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Princessa   (Spain)

EuroDance group
Added : 11/06/2009
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All I Want
Princessa
Calling You
Princessa
I Won't Forget You
Remix Collection
Ensalza Tu Amor
Rojo Y Llanto
Anyone But You
Calling You (A Message From Love City)
Try To Say I'm Sorry
Vivo
Summer Of Love
Baila Al Ritmo
Snowflakes
(You Just) Believe In You
I Won't Forget You
All I Want
92 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

 

Princessa albums

All I Want All I Want (never released)
Princessa Princessa 1993
Calling You Calling You 25th Oct 1996
Princessa Princessa 1997
I Won't Forget You I Won't Forget You 1999
Remix Collection Remix Collection (Japan) 16th Sep 2002

 

Princessa singles

Ensalza Tu Amor Ensalza Tu Amor 1993  
Rojo Y Llanto Rojo Y Llanto 1993  
Anyone But You Anyone But You 1996  
Calling You (A Message From Love City) Calling You (A Message From Love City) 1996  
Try To Say I'm Sorry Try To Say I'm Sorry 1997  
Vivo Vivo 1997  
Summer Of Love Summer Of Love 1997  
Baila Al Ritmo Baila Al Ritmo 1997  
Snowflakes Snowflakes 1998  
(You Just) Believe In You (You Just) Believe In You 1999  
I Won't Forget You I Won't Forget You 1999  
All I Want All I Want 2005  

 

Princessa remixes

Rojo Y Llanto Rojo Y Llanto 1993  

 

 



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Princessa biography

Born Mónica Capel Cruz on May 18, 1975 in Madrid, she is the third generation from a family of musicians and music has always been her passion. She first became known for her participation in "World On Ice" in Madrid and in Spain's Gran Circo Mundial. She was discovered in 1992 by producer Frank Peterson at age 16, released her 2 first singles Ensalza Tu Amor and Rojo y llanto (a huge hit in her home country). In 1993 she recorded her first album, produced by Matthias Meissner, Frank Peterson and Thomas Schwarz, all the lyrics for the album were written by Susana Espelleta. It included a cover version of Valerie Dore's The Night. After the publication,

In May 1994 she went to Mexico for three weeks of promotion, taking part there in the famous Acapulco festival. She then toured all through Spain for two months, performing at more than 40 concerts.

In May 1996 she released her first song in English Calling you (A message from love city). The song was produced with the help of Alex Christensen and used in a TV ad for SEAT. Then came the album Calling You, with collaboration of Sarah Brightman as background vocalist and co-writer on some tracks. It was released in Europe and Japan. It was followed by the release an album entitled Princessa like the first one, which was actually Calling You with new cover and inlay-design as well as minor change made to the tracklisting.

In November 1998 Princessa released the single Snowflakes which became the theme for the popular German soap opera Marienhof. Her third album I Won't Forget You was out in 1999. It was less dance-oriented.

In 2005, Princessa was back with a brand new track called All I Want. Her fourth album, also entitled, All I Want, was in production. It includes 2 tracks composed by Axel Breitung. Mónica wrote herself a thrid of the album. Apparently, it has never been released officially.

Thanks to Abelito

Princessa biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018



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