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La Historia


Download links and information about La Historia by Ricky Martin. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Dancefloor, Latin, Dance Pop genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:16:27 minutes.

Artist: Ricky Martin
Release date: 2001
Genre: Dancefloor, Latin, Dance Pop
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:16:27
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No. Title Length
1. María (Pablo Flores' Radio Edit) 4:29
2. Vuelve 5:07
3. Bella (She's All I Ever Had) 4:54
4. La Bomba 4:35
5. A Medio Vívír 4:41
6. Perdído Sin Tí 4:10
7. Livín' la Vída Loca 4:03
8. Volveras 4:49
9. La Copa de la Vída (La Canción Oficial de la Copa Mundíal, Francia '98) 4:28
10. Fuego de Noche, Nieve de Día 5:34
11. She Bangs (Spanish Version) 4:34
12. Bombón de Azúcar 4:58
13. Fuego Contra Fuego 4:26
14. Te Extraño, Te Olvído, Te Amo 4:38
15. Por Arriba, por Abajo 3:06
16. El Amor De Mi Vída 3:56
17. Solo Quiero Amarte (Nobody Wants to Be Lonely) [Radio Edit] 3:59



Given the surprisingly soft performance of Ricky Martin's second English language album, Sound Loaded, 2001's La Historia attempted to direct fans back to what attracted them to him in the first place: his voice and smoldering sensuality. A collection of Martin's biggest Spanish language hits, La Historia reaffirms that he didn't become a star just because of his good looks; tracks such as "Vuelve," "Bella (She's All I Ever Had)," and "El Amor de Mi Vida" are reminders that his singing is just as appealing as his face. Spanish and "Spanglish" versions of hits like "Maria," "Livin' La Vida Loca," "She Bangs," and "Bombon de Azucar" appeal to both Martin's longtime fans and more recent, predominantly English-speaking ones, and the mix of ballads such as "Perdido Sin Ti" and up-tempo tracks like "La Bomba" is arguably more fluid and convincing than on Martin's albumsen Ingles. For all of his fans, La Historia serves as a welcome reminder of — or introduction to — some of Ricky Martin's best moments.