Proxima Estacion: Esperanza

Label
Virgin
Running length
20 tracks
Running time
57:23

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Merry blues 3:36 116,542
2 Bixo 1:52 104,338
3 El Dorado 1997 1:32 20,901
4 Promiscuity 1:44 134,331
5 La Primavera 1:51 153,561
6 Me Gustas Tu 4:00 319,501
7 Denia 4:39 116,169
8 Mi vida 2:32 115,080
9 Trapped by love 1:54 111,323
10 Le Rendez Vous 1:58 67,414
11 Mr Bobby 6:23 116,763
12 Papito 2:51 96,142
13 La chinita 1:33 99,267
14 La marea 2:16 90,950
15 Homens 3:18 99,798
16 La Vacaloca 1:40 93,221
17 Infinita tristeza 3:56 89,911
18 El Dorado 1:29 26,274
19 Le rendez-vous 1:56 46,323
20 Mr. Bobby 6:23 82,112

About this album

“Próxima Estación: Esperanza” (English: Next Stop: Hope) was released in Europe in 2000and in the United States in 2001 on Virgin Records. Chao and others sing in Arabic, English, French, Galician, Portuguese, and Spanish on this album.

The name comes from a sample of an announcement for the Esperanza station of Madrid Metro’s Line 4, because in Spanish Esperanza means “hope”. The voice actor Javier Dotú and a Metro announcer later sued for infringement of intellectual copyright over the use of their voices.

In 2010 Experanza was listed at #65 in Rolling Stone magazine’s “Best Albums of the Decade.”

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