Toda la Vida y Otros Grandes Exitos

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Toda la Vida y Otros Grandes Exitos
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Released1986 (1986)
Recorded1986
Genre Pop
Label RCA Records

Toda la Vida y Otros Grandes Exitos is a compilation album, by Mexican iconic pop singer Emmanuel. It was released in 1986. The title comes from the hit song, "Toda la Vida which reached #1 on the Hot Latin Tracks chart. The album reached #1 on the Latin Pop Albums chart for 4 weeks. [1]

Track listing

  1. "Toda la Vida"
  2. "Hay Que Arrimar el Alma"
  3. " El Año Que Vendra... Querido Amigo"
  4. "Mucho Señora"
  5. "Esa Triste Guitarra"
  6. "Estoy Loco"
  7. "María Del Angel"
  8. "Pertenezco A Tí"
  9. "Sola"
  10. "Detenedla Ya"
  11. "Entre Cuatro Paredes"

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