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Desperado: The Soundtrack
Desperado: The Soundtrack is the film score to Robert Rodriguez's Desperado. It was written and performed by the Los Angeles rock bands, Los Lobos and Tito & Tarantula, performing traditional Ranchera and Chicano rock music. Other artists on the soundtrack album include Dire Straits, Link Wray, Latin Playboys, and Carlos Santana. Musician Tito Larriva has a small role in the film, and his band, Tito & Tarantula, contributed to the soundtrack as well.
The album track "Mariachi Suite" by Los Lobos was awarded a Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Performance at the 1995 Grammy Awards.
Sueños Líquidos is the fifth studio album recorded by Mexican rock band Maná, It was released by WEA Latina on October 14, 1997. After its release for the first time in over 36 countries across the globe, the band began to receive heavy international attention, especially in Spain and the U.S., where the album sold in excess of 1,000,000 copies. This album was born of the desire to create an environment where water, a vital element, has an important presence. Because of this, the record was recorded in the coastal city of Puerto Vallarta, an important location in the creative atlas of Maná. Sueños Líquidos garnered Maná its first Grammy Award, for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Performance. The album was given a Premio Lo Nuestro award for "Pop Album of the Year" which was shared with Shakira for "¿Dónde están los ladrones?. It was released on DVD-Audio format in 2001.
Supernatural (Legacy Edition)
Supernatural is the eighteenth studio album by Latin rock band Santana, released on June 15, 1999 on Arista Records. After the group found themselves without a label in the mid-1990s, founding member and guitarist Carlos Santana began talks with Arista president Clive Davis, who first signed the group in 1969, which led to a new record deal. The pair collaborated with A&R man Pete Ganbarg on the production of Supernatural as Santana wanted to focus his musical direction towards pop and radio friendly material and proceeded to do so by collaborating with various contemporary guest artists, including Eric Clapton, Rob Thomas, Eagle-Eye Cherry, Lauryn Hill, Dave Matthews, Maná, KC Porter and Cee-Lo Green.
Supernatural became a significant commercial success worldwide. It reached No. 1 in eleven countries, including the US for 12 non-consecutive weeks where it is certified 15× Platinum. The first of six singles from the album, "Smooth" featuring Matchbox Twenty singer Rob Thomas, was a number one success worldwide and topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 12 weeks. The next, "Maria Maria", featuring The Product G&B, was number one in the US for 10 weeks.
Dónde jugarán los niños?
¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños? is the second studio album released by Mexican rock band Maná released in 1992. This album contained many of the hits that catapulted them to international fame and established them as one of the leading Latin rock acts of the 90's, including "Oye Mi Amor", "¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños?", "Vivir Sin Aire", "Te Llore Un Río", "Cómo te deseo" and "De pies a cabeza". The album has reached #4 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums Chart. Ulises Calleros was replaced by César "Vampiro" López. The band re-released this album with bonus remixes on February 15, 1994. Singer Mijares covered "Vivir sin Aire" in his 2009 Spanish album Vivir Así. "Oye Mi Amor" is one of the international songs included in the rhythm video game Rock Band 3.
Revolución De Amor
Revolución de Amor is the sixth studio album recorded by Mexican rock band Maná, It was released by WEA Latina on August 20, 2002. Allmusic considers it one of their strongest and most consistent albums. Critics of the band deride it for being too slick and polished, with an "arena rock" aura, but others consider it to have some of their strongest writing. The album gave Maná its fourth Grammy.
The songs have various influences; from Mexican elements on "Mariposa Traicionera" to a salsa-influenced groove on "No Voy A Ser Tu Esclavo" and "Sabanas Frías." "Ay, Doctor" is infused with the sounds of African ska. Musical guests featured Carlos Santana, Rubén Blades and Asdrubal Sierra performed on this record.
MTV Unplugged Música De Fondo (Deluxe)
MTV Unplugged: Música de fondo is the second live album recorded by Mexican alternative rock band Zoé. It was released on March 22, 2011, and it debuted at number one on the Mexican albums chart. The album features a selection of their greatest hits from their previews records as well as a new song, "Labios Rotos". Música de fondo was awarded the Latin Grammy award for "Best Alternative Music Album" on November 10, 2011.
The band is joined by Denise Gutierrez, vocalist of the Mexican alternative group Hello Seahorse!, who sings harmony and duets with León Larreguí on several songs and then sings the lead vocals on “Luna” late in the set. Mexican rock musician Chetes also accompanies the band on guitar and keyboard on various songs. Two additional celebrity guest performers sing duets with Larreguí during the set: Adrián Dargelos of the Argentine band Babasónicos, who sings on “Dead”, and Spanish rock singer Enrique Bunbury, who sings on “Nada”.
The Platinum Collection
Héroes Del Silencio
Donde Estan Los Ladrones (Bonus Tracks)
¿Dónde Están los Ladrones? is the fourth studio album by Colombian singer and songwriter Shakira, released on 29 September 1998 by Columbia Records and Sony Music Latin. After attaining success in Latin America with her major-label debut Pies Descalzos, Shakira met producer Emilio Estefan, who identified her potential to break into the US Latin market, and became her manager. As co-producer, Shakira enlisted previous collaborator Luis Fernando Ochoa along with Pablo Flores, Javier Garza, Lester Mendez, and Estefan, who executive produced the album. Its music incorporates Latin pop styles, additionally experimenting with rock en Español and Middle Eastern music sounds.
Upon its release, Dónde Están los Ladrones? received positive reviews from music critics, who praised its sound and lyrics, with one reviewer comparing Shakira to Alanis Morissette. Commercially, the album was a success, being certified in several regions including Shakira's native Colombia, where it was certified triple-platinum. Additionally, the album peaked at number 131 on the US Billboard 200, and topped the Top Latin and Latin Pop Albums charts.
Me Importa una Mierda
El Mundo Entero
Los Guerreros de la Musica
Corazon Espinado (feat. Mana)
Los Lonely Boys
Los Lonely Boys
Lobo-hombre en París
Entre dos tierras
Héroes del Silencio
Oye Mi Amor
Vivir Sin Aire
Los Lonely Boys
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