Paso El Tiempo

Fantasía Pop
Released MEX 10 September 2007
USA 11 September 2007
ESP 8 April 2008
Recorded Master House Studios, Miami, Florida and Mondo Mix, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Genre Pop, synthpop, pop rock, dance-pop, electropop
Label UMLE
Belanova chronology

Dulce Beat Live
Fantasía Pop
Tour Fantasía Pop

Singles from Fantasía Pop
  1. "Baila Mi Corazón"
    Released: 2 July 2007
  2. "Toma Mi Mano"
    Released: 1 October 2007
  3. "Cada Que..."
    Released: 29 October 2007
  4. "One, Two, Three, Go! (1, 2, 3, Go!)"
    Released: 12 May 2008
  5. "Paso El Tiempo"
    Released: 15 September 2008
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Fantasía Pop (Pop Fantasy) is the third studio album by the Mexican electropop band Belanova. It was released in September 2007 in Mexico, Spain, the United States and the rest of Latin America. The album was recorded in Argentina.[2] The first single, "Baila Mi Corazón" premiered on July 2 on Mexican radio station Los 40 Principales.[3]

The album was certified gold by AMPROFON in Mexico only three days after its release, for selling over 50,000 copies.[4] The album entered the Mexican charts at number eighteen and went to number one in its third week.[5] "Baila Mi Corazón" ranked in the top twenty in the U.S. Latin Pop Charts. "Cada Que..." went on to sell over 200,000 downloads in the United States alone.[6] When the album was certified Platinum in March 2008 in Mexico, the band made history when it was published that digital sales of the album were five times higher than the physical sales.[7][8] The album was released in Spain in early April 2008.[9] The album won "Best Pop Album by Group or Duet" at the 2008 Latin Grammy Awards.[10]

Track listing

All tracks by Belanova

Fantasía Pop

No. Title Length
1. "Baila Mi Corazón" ("My Heart Dances") 3:36
2. "One, Two, Three, Go! (1, 2, 3, Go!)"   2:45
3. "Por Esta Vez" ("This Time") 3:19
4. "Rockstar"   3:06
5. "Paso El Tiempo" ("I Pass The Time") 3:27
6. "Vestida de Azul" ("Dressed in Blue") 3:36
7. "Cada Que..." ("Whenever") 3:44
8. "Aún" ("Still") 3:16
9. "Bye Bye"   2:24
10. "Toma Mi Mano" ("Take My Hand") 2:33
11. "Dulce Fantasía" ("Sweet Fantasy") 3:23

Fantasía Pop - Deluxe Edition
(Released 28 July 2008 in Mexico and 29 July 2008 in the United States)

  • CD

11-Track CD, as well as the bonus tracks:

  1. "Mírame" - 3:05
  2. "Baila Mi Corazón" [Mijangos & Elorza Bossa Radio Edit] - 4:01
  3. "Baila Mi Corazón" [Mariano Ochoa Remix] - 4:20
  4. "Baila Mi Corazón" [Imazué Latin Sould Mix Radio Edit] - 4:04
  5. "Cada Que..." [DJ Raff Remix Radio Edit] - 4:47
  6. "Cada Que..." [Mood-Fu Remix] - 4:00
  7. "Toma Mi Mano" [Demo] - 2:09
  • Bonus DVD
  1. "Baila Mi Corazón"
  2. "Cada Que..."
  3. "Toma Mi Mano"
  4. Making of "Cada Que..."
  5. Exclusive Images
  6. Belanova - Photo Gallery


  • Ricardo Arreola – guitar, bass
  • Denisse Guerrero – vocals
  • Edgar Huerta – keyboards
  • Production: Cachorro López & Belanova
  • Recording & Mixing: Mondo Mix, Buenos Aires, Argentina (except "Baila Mi Corazón" - mixed at Masterhouse, Miami).
  • Arrangements: Belanova
  • Record Engineers: Sebastián Schon (main), Demián Nava and Edgar Huerta
  • Mastered by Tom Baker at Precission Mastering, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Mixed by Cesar Sogbe
  • Piano on "Toma Mi Mano" by Fito Páez
  • Baritone Guitar on "Por Esta Vez" by Cachorro López
  • Acoustic Guitar on "Vestida de Azúl" and "Dulce Fantasía" by Sebastián Schon.
  • Photography: Fernando, Gerardo Montiel and Soni Maya.
  • Art Direction and Design: Pico Adworks



Preceded by
Quién Dijo Ayer by Ricardo Arjona
Mexican Albums Chart number-one album
September 15, 2007 - October 6, 2007
Succeeded by
Si No by Café Tacuba
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