Segundo Romance (Second Romance) is the 13th studio album released by Mexican singer Luis Miguel on August 30, 1994 by Warner Music Group. The album was produced by Miguel himself and co-produced by Armando Manzanero, Juan Carlos Calderón, and Kiko Cibrian. Segundo Romance became one of the biggest-selling album by Miguel in the United States and Latin America, earning album certifications in several countries. It was second best-selling Latin album of the year and the best-selling Latin album of the 1990s by a male artist. Four singles from the album were released; two of which reached #1 on the Top Latin Songs.
In 1991, Luis Miguel released Romance, a collection of classic ballads from the history of Latin America. The album became a success and sold over a million copes and received a Grammy Award-nomination. Armando Manzanero, who helped co-produced Romance, is one of Mexico's most prominent songwriter for romantic songs. Juan Carlos Calderón has produced albums for Miguel in the past since his signing on with Warner Music Group Mexico, though he was not involved with Romance.
In less than a month after its initial release, Segundo Romance sold over 730,000 copies. It became one of the best-selling Spanish-language albums of the 1990s when it debuted and peaked at #29 on Billboard 200 on the week of September 17, 1994. On the same week, it debuted at #7 on the Top Latin Albums and #4 on the Latin Pop Albums chart.Segundo Romance spent a total of 29 nonconsecutive weeks at #1 on the Top Latin Albums chart and 30 nonconsecutive weeks on the at #1 on the Latin Pop Albums chart. The album was the second-best selling of Latin album and best selling Latin pop album of the year. It became the first Spanish-language album to be a certified Platinum for shipping one million copies in the United States. The album was a success in parts of Latin America where it received a diamond certification in Argentina and gold in Brazil.Segundo Romance even became a hit outside of Latin America in countries such as Saudi Arabia and Finland.
The lead single released from the album was the cover of Carlos Gardel's tango song "El Día Que Me Quieras" (The Day That You Want Me) which reach #1 on the Top Latin Songs (formerly Hot Latin Tracks). The second single from the album was the cover of José Alfredo Jimenez's ranchera, "La Media Vuelta" (Turn around) which also reach #1 on the Top Latin Songs chart. The third single, "Todo y Nada" (Everything and Nothing), peaked at #3 on the Top Latin Songs and #1 on the Latin Pop Airplay. The last single, "Delirio" (Delirium), which peaked at #16 on the Top Latin Songs.