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Amarte Bien

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Released  November 20, 2010
Length  37:46
Release date  20 November 2010
Genre  Latin pop
Recorded  2009-10
Artist  Carlos Baute
Label  Warner Music Latina
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Producer  Juan Carlos Noguel, Carlos Baute
Nominations  Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Album of the Year
Similar  Carlos Baute albums, Latin pop albums

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Amarte Bien is a studio album released by Venezuelan singer-songwriter Carlos Baute. The album was released by Warner Music on November 20, 2010. It was recorded in Mexico City and produced by Juan Carlos Noguel, Armando Ávila and Baute.


Carlos Baute commented that he wanted that "when people listen to my album, they feel happy. They're very fresh songs, that go directly through the heart." Website 7días stated that the singer, with Amarte Bien, "returns to his origins recovering that folklore rhythm from his land, which shot him to fame back in 1994." Mariano Prunes from Allmusic stated that "Amarte Bien is brimming with the light pop and positive messages characteristic of the artist."

The album contained the hit singles "Quién Te Quiere Como Yo", "Amarte Bien" and "Tu Cuerpo Bailando en Mi Cuerpo". "Quién Te Quiere Como Yo" reached No.26 on the Billboard Latin Songs chart and No.6 Latin Pop Songs chart, while the second, "Amarte Bien", also reached No.28 on that list. "Quien Te Quiere Como Yo" also reached No.2 on the Spanish Singles Chart, and "Amarte Bien" reached No.18 on that chart.

Amarte Bien became another commercial success for Carlos Baute. In Spain, the album reached No.3, almost reaching the peak position of its predecessor, De Mi Puño y Letra, which reached No.2. Although, it was a moderate hit in Mexico, only reaching No.39 on the Mexican Albums Chart.

Track listing

All tracks written by Carlos Baute.


Source: Allmusic


1Amarte bien3:25
2Cuando Tú No Estás3:57
3Quien Te Quiere Como Yo3:43


Amarte Bien Wikipedia