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El Tiempo es Oro (Time Is Gold) is the third studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio released in 1995. It includes the singles "Te Daría Mi Vida", "Nada de Ti" and "Hoy Te Dejé de Amar". Also on the album is the theme song from Rubio's 1994 debut Mexican film Bésame En La Boca. The single "Te Daría Mi Vida" sold more than 140,000 copies between Mexico and United States. According to Paulina, the album sold 100,00 copies in Mexico only.
Paulina Rubio, Paulina Remixes. La Chica Dorada (NPS Mix). 2. Dime Si Soy Sexy (NPS Mix). 3. Sabor A Miel (NPS Mix). 4. Asunto De Dos (NPS Mix). 5. Nieva, Nieva (Remix). 6. El Me Engañó (NPS Mix). 7. Te Daría Mi Vida (Big Mix).
Te Daría Mi Vida" is a song by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, taken from her third studio album El Tiempo Es Oro (1995), written by C. Sánchez and C. Valle and produced by Miguel Blasco. The song was released as the album's lead single on 17 January 1995 by EMI Music. Te Daría Mi Vida" is known as the song that re-invented Rubio with more sound dance-pop, as her previous albums were presented with her "girl next door" persona. Her music onwards presented a more independent approach.
Te Daría Mi Vida: (English: I would give you my life) is the first single from Paulina Rubio's third album . In 2013, Rubio became a coach on La Voz Kids, at the beginning of 2015 Paulina released a new single Mi nuevo Vicio, with the collaboration of the young band Morato. The single was a one hit in Spain and other countries in L. A. During the Summer of the year, Paulina collaborate with Juan Magan and DCS in a song under the Latin music influenced called Vuelve.
Maxisingle (stylized as "MaxiSingle") is the first EP by Mexican recording artist Paulina Rubio, released in 1995 in Mexico and United States.
It includes the singles " Te Daría Mi Vida ", " Nada de Ti " and "Hoy Te Dejé de Amar".
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NotesPromotional Copy. Not for sale
Made in Spain
|200-387||Paulina Rubio||Te Daria Mi Vida (CD, Single, Promo)||EMI||200-387||Mexico||1994|
|DPRO 10639||Paulina Rubio||Te Daría Mi Vida (CD, Single, Promo)||EMI Latin||DPRO 10639||US||1995|