Amor Prohibido

[disambiguation] Amor Prohibido is a 1994 album by Selena. Amor prohibido (Forbidden love) may also refer to: == Music == == Films == ...
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Amor Prohibido

[Daniela Romo album] Amor Prohibido (English Forbidden Love) is the third studio album by Mexican pop singer Daniela Romo. This album was released in 1984. ==History== This album was produced by Danilo Vaona, it has the Spanish version hit `Yo no te pido la luna` (I don`t ask you for the moon) of the Italian song `Non voglio mica la luna` b
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Amor Prohibido

[song] (Corpus Christi, Texas) | Genre = Tejano, Dance-pop, Latin pop | Length = {Duration|m=2|s=50} | Label = EMI Latin | Writer = Selena, A.B. Quintanilla III, Pete Astudillo | Producer = Quintanilla III, Abraham Quintanilla Jr, Jorge Alberto Pino, Bebu Silvetti, Gregg Vickers | Certification = | Last single = `Donde Quiera Que Estés` (1
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Amor prohibido

[film] Amor prohibido (Prohibited Love) is a 1958 Argentine romantic drama film directed by Luis César Amadori and written by Ulises Petit de Murat. The film was based on a novel by Russian writer Leo Tolstoy ==Release== The film premiered in Argentina on January 16, 1958. ...
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Amor Prohibido

Amor Prohibido (Forbidden Love) is the fifth studio album by American Tejano music singer Selena, and was released in the United States on March 13, 1994, through EMI Latin. Selena`s idea to record a new Spanish-language album began after the launch of her Selena Etc. boutiques and her southern US clothing venture, and the release of her 1993 alb.
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