Quadrasónico is the fourth album of Erik Rubin, and changed his traditional rock pop sound by an electronic pop sound. It was his first and only work for Universal. Recorded in London and Mexico, Rubin worked again with Jorge Amaro and for the first time with Aureo Baqueiro. Two singles were released, disco anthem "Dame Amor" and ballad "Contigo". Monitor Mix (Intro)" (Rubin, Baqueriro, Amaro) – 0:19. Dame Amor" (Rubin, Baqueiro, Amaro) - 4:42. Lo que Sueño" (Aureo Baqueiro) – 4:12.
This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 125/125 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Quadrasonico. BPM Profile Quadrasonico. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Erik Rubin.
Quadrasónico is the fourth album of Erik Rubin, and changed his traditional rock pop sound by an electronic pop sound. Vuelvo a Ti" (Erik Rubin) – 3:40.
Released just before his foray into musical theater, Quadrasonico marked the former Mexican teen pop sensation Erick Rubin's effort to reach the dance/club crowd. While this collection, originally released in 2002 on the Universal label (and subsequently released digitally in 2007), would not equal his subsequent Latin pop victories, it was an obvious stepping stone for an artist well on his way to a varied career, and contains the hit songs "Dame Amor" and "Contigo.
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|Lo Que Sueño||4:12|
|Vuelvo A Ti||3:39|
|Huir De Ti||3:38|
|Lo Unico Que Quiero||4:13|
|Fuera De Control||4:08|
|014 582 2||Erik*||Quadrasónico (CD, Album)||Polydor, Universal||014 582 2||Mexico||2001|
|none||Erik*||Quadrasonico (13xFile, AAC, Album)||Universal Music Mexico||none||Mexico||2001|