La Quinta Estacion’s New Single Released to Radio Today!

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‘ME DUELES’, A NEW SONG BY SPANISH POP GROUP LA QUINTA ESTACIÓN,
WILL HIT RADIO STATIONS THIS MONDAY, OCTOBER 26!

THE TRACK, THE THIRD SINGLE FROM THE HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL
ALBUM ‘SIN FRENOS’, WILL BE RELEASED SIMULTANEOUSLY
IN THE U.S., MEXICO AND ALL OF LATIN AMERICA

CURRENTLY, THE MEMBERS OF LA QUINTA ESTACIÓN
ARE ON A TOUR THAT WILL TAKE THEM TO THE
2009 LATIN GRAMMY AWARDS SHOW IN LAS VEGAS ON NOVEMBER 4

Miami, FL (October 26, 2009) – Unstoppable and at all speed. That’s how one can describe the colossal success of Sin Frenos, the latest CD by Mexico-based popular Spanish duo La Quinta Estación.

After the release of the singles Que te quería and Recuérdame, La Quinta Estación now have a new song, Me Dueles, which will hit radio stations in the U.S., Mexico and all of Latin America on October 26.

Me Dueles, a ranchera-style song written by Natalia and by composer Armando Ávila de la Fuente, is the perfect vehicle for Natalia to exhibit all the strength and feeling that only she can transmit to a track.

The success of the group’s fourth album – Sin Frenos made its debut in March at no. 1 in the Billboard Latin Album Chart, while the song Que te quería remained in the top spot of the Billboard Hot Latin Track for over 10 weeks – has La Quinta Estación on a concert tour that will visit Los Angeles on October 29; Las Vegas, November 1st.; Miami, November 13; Orlando the 14th; and Chicago the 20th of the month.

For more information on La Quinta Estación, please visit http://www.laquintaestacion.com.mx or http://www.youtube.com/laquintaestacion

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