YAM’s Top35 Canciones of the 90’s

The YAM Magazine staff has a lot of Spanish-speakers who either grew up surrounded with canciones — be it Rock en Español, dance hits to political anthems — or simply loving Latino culture. There’s great variety in these picks from the decade from all across Latin America and Spain that garnered the most votes from the staff.

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Alejandro Sanz – Corazon Partío (1997)

Aterciopelados – Bolero Falaz (1995)

Café Tacuba – Chilanga Banda (1996)

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  1. Thanks for adding to what I put together, Amy!

    haha I remember my dad (from Puerto Rico) would play Ricky Martin’s CDs at least once every weekend when I was growing up.

    Shakira’s “Donde Estan los Ladrones” album is a pop classic. Her black-and-red hair image was so striking to my nine-year-old-self.

    I used to replay Olga Tañon’s radio mix of her biggest ’90’s hits until I lost the file and couldn’t find it again.

    This post was one big nostalgia trip. Now I know the song titles I never caught on TV and the radio!

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