With a 2020 reissue of her compilation of hits, Ones, Selena and her music continue to mark milestones and top the charts even 25 years after her passing.
Released by Universal Music Latin Entertainment on July 3, the limited-edition Selena double-LP vinyl picture disc, which is a reissue of Selena’s compilation album Ones, hit the top spot for the week of July 18, 2020, on the Billboard Vinyl Albums Chart, which tracks vinyl album sales in all genres. The Vinyl Albums chart began in January 2011, according to Billboard, as vinyl albums started becoming popular again.
The reissue of Selena’s Ones also placed the legendary Tejano queen on the top five of Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart and at No. 116 on the Billboard 200 chart, which covers all genres, according to Billboard.
Ones was originally released in 2002 and features six of Selena’s number one hits with the limited edition vinyl picture album, which is sold out, featuring a highlight: a new medley of “Amor Prohibido,” “Como La Flor,” and “Si Una Vez,” remixed by her brother, A.B. Quintanilla, and titled “Con Tanto Amor – Medley.”
While the limited edition 2-LP reissue is sold out on the shopselena.com official site, the album was showing as recently as today as being available via Amazon and other online retailers.
Here is the track list for Selena’s Ones:
A1: No Quiero Saber
A2: Baila Esta Cumbia
A3: Como La Flor
A4: La Carcacha
A5: Buenos Amigos (Feat. Alvaro Torres)
B1: No Debes Jugar
B2: La Llamada
B3: Amor Prohibido
B4: No Me Queda Más
B5: Fotos Y Recuerdos
B6: El Chico Del Apartmento 512
C1: Bidi Bidi Bom Bom
C2: Techno Cumbia
C3: Si Una Vez
C4: Donde Quiera Que Estés (Feat. Barrio Boyz)
C5: Tú, Solo Tú
D1: Siempre Hace Frío
D2: I Could Fall In Love
D3: Dreaming Of You
D4: Con Tanto Amor – Medley (Amor Prohibido / Si Una Vez / Como La Flor)
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