Muchacha Triste

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"Muchacha Triste"
Single by Los Fantasmas del Caribe
from the album Caramelo
Released1993
Genre Latin music
Length4:07
Label Rodven Records, TH-Rodven
Songwriter(s) Luis Alva
Producer(s) Luis Alva
Los Fantasmas del Caribe singles chronology
"Muchacha Triste"
(1993)
"Ella Es"
(1993)

"Muchacha Triste" ("Sad Girl") is a song written and produced by Luis Alva for the Venezuelan group Los Fantasmas del Caribe for their debut album Caramelo (1993). [1] The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs in the United States in 1993 and ended as the fifth best-performing song of the year in the country. [2] [3] The song was nominated Pop Song of the Year at the 1994 Lo Nuestro Awards. [4]

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DJ Kane version

"Muchacha Triste"
Single by DJ Kane
from the album Capítulo III: Ahogando Penas
ReleasedMarch 6, 2007
Recorded2007
Genre Cumbia
Length3:39
Label EMI Latin
Songwriter(s) Luis Alva
DJ Kane singles chronology
"Miéntele"
(2007)
"Muchacha Triste"
(2007)
"Cierra Tu Bocca"
(2009)

"Muchacha Triste" was covered by DJ Kane. It is the second single from the album Capítulo III: Ahogando Penas (2007).

Los Super Reyes version

"Muchacha Triste"
Single by Cruz Martínez y Los Super Reyes
from the album El Regreso de los Reyes
Released2008
Recorded2007
Genre Cumbia
Length3:26
Label Warner Music Latina
Songwriter(s) Luis Alva
Producer(s) Cruz Martínez
Cruz Martínez y Los Super Reyes singles chronology
"Serenata (Estrellita Mía)"
(2007)
"Muchacha Triste"
(2008)
"Yo Seré"
(2008)

"Muchacha Triste" was covered by Cruz Martínez y Los Super Reyes. It is the third single from the album El Regreso de los Reyes (2007).

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