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"Dreaming Of You" by Selena

EMI Records/EMI Latin Release/ July 18,1995

Catalog #: H2-34123

Formats Originally Available In: CD and Cassette

Formats Now Available In: CD and Cassette

Status: In Print

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Achievements: Album debuted #1 on the Billboard Latin 50 and the Billboard 200, making it the first Latin Album to debut at #1. Broke sales records, made Selena the fastest selling female artist in history. Album remains as one of the top 10 highest opening sales.

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Review: Only four months after Selena's death, EMI released this collection of remixed hits and new English songs, which Selena was working on weeks before her death for a long-planned crossover album. It entered Billboard @ #1 and has sold more than three million copies. The album introduced Selena to a whole new audience thanks to the shimmering first single, I Could Fall In Love, and the sweet title track. Both still get airplay on pop stations. Even better is Selena's flamenco-flavored duet with David Byrne, God's Child (Baila Conmigo), which was included in the 1995 film Blue in the Face. - Joey Guerra, Houston Chronicle

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Track Listing:

1. I Could Fall In Love

2. Captive Heart

3. I'm Getting Used To You

4. God's Child (Baila Conmigo) - w/ David Byrne

5. Dreaming Of You

6. Missing My Baby

7. Amor Prohibido

8. Wherever You Are (Donde Quiera Que Estes)

9. Techno Cumbia

10. El Toro Relajo

11. Como La Flor

12. Tu Solo Tu

13. Bidi Bidi Bom Bom

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Album Notes: - The album was originally going to be 100% English but her pre-mature death prevented it.

- 6 Songs on the album are hits from the past, presented here in a distinct remixed style.

- Oh No was a song co-written by Selena which was slated to be on this album, but was never recorded. A Spanish version of the song is now sung by Los Kumbia Kings on their 1999 Debut Album "Amor, Familia, Y Respeto"

- The album was co-released by EMI Records, not SBK Records as originally intended.

- Selena co-wrote Bidi Bidi Bom Bom, it is presented here in a more tropical-flavor.

- Total Tracks: 13/ Running Time 51:23

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