra that followed step by step the group's adventures in the preparation of the tours, concerts and behind the scenes of its 25th anniversary. In 2007, Televisa also produced a reality show whose objective was to integrate a new lineup of the group.[2]


History[edit]

Name[edit]

Timbiriche (known in the United States as Dots and Boxes), is a Paper-and-pencil game of mathematical structure. The objective of the game is to complete squares using points, and thus claim as many of these as possible on paper.[3] The idea of naming the musical group comes in response to the Spanish children's musical group Parchís, whose name is also inspired by a table game.

Origin[edit]

The idea of forming the musical group goes back to the founding of the children's area of the Centro de Educación Artística (CEA) of the Mexican television network Televisa. The responsibility of recruiting a group of children for the ranks of the school was in charge of the Mexican actress and producer Martha Zavaleta. The children chosen to join the institution were Mariana Garza, Alix Bauer, Paulina Rubio and Diego Schoening. They were eventually joined by Benny Ibarra and Sasha Sokol. The group of children were trained in singing, dancing and acting in the institution. Eventually they staged a play. It was thanks to this work that the executives of Televisa had the idea of forming a children's musical group with the six children.[4] At that time, the Spanish musical group Parchís caused a sensation in Mexico and several countries of Spanish Speaking. Televisa formed Timbiriche as a Mexican response to Parchís. The creative team in charge of launching this group was formed by Victor Hugo O'Farril, former partner, producer and creative of the television station and producer Luis de Llano Macedo. María Eugenia La Gorda Galindo, was selected as manager of the group.

Children's Band (1982-1984)[edit]

After a few months of preparation, Timbiriche made its official debut on April 30, 1982 on the Mexican television show Siempre en Domingo, featuring Spanish singer Miguel Bosé as its godfather.[5] The group launches their first record production titled Timbiriche, which included the hit singles Amor para tí, Hoy tengo que decirte Papá, Y la fiesta comenzó and Somos amigos.

Due to the success obtained, and in order to have a wider repertoire in their presentations, the group recorded a second album titled La Banda Timbiriche, which included the hit singles La Banda Timbiriche, La vida es mejor cantando, México and Mamá . The group is also chosen to interpret the musical theme of the children's telenovela Chispita. In that same year, the group participates in a special of television where it shares scene with the group Parchís.

In 1983, the group released the album La Banda Timbiriche: En Concierto an album that was released under the concept of being a live album, although in fact the sound effects of the public were added in the recording studio. The album includes covers of songs in English and of musicals famous at that time like Time Warp of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, One Step (cover of Liza Minnelli and Goldie Hawn' song), Summer Nights (from the musical Grease) and Mickey (cover by Toni Basil).[6] In this third album, the group already enjoyed a great acceptance in Mexico, receiving several disks of gold by the high sales of its albums.

At that moment of the group, the voices of the only two male members of the group were confused with those of the female members due to their young age. Because of this, the producers considered the idea of integrating a third male member into the group. The chosen one was Erik Rubín, who joins the band in December of 1983. The band launches its fourth disc, titled Timbiriche Disco Ruido. The album was the first big challenge of the band, because it was not known what the public reaction would be to the new member, who had to go through many conflicts to adapt with his peers. However, the album had a good reception and contained hits such as Disco ruido and Adiós a la escuela.

Teen Band (1985-1987)[edit]

In 1984, Timbiriche, along with several other children actors and singers, starred in a version of the play Grease (called Vaselina in Mexico). The play was produced by the actress and producer Julissa. From this staging comes the album Timbiriche Vaselina, which was another success of the grouping. The album released the hit singles Amor primero (Those Magic Changes), Rayo Rebelde (Grease Lightnin'), Freddy mi amor (Freddy My love) and Iremos juntos (We Go Together).

For 1985, the group begins an evolution. They were no longer a children's group, and this situation leads to a new, fresher sound aimed at teenagers. This change is evident in the record Timbiriche Rock Show, released in 1985.

But in the middle of the success, Benny decides to leave the group in September of that same year, after the recording of the album and after to have participated only in the promotion of the first two singles. His reason was that he wanted to prepare in music by enrolling in a school in the United States. The chosen one to replace it was Eduardo Capetillo, that already had been made known before for his stellar roll in the play Grease. Eduardo is the one who performs the rest of the album promotion. From this production stand out songs like Teléfono (cover of Sheena Easton's song Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair)), Juntos, Soy un desastre, Corro, vuelo, me acelero, Me planto y Mi globo azul (cover of Nena' s song 99 Luftballons).

In August 1986 Sasha, another founding member, announced her departure from the group in order to become independent and launch herself as a solo singer. A month later, her place is occupied by Thalía, who had been announced a few years ago in a children's musical group called Din-Din, and also served as a substitute for Sasha in the Grease play.[7]

In 1987, Timbiriche released the album Timbiriche VII. With this album, the group obtains a success superior to the one of the previous disc, consolidating like one of the youthful groups leaders of Latin America and Spain. The album included hits like No seas tan cruel, Besos de ceniza, Mírame (Cuestión de tiempo), Si no es ahora, Con todos menos conmigo, Rompecabezas, Mágico amor and Ya estaba escrito. Timbiriche VII is considered one of the best selling albums of Spanish music, with sales of about two million units.[8]

In that same year, Timbiriche interprets the main theme of the telenovela Quinceañera, that was carried out by Thalía and the actress Adela Noriega.

In December of that same year, the group is invited to participate in the Christmas album Esta navidad, next to another artists. Timbiriche interprets the song ¡Ay del Chiquirritín!. In that same month, Mariana Garza, another of the founding members of the group, announces her departure from the group to enter as a television actress. It is Mariana herself who chooses for her replacement Edith Márquez, another young girl who was also part of Grease's cast. In addition, Edith already was well-known for her participation in the TV sitcom Papá soltero. Edith lived a difficult process of adaptation when arriving at the group.[9]

Adult Band (1988-1991)[edit]

In 1988 goes on sale the double album Timbiriche VIII & IX. The reason for producing a double album was that the producers did not decide to choose the repertoire of songs that would include in the new album. At that time, the double discs were a novelty in Latin America and few artists were encouraged to produce them. The album (which was also released for sale separately) included the hit singles Tú y yo somos uno mismo, Ámame hasta con los dientes, Acelerar, Yo no se si es amor, Me estoy volviendo loca, Junto a tí, Máscaras, Pasos and Tú me vuelves loco. This period is considered as the zenith in the trajectory of the group and gives another step in its evolution, positioning itself as a young adult band.

In November of 1988, Alix, another of the founders, decides to leave the group to prepare her solo career. After a series of auditions, in February of 1989 her place is occupied by Bibi Gaytán, who ends next to the rest of the members the tour corresponding to the double album.

In February 1989 goes out for sale the first compilation album of the group titled Los Clásicos de Timbiriche. The album contains a compilation of the group's greatest hits, accompanied by the Symphony Orchestra of Mexico City, and was recorded in the Sala Netzahualcoyotl of Mexico City. The disc included an unpublished song, titled Por tí, and counted with the participation of Benny, Sasha and Mariana, the former members of the group. The production was recorded at the end of 1988, when Alix was still part of the group, but was released on sale until February 1989. That's why Bibi was not included in the album.

In August of 1989 Eduardo Capetillo and Thalía also opt to leave the group to prepare their solo careers. After new auditions, their places are occupied by Claudio Bermúdez and Patty Tanús respectively.

The album Timbiriche X is considered by many as the last album that retains the original style of the band that, at the moment, already had only three of the original members: Paulina, Diego and Erik, besides Edith and Bibi, who were joined by Claudio and Patty. However, after only a few months, Patty is expelled from the group for having lied to producers regarding her age and marital status, being replaced by Silvia Campos, who although she did not record the album, if she toured and promoted it . The disc contained a strong influence of the dance music, that at that moment enjoyed enormous popularity in the dance floors of the world. The album included the successful singles Princesa Tibetana, Me pongo mal, Historia de amor, Yo no soy una más, Sacudete and Como te diré. With this record, Timbiriche receives his first Eres Award as Best Pop Group. In 1991, the group celebrates its 10th anniversary.

But at the end of the tour, Paulina, another of the founding members, leaves the group to open a career as a soloist. Just two weeks later, Erik, Edith and Bibi also announce their departure from the group to pursue a career as soloists. This situation leaves Diego as the only original member of the band, in addition to Claudio and Silvia.

The Second Generation (1991-1994)[edit]

Without the majority of its original members, the group was in decline, but the producers decided to continue with the concept and bet on launching a new generation. Surprisingly, in the midst of production, Claudio is fired from the group.

By the end of 1991, the band returns with five new members: Lorena Shelley, Daniel Gaytan, Tannya Velasco, Kenya Hijuelos and Alexa Lozano. Together with Diego and Silvia they record the album Timbiriche XI. Kenya leaves the group before the official presentation of the disc by decision of the creators of the group by conflicts between the new members, being replaced by Jean Duverger. This second generation is officially presented during a broadcast of Siempre en domingo, in which all former members were invited to introduce the new members. This meeting was unique, since it had almost all the members of the group, being the only ones missing Diego, due to health problems and Thalía, who was working in Spain.

Despite retaining the name and concept in general, there was a new musical style that mixed dance and tropical rhythms. Although the album was not so popular with fans of the first generation, it began to appeal to younger generations, thanks to hitls like Vanidosa, Sólo te quiero a tí, Tierra dorada, and Piel a piel, receiving disc of Gold and platinum by high sales. Thanks to this the group could survive another year.

For 1993 they record Timbiriche XII, disc of which it was detached like the last success of the group: Muriendo Lento (cover of Slowly original song of the ex- singer of the Swedish group ABBA, Anni-Frid Lyngstad). But at the beginning of 1994 Alexa decided to leave the group, announcing it in a concert in Monterrey to the fans without having said before to the managers and companions. This was one of the reasons that led to the final disintegration.

First Reunion (1998-1999)[edit]

In 1998, in the frame of the Festival Acapulco '98, the original six members reunited in the scene in a historical night that broke record of hearing. After the success obtained, it reissues the disc Los Clásicos de Timbiriche, now with the name of Timbiriche Symphonic that generated great stir among the followers.

Plans for a formal reunion crystallized in late November 1998, when the group performed a concert at the Auditorio Nacional of Mexico City. This concert also included Erik Rubín. For 1999, the group initiated a tour that was developed by all Mexico and part of Latin America. The reunion established in the Auditorio Nacional a record of hearing with more than 20 consecutive concerts. The tour would conclude with a massive concert at Foro Sol, also in Mexico City.

From that tour a double album titled Timbiriche, El concierto, was recorded that was recorded live in the Auditorio Nacional on December 20, 1998. This album also included three new songs: Esta Despierto, Suma Cósmica and La Fuerza del Amor.

25th Anniversary Reunion (2007-2008)[edit]

The original members of the group (including Erik, and with the exception of Paulina Rubio, who can not participate for personal commitments), reunite in 2007 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the band (April 30, 2007). The celebration takes place through a tour of concerts and three albums: one before the concerts, titled Timbiriche 25, with new versions of 12 classic songs of the group, a live album with some songs of the concert titled Somos Timbiriche 25 and finally the live album Timbiriche Vivo en Vivo (cd double + DVD) with the full version of the concert. This last album also includes three unpublished songs: Vuelvo a Comenzar, Atado a tí and Domar el Aire. These themes are a gift and thanks to the fans who helped make Timbiriche's 25th anniversary a great success.

Timbiriche broke its record in the Auditorio Nacional with more than 20 consecutive presentations with full masses and more than 30 concerts throughout Mexico. On Monday, May 5, 2008 Timbiriche closed the celebration of its 25 years in the arena Foro Sol in Mexico City.

The group also had a special participation on May 17 at the concert of the ALAS to help children in Mexico City, alongside singers like Miguel Bosé, Ricky Martin, Maná, Chayanne, Alejandro Sanz, Paulina Rubio and Shakira, among others.

In addition, the film director Carlos Marcovich who accompanied the group for much of the tour, announced the production of a documentary feature on Timbiriche, which was called La misma Piedra and premiered on Friday, November 21, 2008 in all Mexico cinemas.

The Reality Show[edit]

To celebrate the twenty-five years of the group, Televisa decided to launch a great call for the formation of a new Band Timbiriche, this time formed by seven young people between 15 and 22 years. The process was carried out through a reality show called Buscando a Timbiriche, La Nueva Banda. It was attended by 30 young people, and was endorsed by some of the original creators of the concept and other personalities of the show (Luis de Llano, Memo Méndez Guiú, Marco Flavio Cruz, Marta Zavaleta, Amparo Rubin and Kiko Campos). The six members of the project Timbiriche 25 (Diego, Erick, Sasha, Alix, Mariana and Benny) who participated as a jury evaluating the performance of the candidates. The band would be called The New Timbiriche Band.

Brissia, Fernanda, Gabriela, Taide, Alberto, Eduardo and Yurem, were chosen to form this new group. But the concept did not have the expected success. Only the single Tú, tú, tú achieve some acceptance of the public. The group disintegrated in April 2009.

The Musical[edit]

In October 2007, producer Pedro Damián announced that he was planning to make a feature film based on Timbiriche's songs.

The script was written by Martha Carrillo and Cristina García (who wrote the script for the telenovela Tres Mujeres) which tells the story of adolescent love through the music of Sasha, Benny, Diego, Mariana, Álix, Érick, and Paulina.

About the project, Damián said, "It's like the play Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar (with music from Mecano) or like the Abba play Mamma Mia! — plays that used the music from the groups with different stories."

Carrillo told a Mexican newspaper that the plot deals with "the life of some kids who are trying to move forward with music, but not as a band; the main character is a composer, but she's not the one who sings."

The idea for a movie has been put on hiatus and the project has been initiated as a theatrical touring musical. The musical began auditions in January 2010 and is called Timbiriche: El Musical (Timbiriche: The Musical). The musical play is a love story that uses Timbiriche's songs as expressions but does not tell the story of the Timbiriche band.[10]

35th Anniversary Reunion (2017)[edit]

On April 30, 2017, Timbiriche celebrates its 35th Anniversary. After several rumors and requests from fans through social networks, on Monday May 29, Erik Rubin held a press conference where he announced the group's third reunion to commemorate its anniversary. As revealed by Rubin, this reunion is expected to start in September 2017 with an initial tour of 30 presentations. At the moment the official list of members of the reunion has not been confirmed, but it is rumored the presence of the seven original members of the band and possibly also special appearances of "La Chica Dorada" Paulina Rubio, Eduardo Capetillo, Thalía, Edith Márquez and Bibi Gaytán.[11]

Members[edit]

Original Members
Member Years First Members
Benny Ibarra 1982–1985 Original Member
Sasha Sokol 1982–1986 Original Member
Mariana Garza 1982–1987 Original Member
Alix Bauer 1982–1989 Original Member
Paulina Rubio 1982–1990 Original Member
Diego Schoening 1982–1994 Generation Member
Erik Rubín 1983–1991 Seventh Member
Replacements
Member Years Replaced
Eduardo Capetillo 1985–1989 Benny Ibarra
Thalía Sodi 1986–1989 Sasha Sokol
Edith Márquez 1987–1991 Mariana Garza
Bibi Gaytán 1989–1991 Alix Bauer
Claudio Bermúdez 1989–1991 Eduardo Capetillo
Patty Tanús 1989–1990 Thalía Sodi
Silvia Campos 1990–1994 Patty Tanúz
Lorena Shelley 1990–1994 Paulina Rubio
Daniel Gaytán 1991–1994 Erick Rubín
Tannya Velasco 1991–1994 Bibi Gaytán
Kenya Hijuelos 1991–1992 Edith Márquez
Alexa Lozano 1991–1994 Claudio Bermúdez
Jean Duverger 1992–1994 Kenya Hijuelos
New Generation Band Members
Member Years Order of Entry
Brissia Mayagoitia 2007–2008 First Member
Fernanda Arozqueta 2007–2009 Second Member
Alberto Dogre 2007–2009 Third Member
Gabriela Sanchez 2007–2009 Fourth Member
Eduardo Brito 2007–2009 Fifth Member
Taide Rodriguez 2007–2009 Sixth Member
Yurem Rojas 2007–2009 Seventh Member

Timeline[edit]


Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Certifications
Timbiriche
  • Released: 16 April 1982
  • Label: Fonovisa
  • Formats: LP
La Banda Timbiriche
  • Released: 1982
  • Label: Fonovisa
  • Formats: LP, K7
Timbiriche Disco Ruido
  • Released: 1983
  • Label: Fonovisa
  • Formats: LP, K7
Timbiriche Vaselina
  • Released: 1984
  • Label: Fonovisa
  • Formats: LP
Timbiriche Rock Show
  • Released: 1985
  • Label: Fonovisa
  • Formats: LP, K7
  • AMPROFON: Gold[12]
Timbiriche VII
  • Released: 3 March 1987
  • Label: Fonovisa
  • Formats: LP, K7, CD
Timbiriche VIII & IX
  • Released: 1988
  • Label: Fonovisa
  • Formats: LP, K7, CD
  • AMPROFON: Platinum[13]
Timbiriche X
  • Released: 1989
  • Label: Fonovisa
  • Formats: LP, K7, CD
Timbiriche 11
  • Released: 1992
  • Label: Fonovisa
  • Formats: LP, K7, CD
  • AMPROFON: Gold[14]
Timbiriche XII
  • Released: 1993
  • Label: Fonovisa
  • Formats: LP, K7, CD
  • AMPROFON: Gold[15]

Live albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
MEX
[16]
US
Latin

[17]
En Concierto
  • Released: 1983
  • Label: Discos y Cintas Melody
  • Formats: LP
En Concierto
  • Released: 1999
  • Label: Fonovisa Records
  • Formats: CD
  • AMPROFON: Platinum + Gold[18]
Somos Timbiriche 25 en Vivo
  • Released: 2007
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD
21
  • AMPROFON: Gold[18]
Vivo En Vivo
  • Released: 2008
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD
3
  • AMPROFON: Gold[18]

Compilation albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
MEX
[19]
US
Latin

[17]
US
Latin Pop

[20]
Los Clásicos de Timbiriche
  • Released: 29 January 1989
  • Label: Discos y Cintas Melody
  • Formats: LP
Timbiriche Symphonic
  • Released: 17 November 1998
  • Label: Universal Latino
  • Formats: CD
42
25 Años 5
Timbiriche 25
  • Released: 2007
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD
1 24 8
  • AMPROFON: Platinum + Gold[18]
Todo el reencuentro
  • Released: 2008
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD
34
La Historia
  • Released: 2011
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD
89
20 Super Temas: La Historia De Los Exitos
  • Released: 2011
  • Label: Universal Music
  • Formats: CD
16

Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
US Hot Latin Songs
[20]
US Latin Pop Airplay
[20]
1982 "Timbiriche" Timbiriche
"Hoy Tengo Que Decirte Papá"
"Amor Para Ti"
"Somos Amigos"
"Y La Fiesta Comenzo"
"El Gato Rocanrolero"
"La Banda Timbiriche" La Banda Timbiriche
"Chispita"
"La Vida Es Mejor Cantando"
"México"
"Mamá"
1983 "Micky" En Concierto
"Problema"
"Rock Del Manicomio" Disco Ruido
"Lo Pensé Muy Bien"
"Disco Ruido"
"Solo En Mi Cuarto"
"Adiós A La Escuela"
1984 "Noches De Verano" Timbiriche Vaselina
"El Autocinema"
"Sandra Dee"
"Rayo Rebelde"
"Amor Primero"
"Cosas Peores"
1985 "Teléfono" Timbiriche Rock Show
"Juntos"
"Soy Un Desastre"
"Vivirás"
"Corro, Vuelo, Me Acelero"
1986 "Ven, Ven, Ven"
"Me Plantó"
"Mi Globo Azul"
"No Seas Tan Cruel" Timbiriche VII
1987 "Besos De Ceniza" 45
"Mírame (Cuestión De Tiempo)"
"Si No Es Ahora"
"Con Todos Menos Conmigo"
"Mágico Amor"
1988 "Rompecabezas"
"Ya Estaba Escrito"
"Quinceañera" 33 Quinceañera
"Tu Y Yo Somos Uno Mismo" Timbiriche VIII & IX
"Ámame Hasta Con Los Dientes"
"Acelerar"
"No Se Si Es Amor"
"Me Estoy Volviendo Loca"
1989 "Junto A Ti"
"Máscaras"
"Tu Me Vuelves Loco"
"Pasos"
"Basta Ya"
"Lo Quiero"
1990 "Me Pongo Mal" Timbiriche X
"Princesa Tibetana"
"Historia De Amor"
"Yo No Soy Una Más"
1991 "Sacúdete"
"Como Te Diré"
1992 "Vanidosa" Timbiriche 11
"Solo Te Quiero A Ti"
"Ay Amor... Amor"
"Tierra Dorada"
1993 "Piel A Piel"
"Muriendo Lento" Timbiriche XII
"Volver A Comenzar"
"Cómplice"
1994 "Como Pude Amarte"
"Mira Alrededor"
1998 "Muriendo Lento" En Concierto
2007 "Tú y Yo Somos Uno Mismo" 32 Timbiriche 25
"Princesa Tibetana"
"—" denotes the single failed to chart or was not released.

Videography[edit]

Video albums[edit]

Year Video details Certifications Details
1994 La Trayectoria
  • Release date: 1994
  • Studio: Fonovisa
  • Format: VHS
  • 2 VHS release, with 60 minutes each one. The VHS 1 includes: El Amor Para Ti, El Gato Rockanrolero, Hoy Tengo Que Decirte Papa, Persecusion En La Ciudad, Somos Amigos, Disco Ruido, Me Planto, Juntos, Tu Y Yo Somos Uno Mismo, No, Amor Primero. VHS 2 includes: Besos De Ceniza, Corro,Vuelo Me Acelero, El Baile Del Sapo, Magico Amor, Mirame, No Seas Tan Cruel, Rompecabezas, Si No Es Ahora, Con Todos Menos Conmigo, Soy Un Desastre, Cocorito, Solo Tu,Solo Yo, 24.-Rococorocanroll, La Banda Timbiriche, Mexico, La Historia De... (documentary).
2004 Timbiriche Trayectoria Vol. I
  • AMPROFON: Gold[18]
  • A collection of Timbiriche's videos and live performances, it includes: "Timbiriche", "Hoy Tengo que Decirte Papa", "La Banda Timbiriche", "Chispita", "Payasos", "Noches de Verano", "El Baile del Sapo", "Micky (Mickey)", "Disco Ruido", "Rock del Manicomio", "Juntos", "Corro, Vuelo, me Acelero", "Soy un Desastre", "Mexico", "Quinceañera", "Soy un desastre" (Live).
2004 Timbiriche Trayectoria Vol. II
  • Release date: 22 March 2004
  • Studio: Univision Music Group
  • Format: DVD
  • AMPROFON: Gold[18]
  • A collection of Timbiriche's videos and live performances, it includes: "Rompecabezas", "No Seas Tan Cruel", "Con Todos Menos Conmigo", "Mirame (Cuestion de Tiempo)", "Si No Es Ahora", "Besos de Ceniza", "Tu y Yo Somos Uno Mismo", "Amame Hasta Con Los Dientes" "No Se Si Es Amor", "Princesa Tibetana", "Vanidosa", "Piel a Piel", "Ay Amor", "Muriendo Lento", "Volver a Comenzar", "Mickey" (Live),
2004 El Concierto
  • Release date: 21 September 2004
  • Studio: Univison
  • Format: VHS, DVD
  • AMPROFON: Gold[18]
  • Live concert released previously in double CD. It doesn't include all the songs from the live CD released. The concert: "Timbiriche", "Somos Amigos", "Princesa Tibetiana", "Si No Es Ahora", "Mama", "Mirame", "Soy Un Desastre", "Tu y Yo Somos Uno Mismo", "La Vida Es Mejor Cantando", "Hoy Tengo Que Decirte Papa", "Corro, Vuelo, Me Acelero". Plus: Esta Despierto (video), Interviews.
2008 25 Vivo En Vivo
  • Release 2008
  • Studio: EMI Music
  • Format: DVD
  • Live show recorded in 2007. Track listing: "Y La Fiesta Comenzó", "Somos Amigos", "La Banda Timbiriche", "Muriendo Lento"", Si No Es Ahora", "Soy Un Desastre", "Medley Vaselina", "Medley Rockero", "Sólo En Mi Cuarto" / "Solo Tú, Solo Yo", "Ojos De Miel" / "Amor Para Tí", "Mamá", "Junto A Ti", "Mírame (Cuestión De Tiempo)", "Besos De Ceniza", "Princesa Tibetana", "La Vida Es Mejor Cantando", "Tú Y Yo Somos Uno Mismo", "Corro, Vuelo, Me Acelero", "Con Todos Menos Conmigo", "Timbiriche", "Medley 80ero", "Juntos" / "Hoy Tengo Que Decirte Papá", "México".
2008 La Misma Piedra
  • Release 2008
  • Studio: EMI Music
  • Format: DVD
  • Documentary about the 25 Vivo En Vivo tour.

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  15. ^ ""Timbiriche" presenta su nuevo espectáculo". El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish). 20 August 1993. Archived from the original on 23 May 2017. Retrieved 23 May 2017. 
  16. ^ Peak positions for Mexico:
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  19. ^ Peak positions for Mexico:
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