Subir Al Cielo

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Subir Al Cielo
Subir Al Cielo cover.jpg
Studio album by MDO
Released October 31, 2000 (2000-10-31)
Recorded June–July 2000
Genre Latin pop · Pop rock
Length 50:59
Label Sony Discos
Producer
MDO chronology
Un Poco Más
(1999)
Subir Al Cielo
(2000)
A Little Piece of Heaven
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Subir Al Cielo is the third studio album recorded by Puerto Rican band MDO. It was released by Sony Music Latin on October 31, 2000.

Original member Anthony Galindo left the band shortly before, and members Pablo Portillo and Troy Tuminelli were hired to replace him.

The album spawned the hit single "Te Quise Olvidar". It also featured three songs in English.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Cuatro Paredes" Alejandro Jaén · William Paz · Abel Talamantez · Tommy Torres 3:55
2. "Te Quise Olvidar" Carlos Baute · Yasmil Marrufo 4:24
3. "Déjame Subirte Al Cielo" Amado Jaén · Evan Rogers · Carl Sturken 4:08
4. "A Mi Amor Tu Vas A Extrañar" Rudy Pérez · Bruce Weeden 3:34
5. "Baila" Karla Aponte · César Lemos 3:11
6. "Sin Tí" Omar Alfanno 3:26
7. "Tonigth, Te Amaré" Karla Aponte · César Lemos · Abel Talamantez 3:33
8. "Es La Cosa" William Paz · Evan Rogers · Abel Talamantez 3:58
9. "Yo No Tengo Corazón" William Paz 4:02
10. "Someone Help Me!" Abel Talamantez 3:55
11. "Locks All The Doors" Didier Hernández · Abel Talamantez · Tommy Torres 3:54
12. "So Hard To Forget"   4:25
13. "Te Quise Olvidar" (Versión Norteña) Carlos Baute · Yasmil Marrufo 3:33
Total length: 50:59

Sales and certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
United States (RIAA)[2] Platinum (Latin) 100,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

Personnel[edit]

  • Pedro Alfonso – Piano
  • Pete Amato – Scat
  • Gustavo Arenas – Arranger, Producer
  • Richard Bravo – Mixing, Percussion
  • Ed Calle – Sax (Baritone), Sax (Tenor), Saxophone
  • Gustavo Celis – Digital Editing, Engineer, Vocal Engineer
  • Tony Concepción – Horn Arrangements, Trumpet
  • Mike Couzzi – Mixing Engineer, Producer
  • Andrea Derby – Production Coordination
  • Jorge Dobal – Horn
  • Jose Luis Galvis – Assistant Engineer
  • Al Hemberger – Engineer
  • Julio Hernández – Bass
  • Alejandro Jaén – Producer, Spanish Version
  • César Lemos – Arranger, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar Programming, Keyboard Programming, Keyboards, Producer, Programming
  • Lee Levin – Drums
  • Óscar Llord – Executive Producer
  • Miami Symphonic Orchestra – String Ensemble
  • Alfredo Oliva – Concertina
  • Carlos Paucar – Engineer
  • Richie Pérez – Engineer
  • Rudy Pérez – Producer
  • Clay Perry – Keyboards, Programming
  • Elias Jr. Ponce – Assistant Engineer, Engineer
  • Cheito Quiñones – Trumpet
  • Leo Quintero – Guitar (Acoustic)
  • Daniel Ramos – Accordion, Arranger, Keyboards
  • Silvio Richetto – Digital Editing
  • Evan Rogers – Producer
  • Carl Sturken – Guitar, Producer
  • Dana Teboe – Trombone
  • Michael Hart Thompson – Guitar
  • Tommy Torres – Drum Programming, Guitar, Keyboards, Mixing, Producer
  • Adrian Trujillo – Engineer
  • Camilo Valencia – Arranger, Horn Arrangements, Percussion
  • Rick Wake – Producer
  • Dan Warner – Guitar (Electric)
  • Dave Way – Mixing
  • Bruce Weeden – Arranger, Engineer, Mixing, Producer
  • Doc Wiley – Engineer

Members[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "American album certifications – MDO – Subir al Cielo". Recording Industry Association of America.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click Type, then select Latin, then click SEARCH