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Party Time! (Gloria Estefan single)

Party Time!
Gloria Estefan
Released 1998
Genre Dance / Pop
Length 22:16
Label Epic
Producer Pablo Flores

"Party Time!" is a special promotional CD release by pop singer Gloria Estefan.

Released in 1998, "Party Time!" was sold in department stores as a promotion for the Gloria! album. A complementary Spanish-language remix single, Bailando!, was released at the same time, again sold only at Target. Both are now considered rare by collectors.

There is only one track on the CD: "The Party Time Megamix", a 22-minute megamix of nine of Gloria's biggest hits up to that point, including a few with Miami Sound Machine. Several of these songs were redone in a House or Techno style.

Megamix song sequence

Production credits

  • Producer: Pablo Flores for Estefan Enterprises Inc.
  • Remix and additional production on "Turn The Beat Around" by Pablo Flores.
  • Keyboards and programming by Lester Mendez.
  • Mixed by Javier Garza.

References

  1. http://web.archive.org/web/20091027084359/http://www.geocities.com/weslarkins/glorialibre.html gloriaestefandiscographydatabase


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