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Planeta Paulina (Planet Paulina) is the fourth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio. It was first released by EMI Latin on 22 August 1996 in Mexico and 3 September in United States, and distributed in 22 countries around the world months later. The singer asserted partial creative control over the project, taking the role of co-producer and composer of the material assisted by various musicians and producers, namely K.C. Porter, Rodolfo Castillo, Cesar Lemos, Cesar Valle, Per Magnusson and David Kreuger.

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  • Planeta Paulina (Planet Paulina) is the fourth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio. It was first released by EMI Latin on 22 August 1996 in Mexico and 3 September in United States, and distributed in 22 countries around the world months later. The singer asserted partial creative control over the project, taking the role of co-producer and composer of the material assisted by various musicians and producers, namely K.C. Porter, Rodolfo Castillo, Cesar Lemos, Cesar Valle, Per Magnusson and David Kreuger.
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  • Planeta Paulina (Planet Paulina) is the fourth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio. It was first released by EMI Latin on 22 August 1996 in Mexico and 3 September in United States, and distributed in 22 countries around the world months later. The singer asserted partial creative control over the project, taking the role of co-producer and composer of the material assisted by various musicians and producers, namely K.C. Porter, Rodolfo Castillo, Cesar Lemos, Cesar Valle, Per Magnusson and David Kreuger. Four singles were released from the album: "Siempre Tuya Desde La RaĆ­z", "Solo Por Ti", "Miedo" (in North America only), and "Enamorada", all of which experienced moderate success.
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