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Tour Fantasía Pop

Tour Fantasía Pop
Belanova
Released Mexico 8 December 2008
United States 8 December 2008
Recorded Unknown
Genre Synthpop
Label Universal Music Mexico
Producer Belanova
Belanova chronology

Fantasía Pop
(2007)
Tour Fantasía Pop
(2008)
Sueño Electro I
(2010)

Tour Fantasía Pop is a live album recorded by Mexican Synth pop band Belanova. It features live recordings of their tour supporting their third studio album, Fantasía Pop, and was released in 2008.

Track listing

All tracks by Belanova

Tour Fantasía Pop CD

  1. "Intro"
  2. "Rosa Pastel (Live)"
  3. "Cada Que... (Live)"
  4. "Por Esta Vez (Live)"
  5. "Niño (Live)"
  6. "Barco De Papel (Live)"
  7. "Toma Mi Mano (Live)"
  8. "Tus Ojos (Live)"
  9. "Paso El Tiempo (Live)"
  10. "Eres Tu (Live)"
  11. "Me Pregunto (Live)"
  12. "Por Ti (Live)"
  13. "Baila Mi Corazon (Live)"
  14. "Rockstar (Live)"
  15. "One, Two, Three, Go! (Live)"

Tour Fantasía Pop DVD

  1. "Intro"
  2. "Rosa Pastel (Live)"
  3. "Cada Que... (Live)"
  4. "Por Esta Vez (Live)"
  5. "Niño (Live)"
  6. "Barco De Papel (Live)"
  7. "Toma Mi Mano (Live)"
  8. "Tus Ojos (Live)"
  9. "Paso El Tiempo (Live)"
  10. "Eres Tu (Live)"
  11. "Me Pregunto (Live)"
  12. "Por Ti (Live)"
  13. "Baila Mi Corazon (Live)"
  14. Entrevista 4 (Interview with the band)
  15. "Rockstar (Live)"
  16. "One, Two, Three, Go! (Live)"
  17. Credits
  18. "Solo De Bajo De Richie" (Richie's Bass Solo)

Personnel

  • Ricardo Arreola – guitar, Bass
  • Denisse Guerrero – vocals
  • Edgar Huerta – keyboards, programming
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