Todo el Año

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Todo el Año
Todo el Ano - Obie Bermudez.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 2, 2004
Genre Latin pop
Label EMI
Producer Sebastian Krys, Joel Someillan
Obie Bermúdez chronology
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Todo el Año (All Year Long) is the third studio album released by Puerto-Rican American performer Obie Bermúdez. It was released by EMI in November 2, 2004. The album was produced by Sebastian Krys and Joel Someillan and earned Bermúdez a Latin Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Album and garnered a nomination for Album of the Year. [1] [2]


Track listing

This information adapted from Allmusic. [3]

1."Celos"Obie Bermúdez, Mikey Perfecto3:42
2."Como Decirle"Bermúdez, Jerry Ramos3:41
3."Todo el Año"Bermúdez, Elsten Torres 4:00
4."Maldita Boca"Bermúdez3:34
5."No Se Nada de Tí"Bermúdez3:44
6."Chapulín"Bermúdez, Roberto Gómez Bolaños 4:11
7."Como Pudiste"Bermúdez, Juan Carlos Pérez Solo3:54
8."Sabes Bien"Bermúdez3:37
9."El Recuerdo"Bermúdez, Gian Marco Zignago 3:52
10."Ya Te Olvidé"Bermúdez4:27
11."Dos Locos"Bermúdez3:40

Chart performance

Chart (2004)Peak
US Billboard Top Latin Albums [3] 38
US Billboard Latin Pop Albums [3] 7

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