|Todo Maná: Grandes Exitos|
|Greatest hits album by|
|Released||May 9, 1999|
|Genre||Latin/Rock en Español|
Todo Maná: Grandes Exitos is a compilation album (eleventh overall) set by Latin American Mexican rock band Maná. This compilation was made in effort to promote to fans in Spain.
|1.||En El Muelle De San Blás (Fher Olvera, Alex González)||5:51|
|2.||Vivir Sin Aire (Fher Olvera)||4:51|
|3.||Oye Mi Amor (Fher Olvera, Alex González)||4:32|
|4.||Te Lloré Un Rio (Fher Olvera)||4:52|
|5.||Cómo Te Deseo (Fher Olvera)||4:30|
|6.||Clavado En Un Bar (Fher Olvera)||5:11|
|7.||No Ha Parado De Llover (Fher Olvera, Alex González)||5:21|
|8.||Déjame Entrar (Fher Olvera)||4:20|
|9.||Cuando los Ángeles Lloran (Fher Olvera)||5:05|
|10.||De Pies a Cabeza (Fher Olvera, Alex González)||4:35|
|11.||Perdido En Un Barco (Fher Olvera, Alex González)||4:12|
|12.||Rayando El Sol (Fher Olvera, Alex González)||4:10|
|13.||Hechicera (Fher Olvera, Alex González)||4:58|
|14.||Un Lobo Por Tu Amor (Fher Olvera, Alex González)||5:21|
|Spain (PROMUSICAE)||5× Platinum||500,000^|
^shipments figures based on certification alone
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