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El Sabor Del Mes 11
El Sabor Del Mes 11
compilation album
Country Mexico Mexico-flag
Catalogue no. 200 762
Label EMI Music (Mexico)
Format CD
Length 10 tracks
Released 1997
Genre Pop, Rock, Electronic
Producer various
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El Sabor Del Mes 11 duran duran
Duran Duran

El Sabor Del Mes 11: ¿A Qué Te Sabe La Música? is a compilation album featuring Duran Duran, released in Mexico by EMI Music during 1997.

About the albumEdit

The album is the Mexican domestic version of the 'Flavour of the Label' series, that covers tracks released on the EMI, Virgin, Capitol Records and Parlophone labels.

The compilation includes Duran Duran's "Electric Barbarella", the first song available for digital purchase/download on the Internet.

Also included is "Bitter Sweet Symphony" with lyrics written by The Verve's Richard Ashcroft, but officially credited to Ashcroft, Keith Richards and Mick Jagger. This is because the track samples music from an Andrew Loog Oldham adaptation of "The Last Time" by The Rolling Stones (Andrew Loog Oldham was present at Duran Duran's Sundown show in 1981).

Track listingEdit

200 762Edit

  1. "Congo" - Genesis (4:51)
  2. "Electric Barbarella" (5:19)
  3. "Bitter Sweet Symphony" - The Verve (7:49)
  4. "Paint My Love" - Michael Learns To Rock (3:48)
  5. "Why Did She Go?" - Fool's Garden (3:22)
  6. "The Way I'm Feeling Tonight" - Paul Carrack (4:17)
  7. "Karma Police" - Radiohead (4:21)
  8. "On Your Own" - Blur (4:26)
  9. "Somewhere" - Pet Shop Boys (4:42)
  10. "Bitch" (Transistor Mix) - Meredith Brooks (3:58)

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