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Natalia Lafourcade is the first album by Mexican pop singer Natalia Lafourcade, released in 2002. It reached #1 on the Mexican Chart and gained a Mexican Certification of Platinum. The song "Mírame, Mírate" was used on the Mexican telenovela Clase 406.
This album received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album.
La Fuerza del Destino
La Fuerza del Destino is Fey's fifth studio album, released in December 2004. The album contains twelve tracks the popular Spanish band Mecano made famous in the 80s and early 90s.
The album's first single La Fuerza del Destino became the album's biggest hit, as it quickly topped the charts in Latin America and became No.1 in Mexico, Central America and Chile, as well as a top 5 hit in the world Latin charts. The album itself became No. 5 in Mexico and succeeded in positioning itself among the top 50 Latin albums in the United States, at #42.
The album was also nominated to a Latin Grammy for "Best Latin Pop Female Album" in 2005; but lost to "Escucha" by Italian singer Laura Pausini.
The album to date has sold more than 550,000 copies worldwide.
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La Calle De Las Sirenas
La Calle de las Sirenas was Kabah's second album and the band's most successful material. It was released in 1996. Most of the songs were written by the band members and Fitte, their personal manager, the album went straight to number one in Mexico and Argentina.
"La Calle de las Sirenas", was the lead single of the album, which was released in the spring of 1996 and peaked 10 consecutive weeks at the number one position on the Mexican Top 40 Charts, it also provided to the band their breakout single all around Hispanic-America; it also was Top 10 in Japan. It was the second biggest hit of the year in Mexico only behind of the smash teen-pop hit Azúcar amargo by Fey.
Then came in the same 1996 "Vive" and "Fuego de Gloria".
Their fourth single "Estaré" was released in December 1996, it also peaked at number one in Mexico and their fifth single "Amor de Estudiante" was released in January 1997, and became another number one hit for the band, which served as the main theme of the soap opera Mi Generación in that year; other singles included "Amor por Amor" and "Juntos". The members' look for this album was full of colors and energy directed.
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Los Momentos is the sixth studio album by Mexican recording artist Julieta Venegas, was released 19 March 2013 by Sony Music Mexico. The first single from Los Momentos is "Tuve para dar". This album features collaborations with Cecilia Bastida, Natalia Lafourcade, Ana Tijoux and Rubén Albarrán.
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Quedate feat. Luisafer
Afortunadamente No Eres Tu
Afortunadamente No Eres Tú is the second album by the Mexican singer Paty Cantú, released in 2010.
Sweet & Sour - Hot & Spicy
Sweet & Sour, Hot y Spicy is an album that was nominated for Best Alternative Music Album in the 2005 Latin Grammys.
Nadha (US Version)
Nadha is the third and final album of the Chilean pop/rock group Kudai before their disbandment in 2010. It was released in Latin America on May 13, 2008. The first single from the album, "Lejos De Aquí", was released on March 31, 2008. The name of the album, Nadha, is Sanskrit for "sound from the depths of the soul". This title was chosen to demonstrate the depth and sincerity of the album's songs.
The album was nominated for "Best Pop Album by Group or Duet" at the Latin Grammy Awards that was held at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas on 13 November.
Esta es mi vida
Jesse & Joy
Esta Es Mi Vida is the debut album by duo Jesse & Joy, consisting of siblings Jesse and Joy Huerta. The album was released by Warner Music Mexico on August 22, 2006. The album debuted at number 22 on Mexican Top 100 Album Chart and peaked at number 7. The Asociación Mexicana de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas certified the album as Platinum for selling more than 100,000 copies in Mexico. They promoted their album in Puerto Rico, Spain and Latin America.
Five singles were released from the album: "Espacio Sideral", "Ya No Quiero", "Volveré", "Llegaste Tú" and "Somos Lo Que Fue". "Espacio Sideral" reached the number 35 on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart, and was certified as Gold in Mexico by the AMPROFON. "Ya No Quiero" reached the number 40 in the Hot Latin Songs, while "Llegaste Tú" the number 32. An acoustic "sessions" version was released in March 2007, titled Esta Es Mi Vida Sesiones. It includes songs by Jesse & Joy and a cover of "Ironic" by Alanis Morissette. On August 29, 2007 the album received a Latin Grammy nomination for Best Pop Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals. In 2008 an extended play, titled Esto Es Lo Que Soy, was released.
No Sera Igual
See A Little Light
Mexican melodic rockers Volován deliver more of their catchy mix of '70s power pop and '80s college rock on Monitor. Sung entirely in Spanish, the group's third studio album is full of hooky chorus, driving beats and a handful of heartfelt ballads, all of which more often than not sound like a mix of Morrissey and Green Day with a bit of chamber pop icon Eric Matthews thrown in. These are superb nuggets of pop radio gold that make most of lead singer Chalo Galván's charming vocals and the band's overall post-punk aesthetic.
Recuento De Los Daños
Viento a Favor
Alejandra Guzmán 20 Años De Éxitos En Vivo Con Moderatto
20 Años de Éxitos En Vivo con Moderatto is the third live album by Mexican recording artist Alejandra Guzmán. It was released by EMI Latin on June 21, 2011 and features the participation of Moderatto as her backing band. Jay de la Cueva worked as producer of the album, which was recorded at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City on March 17, 2011. The album includes Guzmán's greatest hits, a song originally performed by Moderatto, and two newly recorded songs, including the theme song of the Mexican telenovela Una Familia con Suerte.
The album entered the top five in Mexico and the top twenty in the United States. To promote the album, a video for the song "Un Grito en la Noche", previously a single from Guzmán's album Eternamente Bella, was released in September 2011. The standard edition of the album in Mexico includes a DVD documentary about the recording sessions. 20 Años de Éxitos En Vivo con Moderatto received a platinum+gold certification in Mexico by the Asociación Mexicana de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas and garnered four nominations for the Premios Oye!, including Album of the Year.
Jenny And The Mexicats
Jenny And The Mexicats
Aquí y Ahora
Aprendiendo a Aprender
Paulina is the eponymous fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000 by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the second Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album", and "Best Song" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the video of her single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the third Latin Grammy Awards.
The album became the biggest-selling Spanish language record in the United States in 2001, according to Nielsen SoundScan sold 2.5 million copies worldwide by 2002 and to date sold three million copies worldwide which makes this album as Paulina's best-selling album to date. Paulina is one of the 10 best-selling albums in Mexico with multi-platinum certification.
Recuérdame Con Cartas y Algo Más... Los Éxitos (Deluxe Edition)
La Quinta Estación
Viaje de Copperpot
La Oreja de Van Gogh
El viaje de Copperpot is Spanish pop rock band La Oreja de Van Gogh's second studio album, issued by Sony Music Entertainment on September 11, 2000. It was the band's first album to feature a bonus track.
El viaje de Copperpot is the band's most successful album in Spain; it sold more than 1,300,000 copies and received a diamond certification. The album also catapulted the band's fame in Latin America going 3x Platinum in Mexico. Over 2,000,000 copies were sold worldwide. The album's title is inspired by Chester Copperpot, a scavenger in the film The Goonies.
It received generally favourable reviews from critics and produced eight Top 20 singles, including "Cuidate", "La Playa" and "Paris" which reached the No.1 spot on the Spain chart; as well as the hits "Mariposa" and "Soledad".
It is considered their best album to date and one of the best pop albums in Spanish.
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Primera Fila Sasha Benny Erik
Sasha, Benny y Erik
Rocanlover is the second studio album by the Mexican alternative rock band Zoé.
Released in 2003, it was produced by Phil Vinall, who had previously worked with the likes of Placebo, Elastica, and Pulp. This album counted with the main singles "Peace and Love", "Love", and "Veneno". By this point, their musical style was clearly defined and easily recognizable, as was their style of mixing Spanish and English in their lyrics.
Mi Día de la Independencia
Mi otro yo
Ha*Ash is the self-titled debut album by American duo Ha*Ash. It was officially released on May 11, 2003, under the label Sony Latin. It is the debut album of the sisters Hanna Nicole Pérez Mosa and Ashley Grace Pérez Mosa, and it was recorded between 2002 and 2003. The first single was Odio Amarte, launched in April 2003, which was put into the teen public in Mexico and became a hit on radio stations, this country hit was on presentations on major TV programs, as well as festivals radio. In July 2003 Estés en donde estés was chosen as the second single from the album which manages to place in the top spots on radio stations for that reason it is selected as the main theme of the novel “Clap... your dream” of Televisa, which with this get wider dissemination of their music. In February 2004, they released their third single Te quedaste, and with this they received their first gold record for more than 75,000 copies in Mexico. Subsequently, they released Si pruebas una vez and Soy mujer. In March 2004, Ha*Ash received a platinum record for sales of 140,000 copies, and they prepared to launch this material in Puerto Rico and the United States.
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