Día de Independencia is the third studio album by the Mexican Christian rock band Rojo. The album was produced by the bass guitarist Emmanuel Espinosa. It was released on October 2004. The recording was led by engineers . . An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc, vinyl, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century as individual 78-rpm records collected in a bound book resembling a photograph album; this format evolve. arly record albums were multiple 78rpm discs packaged in book form, like a photograph album. A vinyl LP on a turntable. A blank compact cassette tape and case.
Rojo was a Christian rock band from Mexico. The band was formed in 2000 by bassist Emmanuel Espinosa, with their eponymous debut album released in 2001. Since their youth in the early 1990s, Emmanuel Espinosa and Rubén González thought about starting their own band. By the end of the century, they recruited guitarist Oswaldo Burruel as they started to shape up a band. Finally, joined by Annette Moreno, the band Rojo was officially formed in 2000.
This song is by Rojo and appears on the album Día de Independencia (2004). Otro dia empieza a caer,y el alma empieza a correr,recordando lo que has hecho por m.
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After issuing two albums in her native Mexico, Lynda's first international release came as Mi Dia de la Independencia (My Independence Day), an artistic freedom sign heard throughout Latin America and the . It opens with its main title, a mid-tempo pop/rock song, followed by "Ahi Estare" and "No Quiero Verte," composed by her sister Alissa, who earlier convinced. her to pursue a singing career. After Carlos Lara's "Vivir Sin El," "Corazón Perdido," came as one of its best; no wonder it became Mi Dia de la Independencia's first single