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Timbiriche VII

Timbiriche VII
Released October 18, 1987
Recorded 1986
Genre Pop
Length 36:06
Label Fonovisa
Timbiriche chronology

Timbiriche Rock Show
Timbiriche 7
Quinceañera 12"

Timbiriche VII is the 7th album from Mexican pop music Group Timbiriche VII. It was released on 1987. This Album marked the beginning of Thalía's Participation in the group in 1987 she was also filming the Telenovela Quinceañera.

The group consisted of: Paulina Rubio, Alix, Mariana Garza, Eduardo Capetillo, Erick Rubín, Diego Schoening and Thalía who replaced Sasha Sokol, The album contained the hit singles "Con Todos Menos Conmigo" "Si No Es Ahora" "Besos de Ceniza" "Magico Amor" "No Seas Tan Cruel" and "Rompecabezas" And Sold 3,000,000 copies only in Mexico (without a good internationalization), to date, the album has sold more than 6 millions of copies.

Track listing

  1. Rompecabezas (Fernando Riba/Kiko Campos)
  2. Besos de ceniza (Fernando Riba/Kiko Campos) By (Mariana Garza & Timbiriche)
  3. Mágico Amor (Fernando Riba/Kiko Campos) By (Erick Rubín & Timbiriche)
  4. Cuestión de Tiempo (Fernando Riba/Kiko Campos) By (Alix & Timbiriche)
  5. NO (Marco Flores)
  6. No seas tan cruel (Alejandro Zepeda) By (Eduardo Capetillo & Timbiriche)
  7. Si no es ahora (Fernando Riba/Kiko Campos) By (Thalía, Diego Schoening & Timbiriche) (Featuring sample of "All I Need is A Miracle" (1986) by Mike + The Mechanics)
  8. Persecución en la ciudad (Amparo Rubín Tagle) by (Paulina Rubio & Timbiriche)
  9. Ya está escrito (F. Riba)
  10. Más que un amigo (Lara y Monarrez) by Thalía & Timbiriche
  11. Con todos menos conmigo (Roberto Guido Vitale) By (Erick Rubín, Diego Schoening, Eduardo Capetillo & Timbiriche)


1- Si No Es Ahora (#1 Mex. Top 100)

2- Besos De Ceniza (#1 Mex. Top 100)

3- Con Todos Menos Conmigo (#1 Mex. Top 100)

4- Mirame (#1 Mex. Top 100)

5- Magico Amor (#1 Mexico Top 100)

6- Rompecabezas (#3 Mex. Top 100)

7- No Seas Tan Cruel (#4 Mex. Top 100)

8- Ya Estaba Escrito (#3 Mex. Top 100)

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