Erreway members Camila Bordonaba, Felipe Colombo, Luisana Lopilato and Benjamn Rojas made a successful Nuestro Tiempo tour to promote the album. Although "Te So" had been released as a single in 2002, before the release of the album, "Tiempo" was released as the lead single. "Ser de Dios", "Para Cosas Buenas", "Que Ests" and "Vas A Salvarte" were also released as singles.
"Tiempo" (Cris Morena, Carlos Nilson) 4:06
"Ser de Dios" (Cris Morena, Silvio Furmansky) 3:55
"Para Cosas Buenas" (Cris Morena, Carlos Nilson) 3:10
"Dije Adis" (Cris Morena, Silvio Furmansky) 4:09
"Me Da Igual" (Cris Morena, Carlos Nilson) 3:28
"Que Ests" (Cris Morena, Carlos Nilson) 3:29
"No Ests Seguro" (Cris Morena, Carlos Nilson) 3:13
"No Se Puede Ms" (Cris Morena, Carlos Nilson) 3:40
"Te So" (Cris Morena, Carlos Nilson) 3:00
"Invento" (Cris Morena, Carlos Nilson) 3:41
"Vas a Salvarte" (Cris Morena, Carlos Nilson) 3:18
"Vamos Al Ruedo" (Andrs Calamaro) 3:43
Camila Bordonaba vocals
Felipe Colombo vocals, guitar
Luisana Lopilato vocals
Benjamn Rojas vocals
Rebelde Way cast backing vocals
Mara Cristina de Gicomi, Carlos Nilson, Silvio Furmansky, Andrs Calamaro producing, composing and songwriting
Gustavo Novello, Cachorro Lpez producing
El Tiempo (Colombia), a Colombian newspaper
El Tiempo (Honduras), a Honduran newspaper
El Tiempo (Ecuador), an Ecuadorian newspaper
El Tiempo (Istanbul), a Turkish newspaper
El Tiempo (Anzotegui), a Venezuelan newspaper in Anzotegui state
El Tiempo (Trujillo), a Venezuelan newspaper in Trujillo state
El Tiempo (United States), a Spanish-language U.S. newspaper
El Tiempo (album), a 1994 album by Mexican singer Benny Ibarra
As a Guggenheim writing fellow in 1955, he submitted a collection of short stories, A Stream at Dalton Pass and Other Stories, for his Ph.D. in English at the University of Denver. This collection won a prize at the same time that his second novel, More Than Conquerors, won the first prize for the novel.
Tiempo and his wife studied with Paul Engle in the Iowa Writers' Workshop, graduating in 1962; their experience there inspired them to found the Silliman National Writers Workshop, the first in Asia, which has been in operation since then.
Tiempo was also a Rockefeller fellow. In addition to his career at Silliman, Tiempo taught fiction and literary criticism for four years in two American schools during the 1960s.