Azucar Moreno - The Sugar Mix Album flac album
Title: The Sugar Mix Album
Style: House, Latin
MP3 album: 1847 mb
FLAC album: 1962 mb
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Mambo is the fifth studio album by Spanish duo Azúcar Moreno, released on CBS-Epic in 1991. The duo's two previous studio albums Carne De Melocotón and Bandido had resulted in the release of two remix albums, Mix in Spain and The Sugar Mix Album. Mambo was their first studio album on which the influences from contemporary dance music genres like house music, R&B and hip hop were fully integrated in the original production; the track "Feria" even saw the sisters making their debut as rappers.
This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist The sugar mix album. 1. A caballo (Dance mix). Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
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The Sugar Mix Album is the second remix album by Spanish duo Azúcar Moreno, released on CBS-Epic in late 1990. Following the duo's international breakthrough in 1990 with the Eurovision Song Contest entry "Bandido" and the album with the same title they released their second remix collection including the 12" versions of the singles "A Caballo", "Bandido", "Oye Como Va", "Guajira" and "Ven Devórame Otra Vez" . Flores would go on to remix several of Azúcar Moreno's hits later in the 1990s and 2000s.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Epic (catalog number EPC 467602 1). This album was released in 1990 year. Format of the release is.
Bandido is the fourth studio album by Spanish duo Azúcar Moreno, released on CBS-Epic in 1990. The album became the Salazár sisters' international breakthrough. The title track "Bandido" was chosen to represent Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 1990, held in Zagreb, Yugoslavia. The Bandido album, which sold triple platinum in Spain, was the first to be released in most parts of the world, including Europe, the Middle East, South and Central America and later also Japan, Australasia and the United States, where it reached on Billboard's Latin Pop chart. Bandido continued the musical development started on the preceding Carne De Melocotón by.
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|A1||A Caballo (Dance Mix)||6:05|
|A2||Bandido (Deep Mix)||6:10|
|A3||Debajo Del Olivio (Mix In Spain)
Remix – R.S.P.
|B1||Oye Como Va/Guajira (Puerto Rica Mix)
Remix – Javier Garza, Pablo Flores
|B2||Ven Devorame Otra Vez (Miami Mix)
Remix – Victor Di Pursia*
|B3||Aunque Me Falte El Aire (Lerele Mix)
Remix – R.S.P.
- Producer – Julio Palacios
|EPC 467602 1||Azucar Moreno||The Sugar Mix Album (LP, Comp)||Epic||EPC 467602 1||Spain||1990|
|EPC 47.290||Azucar Moreno||The Sugar Mix Album (LP, Comp)||Epic||EPC 47.290||Argentina||1990|
|1.32.1141||Azucar Moreno||The Sugar Mix Album (LP, MiniAlbum)||Epic||1.32.1141||Venezuela||1991|
|EPC 467602 2||Azucar Moreno||The Sugar Mix Album (CD, Album, Comp)||Epic||EPC 467602 2||Germany||1990|
|EPC 467602 1||Azucar Moreno||The Sugar Mix Album (LP, Comp)||Epic||EPC 467602 1||Europe||1990|