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Yuridia Remixes

Yuridia Remixes
Yuridia
Released June 24, 2008
Genre Latin pop, Industrial Rock, Dub, House
Length 48:56
Label Sony Music Latin /RCA Records Label
Producer Rocasound
Yuridia chronology

Entre Mariposas
(2007)
Remixes
(2008)
Nada es Color de Rosa
(2009)

Yuridia Remixes is the first solo compilation of remixes by Mexican singer Yuridia. After a few weeks of being released, the album entered the Top 100 Amprofon popular chart which contains the top 100 albums of each week in Mexico. In just 6 weeks, her remixes album reached number 59. The album remained on the chart for nearly two months. To this date, Yuridia Remixes has sold only 90,000 copies worldwide.

Sales

MEX: 40.000

USA: 50.000

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Ahora Entendí (Rocasound Phunk Mix)"   4:27
2. "Ángel (Rocasound Mix)"   3:28
3. "Se Me Va La Vida (Rocasound Mix)"   5:49
4. "Eclipse Total Del Amor (Total Eclipse Of The Heart) (Rocasound Mix)"   6:55
5. "Como Yo Nadie Te Ha Amado (This Ain't A Love Song) (Rocasound Balearic Version)"   4:14
6. "Yo Por Él (Rocasound Peaktime Dub)"   5:30
7. "En Su Lugar (Rocasound Electro Mix)"   5:55
8. "Habla El Corazón (Listen To Your Heart) (Rocasound Mix)"   4:37
9. "Maldita Primavera (Rocasound Bristol Dub)"   3:45
10. "Como Yo Nadie Te Ha Amado (This Ain't A Love Song) (L.E.X. Reaffirmation Edit)"   3:36


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