|Tierra de nadie|
|Studio album by|
|Producer||Mariano Pérez Batista|
|Ana Gabriel chronology|
Tierra de Nadie (English No man's land) is the fourth studio album by Mexican pop singer Ana Gabriel. It was released in 1988. She achieved international recognition with this album and it reached #1 in the Billboard Latin Pop Albums staying in the chart for 73 weeks.It sold four million worldwide. The album was given a Premio Lo Nuestro award for "Pop Album of the Year" in 1990.
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Tierra de Nadie reached number one on the Billboard Latin Pop Albums chart.
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