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Rodrigo y Gabriela
Rodrigo y Gabriela
Rodrigo y Gabriela is the second studio album by Mexican musical duo Rodrigo y Gabriela. It was first released in Ireland on February 17, 2006, where it debuted at #1 on the Irish Albums Chart. The album included covers of Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" and Metallica's "Orion", two artists who the duo say influenced their music.
Their album was subsequently certified platinum in Ireland.
The Japanese version of the album has an extra track, named "Señorita Xxx".
Dónde Jugarán Las Niñas: 10th Anniversary Edition
¿Dónde Jugarán las Niñas? is the first studio album by Mexican rock band Molotov, released in 1997 by Polygram Records Latino. The album's title, literally "Where Will The Girls Play?", is a pun on Maná's ¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños? and is also intended as a sexual double-entendre underpinned by the risqué cover featuring a young woman's legs seductively displayed in school uniform.
The album's opening track, "Que no te haga bobo Jacobo", refers to Jacobo Zabludovsky, newscaster of Televisa who is portrayed in the song as being biased and unreliable.
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
11:11 is the third studio album by Mexican guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela. It was released on independent label Rubyworks around the world from 2 to 8 September 2009. It guest stars Strunz & Farah on the song "Master Maqui" and Alex Skolnick on the song "Atman". The song "Buster Voodoo" was performed by the band on The Tonight Show hosted by Conan O'Brien on Thursday, 1 October 2009 and on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on Wednesday, 28 October 2009. Each song on the album is a tribute to an artist that has inspired both Rodrigo and Gabriela.
The song "Santo Domingo" was chosen as the Starbucks iTunes Pick of the Week for 10 November 2009.
Multi_Viral is the fifth studio album from Puerto Rican band Calle 13, released on March 1, 2014. It marks the band's debut release via their new independent label, El Abismo, since they parted ways with Sony Music Latin.
Próxima Estación: Esperanza
Próxima Estación: Esperanza is an album by Manu Chao. It was released in Europe in 2001. It was released in the United States on 5 June 2001 on Virgin Records. Chao and others sing in Arabic, English, French, Galician, Portuguese and Spanish on this album. The backing track to "Homens", a tight rap about various kinds of men, written and performed by Brazilian journalist Valeria dos Santos Costa, is identical to the backing track for "Bongo Bong", Chao's successful single from four years earlier; however, in the short documentary film Infinita tristeza, Chao stated that "Homens" was the song for which the well-known backing track was originally recorded. The final song on the album, "Infinita Tristeza", does not contain any vocals by Chao, but it consists of the same backing track as "Me Gustas Tú", over which several samples and soundbites are layered; most of them come from a cartoon-based TV documentary film about pregnancy and childbirth, produced in 1977 by TVE and aimed at children. A number of voice samples from the documentary are looped and repeated throughout the track in Chao's typical fragmented style.
9 Dead Alive
Rodrigo y Gabriela
9 Dead Alive is the fourth studio album by Mexican guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela released on April 25, 2014 in Ireland and on April 29, 2014 internationally. According to their Twitter, "each track is a personal celebration of individuals who have passed on, but through their deeds and words still resonate in the 21st century", and is said to be a more rock-focused album compared to their Latin-focused material of the past. Its first single is "The Soundmaker", which is inspired by Spanish guitarist Antonio de Torres Jurado.
Un Día Normal
Un Día Normal is the second studio album recorded by Colombian singer-songwriter Juanes, It was released by Universal Music Latino on May 21, 2002.
Dejarte De Amar
Dejarte de Amar is the second studio album recorded by Mexican pop/rock band Camila, It was released by Sony Music Latin on February 9, 2010 Produced by band leader Mario Domm and mostly written by Domm and Mónica Velez, the album became a success in the United States and Mexico. The album was certified Disco Platino in the United States by the RIAA and 4x Platinum in Mexico by AMPROFON. It was recorded in Mexico at Mamita Studio with theme about love, loneliness and lies. The album spawned three singles: "Mientes", "Aléjate de Mi", and "Bésame", all of which reached number-one on the Billboard Latin Pop Airplay chart. The album received generally positive reviews for its arrangements and compositions.
The album reached number-one on the Billboard Top Latin Albums and Latin Pop Albums in the United States and number-one on the Mexican Albums Chart. It received a Latin Grammy award for Best Pop Vocal Album by a Duo or Group and a nomination for Album of the Year. The lead single, "Mientes", received two Latin Grammy awards for Song of the Year and Record of the Year. The album is currently nominated a Lo Nuestro award for "Latin Pop Album of the Year".
Entren Los Que Quieran
Entren Los Que Quieran is the fourth studio album by Puerto Rican band Calle 13, released on November 22, 2010. Recorded in the wake of controversial events surrounding the group, the album contains more political lyrical themes not discussed on previous Calle 13 releases. It also expands upon the musical experimentation demonstrated in the group's albums Residente o Visitante and Los de Atrás Vienen Conmigo. The record's compositions feature various musical styles, including rock, ska, merengue, reggaeton, and Bollywood music.
The album received generally positive reviews from critics, who praised the record's diverse musical experimentation. Entren Los Que Quieran impacted several charts internationally, peaking at number six on the Billboard Latin Albums chart and number 25 on the Billboard Rap Albums chart. The record spawned seven singles, including "Latinoamérica", which reached the top ten of both the Billboard Latin Digital Songs and Latin Rhythm Digital Songs charts. The record won a total of nine Latin Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year. It was also nominated for a Grammy in the Best Latin, Pop, Rock or Urban Album category at the 2012 Grammys.
Entre Tus Brazos
We Are Wolves
El Otro Yo
TV Intro or Video Game Outro
Video Game Country
Hombre, volcán, ciudad
No da para más
A Dios Le Pido
Come with me now
Return of the Tres
Nunca Es Suficiente
Eres para Mí
Matador (Remasterizado 2008)
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
Limón y Sal
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