Timbiriche VIII & IX is the eighth, ninth album by the Mexican Pop band Timbiriche. The album was released on May 7, 1988 being an event in the record industry in Mexico and Latin America, because it was a Double Disc, something that was new in a Mexican album.
Timbiriche – VIII - IX. Label: Melody Internacional – MITV2/001.
In 1987, Timbiriche released the album Timbiriche VII. With this album, the group obtains a success superior to the one of the previous disc, consolidating like one of the youthful groups leaders of Latin America and Spain. The album included hits like No seas tan cruel, Besos de ceniza, Mírame (Cuestión de tiempo), Si no es ahora, Con todos menos conmigo, Rompecabezas, Mágico amor and Ya estaba escrito. In 1988 goes on sale the double album Timbiriche VIII & IX. The reason for producing a double album was that the producers did not decide to choose the repertoire of songs that would include in the new album. At that time, the double discs were a novelty in Latin America and few artists were encouraged to produce them.
After promotion of the seventh album ended and the Garza-to-Marquez transition began, the band recorded a vast list of songs for their eighth album. Inability to pick a final track list from the 22 songs, the project became the double album "Timbiriche VIII"' and "Timbiriche IX". This offering included what would become one of their best-known and most-successful single: "Tú y Yo Somos Uno Mismo". This hit in Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, and Chile among other countries.
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Timbiriche VIII & IX is the eighth, ninth album by the Mexican Pop band Timbiriche.