|Greatest hits album by|
|Released||August 21, 2001|
|Genre||Latin Alternative, rock en español|
|Label||Warner Music Group|
|Café Tacuba chronology|
Tiempo Transcurrido ("Running Time") is Café Tacuba's first compilation album, released in 2001. According to the band, it was released due to a contractual obligation, as the original contract signed with WEA Latina stated that they must release five albums, and with no new material, Tiempo Transcurrido dropped in music stores on August 21. The album itself chronicles Café Tacuba's work in reverse order, starting with Revés (originally titled "13" on Revés/Yo Soy) and ending with "La Dos." The only new song on this compilation is a live rendition of "El Baile Y El Salón." The album cover is noted for referencing each of their four albums up to that point, with the debut album cover being reversed and superimposed over the other three album covers.
All tracks are written by Café Tacvba (except where noted).
|1.||"Revés" (aka "13") (Edit)||R. Albarrán, E. del Real, J.A. Rangel, E. Rangel||Revés||3:59|
|2.||"La Locomotora"||E. del Real||Yo Soy||3:52|
|3.||"La Muerte Chiquita"||E. Rangel||Yo Soy||2:52|
|4.||"Dos Niños"||J.A. Rangel||Yo Soy||3:29|
|5.||"No Controles"||Ignacio Cano||Avalancha De Exitos||3:07|
|6.||"Ojalá Que Llueva Café"||Juan Luis Guerra||Avalancha De Exitos||3:27|
|7.||"Cómo Te Extraño Mi Amor"||Leo Dan||Avalancha De Exitos||3:40|
|8.||"Chilanga Banda"||Juan Jaime López||Avalancha De Exitos||3:32|
|9.||"El Ciclón"||E. del Real, R. Albarrán||Re||2:55|
|10.||"Las Flores"||E. del Real||Re||2:15|
|11.||"Esa Noche"||J. A. Rangel, E. Rangel||Re||3:26|
|12.||"La Ingrata"||E. del Real||Re||3:31|
|13.||"El Puñal y el Corazón"||R. Albarrán||Re||4:21|
|14.||"El Baile y el Salón" (Live)||J. A. Rangel, E. del Real||Previously unreleased. Original version on Re||5:08|
|15.||"El Aparato"||R. Albarrán||Re||3:19|
|16.||"Pinche Juan"||R. Albarrán||Café Tacvba||0:39|
|17.||"Rarotonga"||J.A. Rangel, E. del Real||Café Tacvba||2:49|
|18.||"Las Batallas"||E. Rangel||Café Tacvba||3:23|
|19.||"Las Persianas"||R. Albarrán||Café Tacvba||2:53|
|20.||"María"||J.A. Rangel||Café Tacvba||3:52|
|21.||"La Chica Banda"||R. Albarrán, E. del Real, J.A. Rangel, E. Rangel||Café Tacvba||3:50|
|22.||"La Dos" (aka "2") (Edit)||R. Albarrán, E. del Real, J.A. Rangel, E. Rangel||Revés||3:44|
Café Tacuba is a band from Ciudad Satélite, Mexico. The group gained popularity in the early 1990s. They were founded in 1989, before they had the current lineup of Rubén Isaac Albarrán Ortega, Emmanuel del Real Díaz, José Alfredo "Joselo" Rangel Arroyo, and Enrique "Quique" Rangel Arroyo:, their friend Roberto Silva played the keyboards for a short period of time. Mexican folk music player Alejandro Flores was for a time considered the 5th tacubo, as he played the violin in almost every Café Tacvba concert for many years. Since the Cuatro Caminos World Tour, Luis "El Children" Ledezma has played the drums in every concert but is not considered an official member of the band.
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