When Selena joined EMI Latin they had her re-record a lot of her more popular songs because the other labels owned the recordings so these aren't the original versions, they updated the music a little for each song as well.
A compilation released in Mexico and other Latin American countries, containing a mix of previously recorded songs, Baila Esta Cumbia was the first song she released that got attention in Mexico so they named the album after it to get more attention.
Mis Mejores Canciones 17 Super Exitos- August 1993
Another Mexico release, this album is more Tejano songs and less cumbia. Norteno music was very popular in Mexico and they were marketing these songs as apart of that, Tejano is similar to Norteno music, A lot of times they are called Onda Grupera (because groups are playing not just a pop singer)
Selena's biggest album. She knocked Gloria Estefan's "Mi Tierra" out of the #1 position with this album. "No Me Queda Mas" was originally more of a mariachi song and was changed out after the initial press with the more pop ballad version to appeal to the pop stations. It became her biggest #1 hit.
A compilation album of some of her more popular songs
Selena, Barrio Boyzz – 10 Super Exitos- 1994
Dondequiera Que Estes - Duet Como La Flor - Selena Te Amare - Barrio Boyzz No Debes Jugar - Selena Una Noche de Amor - Barrio Boyzz La Carcacha - Selena Muy Suavemente - Barrio Boyzz Amor Prohibido - Selena Cerca De Ti - Barrio Boyzz La Llamada - Selena
Released posthumously, This album contains 5 original songs intended for her album and 2 recorded for the soundtrack for the movie Don Juan Demarco. Also contains remixes of some of her hits in Spanish including a Spanglish version of "Donde Quiere Que Estes" where Selena's original Spanish vocals are used and the Barrio Boyzz sing their part mostly in English. At the time this album set a record for the fastest-selling female album. The Amor Prohibido and Como La Flor remix are really just the same songs with slightly different music, A.B. said that they represent more of how they were playing them live than how they were recorded but a lot of people can't tell the difference. They haven't been included on any other album since.
This album has been released with different covers and also with the name Exitos del Recuerdos, the one with the flower shirt pic cover has a misspelling on the back it says, Come la Flor instead of Como La Flor, hahaa. Because it's frequently repackaged I am not including it every time on my lists of albums, it's just a compilation.
The movie soundtrack contains some unreleased songs, as well as a remix of some of her Spanish hits live, and 3 songs from the movie. The song Vivirás Selena was recorded by, Los Barrio Boyzz, Emilio Navira, Pete Astudillo, Jennifer Penña and Graciela Beltran as a tribute to her.
This is a true fans must album. It has remixes of older songs that are really cool. They take the Tejano style songs and put it with pop or cumbia or mariachi and create a whole new song out of it. This was a great idea from her label. It also includes written liners about each song and its creation. Very cool insight into Selenas World!
A compilation album of some of her more popular songs along with the original versions of "No Me Queda Más" which was hard to find previously. A limited-edition version of this album came with a pin that had Selena's name and a rose.