|Through the Years / A Traves de los Años|
|Greatest hits album by Selena|
|Released||April 3, 2007 (U.S.)|
Through the Years/A Traves de los Años is a collection of Selena's greatest hits. It was released on April 3, 2007. It comes as a CD/DVD set that includes Selena's songs,unreleased performances, and also an unreleased track titled "Feelings" recorded when she was 7 years old. The album peaked at number 28 on the Latin Album Chart and was certified Gold.
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Acapulco Fest 1994
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