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El Tiempo es Oro (Time Is Gold) is the third studio album by Mexican pop singer Paulina Rubio, released simultaneously on 21 March 1995 by EMI Music in 18 countries. It was recorded in the autumn and winter of 1994 in Madrid, Spain. In contrast to her previous studio albums, Miguel Blasco were the primary producers of the album, but featured new producers and collaborations including Marco Flores, Adrián Posse and Claudio Bermúdez. At the age of twenty-three at the time, Rubio started to become creative more involved in the process of creating and arranging the project compared to her two previous efforts, resulting in the album directing her to a new path in her music career, with a more bold image and a more dance-influenced sound, reflection of his lead single. El Tiempo Es Oro deals wi

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  • El Tiempo es Oro (Time Is Gold) is the third studio album by Mexican pop singer Paulina Rubio, released simultaneously on 21 March 1995 by EMI Music in 18 countries. It was recorded in the autumn and winter of 1994 in Madrid, Spain. In contrast to her previous studio albums, Miguel Blasco were the primary producers of the album, but featured new producers and collaborations including Marco Flores, Adrián Posse and Claudio Bermúdez. At the age of twenty-three at the time, Rubio started to become creative more involved in the process of creating and arranging the project compared to her two previous efforts, resulting in the album directing her to a new path in her music career, with a more bold image and a more dance-influenced sound, reflection of his lead single. El Tiempo Es Oro deals wi
  • El Tiempo es Oro (Time Is Gold) is the third studio album by Mexican pop singer Paulina Rubio, released simultaneously on 21 March 1995 by EMI Music in 18 countries. It was recorded in the autumn and winter of 1994 in Madrid, Spain. In contrast to her previous studio albums, Miguel Blasco were the primary producers of the album, but featured new producers and collaborations including Marco Flores, Adrián Posse and Claudio Bermúdez. At the age of twenty-three at the time, Rubio started to become creative more involved in the process of creating and arranging the project compared to her two previous efforts, resulting in the album directing her to a new path in her music career, with a more bold image and a more dance-influenced sound, reflection of her lead single. El Tiempo Es Oro deals wi
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  • El Tiempo es Oro (Time Is Gold) is the third studio album by Mexican pop singer Paulina Rubio, released simultaneously on 21 March 1995 by EMI Music in 18 countries. It was recorded in the autumn and winter of 1994 in Madrid, Spain. In contrast to her previous studio albums, Miguel Blasco were the primary producers of the album, but featured new producers and collaborations including Marco Flores, Adrián Posse and Claudio Bermúdez. At the age of twenty-three at the time, Rubio started to become creative more involved in the process of creating and arranging the project compared to her two previous efforts, resulting in the album directing her to a new path in her music career, with a more bold image and a more dance-influenced sound, reflection of his lead single. El Tiempo Es Oro deals with many subjects about love including the relationships, passion, crushes, cheating, disappointment, and happiness. The album spawned four singles. "Te Daría Mi Vida" became one of Rubio's biggest successes with EMI Music label, charting inside the top ten Latin America and sold more than 140,000 copies between Mexico and United States. The music video was an output of his "girl in love", showing an image of Rubio more fun and spontaneous. The album had a fleeting promotion in Spain and is considered by many to be a definitive turning point in Rubio's career, noted for beginning as a pop singer international. Upon its release, El Tiempo Es Oro received generally positive reviews from most music critics. The album sold 100,000 copies in Mexico only.
  • El Tiempo es Oro (Time Is Gold) is the third studio album by Mexican pop singer Paulina Rubio, released simultaneously on 21 March 1995 by EMI Music in 18 countries. It was recorded in the autumn and winter of 1994 in Madrid, Spain. In contrast to her previous studio albums, Miguel Blasco were the primary producers of the album, but featured new producers and collaborations including Marco Flores, Adrián Posse and Claudio Bermúdez. At the age of twenty-three at the time, Rubio started to become creative more involved in the process of creating and arranging the project compared to her two previous efforts, resulting in the album directing her to a new path in her music career, with a more bold image and a more dance-influenced sound, reflection of her lead single. El Tiempo Es Oro deals with many subjects about love including the relationships, passion, crushes, cheating, disappointment, and happiness. The album spawned four singles. "Te Daría Mi Vida" became one of Rubio's biggest successes with EMI Music label, charting inside the top ten Latin America and sold more than 140,000 copies between Mexico and United States. The music video was an output of her "girl in love", showing an image of Rubio funniest and spontaneous. The album had a fleeting promotion in Spain and is considered by many to be a definitive turning point in Rubio's career, noted for beginning as a pop singer international. Upon its release, El Tiempo Es Oro received generally positive reviews from most music critics. The album sold 100,000 copies in Mexico only.
  • El Tiempo es Oro (Time Is Gold) is the third studio album by Mexican pop singer Paulina Rubio, released simultaneously on 21 March 1995 by EMI Music in 18 countries. It was recorded in the autumn and winter of 1994 in Madrid, Spain. In contrast to her previous studio albums, Miguel Blasco were the primary producers of the album, but featured new producers and collaborations including Marco Flores, Adrián Posse and Claudio Bermúdez. At the age of twenty-three at the time, Rubio started to become creative more involved in the process of creating and arranging the project compared to her two previous efforts, resulting in the album directing her to a new path in her music career, with a more bold image and a more dance-influenced sound, reflection of her lead single. El Tiempo Es Oro deals with many subjects about love including the relationships, passion, crushes, cheating, disappointment, and happiness. The album spawned four singles. "Te Daría Mi Vida" became one of Rubio's biggest successes with EMI Music label, charting inside the top ten Latin America and sold more than 140,000 copies between Mexico and United States. The music video was an output of her "girl in love", showing an image of Rubio funniest and spontaneous. The album had a fleeting promotion in Spain and is considered by many to be a definitive turning point in Rubio's career, noted for beginning as a pop singer international.
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