Revolución (song)

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"Revolución"
Single by Enrique Iglesias
from the album Vivir
Released August 18, 1997 (1997-08-18)
Format CD · promo single
Recorded 1995-1996
Studio Nadir Studios
Cinearte Studios
(Madrid, Spain)
New River Studios
(Fort Lauderdale, Florida)
Ocean Way Recording & Westlake Audio
(Hollywood, California)
Genre Latin pop
Length 3:56
Label Fonovisa
Songwriter(s) Chein García-Alonso
Producer(s) Rafael Pérez-Botija
Enrique Iglesias singles chronology
"Volveré"
(1997)
"Revolución"
(1997)
"Lluvia Cae"
(1997)
"Volveré"
(1997)
"Revolución"
(1997)
"Lluvia Cae"
(1997)

"Revolución" ("Revolution") is the title of the fifth single released by Spanish singer-songwriter Enrique Iglesias from his second studio album, Vivir (1997), It was released on August 18, 1997 (see 1997 in music).

Song information[edit]

The track was written by Chein García-Alonso, who also wrote the #1 hit "Experiencia Religiosa" for Iglesias. This single became the first song released in United States not to peak at number 1 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart, breaking the string of eight consecutive number ones ("Si Tú Te Vas", "Experiencia Religiosa", "Por Amarte", "No Llores Por Mí", "Trapecista", "Enamorado Por Primera Vez", "Sólo En Tí" and "Miente").

Chart performance[edit]

The track debuted on the United States Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart at number 12 on October 11, 1997[1] and peaked at number 6 two weeks later on October 25, 1997.[2]

Chart (1997) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks[3] 6
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay[4] 5
U.S. Billboard Latin Regional Mexican Airplay[5] 7

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""Hot Latin Tracks" on Billboard.com". October 11, 1997. Retrieved January 8, 2008. [dead link]
  2. ^ ""Hot Latin Tracks" on Billboard.com". October 25, 1997. Retrieved January 8, 2008. [dead link]
  3. ^ ""Hot Latin Tracks" on Billboard.com". October 25, 1997. Retrieved January 8, 2008. [dead link]
  4. ^ ""Latin Pop Airplay" on Billboard.com". October 18, 1997. Archived from the original on December 13, 2015. Retrieved January 8, 2008. 
  5. ^ ""Latin Regional Mexican Airplay" on Billboard.com". October 11, 1997. Retrieved January 8, 2008. [dead link]