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Vivir
Studio album by Enrique Iglesias
Released United States January 28, 1997
Recorded 1996
Genre Pop, latin pop
Label Fonovisa
Professional reviews
Enrique Iglesias chronology
Enrique Iglesias
(1995)
Vivir
(1997)
Cosas del Amor
(1998)
Singles from Vivir
  1. "Enamorado Por Primera Vez"
    Released: January, 1997
  2. "Sólo En Ti"
    Released: May, 1997
  3. "Volveré"
    Released: 1997
  4. "Miente"
    Released: July, 1997
  5. "Revolución"
    Released: October, 1997
  6. "Lluvia Cae"
    Released: December, 1997
  7. "Al Despertar"
    Released: March, 1998

Vivir is the second Spanish album from Pop singer Enrique Iglesias. This album was also a very successful release for the singer. This 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 United States was certifed gold and platinum on May 6, 1997[1], by the RIAA.

This album received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Latin Pop Album at the Grammy Awards of 1998, losing to Romances by Luis Miguel[2].

Contents

Track listing

  1. Enamorado Por Primera Vez (Enrique Iglesias) — 4:28
  2. Al Despertar (Enrique Iglesias/Roberto Morales) — 4:15
  3. Lluvia Cae (Enrique Iglesias/Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 4:35
  4. Tu Vacío (Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 3:55
  5. Sólo En Ti (Vince Clarke/Enrique Iglesias) — 3:31
  6. Miente (Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 3:36
  7. Viviré y Moriré (Enrique Iglesias) — 4:04
  8. Volveré (Enrique Iglesias/Roberto Morales) — 4:37
  9. El Muro (Rafael Pérez-Botija) — 4:15
  10. Revolución (Chein García-Alonso) — 3:55

Chart performance

The album debuted in the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart at number 1 in the week of February 15, 1997[3], 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 [4] 33
US Billboard Top Latin Albums [5] 1 (8 weeks)
US Billboard Latin Pop Albums [6] 1 (24 weeks)
Preceded by
Tango by Julio Iglesias
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums number-one album
(first run)

February 15, 1997 - April 5, 1997
Succeeded by
Dreaming of You by Selena
Preceded by
Dreaming of You by Selena
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums number-one album
(second run)

April 26, 1997 - May 10, 1997
Succeeded by
Llévame Contigo by Olga Tañón
Preceded by
Juntos Otra Vez by Juan Gabriel and Rocío Dúrcal
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums number-one album
(third run)

May 31, 1997 - June 21, 1997
Succeeded by
Juntos Otra Vez by Juan Gabriel and Rocío Dúrcal

Personnel

  • 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, 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

Musicians

  • 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: Vocals, 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

Notes

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