Tu Veneno

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Tu Veneno
Natalia Oreiro-Tu Veneno2000.jpg
Studio album by Natalia Oreiro
Released August 8, 2000
Recorded 2000
Los Angeles, California
Seville, Spain
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Genre Latin pop
Length 60:04
Language Spanish
Label BMG Ariola Argentina
Producer Pablo Durand
Natalia Oreiro chronology
Natalia Oreiro
(1998)Natalia Oreiro1998
Tu Veneno
(2000)
Turmalina
(2002)Turmalina2002
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars link

Tu Veneno is the second album by Uruguayan singer and actress Natalia Oreiro. It is also the first Spanish language album since 1998.

Background[edit]

Natalia Oreiro pursued her music career with her second album, Tu Veneno, and presentations in "Gala de la Hispanidad", "Gala de Murcia" (both in Spain) and "Festival de la Calle 8" in Miami. Her most important appearance was in the prestigious Latin television show Sábado Gigante Internacional, hosted by Don Francisco. Natalia's mayor achievement at this time was her music performance in Chile at the Viña del Mar Festival 2000, for which she was crowned Queen of that event. The album scored a Latin Grammy nomination for Best Pop Female Vocal Album, but lost to Christina Aguilera's Mi Reflejo. More than 3,600,000 copies of this album was sold worldwide.[citation needed]

Release[edit]

The single of the same name as the CD came out in Argentina 26 June 2000. Immediately became a hit number one in the charts. The single was filmed a video clip as a promo on the occasion of the CD. CD Tu veneno published in Argentina 8 August 2000.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Tu Veneno" 3:00
2. "Río De La Plata" 4:33
3. "Cómo Te Olvido" 3:44
4. "Luna Brava" 4:14
5. "Aburrida" 3:40
6. "Estamos Todos Solos" (We're All Alone) 3:40
7. "Gitano Corazón" 3:06
8. "Febrero" 4:37
9. "Dónde Irá" 5:01
10. "Basta De Ti" 3:30
11. "Mata Y Envenena" 4:49
12. "Si Me Vas A Dar Tu Amor" 4:41
13. "Que Pena Me Das" 3:30
14. "Un Ramito De Violetas" 4:32
15. "Caliente" 3:27

Personnel[edit]

Credits for Tu Veneno adapted from Allmusic:[1]

  • Alex Acuña – Guest Artist
  • Gustavo Borner – Engineer, Recorder
  • Pablo Durand – Arranger, Producer
  • Benny Faccone – Engineer, Recorder
  • Yoad Nevo – Arranger
  • Carlos Nieto – Engineer, Recorder
  • Natalia Oreiro – Lead vocals
  • Diego Ortells – Arranger
  • Fernando López Rossi – Composer
  • Jess Sutcliffe – Engineer, Recorder

Official versions[edit]

  • "Tu Veneno" (main version) (3:00)
  • "Tu Veneno" (version karaoke) (3:00)
  • "Tu Veneno" (video clip) (3:00)
  • "Tu Veneno" (remix) (2:33)
  • "Río De La Plata" (main version) (4:33)
  • "Río De La Plata" (remix) (3:34)
  • "Basta De Ti" (radio dance remix) (3:20)
  • "Basta De Ti" (extended dance remix) (4:17)
  • "Basta De Ti" (main version) (3:30)

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label
Argentina August 8, 2000 BMG Ariola Argentina

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  1. Natalia Oreiro Official Site