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Tiempo Perfecto is the first album released by Mexican rock band, Coda. It was released in 1990.
Elmer Figueroa Arce, better known under the stage name Chayanne, is a Puerto Rican Latin pop singer and actor. As a solo artist, Chayanne has released 21 solo albums and sold over 50 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling Latin music artists.
Christian Sáinz Valdés Castro, known professionally as Cristian Castro or Cristian, is a Mexican pop singer. He is the son of actors Veronica Castro and Manuel "El Loco" Valdés, and nephew of actors Ramón Valdés and Germán "Tin-Tan" Valdés. Of artistic family heritage, he is also a nephew on his mother's side of José Alberto "El Güero" Castro, well-known producer of soap operas on Televisa.
Callejeros was an Argentine rock band that gained notoriety when the nightclub where they were playing, República Cromañon, was set on fire during one of its shows, killing 194 attendees, in 2004.
Melon: Remixes for Propaganda is a compilation of remixes released by Irish rock band U2 exclusively to members of the band's magazine/fan club, Propaganda, in spring 1995. Some of the remixes were previously available on singles and some have been re-released on later singles and compilations, while some remain exclusive to this set. The title "Melon" is an anagram of "Lemon", which is a reference to U2's song of the same name that appears on two tracks of the album.
Mojiganga is a Colombian ska punk and Ska-core band from Medellín formed in 1995.
Coda is a Rock en Español band from Mexico, formed in 1989. The band had much of success in the early 1990s, releasing four albums. In the late 1990s, the band had several line-up changes; the band disbanded in 2000, but resurfaced in 2002 with a new line-up.
Jan Johnston is an English professional singer, best known for collaborating with some of the world's top trance music DJs and producers.
Tilt is an English group of electronic record producers, composed of Mick Park and Nic Britton.
Perfecto Records is a United Kingdom-based trance record label, founded by Paul Oakenfold in 1989. Perfecto was also a remix team consisting of Paul Oakenfold and Steve Osborne and in its later years, Osborne was replaced with Andy Gray. Perfecto Records have provided remixes for U2, Moby, New Order, Rolling Stones and more.
Goa Mix, also known as The Goa Mix, is a two-hour DJ mix by British musician and DJ Paul Oakenfold. It was originally broadcast on BBC Radio 1 as an Essential Mix on 18 December 1994 after the producer of the show, Eddie Gordon, chose Oakenfold to produce an eclectic DJ mix for the show which featured a burgeoning variation of electronic styles, having begun the previous year. Oakenfold had, at this point, developed his own unique Goa trance sound, influenced by his time at hippy gatherings on beaches in Goa, and employed it heavily into the mix, which also made pioneering use of film score samples. Oakenfold used the mix as an experiment in which he tried to fuse electronic music, especially trance music, with film score music, and then to overlay the result with vocal parts, samples and additional production. The mix was split into two parts, later referred to as the Silver Mix and the Gold Mix respectively. Reflecting the Goa influence, the album title did not evolve beyond its simplistic working name.
"Out Of My Mind" is the 28th single by Duran Duran. The song is part of the Duran Duran album Medazzaland, but was released as a single from the soundtrack to the 1997 Val Kilmer film The Saint.
Grupo Montéz de Durango or Montéz de Durango is a Duranguense band currently based in Chicago. This group is well known in the United States, Mexico and Central America. Although Grupo Montez de Durango's sound is deeply rooted in the music of traditional Mexican music, it is also influenced by the members' hometown of Chicago.
Oakenfold Anthems is a compilation DJ mix album by British electronic producer and disc jockey Paul Oakenfold, released in 2008 on WMTV. His eighteenth mix album, the album is a triple album containing popular electronic singles, mostly focused on the progressive house and progressive trance genres, that Oakenfold considers favourites, and the material on the album mostly draws from Oakenfold's label Perfecto Records. Indeed, the album cover contains the caption "The Classic Perfecto Mix".
Silueta is the 8th studio album by Mexican pop singer Ana Gabriel. It was released in 1992. This material was produced by herself and Max Pierre.
El Tiempo is the second album by Mexican singer Benny Ibarra. It was released in late 1994 and was a success record due to the hit songs "Sin Ti" and "Cielo". It earned a platinum record for 150,000 copies sold in Mexico.
Chayanne: Vivo is the first live album by Puerto Rican singer Chayanne. The earliest songs from this album are from Provócame (1992).
A Solas Con Chayanne is the second live album by Puerto Rican singer Chayanne. It was recorded during his concert at Auditorio Nacional in Mexico as part of the tour No Hay Imposibles.
Clásicos de la Provincia II is the twelfth album by Colombian singer/composer Carlos Vives. The album is a sequel to Vives' 1993 breakthrough album Clásicos de la Provincia and like its predecessor it is a collection of vallenato standards, updated by Carlos and his long-time backing band La Provincia.
"Sin Ti... Sin Mi" is a song written by Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona for his eleventh studio album, 5to Piso (2008). The song was released as the second single from the album.
A Tiempo is the fourth studio album by American Latin pop duo Ha*Ash. It was released under the label Sony BMG on 16 May 2011. Recording sessions for the album was over a period of almost a year between Los Angeles, California and Milan, Italia. A Tiempo is a primarily a synth-pop sound and electric album, consisting mainly of stripped down instruments such as the synthesizers, piano and acoustic guitar.