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Desaires (Rocio Durcal Album Cover).jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 16, 1993
  • Record Milagro, Los Angeles, California (1993)
  • Ocean Way Recording Studios, Hollywood, California (1993)
LabelBMG Music, Ariola Records
ProducerJoan Sebastian
Rocío Dúrcal chronology
El Concierto... En Vivo
Hay Amores Y Amores
Singles from Desaires
  1. "Desaires"
  2. "Mi Credo"
  3. "Órale"
  4. "Que Ya No Estas"

Desaires (English: Slights) is the title of a studio album released by Spanish performer Rocío Dúrcal on November 16, 1993, under the label of BMG Ariola.[1] Written and produced by Mexican songwriter Joan Sebastian. This album peaked at number-sixteen on the U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Albums.

Four singles were released from "Desaires". The album's lead single "Desaires" peaked at number 4 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks. The second single "Mi Credo" peaked at number 16 on the chart Hot Latin Tracks.

Track listing

Joan Sebastian producer of the album "Desaires"
Joan Sebastian producer of the album "Desaires"
Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Desaires" Joan Sebastian 2:41
2. "Órale" Sebastian 2:23
3. "Mi Credo" Sebastian 3:10
4. "Sin Una Lágrima" Sebastian 2:53
5. "Palomo Gris" Sebastian 3:53
6. "La Huerta" Sebastian 3:00
7. "Domingo De Feria" Sebastian 2:54
8. "Más Te Vale" Sebastian 2:14
9. "En Un Hilo" Sebastian 3:10
10. "Que Ya No Estas" Sebastian 3:32


  • Billboard Singles[2]
Year Single Chart Peak position
1993 "Desaires" Hot Latin Tracks 4
1994 "Mi Credo" 14
  • Billboard Albums[2]
Chart (1994) Peak position
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums 43


País Certificación
Mexico Platinum
Venezuela Gold

Credits and personnel




  1. ^ "Desaires – Rocío Dúrcal". AllMusic. Retrieved July 8, 2015.
  2. ^ a b "Desaires – Rocío Dúrcal | Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved July 8, 2015.
  3. ^ "Rocнo Dъrcal, toda una trayectoria de йxitos". El Universal. March 30, 2006. Retrieved July 8, 2015.
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