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Suele Pasar

Cocktail
Belanova
Released Mexico 14 February 2003
Recorded 2002
Genre Pop, electro, house, dance-pop
Length 43:06
Label UML
Producer Belanova
Alex Midi Ortega
Belanova chronology

Cocktail
(2003)
Dulce Beat
(2005)
Singles from Cocktail
  1. "Tus Ojos"
    Released: 6 February 2003
  2. "Suele Pasar"
    Released: 21 December 2003
  3. "Aún Así Te Vas"
    Released: 28 June 2004
  4. "Y..."
    Released: 15 July 2004

Cocktail is the debut album from the Mexican electropop band Belanova. The album was recorded in Mexico City in 2002 and finally released on 14 February 2003 without promotion. The album spent its first months on the shelves, but then radio picked up the first single, "Tus Ojos." By the summer of 2003, the album finally entered album charts reaching its peak position of number-five and number-three on the Mexican Latin Albums Chart. The band embarked on a 100-concert tour across the Mexican territory and the album finally reached Gold (50,000 Copies sold) status after three official singles. The Mexican edition of Rolling Stone named the album, Cocktail, one of best five albums of 2003. In 2005 the album was re-issued on reduced priced collections by Universal Music Mexico, because of this the sales of the album increased considerably, re-entering on the Mexican Top 100 Albums at seventy-nine and peaking at fifty-four after a few weeks. The album has been re-issued on Universal Music's slide-pack collections, making it the first time that the album has been available outside of Mexico.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Barco de Papel" ("Paper Boat") 4:50
2. "Aún Asi Te Vas" ("Still You Leave") 4:13
3. "What A Shame"   5:03
4. "Fragilidad" ("Fragility") 3:44
5. "Tranquilo" ("Calm") 3:55
6. "Y..." ("And...") 4:00
7. "Apaga la Luz" ("Turn Off the Light") 4:00
8. "Tus Ojos" ("Your Eyes") 3:03
9. "Suele Pasar" ("Tends to Happen") 3:08
10. "Arena" ("Sand") 7:07

Credits

  • Production: Belanova & Alex Midi Ortega in Virus Studios, Mexico
  • Executive Production: Alex Midi Ortega and Alex Enriquez
  • Additional Mix: Rodolfo Vazquez in Manu Studios, Mexico
  • Mixing Assistant: Mariano Armendáriz
  • Mastered by Ron Boustead in Precision Mastering, Hollywood, California
  • Scratches: Israel Sosa "DJ Pepster" [Track 2]
  • Acoustic Guitar: Sergio Mendrigal [Track 8], Nomo [Tracks 4 & 9]
  • Art Direction and Design: Raul Rodrigo
  • Photography: Fernando Aceves
  • Make-Up: Silvia García Barragán
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