This Time (Los Lobos album)

This Time is the ninth studio album by Los Lobos, released on July 20, 1999 on Hollywood Records.

This Time
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 20, 1999[1]
StudioSunset Sound Factory, Hollywood, California
GenreRoots rock
Chicano rock
ProducerMitchell Froom, Tchad Blake, Los Lobos
Los Lobos chronology
Colossal Head
This Time
El Cancionero Mas y Mas
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic [2]
Rolling Stone [3]

Track listing

All tracks are written by David Hidalgo and Louie Pérez, except where noted.

1."This Time" 3:31
2."Oh Yeah"Cesar Rosas, Pérez3:44
3."Viking" 3:30
4."High Places" 4:21
5."Cumbia Raza"Rosas2:45
6."Run Away With You" 3:03
7."Corazõn" 4:05
8."Some Say, Some Do"Rosas, Pérez3:09
9."Turn Around" 3:45
10."La Playa" 3:12
11."Why We Wish" 2:53


On the liner notes, the specific contributions of the members of Los Lobos are not mentioned, but are assumed to be the "usual," as noted below. Other personnel are credited as described below.

Los Lobos
Additional musicians
  • Pete Thomas – drums on all tracks except "Corazõn," "Cumbia Raza," and "This Time"
  • Alex Acuña – drums and percussion on "Corazõn" and "Cumbia Raza"
  • Aaron Ballesteros – drums on "This Time"
  • Victor Bisetti – percussion
  • Mitchell Froom – additional keyboards
  • Mitchell Froom – producer
  • Tchad Blake – producer, engineer, mixing
  • Los Lobos – producer
  • John Paterno – engineer
  • Husky S. Hoskulds – engineer
  • Howard Willing – assistant engineer
  • Josh Turner – assistant engineer
  • Joe Zook – assistant engineer
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • John Heiden – art direction
  • Jeri Heiden – art direction
  • Louie Pérez – art direction, Polaroid photography, art
  • Clay Patrick McBride – band photography, collages

Billboard charts

Chart Peak
US Billboard 200135


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