Sueños en tránsito

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Sueños en tránsito
Spanish: Dreams in traffic
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Studio album by Nicole
Released June 1997
Recorded 1995–97
Matrix Studios, London
Genre Pop, alternative rock, electronic, indie pop, trip hop
Length 43:07
Label RCA
Producer Gustavo Cerati
Nicole chronology
Esperando nada
(1994)Esperando nada1994
Sueños en tránsito
(1997)
Grandes éxitos
(2002)Grandes éxitos2002
Singles from Sueños en tránsito
  1. "Despiertame"
    Released: April, 1997
  2. "Todo Lo Que Quiero"
    Released: September, 1997
  3. "No Soy De Nadie"
    Released: February, 1998
  4. "Noche"
    Released: July, 1998
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.7/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars[2]

Sueños en tránsito (Spanish: Dreams in traffic) is the third studio album by recording artist Nicole. It was released by RCA Records in June, 1997 and her final album with Sony Music. The album represented another, and most radical change in Nicole musical style. the record shifts from her traditional Latin pop and pop rock influences, instead exploring electronic, trip hop, and alternative rock styles. The album received critical acclaim from the music press, earning praise for its alternative style, Gustavo Cerati's production, and Nicole songwriting and emotive singing style.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks produced by Gustavo Cerati, unless otherwise noted.

Standard edition
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Cielos" Nicole, Sebastian Piga, Andres Sylleros   4:21
2. "Despiertame" Nicole, Sebastian Piga, Andres Sylleros   4:00
3. "Noche" Leo Garcia   2:28
4. "Todo Lo Que Quiero" Sara Ugarte, Claudia Parra   3:08
5. "Sirenas" Nicole, Sebastian Piga, Andres Sylleros   5:00
6. "Tuve Que Herirme" Sara Ugarte   4:31
7. "No Soy de Nadie" Carola Bony   3:12
8. "Cuervos" Nicole, Sebastian Piga, Andres Sylleros   4:28
9. "Amores Sin Voz" Nicole, Andres Sylleros   3:19
10. "Piel Lunar" Nicole, Gustavo Cerati, Andres Sylleros, Guillermo Ugarte   3:25
11. "Lunas" (Instrumental) Nicole, Gustavo Cerati, Andres Sylleros, Guillermo Ugarte   2:23
12. "Verte Reir" Nicole Nicole, Gustavo Cerati 2:34

Personnel[edit]

Taken and adapted from Allmusic.com.[3]

  • Nicole - Art Direction, Composer, Performer, Lyricist, Producer, Primary Artist, Vocals (Lead and background)
  • Gustavo Cerati - Producer, Composer, Guitar, Vocals (Background)
  • Ray Staff - Mastering
  • Andres Sylleros - Arranger, Composer, Keyboards
  • Ernesto Medina - Design
  • Lloyd Gardiner - Mixing
  • Guillermo Ugarte - Composer, Keyboard Programming, Sample Programming
  • Andre Baeza - Drums
  • Emilo Garcia - Guitar
  • Eduardo Bergallo - Engineer, Mixing
  • Joaquin Garcia - Assistant Engineer
  • Sebastian Piga - Composer, Flute, Guitar, Vocals (Background)
  • Mario Salazar - Photography
  • Gideon Mendel - Photography

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ (Posted: 9 September 1997). "Rolling Stone Colombia: Sueños en tránsito nuevo album de Nicole : Review". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 10 September 1997.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  3. ^ "Nicole-Suenos en Transito". Allmusic. Retrieved 28 October 1997.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)

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