Todos sús Éxitos

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Todos sús Éxitos
Todos sus Exitos (Xuxa album).jpg
Greatest hits album by
Released1993 (1993)
Recorded1989—1992
Genre
Length66:00
Label RCA Records (Europe)
BMG (Latin America)
Producer
Xuxa chronology
Xuxa 3
(1991)
Todos sús Éxitos
(1993)
Talk to Me
(1994)

Todos sús Éxitos (English: All Your Hits) is the fourth Spanish language album by Brazilian singer, television presenter and actress Xuxa. It was released in 1993.

Contents

Production

Todos sús Éxitos was produced by Michael Sullivan, Paulo Massadas and Guto Graça Mello. [1]

Release and reception

Todos sús Éxitos was released in 1993, of the hits hits the most famous songs of the albums Xuxa 1 , Xuxa 2 and Xuxa 3 , being that the first two reached the fourth and seventh position in Billboard Latin Pop Albums respectively, [2] being that the second remained in the table by 27 weeks among the best sellers of according to Billboard magazine. [2] In Argentina, Todos sús Éxitos debuted in second place among the top 10, according to the publication. [3]

Track listing

Todos sús Éxitos [4]
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."El Show de Xuxa Comenzó"
  • Dido de Oliveira
4:14
2."Ilarié"
  • Cid Guerreiro
  • Dito
  • Ceinha.
5:28
3."Sensación de Vivir"
  • Davis
  • José Luiz Tierno
3:48
4."Hoy es Día de Alegría"
  • Nando Cordel
4:10
5."Loquita Por ti"
  • Cid Guerreiro
  • Dito
3:23
6."Chindolele"
  • Cid Guerreiro
  • Dito
4:04
7."Que Cosa Buena"
  • Lincoln Olivetti
  • Cláudio Olivetti
4:14
8."Dulce Miel"
  • Claudio Rabello
  • Renato Correa
3:24
9."Danza de Xuxa"
  • Prêntice
  • Ronaldo Monteiro de Souza
3:25
10."Una Equis En Tu Corazón"
  • Sarah P. Benchimol
  • Fafy Siqueira
3:29
11."Arco Iris"
4:37
12."Crocki Crocki"
  • Rubens Alexandre
3:18
13."America Total"
  • Marco Valle
  • Claudio Rabello
  • Max Pierre
5:54
14."I Love You Xuxu"
  • Michael Sullivan
  • Paulo Massadas
4:01
15."Nuestro Canto De Paz"
  • Dido de Oliveira
4:04
16."Xuxa Park"
  • Michael Sullivan
  • Paulo Massadas
4:40
Total length:66:00

Personnel

Chart

Chart (1994)Peak
position
Argentina (CAPIF) [3] 2

Certifications

RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Argentina (CAPIF) [5] 2× Platinum200,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

Release history

RegionDateFormatLabel
Argentina1993
  • CD
  • K7
ChileK7
  • BMG Ariola
  • RCA Records
Spain
  • CD
  • K7
  • BMG Ariola
  • RCA Records

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References

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  2. 1 2 "Xuxa Chart History". Billboard . July 31, 1990. Retrieved February 25, 2015.
  3. 1 2 "International Charts". Billboard . July 31, 1990. Retrieved February 25, 2015.
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  5. ABC's of Latin America (Argentina). Billboard . November 10, 1994. Retrieved February 25, 2015.