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Entre Tu Y Mil Mares
Tra te e il mare is the sixth studio album by Italian singer-songwriter Laura Pausini. It was released in Italy on 15 September 2000 by CGD East West Records. As of January 2001, the album sold 400,000 copies in Italy, peaking at number 2 on the Italian Albums Chart.
The Spanish-language version of the album, titled Entre tú y mil mares, was released for the hispanophone market on 11 September 2000. It was nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Album and Best Engineered Album at the 2nd Latin Grammy Awards, while its producers were nominated for Producer of the Year.
The album has sold 4,000,000 copies worldwide.
In late 2011, a song named "Sonambula" was leaked in the internet. After some polemics claiming that the song was from Pausini's yet to be released album, Pausini confirmed that the 30-second snippet was indeed a demo from "Entre tú y mil mares" that didn't make it to the final cut.
The track "Per Vivere" was written by Pausini after she went to Rio de Janeiro in early 1997 and saw many children on the street. Since the same year, Pausini makes money donations to the Romão de Matos Duarte institution.
111 (Ciento Once)
111 Centoundici is Tiziano Ferro's second studio album, released in late 2003.
The album was a tremendous success in Italy, topping the Italian Album Chart and selling over 450,000 copies, surpassing the success of previous album, Rosso Relativo, in the country. The Spanish version of the album, 111 Ciento once, was also released the same year and helped the album sell over one million copies around the world, further cementing Ferro as a well-recognized international pop and R&B artist.
The album sold well due to the popularity of the first single "Xverso", but when single "Sere nere" was released the album increased in sales much faster, thanks to the song reaching #1 in the airplay charts of Italy and Mexico.
Rosa Sin Espinas
Paolo Meneguzzi, Marcos Llunas
A Medio Vivir
A Medio Vivir is the third studio album by the Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin. It was released on September 12, 1995.
A Tribute to Laura Pausini
Studio Sound Group
Exclusive Ricchi E Poveri - 15 Exitos
Ricchi E Poveri
Colección definitiva (Deluxe)
Sincero is the 11th studio album recorded by Puerto Rican performer Chayanne. It was released by Sony Music Latin and Columbia Records on August 26, 2003. This album became his second number-one set on the Billboard Top Latin Albums and received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album in the 46th Annual Grammy Awards on February 8, 2004, losing to No Es lo Mismo by Alejandro Sanz.
Concierto Para Margarita
Azul is the seventh studio album recorded by Mexican singer-songwriter Cristian Castro. It was released by BMG U.S. Latin on June 5, 2001. It was produced again by Colombian songwriter and record producer Kike Santander working last album from Cristian's Mi Vida Sin Tu Amor. It was nominated Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album in the 44th Annual Grammy Awards on February 27, 2002. The title track, "Azul", topped the Latin charts.
Entre Tus Brazos
Entre tus brazos is the eighth studio album recorded by Mexican performer Alejandro Fernández, It was released by Sony Music Mexico on April 25, 2000 again in collaboration with the famous producer Emilio Estefan, Jr. and Kike Santander, co-produced by Jorge Calandrelli, Randall M. Barlow and George Noriega. This album marks the debut of Alejandro Fernández as a composer with the song "Entre Tus Brazos". He shoot videos for the songs "Quiéreme", "Háblame" and "Quisiera".
The singer received a nomination Latin Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance in the 1st Annual Latin Grammy Awards, on Wednesday, September 13, 2000, losing to Luis Miguel's "Tú Mirada".
Hasta el Final
Lunas Rotas is the debut album of Spanish singer and composer Rosana Arbelo.
The title track and the song "El Talismán" were used in the soundtrack of the 1996 movie Curdled. Billboard noted: "An accomplished pianist and guitarist, Rosana Arbelo's extraordinary voice gives Lunas Rotas an intimate quality. […] Gypsy flamenco-pop sisters Azúcar Moreno are among those who have recorded her songs, and like that of Azúcar Moreno, Arbelo's music has a distinct Caribbean and Latin influence".
As of September 2016, Lunas Rotas was ranked joint 7th in the list of best-selling albums in Spain; it had certified physical sales of 1,100,000 according to Productores de Música de España.
Las #1 De Ricardo Montaner
Serie Cinco Estrellas
Franco De Vita En Primera Fila Y Mas
Franco de Vita
En Primera Fila is the third live album by Venezuelan recording artist Franco De Vita. It was released by Sony Music on May 31, 2011, after a three-year gap since the release of De Vita's last studio album. De Vita worked as producer with David Cabrera. The album is part of the live albums series entitled Primera Fila, promoted by the record label and including De Vita's greatest hits on re-worked versions and new songs.
The album features collaborations by several performers, including Leonel García, Alejandra Guzmán, Debi Nova, Gilberto Santa Rosa, and Noel Schajris, among others. En Primera Fila entered the top five in Mexico and the United States. The first single, "Tan Sólo Tú", performed by De Vita and Guzmán, reached Top 20 at the Billboard Top Latin Songs. Francamente, a DVD documentary about the recording sessions, is included on the standard edition of the album. De Vita was awarded the Best Male Pop Vocal Album at the 12th Latin Grammy Awards for En Primera Fila.
Luis Miguel Edicion de Lujo
Luis Miguel is the self-titled nineteenth studio album released worldwide by Mexican pop singer Luis Miguel on September 14, 2010. This album celebrates the singer's 30 years in music.
Thalía En Primera Fila... Un Año Después
Primera Fila is the first live album by Mexican singer-songwriter Thalía. The album was recorded in Miami, Florida at the BankUnited Center on July 29 and 30, 2009, with a selected audience to attend the concert. Primera Fila is Thalia's first project under the Sony Music label.
The album was released on 1 December 2009 in the United States and Latin America; in Europe and Asia it was released in April 2010. It includes duets with multi Grammy Award-winning Mexican singer and songwriter Joan Sebastian and the Puerto Rican musician Pedro Capó. It comprises mostly new songs but also includes a medley of four of her hits.
As of September 2012, Primera Fila had sold near 1 million copies worldwide, an accomplishment for a Spanish-language album nowadays.
La 5a Estación
Acústico is a studio album/DVD combination from Spanish/Mexican pop rock group La 5ª Estación. The album features acoustic renditions of songs that were originally recorded on the band's first two albums, Primera Toma and Flores De Alquiler.
Quién Dijo Ayer
Quién Dijo Ayer is a compilation album released by Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona on 21 August 2007. Dan Warner and Lee Levin co-produced the album with Arjona and Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Tommy Torres. It was recorded in the United States, Mexico, Italy and Argentina, and is the last album Arjona released under the Sony Music Entertainment label before signing with Warner Music Group. It is Arjona's first compilation to include new material in the form of re-recorded versions of past hits in different musical genres from the original recordings, featuring guest artists such as Marc Anthony, Marta Sánchez and Mexican ska band Panteón Rococó, among others.
Critically and commercially successful, Quién Dijo Ayer topped the US Billboard Latin Pop Albums chart and reached number two on the Top Latin Albums chart. The album became a hit in Latin America, topping the Mexican albums chart and receiving gold and Platinum certifications in several countries including the United States. The album spawned two commercially successful singles, "Quién", which reached number four on the Billboard Latin Pop Songs chart, and "Quiero", which reached number eight.
Mi Tierra is the third studio album by Cuban-American recording artist Gloria Estefan, released on June 22, 1993 by Epic Records. Produced by husband Emilio Estefan, it is her first Spanish-language album and pays homage to her Cuban roots. The album features Cuban musical genres, including boleros, danzan and son music. Recorded at Crescent Moon Studios in Miami, Florida, Mi Tierra features notable Latin musicians such as Tito Puente, Arturo Sandoval, Cachao López, Chamin Correa and Paquito D'Rivera.
The album was an international success, selling eight million copies worldwide as of 2006. In the United States it was the first record to reach number one on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart, and peaked at number twenty-seven on the Billboard 200 chart. Mi Tierra has sold over one million copies in the US and Spain. The album received favorable reviews from critics, who praised the album's production, songs and Estefan's vocals. Its success won the singer a Grammy Award for Best Tropical Latin Album. Mi Tierra spawned seven singles: "Mi Tierra", "Con Los Años Que Me Quedan", "Tradición", "Montuno", "¡Sí Señor!...", "Mi Buen Amor" and "Ayer".
Sesiones Intimas is an album that won the award for Best Singer-Songwriter Album in the 2011 Latin Grammys.
Il Giorno Perfetto
The Best of Umberto Tozzi
Dietro Le Apparenze
Los de la Década
Amar Sin Mentiras
Amar Sin Mentiras is the seventh studio album recorded by American singer-songwriter Marc Anthony. It was released by Sony Music Latin and Columbia Records en June 8, 2004. The album was produced by Colombian singer-songwriter Estéfano. It also features the vocals of Jennifer López. It won Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album at 47th Annual Grammy Awards on February 13, 2005. "¿Ahora Quién?" reached #1 on Hot Latin Tracks in 2004.
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Me Cuesta Tanto Olvidarte
Quizás is the sixth studio album and fourth full-Spanish-language album recorded by Spanish singer-songwriter Enrique Iglesias. The album was released by Universal Music Latino on September 17, 2002. Quizás was Iglesias first album in Spanish in four years, his last being Cosas del Amor back in 1998, this was also his last full-length Spanish album of his career as his next albums would be English and bilingual exclusively. The album has a fragile and delicate sound compared to his previous three Spanish albums, which were based on pop songs with light rock instrumentation and consists mainly of middle of the road Latin pop ballads. It is his most personal release to date as it deals with topics such as the strange relationship with his father singer Julio Iglesias and other personal dilemmas. Enrique Iglesias singer won the Latin Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Album at the 4th Annual Latin Grammy Awards on September 3, 2003.
La Oreja De Van Gogh En Directo
La Oreja De Van Gogh
Noelia is the eponymous debut album of Puerto Rican singer Noelia. The album was released in 1999 and peaked at #7 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums.
The album produced the hit single "Tú", which was written by popular songwriter Estéfano. The song peaked at #5 on Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks.
Indeleble is the eleventh studio album released by Mexican singer Alejandra Guzmán. The album was produced by Loris Ceroni and features songs written by Mario Domm, lead singer of the Mexican group Camila and Kalimba.
It is one of the best-reviewed albums on Guzman's career and also is the responsible for bringing her back to the top of the charts in Mexico. The album won the Best Album prize at the Oye Awards in Mexico. Also received two nominations for the Latin Grammy Awards of 2006 for Best Rock Solo Performance and Best Rock Song for the first single "Volverte a Amar", losing both to Gustavo Cerati.
The album yielded a second single, "Quiero Estar Contigo" and the track "Necesito Amarme" was featured on the Mexican film "Así del Precipicio".
It reached platinum status in Mexico peaking at #1 in the charts. Also peaked at #21 on the Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart and #22 on the Heatseekers survey.
La Vida Es Un Ratico
La Vida... Es Un Ratico is the second live album of Colombian singer Juanes. It was released on November 18, 2008 through Universal Music Latino.
Para Estar Contigo
Falta Amor is the first studio album under the WEA Latina label, by Latin American Mexican rock band Maná. After being unhappy with the direction Polygram was taking them, they released this album in 1989, but did not become a hit until the following year. This album gained commercial success once Maná's first hit single, "Rayando El Sol" hit radio stations. Other songs that gained critical acclaim were: "Buscándola" and "Perdido En Un Barco". They began to tour, performing more than 250 times in Mexico, and abroad in Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia.
Ragazza di Periferia
Ragazza di periferia is the second album from Italian singer Anna Tatangelo. The album was re-released in March 2006 with two new tracks: "Essere una donna" and "Colpo di fulmine".
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