Tuesday, October 25, 2011


The discography of Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias consists of nine studio albums, five compilation albums, forty-six singles and forty-one music videos.

Enrique Iglesias is the self-titled debut album from pop singer Enrique Iglesias, released in 1995 (see 1995 in music). The album was a big success and topped Latin charts and was also recorded in Portuguese and Italian. It also won the Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album at the Grammy Awards of 1996. The album received a Gold certification in Portugal after five weeks of sales, and has sold more than 8 million copies worldwide. In the United States it was certified gold on June 11, 1996 and platinum on November 18, 1996, Five singles from this album hit the number-one spot in the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart: "Si Tú Te Vas", "Experiencia Religiosa", "Por Amarte", "No Llores Por Mí" and "Trapecista", the most for any Latin album, breaking the previous record held by Selena and Jon Secada with four chart toppers. The track "Inventame" was re-recorded in 1999 by his writer Marco Antonio Solís and was included on the album Trozos de Mi Alma. This version peaked at number 36 in the Hot Latin Tracks chart. 

Track listing 
No Llores Por Mí (Enrique Iglesias/Roberto Morales) — 4:00 
Trapecista (Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 4:28
Por Amarte (Enrique Iglesias/Roberto Morales) — 4:05 
Si Tú Te Vas (Enrique Iglesias/Roberto Morales) — 4:00 
Si Juras Regresar (Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 4:21 
Experiencia Religiosa (Chein García-Alonso) — 5:28 
Falta Tanto Amor (Enrique Iglesias/Roberto Morales) — 3:54 
Inalcanzable (Enrique Iglesias/Roberto Morales) — 3:34 
Muñeca Cruel (Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 4:20 
Invéntame (Marco Antonio Solís) — 3:50

Italian version track listing

This information from Allmusic. The Italian version is titled as "Enrique Iglesias (Version en Italiano)". 
Piangerai Per Me (No Llores for Mi) - 4:07 
Per Amarti (Por Amarte) - 4:00 
Se Te Ne Vai (Si Tú Te Vas) - 4:00 
Esperienza Religiosa (Experiencia Religiosa) - 4:54 
Corri Vai da Lui (Falta Tanto Amor) - 3:53 
Bambola Crudele (Muñeca Cruel) - 4:13 
Esperienza Religiosa (Remix) - 4:58 
Se Te Ne Vai (Remix) - 4:28

Portuguese Version track listing 
The Portuguese Version is titled as "Enrique Iglesias (Canta Em Português)". 
Se Você Se Vai (Si Tú Te Vas) - 4:01 
Experiência Religiosa (Experiencia Religiosa) - 4:56 
Por Amar-Te (Por Amarte) - 4:03 
Não Vai Chorar Por mim (No Llores Por Mi) - 4:04

Falta Aquele Amor (Falta Tanto Amor) - 3:51

No Llores Por Mí - 4:00

Trapecista - 4:28

Por Amarte - 4:05

Si Tú Te Vas - 4:00

Si Juras Regresar - 4:21

Experiencia Religiosa - 5:28

Falta Tanto Amor - 3:54

Inalcanzable - 3:34

Muñeca Cruel - 4:20

Invéntame - 3:50 
Chart performance 
The album debuted in the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart at number 38 in the week of November 18, 1995, climbing to the Top Ten five weeks later. The album dethroned Selena's Dreaming of You in the week of May 25, 1996 (after being in the chart for 28 weeks), spending ten consecutive weeks at pole position and an extra week after being kept off from the top spot by the compilation album Macarena Mix. The album spent 73 weeks inside the Top Ten (with at least 2 weeks in every position) and 100 weeks in the chart. 
Chart                                           Peak position

U.S. Billboard 200                                   148

US Billboard Top Latin Albums               1

US Billboard Latin Pop Albums               1

Mexican Top 100 Albums Chart              1

Dutch Albums Chart                                67

Belgian Albums Chart (Flanders)            21

Spanish Top 100 Albums Chart               5


Gordon Lyon: Engineer and mixer

Victor McCoy: Assistant engineer

Paul McKenna: Engineer

Frank Rinella: Assistant engineer

Eric Ratz: Engineer

Barry Rudolph: Engineer

Miguel De La Vega: Engineer

Brad Haehnel: Assistant engineer

Tony Franco: Coordinator

Christina Abaroa: Coordinator

Stephan Ach: Photography

Alan Silfen: Photography

Fernando Martinez: Photography


Rafael Pérez-Botija: Producer, arranger, keyboards, Hammond organ

Enrique Iglesias: vocals

Scott Alexander: Bass

Gregg Bissonette: drums

Robbie Buchanan: Hammond organ

Luis Conte: percussion

George Doering: Guitar

Christian Kolm: Guitar

Michael Landau: Guitar

Roberto Morales: Guitar, Advisor

Manuel Santisteban: Arranger, Keyboards

Randy Waldman: Piano

Francis Benítez: vocals, choir

Leyla Hoyle: Vocals, choir

Carlos Murguía: Vocals, choir

Kenny O'Brian: Arranger, Vocals

Stephanie Spruill: Vocals

Vivir is the second Spanish album from pop singer Enrique Iglesias. This album was a very successful release for the singer. The album includes three number 1 singles on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks charts in US: "Enamorado Por Primera Vez", "Sólo En Ti" and "Miente". In the United States it was certified gold and platinum on May 6, 1997, This album received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Latin Pop Album at the Grammy Awards of 1998, losing to Romances by Luis Miguel. The album received a Premio Lo Nuestro award for "Pop Album of the Year".

Track listing

Enamorado Por Primera Vez (Enrique Iglesias) — 4:28

Al Despertar (Enrique Iglesias/Roberto Morales) — 4:15

Lluvia Cae (Enrique Iglesias/Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 4:35

Tu Vacío (Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 3:55

Sólo En Ti (Vince Clarke/Enrique Iglesias) — 3:31

Miente (Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 3:36

Viviré y Moriré (Enrique Iglesias) — 4:04

Volveré (Enrique Iglesias/Roberto Morales) — 4:37

El Muro (Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 4:15

Revolución (Chein García-Alonso) — 3:55

Only You

Chart performance

The album debuted in the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart at number 1 in the week of February 15, 1997, dethroning his own father Julio Iglesias with the album Tango, and spent eight weeks at pole position, until Selena's Dreaming of You took the number-one spot for two weeks. Enrique Iglesias with his debut album replaced Selena's album at number-one the year before. In the week of April 26, 1997 the album Vivir returned to the top spot for another three weeks at the summit. The album spent 15 non-consecutive weeks at pole position. The album spent 36 weeks inside the Top Ten and 69 weeks in the chart.

Chart (1997)/(1998)                             Peak position

US Billboard Top 200 Albums                            33

US Billboard Top Latin Albums                           1

US Billboard Latin Pop Albums                           1


Christina Abaroa: Producer, Production Coordination

Jeff DeMorris: Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant, Assistant

Mike Dy: Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant, Assistant

Cristin Allen Goetz: Production Coordination

Brad Kinney: Vocals (bckgr), Engineer, Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant,


Chris Lord-Alge: Mixing

Michael Parnin: Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant, Assistant

Tony DeFranco: Mixing Coordinator

Antonio Olariaga: Transfers, Digital Transfers

Chein García-Alonso: Adaptation

Doug Sax: Mastering

Andrew Sheeps: Digital Editing

Miguel Angel Cuberto: Transfers

Fernando Martinez: Management

Roberto Morales: Advisor, Music Assistant

Steven Lippman: Photography

Erin Flanagan: Stylist

Manolo Ruiz: Stylist

John Coulter: Design


Rafael Perez Botija: Piano, Arranger, Keyboards, Producer

Enrique Iglesias: Vocals, Vocals (bckgr)

Luis Conte: Percussion

Gregg Bissonette: Drums

Neal Avron: Engineer, Drums

Bob Painter: Keyboards, Programming, Vocals, Engineer

Mitchel Forman: Piano

Gary Grant: Trumpet

Jerry Hay: Trumpet

Paulinho Da Costa: Percussion

Michael Landau: Guitar

Neil Stubenhaus: Bass

Arturo Velasco: Trombone

Dan Higgins: Saxophone

Leland Sklar: Bass

Billy Preston: Organ (Hammond)

Bill Reichenbach Jr.: Trombone

Charmain Renata: Hubbard Vocals, Choir, Chorus

Ron Marshall: Vocals, Choir, Chorus

Sarah Anindo Marshall: Vocals, Choir Master

Steve Sykes: Guitar, Vocals (bckgr), Engineer

Ayo Adeyemi: Vocals, Choir, Chorus

Malang Bayo: Vocals, Choir, Chorus

Patricio Castillo: Vocals (bckgr)

Maria del Rey: Vocals (bckgr), Coros

Dennis Hetzendorfer: Engineer

Carlos Murguía: Vocals (bckgr)

Dan Navarro: Vocals (bckgr)

Kenny O'Brien: Vocals (bckgr)

Terry Wood: Vocals (bckgr)

Gisa Vatcky: Vocals (bckgr)

Elhadj Malick Sow: Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Brad Kinney: Vocals (bckgr)
Eric Ratz: Vocals, Engineer

Cosas del Amor ( English: Things About/Regarding Love) is the third Spanish studio album from Pop singer Enrique Iglesias. In 1999 the Album received a nomination for Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Performance.[citation needed]

Album information The album yielded two number 1 singles in the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart: "Esperanza" and "Nunca Te Olvidaré". The third single was canceled in favor of his first English language hit single "Bailamos" which was included on the soundtrack for the movie Wild Wild West. A video for the track "Ruleta Rusa" was filmed and the song was released as a promo single in Argentina.

Track listing

Nunca Te Olvidaré (Enrique Iglesias) — 4:23

Cosas del Amor (Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 4:22

Esperanza (Enrique Iglesias/Chein García-Alonso) — 3:12

Desnudo (Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 5:35

Contigo (Enrique Iglesias) — 5:18

Alguien Como Tú (Enrique Iglesias) — 4:47

Sirena (Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 4:57

Para de Jugar (Enrique Iglesias) — 5:01

Dicen Por Ahí (Mario Martinelli/Rafael Pérez-Botija/Enrique Iglesias) — 3:47

Ruleta Rusa (Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 4:12

Chart performance

The album debuted at number-one in the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart in the week of October 10, 1998, staying at pole position for five weeks in 1998 and three weeks in 1999. In The Billboard 200 the album debuted and peaked at number 64.

Chart (1998)/(1999)                            Peak position

US Billboard 200                                              64

US Billboard Top Latin Albums                           1

US Billboard Latin Pop Albums                          1

1998 - Re-Mixes – Track listing

Experiencia Religiosa (Radio Version)

Sólo En Ti (Only You) (Bilingual Version)

Lluvia Cae (Remix)

Si Tú Te Vas (Remix)

Only You (Sólo En Ti) (English Version)

Experiencia Religiosa (Discoteque Version)

Por Amarte (Remix)

Miente (Remix)

Sólo En Ti (Only You) (Remix)

Muñeca Cruel (Dance Remix)

1999 - Bailamos: Greatest Hits – Track listing


Si Juras Regresar

Tu Vacío

El Muro

Falta Tanto Amor

Esperanza (Radio Mix)

Only You (Solo En Ti) (English Version)


Vivire Y Morire

Nunca Te Olvidare (Radio Mix)

Enrique is the debut English album by Enrique Iglesias recorded in English and released in 1999.

Making of Enrique After the success of his first English crossover single "Bailamos", Enrique signed a multi-album deal with Interscope and spent the next two months recording the first English album. Knowing that Enrique was a Bruce Springsteen fan, Interscope chairman Jimmy Iovine recommended that Enrique covered the Springsteen track "Sad Eyes" which had recently been released on Springsteen's collection of rare recordings Tracks. The album also contains a duet with Whitney Houston, entitled "Could I Have This Kiss Forever", which Iglesias and Houston recorded separately. Enrique recorded the song in Los Angeles and Whitney in Hamburg, Germany with both of them singing with each other over the phone. They did eventually meet when they re-recorded the track for the single release. The album also included the crossover song "Bailamos" which had previously been on a special edition of Enrique's Cosas del Amor album and the Wild Wild West soundtrack.

Track listing

"Rhythm Divine" (Paul Barry & Mark Taylor) — 3:29

"Be With You" (E. Iglesias, P. Barry, Mark Taylor) — 3:40

"I Have Always Loved You" (Rick Nowels, Billy Steinberg, Marie Claire D'ubaldo) — 4:24

"Sad Eyes" (Bruce Springsteen) — 4:08

"I'm Your Man" (Enrique Iglesias, Patrick Leonard) — 4:43

"Óyeme" (Listen) (Enrique Iglesias, Billy Steinberg, Estefano, Rick Nowels) — 4:22

"Could I Have This Kiss Forever" (Diane Warren) — (duet with Whitney Houston) 4:21

"You're My #1" (Enrique Iglesias, Lester Mendez) — 4:29

"Alabao" (Enrique Iglesias, Chein Garcia, Rhett Lawrence) — 4:00

"Bailamos" (Wild Wild West) (Paul Barry & Mark Taylor) — 3:38

"Ritmo Total" (Paul Barry & Mark Taylor) — 3:29

"Más Es Amar" (Sad Eyes) (Bruce Springsteen) — 4:14

"No Puedo Más Sin Ti" (I'm Your Man) (Enrique Iglesias, Patrick Leonard) — 4:47

"You're My #1" (featuring Sandy & Junior) (Brazilian bonus track) — 4:29

"You're My #1" (featuring Alsou) (Russian bonus track) — 4:29

"Rhythm Divine" (Fernando Garibay Remix) (UK & Ireland bonus track) — 3:48

Chart                                                   Peak position

Australian ARIA Albums Chart                             11

UK Albums Chart                                                 80

U.S. Billboard 200                                                33

Dutch Albums Chart                                              13

Mexican Top 100 Albums Chart                              3

Canadian Albums Chart                                          4

Swiss Albums Top 100                                           3

Belgian Albums Chart (Flanders)                           19

Belgian Albums Chart (Wallonia)                           35

Danish Albums Top 40                                          22

Austrian Albums Top 75                                       12

French Albums Chart                                           51

Swedish Top 60 Albums Chart                             19

Spanish Top 100 Albums Chart                              1

Polish Albums Chart                                               1

Norwegian Albums Chart                                       3

Finnish Albums Top 40                                         20

Escape is an Enrique Iglesias album recorded in English in 2001. In late 2002, a special edition of the album was released with two extra songs, "Maybe" (Mark Taylor Mix) and "To Love a Woman", a duet with Lionel Richie.The album has sold over 11 million copies worldwide becoming Enrique's best selling album to date.

Release and reception Escape debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200, his then highest debut on the chart, selling 267,000 copies in its first week. Simultaneously, "Hero" topped the UK charts, making Iglesias the only Latin artist to have a #1 album and #1 single on the charts as well as the first act in five years. It was the second highest seller, in the United Kingdom, beaten only by Robbie Williams's Escapology. It was also the best selling album of 2002 in Australia. The album also performed well throughout the world, being certified triple-platinum in the United States, quadruple-platinum in the United Kingdom, 5 × platinum in Canada and Australia, and platinum in Germany. as well as reaching Platinum or Gold certification in 35 other countries around the world. The album has now sold more than 10 million copies worldwide, becoming Iglesias' best-selling album to date.


Iglesias either wrote or co-wrote every track on the album, and has said that for many of the tracks on the album he started out simply with titles that he later based the songs on. The first song to use this method was "Don't Turn Off the Lights", which was originally going to be the title of the album and the first single off the album. Iglesias also stated that he wrote many songs for the album, but picking the ones he considered to be the very best. "Hero" Was Co-Written by Iglesias and New Zealand artist Mase Shaw, one of the larger hits off of the album.

Track listing

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Title       Song writer(s)    Time

"Escape"    DioGuardi/Iglesias/Morales/Siegel   3:28

"Don't Turn Off the Lights"   Kara DioGuardi/Enrique Iglesias/Steve Morales/Siegel       3:47

"Love to See You Cry"   Mark Taylor/Enrique Iglesias/Stevie Torch/Paul Barry 4:07

"Hero"      Mark Taylor/Enrique Iglesias/Paul Barry/Shaw    4:24

"I Will Survive" Kara DioGuardi/Enrique Iglesias/Steve Morales/Siegel/Fishbein       3:43

"Love 4 Fun"      DioGuardi/Iglesias/Morales/Siegel/Fishbein      3:15

"Maybe"     DioGuardi/Iglesias/Morales/Siegel/Fishbein      3:14

"One Night Stand"       Taylor/Iglesias/Barry   4:11

"She Be the One" Taylor/Iglesias/Barry   3:36

"If the World Crashes Down"   Mendez/Iglesias   4:45

"Escapar"   DioGuardi/Iglesias/Morales/Siegel   3:28

"No Apagues la Luz"     DioGuardi/Iglesias/Morales/Siegel   3:48

"Héroe"     Taylor/Iglesias/Barry   4:23

"Hero (Metro Mix)"‡     Enrique Iglesias/Mark Taylor/Paul Barry   4:17

"Maybe (Mark Taylor Mix)"‡    Aaron Fishbein/David Siegel/Kara Dioguardi/Steve Morales       3:10

"To Love a Woman" - with Lionel Richie‡   Enrique Iglesias/Lionel Richie/Paul Barry       3:53

"Tes Larmes Sont Mes Baisers" (Love To See You Cry) (French)

‡Only included on the 2002 special edition release.

Chart                                                   Peak position

Australian ARIA Albums Chart              1

Italian Albums Chart                            18

UK Albums Chart                                 1

U.S. Billboard 200                                  2

Mexican Top 100 Albums Chart            1

Canadian Albums Chart                         1

Swiss Albums Top 100                          4

Dutch Albums Chart                              5

Belgian Albums Chart (Flanders)            6

Belgian Albums Chart (Wallonia)          19

Danish Albums Top 40                         18

Austrian Albums Top 75                         6

French Albums Chart                           19

Swedish Top 60 Albums Chart             11

Spanish Top 100 Albums Chart              3

Polish Albums Chart                               1

Norwegian Albums Chart                     10

Chart (End of year chart 2002)             Peak position

Australia Top 100 Album                      5

Quizás is an Enrique Iglesias album recorded in Spanish in 2002. The singer won a Latin Grammy for Best Male Pop Vocal Album for this recording in 2003.

Making of Quizás

Enrique Iglesias wrote or co-wrote every track on the album and co-produced several of the tracks with the exception of "Tres Palabras" and the cover version of "La Chica de Ayer" originally recorded by Nacha Pop. Enrique was the executive producer of the album alongside best friend Andres Restrepo. The title track of the album talks about Enrique's strained relationship with his father. The album was released on September 17, 2002.

Chart success

Quizas topped the Billboard Latin Chart debuting at #1 and reached number 12 on the Billboard 200 album chart, the highest position for a Spanish album at the time and fastest selling Spanish album in five years. All three singles released from the album ("Mentiroso", "Quizás" and "Para Qué La Vida") topped Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks Chart. In Spain however the first single "Mentiroso" was not released. In its place the song "La Chica de Ayer" was released and topped their singles chart as well as the album. The album also entered at 200 on the UK album charts, the highest entry for a Spanish album that year as well as performing well across Latin America going platinum in counties like Mexico and Argentina.

Track listing

Tres Palabras (Gerardo "Cachorro" López/Sandra Baylac/Sebastian Schon) — 4:23

Para Qué La Vida (Chein García-Alonso/Lester Mendez/Enrique Iglesias) — 4:05

La Chica de Ayer (Antonio Vega) — 3:58

Mentiroso (Chein García-Alonso/Enrique Iglesias) — 3:55

Quizás (Lester Mendez/Enrique Iglesias) — 4:11

Pienso en Ti (Rafael Pérez-Botija/Enrique Iglesias) — 4:18

Marta (Rafael Pérez-Botija/Enrique Iglesias) — 4:23

Suéltame las Riendas (Chein García-Alonso/Enrique Iglesias) — 3:55

Mamacita (Chein García-Alonso/Lester Mendez/Enrique Iglesias) — 4:52

Mentiroso [Mariachi] (Chein García-Alonso/Enrique Iglesias) — 3:51

No Apagues La Luz (Kara DioGuardi/Enrique Iglesias/Steve Morales/David Siegel) — 3:49

Chart                                                    Peak position

U.S. Billboard 200                                 12

US Billboard Top Latin Albums              1

US Billboard Latin Pop Albums              1

Mexican Top 100 Albums Chart             1

Swiss Albums Top 100                         41

Swedish Top 60 Albums Chart              15

Spanish Top 100 Albums Chart               1

7 is the third English (and seventh overall, thus the title 7) studio album released by Enrique Iglesias in 2003.

Making of 7 
Enrique Iglesias wrote or co-wrote and co-produced every track on the album. Jimmy Iovine was the executive producer of the album alongside Iglesias. Enrique told the Toronto Sun that he took special care with the songwriting on the album. "I concentrated a lot on the lyrical content of this album and just tried to be as honest as possible. I wanted to write songs that I won't feel silly singing 10 years from now." The album was released on November 25, 2003.

Chart success

7 reached number 31 on the Billboard 200 and has sold 49,000 copies according to Nielsen Soundscan. While the first single "Addicted" reached number 38 on the mainstream top 40 chart, the Spanish version "Adicto" reached the Latin top ten. The second single "Not in Love" has reached the top of dance track charts in the US. The album made the UK and Australian top 100 albums in November 2003. "Addicted" made the top 40 charts in a number of countries including Germany, Australia, Portugal and Argentina.

Track listing

Title       Writer(s)   Length

"Not in Love"     Paul Barry, Mark Taylor, Fernando Garibayl      3:42

"The Way You Touch Me"        Alex Ander, Rob Davis   3:50

"Say It"   Alex Ander, Rob Davis   4:21

"California Callin'"   Paul Barry, Mark Taylor       3:48

"Addicted"        Paul Barry, Mark Taylor       5:00

"Break Me Shake Me"     Alex Ander, Rob Davis   3:38

"Free"      Paul Barry 3:35

"Be Yourself"     Paul Barry 4:38

"Wish You Were Here (With Me)"      Paul Barry, Mark Taylor       4:13

"You Rock Me"     Paul Barry, Mark Taylor       3:43

"Roamer"   Tony Bruno, Kara Diaguardi    3:56

"Live It Up Tonight"   Alex Ander, Rob Davis   4:11

Bonus tracks

Title       Writer(s)   Length

"Adicto"   Paul Barry, Mark Taylor, Coti Sorokin     5:01

"Addicted" (Metro Mix) Paul Barry, Mark Taylor       3:30

"Addicted" (Fernando Garibay Edit) Paul Barry, Mark Taylor       4:23

"Be with You"     Enrique Iglesias 3:42

Chart                                                   Peak position
Australian ARIA Albums Chart             15

UK Albums Chart                                13

U.S. Billboard 200                               31

Mexican Top 100 Albums Chart           13

Dutch Albums Chart                             44

Swiss Albums Top 100                         11

Belgian Albums Chart (Flanders)          70

Austrian Albums Top 75                       48

French Albums Chart                         142

Spanish Top 100 Albums Chart            31

Polish Albums Chart                            41

Portugal Albums Chart                        20

Insomniac is the eighth studio album (and fourth English-language album) from singer Enrique Iglesias. The album is produced by John Shanks, Kristian Lundin, Sean Garrett, Anders Bagge, Jesper Andersen, Mark Taylor, Stargate, and Maratone. It also contains his first collaboration with a rapper (Lil Wayne) as well as a cover of indie band Ringside's "Tired of Being Sorry". This album is said to be different from his prior albums, incorporating a more contemporary pop style than his previous albums. As well as the aforementioned hip hop collaboration, the album also includes elements of R&B and Latin pop (the latter as on his previous albums). It was released on June 12, 2007 in the USA and worldwide on June 11, 2007.

Track listing

US standard edition

Title       Writer(s)   Length

"Ring My Bells"         Enrique Iglesias, Kristian Lundin   3:55

"Push" (featuring Lil Wayne) Adonis, Iglesias, Lil Wayne, Steve Morales      3:52

"Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)"       Brian Kidd, Iglesias, Sean Garrett 3:38

"Somebody's Me"         Iglesias, John Shanks, Kara Dioguardi     3:58

"On Top of You"         Iglesias, M. S. Eriksen, T. E. Hermansen 3:39

"Tired of Being Sorry"        Scott Thomas      4:01

"Miss You"        Arnthor Birgisson, Iglesias, Rami Yacoub 3:21

"Wish I Was Your Lover"       Arnthor Birgisson, Iglesias, Rami Yacoub 3:25

"Little Girl"     Iglesias, Mark Taylor   3:46

"Stay Here Tonight"     Iglesias, John Shanks, Kara Dioguardi     4:13

"Sweet Isabel"         3:13

"Don't You Forget About Me"         Iglesias, Mark Taylor, Paul Barry   3:11

"Dímelo"   Brian Kidd, Iglesias, Sean Garrett 3:38

"Alguien Soy Yo"        Iglesias, John Shanks, Kara Dioguardi     3:59

"Amigo Vulnerable"      Scott Thomas      4:01
Total length : 55:50

2008 - Greatest Hits - Track listing



Be With You

Rhythm Divine

Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)

Tired Of Being Sorry


Could I Have This Kiss Forever (Ft. Whitney Houston)

Not In Love (Ft. Kelis)

Don't Turn Off The Lights

Love To See You Cry



Somebody's Me

Hero (Christopher Lawrence Remix)

Miss You (Ft. Nadia)

Can You Hear Me (Official Song UEFA Euro 2008)

Baby Hold On

Away (Ft. Sean Garrett)

Takin' Back My Love (Ft. Ciara)

Lost Inside Your Love

Baila Señorita


It Must Be Love

2008 - Enrique Iglesias:95/08 Exitos (2008) - Track listing

Experiencia Religiosa

Si Tú Te Vas

Por Amarte

Enamorado Por Primera Vez

Sólo En Ti

Nunca Te Olvidaré


Ritmo Total





Gracias A Ti (Ft. Wisin & Yandel)

¿Dónde Están Corazón? (Ft. Wisin & Yandel)

Lloro Por Ti (Ft. Wisin & Yandel)

Solo Me Importas Tu (Be With You) (Spanish)

In July 2010 Iglesias released his ninth studio effort, Euphoria, which was his first billingual album. The album spawned five singles "Cuando Me Enamoro" (featuring Juan Luis Guerra), "I Like it"—a collaboration with rapper Pitbull, a team-up with Nicole Scherzinger called "Heartbeat", No Me Digas Que No which featured Puerto Rican duo Wisin & Yandel, and "Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)"—which featured Ludacris and DJ Frank E. As now, Iglesias sold over 60 million albums (both English and Spanish) worldwide. He also has sold more than 40 million singles worldwide. Euphoria is the ninth studio album by Spanish singer-songwriter Enrique Iglesias. The album is a joint-release by Universal Republic and Universal Music Latino and was released on July 5, 2010 internationally and in the US on July 6, 2010. The album features guest appearances by Akon, Usher, Juan Luis Guerra, Pitbull, Nicole Scherzinger , Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Wisin and Yandel and Ludacris. The album consists of songs in English, and Spanish. The album's first single "Cuando Me Enamoro" reached number-one on the Hot Latin Songs, while the album's second single "I Like It", reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100. Upon its release, the album debuted at number ten on the Billboard 200, with sales of 27,000 copies. The album has now sold more than 4 million copies worldwide since its release in July 2010. It has sold 1 million copies in UK alone. It was certified 2xPlatinum in United States on 23rd September, 2011. 

Track listing -International edition

Title       Writer(s)   Producer(s)       Length
"I Like It" (featuring Pitbull)     Nadir Khayat, Enrique Iglesias, Lionel Richie, Armando Perez     RedOne      3:52
"One Day at a Time" (featuring Akon)      Khayat, Iglesias, Frankie Storm, Alium Thiam       RedOne      4:05
"Heartbeat" (featuring Nicole Scherzinger)      Iglesias, Mark Taylor, Jamie Scott       Mark Taylor       4:17
"Dirty Dancer" (with Usher)   Khayat, Iglesias, E. Kidd Bogart, Erika Nuri, David Quiñones    RedOne      3:34
"Why Not Me?"     Iglesias, Khayat RedOne      3:39
"No Me Digas Que No" (featuring Wisin & Yandel)       Iglesias, Descemer Bueno, Juan Luis Morena, Llandel Veguilla, Ernesto Padilla Carlos Paucar, La Mente Maestra, El Nasi       4:30

"Ayer"      Iglesias, Bueno   Carlos Paucar     3:33

"Cuando Me Enamoro" (featuring Juan Luis Guerra)      Iglesias, Bueno   Carlos Paucar       3:20

"Dile Que"        Iglesias, Coti Soronkin       Carlos Paucar     3:41

"Tú y Yo"         Iglesias, Aleks Syntek Fernando Garibay 4:01

"Heartbreaker"   Iglesias, Taylor, Wayne Hector      Mark Taylor       4:05

"Coming Home"     Iglesias, Taylor, Scott       Mark Taylor       3:59

"Everything's Gonna Be Alright"     Iglesias, Hector Carlos Paucar     3:47

"No Me Digas Que No"   Iglesias, Bueno   Carlos Paucar     4:08

Total length : 54:36


This album is Iglesias' first bilingual album. Enrique described the album by saying, "It's the first album I've ever released that's 50-50, I thought that when it came down to it artistically, it would help me because it would put the Spanish songs against the English. I've created a little competition inside my head." I do not want to do a double album, and I've been writing this album for a year-and-a-half, So I want to make sure it's the very best I can give fans." It was announced that at the end of 2010 Iglesias would set off on his Euphoria Tour in support of his latest album.

On November 8, 2011, a new deluxe version of the album will be released featuring new duets with Pitbull (already featured on "I Like It") and a duet with Latina actress and singer Jennifer Lopez, titled "Mouth2Mouth."

Musical content

Iglesias stated that this album is different than his previous albums by saying, "To my 'religious experience', my first album is magic because I have a lot of care and because it has a level of honesty for me unique compared to what I've done. But when people hear this record is obvious that you will find that it has nothing to do with many of the songs I've done in the past, What we want is that the audience grows with you and that is very difficult to achieve. That failing, you do it only occasionally. With these failures can be learned, but it is not easy." On the album's style "I Like It", he explained, that "It taps into so many different styles of music - it's been really exciting for me to experiment and explore new territory. It's a song that when I wrote it and not much thought was more by sound." "Heartbeat" (feat. Nicole Scherzinger) was described as a "raw" and "upbeat" song, while "Dirty Dancer" (feat. Usher) is a song "for the dirty girls, all around the world."

Commercial performance
On the Billboard 200, Euphoria was the second-highest new entry, debuting at number ten with 27,000 copies. His last studio set, 2007's Insomniac, debuted and peaked on the Billboard 200 at number seventeen with 45,000 sold in its first week. Enrique Iglesias snares his seventh number-one on U.S. Top Latin Albums as Euphoria arrives with 27,000 sold. On the Billboard 200 Iglesias achieves his second top ten, as Euphoria bows at No. 10. His only other visit to that part of the chart was when Escape hit No. 2 in 2001. The album also spent 11 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart. On the UK Albums Chart, the album debut at number six. Enrique Iglesias debuted at number five on the European Top 100 Albums chart with Euphoria, after starting at number-one in Spain, number five in Holland and Switzerland, number six in the United Kingdom (with first-week sales of 20,000) and number ten in France and Ireland. Euphoria also debuted at number-one in Mexico. On its second week it stayed at number-one and was certified Gold.

Critical reviews, Professional ratings, Review scores

Source                                                 Rating

Allmusic                                               3/5 stars

Digital Spy                                           3/5 stars

Entertainment Weekly                           (B)

Sputnikmusic                                        2/5 stars

Laboratório Pop                                  (unfavorable)

The Washington Post                           (unfavorable)

Since its release, the album has received mixed reviews. Robert Copsey from Digital Spy gave the album 3 stars (out of 5), saying that "Euphoria fits between the sentimental Iglesias of the 'Hero' and 'Bailamos' era and the new, Down With The Kids Enrique. The latter is generally more entertaining, with the robotic vocal effects and rave-tinged production, but the end result here is not necessarily what Iglesias may have intended". He finished the review saying that "Euphoria is a mixed bag of a record which tries a little too hard to please the disparate elements of his fanbase". In a more negative review, "Doug Belfast" from Sputnik Music thought that "Euphoria is really a mixed bag of a record that tries a little too hard at being something different, tries a little too hard at recapturing the glory of the past and tries a little too hard capturing a new fan base. All this is too hard to garner in one single record". Stephen Thomas Erlewine from Allmusic gave 3 stars out of 5 for the album and went to say that "Euphoria is as bright as its title, a firm return to romance for the loverman" and "despite the contemporary flourishes, the heart of this album resides in Iglesias’ romantic balladeering, the kind of croon that crosses cultures, so much so that the tracks here slip between Spanish and English without much notice. No matter the language, Enrique maintains the seductive mood on Euphoria".

"Cuando Me Enamoro" was released as the lead Spanish-Language single from the album. The song debuted at #8 and #25 on U.S Latin Pop Songs and U.S. Hot Latin Songs respectively. The song became Iglesias' 25th Top 10 single on the U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs. Four weeks later, it became his 21st #1 single on the chart. "I Like It" was released as the lead English-Language single from the album on May 3, 2010 in the United States, and June 28, 2010 in the United Kingdom. The track, which features Pitbull, reached #4 on the Billboard Hot 100. Seven weeks later, it climbed to #1 on the Billboard Dance Club Play Chart, making it Iglesias' 7th #1 single on that chart. The song also reached #1 on the Latin Pop Airplay Chart, and peaked at #3 on the UK Singles Chart. "Heartbeat" was initially released as the first promo single form Euphoria on June 8, 2010 prior to the release of the album. It later received the full single treatment in October 2010 for international markets only. It never received the full single treatment in the US, which is why it failed to enter the Billboard Hot 100. The music video for the track premiered on September 9, 2010. The single reached #4 in Denmark and France, #5 in Australia, #8 in the UK, #9 in New Zealand, and #20 in the Netherlands.

"No Me Digas Que No" was initially released as the second promo single from "Euphoria" on June 22, 2010 prior to the release of the album. It later received the full single treatment in October 2010. It hit radio stations on October 19, 2010. Iglesias performed the song at 2010 Latin Grammy Awards. The music video premiered on November 18, 2010. The song reached #1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart, becoming his 22nd #1 single on the chart.

"Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)" was released as the first single from the reissue of the album on November 1, 2010. The track features American rapper Ludacris. The song topped US Hot Dance Club Songs, becoming the Male Artist with the most #1 songs on the US Hot Dance Club Songs chart. The song also topped US Radio Songs and US Pop Songs. The song was performed for the first time at American Music Awards. It reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. "Ayer" was released as the third spanish-Language single from the album on July 5, 2011. The video for the song premiered on July 29, 2011. "Dirty Dancer" was released as the second single from the reissue of the album on May 9, 2011. The song appeared on the original version of the album, however, for its single release it was remixed with a new instrumental and new verses from Lil Wayne and Nayer. It reached number 18 on the Billboard Hot 100. On October 4, 2011, "I Like How It Feels" featuring rapper Pitbull (who appeared on "I Like It") and producers The WAV.s will be released for digital download, as the second single from the deluxe edition of Euphoria and the eighth overall single.

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