All My Hits Vol. 2

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All My Hits/Todos Mis Éxitos Vol. 2
Compilation album by
ReleasedFebruary 29, 2000
GenreLatin pop
LabelEMI Latin
Selena chronology
All My Hits/Todos Mis Éxitos
All My Hits/Todos Mis Éxitos Vol. 2
Live! The Last Concert
Singles from All My Hits/Todos Mis Éxitos Vol. 2
  1. "Cien Años"
    Released: 2000

All My Hits/Todos Mis Exitos Vol. 2 was the second series of the All My Hits collection. It was a greatest hits album by Selena. The album included a heart-necklace for fans. The album sold over 400,000 copies in the United States.

Track listing[change | change source]

  1. Enamorada de Ti (Club Remix)
  2. No Quiero Saber
  3. Techno Cumbia (Radio Edit Version)
  4. A Million to One (Medley)
  5. Fotos Y Recuerdos
  6. Si Una Ves
  7. No Me Queda Mas (Astro 95 live)
  8. Siempre Hace Frío
  9. El Chico Del Apartamento 512
  10. Muñequito De Trapo
  11. Captive Heart
  12. Tu Robaste Mi Corazón (with Pete Astudillo)
  13. Bidi Bidi Bom Bom (Astro 95 Live)
  14. Aunque No Salga El Sol (New Version)
  15. Yo Fui Aquella (New Version)
  16. Cien Años (Mirachi Version)

Certifications and sales[change | change source]

Notes^ Note that RIAA has launched its Oro y De Platino certification scheme for those albums the 50% of the content of which are in Spanish, initially, the award-levels for Oro y De Platino were: Gold=100,000 and Platinum=200,000.'[[#cite_note-RIAA_Launches_�Los_Premios_de_Oro_y_De_Platino�_to_Recognize_Top_Latin_Artists-1|[1]]] In February 2008, RIAA reduced the certification-award-levels for Oro y De Platino to Gold=50,000 and Platinum=100,000.[2]

Country Certification Sales
USA 2x Platinum (Certification type: Latin)[3] 400,000+

References[change | change source]

  1. [[#cite_ref-RIAA_Launches_�Los_Premios_de_Oro_y_De_Platino�_to_Recognize_Top_Latin_Artists_1-0|↑]] [ "RIAA Launches �Los Premios de Oro y De Platino� to Recognize Top Latin Artists"]. Recording Industry Association of America. January 25, 2000. Retrieved 2010-05-22. replacement character in |title= at position 15 (help)CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. "Country Takes The Crop". Recording Industry Association of America. February14, 2008. Retrieved 2010-05-22. Check date values in: |date= (help)CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. "Selena's US Certifications on All My Hits Vol.1". Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved 2010-05-22. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
Preceded by
MTV Unplugged by Shakira
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums number-one album
April 15, 2000
Succeeded by
MTV Unplugged by Shakira