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Coco (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
El Mal Querer
El mal querer is the second studio album by Spanish singer Rosalía, released on 2 November 2018 through Sony Music. The album was written by Rosalía and co-produced with El Guincho.
Presented as experimental and conceptual, revolving around a toxic relationship, the album was inspired by the anonymous 13th-century Occitan novel Flamenca.
Promotion prior to the album release encompassed the release of four singles: "Malamente", "Pienso en tu mirá"—both accompanied by viral videos due to their elaborate aesthetics and poetic symbolism—"Di mi nombre", and "Bagdad". Other promotional initiatives included the display of a billboard on Times Square, as well as live performances at several Spanish festivals, the 2018 MTV Europe Music Awards and the Latin Grammy Awards.
The album received critical acclaim for its experimental production, the use of flamenco elements and Rosalía's vocals. It became a commercial success reaching the top of the Spanish Charts and the US Billboard Latin Pop Albums Chart. Following the release of the album, the first four singles were in the top ten of the Spanish Singles Chart at the same time, with "Di mi nombre" becoming her first number-one single.
Best of Gipsy Kings
The Best of the Gipsy Kings is an album from the band Gipsy Kings. It was released on March 28, 1995 in the US.
A compilation of previous albums, which also includes a live release of "La Dona", "Galaxia" and "Vamos a Bailar" and the popular party Medley.
It also includes the new song "A Tu Vera" in an acoustic tone. That song will only be re-released as a re-recorded version on the album Estrellas and its American version Tierra Gitana.
Greatest Hits which was released a year prior for European audience is a very similar compilation with a different song order and the replacement of "Viento Del Arena", "Quiero Saber", "Montaña", "Trista Pena", "Love & Liberté" and "A Tu Vera" by "Pida Me La", "A Mi Manera", "Tu Quieres Volver", "Soy", "La Quiero" and "Allegria". Also "La Dona" and "Galaxia" on this album are the live versions while the ones on Greatest Hits are studio versions. The song "Escucha Me" is also slightly different.
With over 1.5 million sales, as of October 2017, The Best of the Gipsy Kings is the third bestselling Latin album in the US.
Gipsy Kings is the third album by the French Rumba Catalana band Gipsy Kings, which was released in 1987. The album was their first to reach a worldwide audience, going gold across France, the UK, USA and other countries. The US and European versions of this album are identical except in some cases the song order may differ. The Japanese version released in 1995 includes an alternate version of "Vamos A Bailar" from their latest albums. The song "Inspiration" from this album famously appeared in the season five episode of Miami Vice, "World Of Trouble", in June 1988.
Trans-Continental Hustle is the fifth album by gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello, released on April 27, 2010. Produced by Rick Rubin, Trans-Continental Hustle primarily draws inspiration from frontman Eugene Hütz's life in Brazil, where he had been living since 2008. This album is Gogol Bordello's major record label debut. The collaboration with Rubin was initiated after guitarist Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine saw Gogol Bordello perform in Los Angeles and recommended that Rubin look into the band. "Immigraniada", the fifth track on the album, has received heavy airplay on Sirius XM Radio's Faction Channel 41 as well as other genre stations. At least two of Faction's shows have played the single, including Faction's The Jason Ellis Show and Faction with Christian James Hand.
En attendant Noël
Mina & Ivano Fossati
Mina Fossati is the upcoming duet studio album by Italian singer Mina and Ivano Fossati. The album will be published next 22 November 2019 by Sony Music Italy and PDU. It will contains 11 songs written by Fossati and sung in duet by the two artists. Deluxe edition will contain two version of "Settembre", the original singed by Fossati, and a new interpretation by Mina.
!Volare! The Very Best of the Gipsy Kings
El Deseo del Mundo
Acústicos de Espuma (Acústico en Directo)
Cristina de Sousa
Incantesimo (feat. Black Widow)
Io e te
Breaking into Pieces
La Riippa Group
Un Poco Loco
Hotel California (Spanish Mix)
Remember Me (Lullaby)
Gael García Bernal
Time To Say Goodbye (Con Te Partirò)
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