Soy (Alejandra Guzmán album)(Redirected from Soy (Alejandra Guzman album))
Soy (Eng. I Am) is the title of the ninth studio album released by Mexican singer Alejandra Guzmán. This album was the first produced by Desmond Child and was the winner of the 2002 Latin Grammy Award for "Best Rock Solo Vocal Album", being the first win and, to date, the only Latin Grammy won by the singer.
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The album yielded four singles: "De Verdad", "Diablo", "Volveré a Amar" and the Robbie Williams's original "Quiero Vivir". The track "Vagabundo Corazón" features Joe Perry and Steven Tyler from the rock band Aerosmith. The last track, "Labios de Fuego" was featured on the soundtrack of the Mexican film "Dame Tu Cuerpo".
Soy was certified gold in Mexico.
- "Diablo" (Alejandra Guzmán, Randy Cantor, Jodi Marr) — 3:25
- "De Verdad" (Steve Mandle, Julia Sierra, Jodi Marr) — 3:20
- "Quiero Vivir" (Robbie Williams, Desmond Child, Eric Bazilian) — 3:44
- "Volveré a Amar" (Desmond Child, Richie Supa) — 3:51
- "Caramelo" (Elsten Torres) — 3:16
- "Todo" (Desmond Child, Gary Burr, Johnny Lang) — 3:57
- "Vagabundo Corazón" (Desmond Child, Randy Cantor, Wayne Hector) — 4:14
- "Soy Tu Lluvia" (Joe Perry, Desmond Child, Steven Tyler, Fernando Osorio, Alejandra Guzmán) — 4:42
- "Abrázame" (Juan Carlos Soto, Jodi Marr) — 2:53
- "Labios de Fuego" (Lucresia Garx, Reyli Barba) — 3:47
- Associated Press (September 19, 2002). "List of winners at the 3rd annual Latin Grammy awards". Las Vegas Sun. The Greenspun Corporation. Retrieved August 8, 2014.
- "Certificaciones" (in Spanish). Asociación Mexicana de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas. Type Alejandra Guzman in the box under the ARTISTA column heading and Soy in the box under TÍTULO