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MTV Unplugged (Diego Torres album)

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MTV Unplugged (Diego Torres album)

MTV Unplugged
Diego Torres
Released May 4, 2004
Mar 1, 2005 (CD+DVD)
Recorded March 4, 2004
(Baires Studios from Don Torcuato
Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Genre Acoustic, candombe
Length 77:42
Label Sony BMG, RCA
Producer Afo Verde, Diego Torres
Diego Torres chronology

Un Mundo Diferente
MTV Unplugged
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[2]

MTV Unplugged is a 2004 Grammy Award-nominated live MTV Unplugged acoustic performance by Argentine born musician Diego Torres released in 2004 as an album and in 2005 as a DVD. Recorded in March, 2004 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, it is rated as one of his best-ever live performances. The álbum sold a 800.000 copies.



Track listing

No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Deja de Pedir Perdon"  Diego Torres/Cachorro López 4:12
2. "No lo Soñé"  Dany Tomas/Torres/Marcelo Wengrovsky 4:26
3. "Se Que Ya No Volverás"  Tomas/Torres/Wengrovsky 5:02
4. "Cantar Hasta Morir"  Batista, A./Sánchez, Oney A. Cumba/Torres 4:32
5. "Qué Será"  Fontana/Grece/Migliacci/Pes 4:22
6. "La Última Noche"  Amed, R./Baylak, S./López/Torres 4:10
7. "Alguien la Vio Partir"  López/Tomas/Torres 4:48
8. "Déjame Entrar"  Pablo Etcheverry/Torres 4:50
9. "Alba"  Antonio Flores 4:37
10. "Sueños" (with Julieta Venegas)López/Sebastián Schon/Torres 4:35
11. "Donde Van"  Pablo Duchovny/Coty Sorokin/Torres 3:28
12. "Tal Vez"  Torres/Afo Verde 3:55
13. "Usted" (with Vicentico)Gabriel Fernández Capello/Torres 4:47
14. "Tratar de Estar Mejor"  López/Torres 4:28
15. "Penélope"  Augusto Algueró/Joan Manuel Serrat 4:58
16. "Que No Me Pierda"  Gustavo Santander 5:23
17. "Color Esperanza" (with La Chilinguita)López/Sorokin/Torres 5:09

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