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|Todo O Nada|
|Studio album by Benny Ibarra|
|Benny Ibarra chronology|
|Singles from Todo O Nada|
After a five-year absence Benny Ibarra returned with Todo O Nada. This album features collaborations with Erik Rubin, Alix, Dougie Bowne and musicians from Café Tacuba and Alex González from the Mexican Rock band Maná . The first single, "Uno", was top of the charts for eight weeks, became a gold record in two weeks and later went to Platinum. The second single was "Inspiraciòn", also included in the film soundtrack of same name.
Benito Ibarra de Llano known as Benny Ibarra is a Mexican singer, musician, producer and actor. He was born into a family of artists. His mother, Julissa, was a singer and actress in the 1960s; and his father, Benny, an actor and 1960s rock singer in the Mexican band Los Yaki. His brother, Alejandro Ibarra, is a singer and actor.
Erik Rubín Milanszenko is a Mexican singer and actor. He was a member of the Mexican teen pop group Timbiriche.
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 is considered the 5th tacubo, as he has played the violin in almost every Café Tacvba concert since 1994. 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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Om is the third album from Mexican singer Benny Ibarra. This album was influenced by Indian sounds and introspective atmospheres. Three singles were released: "Cada Mañana", "Mas de Ti" and "Sutil Dolor".
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.
Four album from Benny Ibarra. This album went gold and was made with Chetes and Miguel Bosé, among others. Miguel Bosé sings on the second single "Si Puedo Volverte a Ver". The other singles were "Llueve Luz" and "Vives en Mí".
Así is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Benny Ibarra, in which he worked with different musicians such as Erik Rubin. It was certified Gold in the first week. The singles were "Cada Paso" and "Dejalo Ir". A limited edition contained a DVD with the videoclip of "Cada Paso", behind the scenes and making of the album.
This is the first Greatest Hits from Benny Ibarra. New songs and versions were included. It was certified as Gold Record. A limited edition included a DVD with 9 videos.
Cielo is a compilation album released by Benny Ibarra in 2003.
Estoy is a live album recorded in the Auditorio Nacional during November 2005, which includes Tonto Corazòn 2006 and a new track, Siempre Mas, and other live songs from 1996 and 2002. Besides is his final recording with Warner Music.
Sus Baladas is the third recompilation of hits from Mexican musician Benny Ibarra. It was released in 2007, after Benny left Warner Music, so this is his farewell with that recording and focused only on ballads. Strangely no songs from Así appeared in the compilation.
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