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    14 Grandes Exitos

    • Year Released: 1989
    14 Grandes Exitos, is a greatest hits album, released in 1989 by label EMI Music with songs recorded by Mexican singer Luis Miguel.
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    20 Años

    • Year Released: 1990
    20 Años is an album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel released in 1990. The album was produced by Juan Carlos Calderón, who had worked on the two previous albums by Luis Miguel, and was a massive success across Latin-America, Spain, and with Hispanic listeners in the United States. Almost all the tracks of the album were played on the radio, nevertheless, the official singles released were: "Entrégate", "Tengo Todo Excepto a Tí", "Amante del Amor", "Hoy El Aire Huele a Tí" and "Será Que No Me Amas". It received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album. This album was the album that confirm the success that Luis Miguel had reached with his last album Busca Una Mujer. The album broke the record of more copies in one weekend only in Mexico (600,000 copies during the release weekend). "Será Que No Me Amas" had an "official choreography" that remains popular in Mexico to date.
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    30 Éxitos Insuperables

    • Year Released: 2003
    30 Exitos Insuperables, is another collection released by EMI Latin, with songs recorded by Mexican singer Luis Miguel through the first five years of his musical career. It was released on May 6, 2003.
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    33

    • Year Released: 2003
    33 is the eleventh studio album by Mexican singer-producer Luís Miguel, released by WEA Latina on September 30, 2003. It sold over 4 million of copies worldwide. Though the album did not surface well on the Billboard 200, peaking at #43. The album garnered Luis Miguel one Latin Grammy Nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Album. It also received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album. 33 Tour started on October 2003 and ended on October 2004.
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    Amándote A La Italiana

    • Year Released: 1986
    The release of Amándote A La Italiana was meant to compile Luis Miguel's recordings in the Italian language. This album was originally released in 1985 under the name of Luis Miguel: Canta In Italiano, and in 1992, was re-released also as Collezione Privata (Private Collection). In countries like Argentina, Chile and Italy this album is also known as Noi, Ragazzi di Oggi (We, the boys of today)
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    Amarte Es Un Placer

    • Year Released: 1999
    Amarte es un Placer (English: "Loving You is a Pleasure") is an album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. It was released on September 14, 1999. With this album the artist won three Latin Grammy Awards in 2000 (Album of the Year, Best Pop Album and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for the track "Tu Mirada"). It also received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album. Amarte Es Un Placer Tour was performed between September 1999 and May 2000. It was the highest grossing tour ever made by a Latin artist (broken by another tour of Luis Miguel, Mexico En La Piel Tour). A curious date of this tour, is that the first show of the tour was before the official release of the album, and before the second show, he officially released his album, doing the presentation in Spain, when he, the next day, would continue the tour.
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    America & En Vivo

    • Year Released: 1992
    América & En Vivo is an EP album by Mexican superstar Luis Miguel released in 1992. The only new track was the single "America, America", which spent 4 weeks at #1 in Mexico and peaked at #20 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks Chart. The rest of the tracks were the first three singles released from Romance (the artist previous album) and were recorded live during a concert in the National Auditorium in Mexico City. The EP peaked at #30 on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart.
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    Aries

    • Year Released: 1993
    Aries is an album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel released in 1993. The album was produced by Luis Miguel, Emilio Castillo, Rudy Pérez and Kiko Cibrian. With sales of over 4 million the album proved to be one of the singer's most successful albums. At the 1994 Grammy Awards the album won the Best Latin Pop Album field, beating María Conchita Alonso, Vikki Carr, José Feliciano and Las Triplets. The album was also awarded "Pop Album of the Year" at the 1994 Premio Lo Nuestro awards. The first single released was "Ayer", with a very big promotional campaign behind it. The singer shot three different versions for the video (directed by Benny Corral, Gustavo Garzón and Kiko Guerrero) and they were premiered on "Siempre en Domingo" (a very well known variety show in Latin-America) for three consecutive weekends. The single became another number one smash for the singer in Mexico and USA. "Hasta Que Me Olvides" was released as the second single and was also a #1 hit (both Mexico and US). No video was made for the single release. Singer Mijares covered it in his 2009 Spanish album Vivir Así. "Suave" was the third single. The video was directed by Kiko Guerrero. The single was the third
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    Busca Una Mujer

    • Year Released: 1988
    Busca una mujer, or commonly known as Un Hombre Busca Una Mujer, is an album by superstar Luis Miguel. It was produced by Juan Carlos Calderón, and released in 1988, as the second album released with Warner Music. The first single (and most successful) was "La Incondicional" which spent seven months on the Top Ten of many charts in Latin-America. The success of this single almost overshadowed the rest of the singles released from the album ("Fría Como El Viento", "Culpable O No (Mienteme Como Siempre)", "Un Hombre Busca Una Mujer", "Esa Niña", "Por Favor Señora" and "Separados"). The video for the single "La Incondicional" was directed by Pedro Torres, and was one of the first super-productions presented in Mexico. The story was about a man who serve for the Army in his country, and separates from the love of his life. The video was a little shocking for the fans because Luis Miguel's look at the time was a semi-long hair, and in the video he has with a military look with very short hair. He eventually regrew his hair for the video of his second single, "Fria Como El Viento". By the end of 1989, he cut his hair after the videoclip got heavy runtime in television and in preparation
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    Cómplices

    • Year Released: 2008
    Cómplices is a studio album released by Mexican pop singer Luis Miguel. The album was released worldwide on May 6, 2008. It is one of the most highly anticipated projects by the artist. The first rumors about this disc was that it was going to be a duet album, but it was not until March of that same year that the first details of the album were released. For this album, the singer received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Latin Pop Vocal Album. This was rumored as a duet album (like Papito by Spanish singer Miguel Bosé). But in early March, the first official details from the album were released. In this report that the label made public, the first promotional picture was shown, and that it would be an album with all new songs. It was also revealed that Manuel Alejandro participated in the production and composition. However, on April 1 of the same year, new details were mentioned. The name Cómplices was made official name for the album, revealing that the release date will be May 6. Also, a radio station on United States played what is seem to be the actual single. It was played in a very popular Latin radio show. And again, the piracy made that the song was made to be found
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    Decídete

    • Year Released: 1983
    Decídete is the third album released by Mexican singer Luis Miguel Gallego Basteri. It was released in 1983.
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    Directo Al Corazón

    • Year Released: 1982
    Directo al corazón is the second album released by Mexican singer Luis Miguel and was released in 1982.
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    El Concierto

    • Year Released: 1995
    El Concierto is the first live album recorded by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. The album was recorded in August 1994 during the promotional tour of the album Segundo Romance and included three Mexican standards composed by José Alfredo Jiménez (and recorded for the first time by the artist with mariachi): "Si Nos Dejan", "Amanecí En Tus Brazos" and "El Rey". The album won in the Best Album category at the Eres Magazine awards in 1995. Disc One Disc Two
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    Fiebre de Amor

    Fiebre de Amor

    • Year Released: 1985
    Fiebre de Amor is a soundtrack album from the mexican movie of fhe same title. It was released in 1985 on the EMI Capitol label. Mostly is performed by Luis Miguel with a few interventions from Lucero, the two were a couple on the motion picture (and some say that the romance translate to real life). The album was produced by Luis Rey.
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    Grandes Éxitos (disc 1)

    • Year Released: 2005
    Grandes Exitos is the first greatest hits collection released from Mexican singer Luis Miguel under the Warner Music label. It was released on November 22, 2005. As expected, many of the artist's singles were not included, but two new songs were: "Misterios del Amor" (#29 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks) and "Si Te Perdiera" (#47 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks). DVD #1 Track listing DVD #2 Track listing
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    Luis Miguel

    • Year Released: 2010
    Luis Miguel is a self-titled studio album released worldwide by Mexican pop singer Luis Miguel on September 14, 2010. This album celebrates the singer's 30 years in music. This is the first studio album of the artist since Cómplices, and the first time that Luis Miguel releases two studio albums in a row since 1990. There were rumours of the possible title of this album since March, but neither the name or the new album were confirmed by the artist of by Warner Music. But, on July 26, there were reports that mentioned that the album would be released between August and September, and that the title of the album and the main single would be Labios de Miel. The artist's webpage confirmed the main single, and set its release for August 3, with its videoclip set to be released on late August. Also, confirmed that the album would be released on September 14. The cover and the title of the album were not revealed. The single Labios de Miel manage to debut at #1 on most of the Mexican charts, and to be one of the most downloaded songs in iTunes Music Store. On August 5, the title was officially revealed, so as the cover. Afterwards, the album was put on presale by many different music
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    Luis Miguel: Duetos

    • Year Released: 2008
    Luis Miguel:Duetos it was going to be the new album recorded by mexican singer Luis Miguel, that was set to be released in May 6, 2008, before the revelation of what is going to be the future album, Complices. According to the Argentine site http://musica.rompecadenas.com.ar the album is going to be a duets album, featuring greatest hits from Luis Miguel, re-recorded with female performers like Paulina Rubio, Natalia Oreiro, Julieta Venegas, Amaia Montero, Jennifer Lopez, Beyoncé, Lucero and Shakira. The project will be very similar to Papito by Spanish singer Miguel Bosé, with the difference that Luis Miguel is going to include at least twelve new tracks, probably written by singer-songwriter Rosana. On the first days fo March, the first official details from the album had released. In this report that the label made public, is shown the first promotional picture, and also that it will be an album with all of the songs new. (It must be showed that the label never discard or mention the possibility of a duet album). It was also revealed that Manuel Alejandro is going to participate in the production and he will compose songs to the disc. The first single of the CD (officially
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    Meu Sonho Perdido

    • Year Released: 1985
    Meu Sonho Perdido is a Portuguese album by Luis Miguel, which was released in 1985. There was also a Mexican Version of the LP Palabra De Honor.
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    Mexico En La Piel

    • Year Released: 2004
    México En La Piel is an album recorded by Mexican Superstar Luis Miguel released on November 9, 2004. It's his first album to be featured in mariachi. The album was re-released twice. One featured bonus tracks and was simply titled México En La Piel: Bonus Tracks. Another edition was titled México En La Piel : Edición Diamante. Both were released on September 6, 2005. This album won the Latin Grammy Award for Best Ranchero Album at the Latin Grammy Awards of 2005 and also the Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album. The Mexico En La Piel Tour started on 2005 and finished in 2007. This 129-date tour is the highest grossing tour ever made by a Latin artist.
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    Mis Boleros Favoritos

    • Year Released: 2002
    Mis Boleros Favoritos is an album released by Mexican singer Luis Miguel on 2002. It's a collection of his favorite songs of the bolero albums on his discography. A deluxe edition of the album contains a DVD with seven videos from this romantic era of the singer. As a bonus track the single "Hasta Que Vuelvas" is included, a brand new song written by Felipe Garza Bojalil and Mario Arturo Ramos Muñoz, produced by Bebu Silvetti. The single received a Latin Grammy nomination for "Record of the Year" in 2003 and peaked at #16 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart.
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    Mis Romances

    • Year Released: 2001
    Mis Romances is a best-selling album from Mexican superstar Luis Miguel and was released in 2001. Once again was produced by the artist himself. Three singles were released from the album: "Amor, Amor, Amor" (#1 in México). "Como Duele" (#1 in México and #1 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks) and "Al Que Me Siga". This is the fourth album from Luis Miguel devoted to bolero music. Mis Romances Tour was performed between January 2002 and December 2002.
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    Nada Es Igual

    • Year Released: 1996
    Nada Es Igual is an album performed and produced by Luis Miguel. It was released on August 20, 1996. The album received a Best Latin Pop Performance nomination on the 1997 Grammy Awards. This was the seventh major studio album made by Luis Miguel, and is also one of the most successful albums by the artist, selling over 5 million copies worldwide. This was the last album made by Luis Miguel before receiving a star in the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. In this album is also the Spanish version of Someday called Sueña. This was one of the singles of the album, along with Dame and Como Es Posible Que A Mi Lado America Tour 1996 (also known as the Gira Nada Es Igual) was a concert tour performed by Luis Miguel during the last part of 1996 to promotionate his last album Nada Es Igual. Only took place at some places in South America. This is mentioned to be the shortest tour ever made by the artist.
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    Navidades Luis Miguel

    • Year Released: 2006
    Navidades is a Christmas album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel released on November 14, 2006. The album is the first "Christmas" album released by the singer and peaked at #51 on the Billboard 200 Chart. Two promo singles were released: "Mi Humilde Oración" and "Santa Claus Llegó a la Ciudad". The album was produced by Luis Miguel. Longtime collaborator Juan Carlos Calderón (along with Edgar Cortázar) did all the Spanish adaptations of the tracks. This album received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Latin Pop Album at the 50th Grammy Awards.
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    No Culpes a La Noche

    • Year Released: 2009
    No Culpes a La Noche - The Club Remixes is a remix album from Mexican singer Luis Miguel. The album made its debut on number 16 to later climb up to number 3 in the Top 100 Mexican Charts. Luis Miguel's latest work has been certified gold and platinum for shipments of over 120,000 copies. On States side, the album charted for a week at #180 on the Billboard 200 and peaked at number 4 in the Billboard Latin Albums Charts.
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    Palabra De Honor

    • Year Released: 1984
    Palabra de honor ("Word of Honour") is an album released by Mexican performer Luis Miguel Gallego Basteri in 1984 with his then record label EMI. It was heavily promoted in México. The single "Isabel" was ranked at number 70 on the VH1 Top 100 of Greatest Songs of the 80's in Spanish. It also includes a duet with Scottish singer Sheena Easton, "Me Gustas Tal Como Eres," which received a Grammy Award for Best Mexican-American Performance, beating Concavo y Convexo by Roberto Carlos, Un Amor Especial by Yolanda del Río, Recuerdos II by Juan Gabriel and Eternamente Tuyo by Raphael. Brazilian Version Meu Sonho Perdido
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    Romance

    • Year Released: 1991
    Romance is a bolero album released by singer Luis Miguel in 1991. The album was a massive success across Spain, Latin America and the United States, where it has been certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. Romance was nominated in 1992 for a Grammy in the category of Best Latin Pop Album, losing to Vicki Carr's Cosas del Amor. Also received a nomination for "Album of the Year" on the Eres Magazine awards held in México in 1991 (losing to Alejandra Guzmán's "Flor de Papel"). In 1992 the album was nominated again in the same field and won. To date, Romance remains the biggest seller for Luis Miguel in Mexico with sales (only in that country) of seven million copies. It's widely considered as the album who brought bolero music back to mainstream. After the success of this album many singers like Daniela Romo and Charlie Zaa recorded boleros. Also, on the Top Latin albums charts in USA the album peaked at number three.
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    Romance: En Vivo

    • Year Released: 1992
    Romance: En Vivo is a VHS video from Mexican singer Luis Miguel that was recorded in 1992 during the concert tour called Tour Romance (also known as Gira Romance ) that Luis Miguel perform in various places like Caracas, Venezuela, in the Circus Maximus Theatre in Las Vegas, Nevada, in a concert in Seville, Spain, and in the National Auditorium in Mexico City, where he broke the World Record by selling the 10,000 tickets for his only show in 3 hours. The production of this video consists in taping all the concerts mentioned above. The result is that in the tape are featured parts of all concerts, making it in one tape with all the songs performed there. Because the concerts were taped entirely, a years later were broadcast by various countries around South America and Mexico. From the show in the National Auditorium was recorded an EP that was released as América & En Vivo.
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    Romances

    • Year Released: 1997
    Romances is the fifteenth studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel, released on August 12, 1997, by Warner Music Latina. It is the third album of the Romance series, in which Miguel covers Latin songs from 1940 to 1978. Aside from Miguel, the production also involved arranger Bebu Silvetti, and Armando Manzanero, who directed all of Miguel's Romance albums. Romances consists of twelve cover versions and two new compositions by Manzanero and Silvetti. Recording took place in early 1997 at the Ocean Way recording studio in Los Angeles, California. Romances has sold over 4.5 million copies and received platinum certifications in several Latin American countries, the United States and Spain. Miguel promoted the album by touring the United States, Latin America and Spain. The album was generally well received by critics, who praised Miguel's vocals as well as the song selection. The album earned Miguel several awards, including a Grammy Award in the United States. Six singles were released: "Por Debajo de la Mesa", "El Reloj", "Contigo (Estar Contigo)", "De Quererte Asi (De T'Avoir Aimee)", "Bésame Mucho", and "Sabor a Mi". In 1991 Miguel released Romance, a collection of classic
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    Romantico Desde Siempre

    • Year Released: 1994
    Romantico Desde Siempre Volume 1 and 2, are a compilation of romantic songs from the first albums by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. The Volume 1 was released on November 29, 1994 and the Volume 2 on 1997, both by EMI Latin.
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    Segundo Romance

    • Year Released: 1994
    Segundo Romance (Second Romance) is the 13th studio album released by Mexican singer Luis Miguel on August 30, 1994 by Warner Music Group. The album was produced by Miguel himself and co-produced by Armando Manzanero, Juan Carlos Calderón, and Kiko Cibrian. Segundo Romance became one of the biggest-selling album by Miguel in the United States and Latin America, earning album certifications in several countries. It was second best-selling Latin album of the year and the best-selling Latin album of the 1990s by a male artist. Four singles from the album were released; two of which reached #1 on the Top Latin Songs. Segundo Romance follows the arrangement of Romance in which Miguel interprets classic ballads from the history of Latin America. It received a Grammy Award, a Billboard Latin Music Award, and three Lo Nuestro Awards. In 1991, Luis Miguel released Romance, a collection of classic ballads from the history of Latin America. The album became a success and sold over a million copes and received a Grammy Award-nomination. Armando Manzanero, who helped co-produced Romance, is one of Mexico's most prominent songwriter for romantic songs. Juan Carlos Calderón has produced albums
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    Serie de Oro: Grandes Exitos

    • Year Released: 2003
    Serie de Oro: Grandes Exitos, is a greatest hits collection released on March 4, 2003 by EMI Music, with songs recorded by Mexican singer Luis Miguel.
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    Soy Como Quiero Ser

    • Year Released: 1987
    Soy Como Quiero Ser is the first album recorded by Mexican singer Luis Miguel on Warner Music. The album was subtitled "Luis Miguel '87: Soy Como Quiero Ser" and was the first of many collaborations with longtime producer Juan Carlos Calderón. The singers Laura Branigan and Rocío Banquells appear on two of the album's tracks. The majority of the songs included are covers from the 60's, 70's and 80's. It received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album. A Portuguese version was released in 1988 and is referred to as Luis Miguel '88 instead of '87. It was only released as a vinyl LP. Side A Side B
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    Sus primeros éxitos

    • Year Released: 2004
    Sus Primeros Exitos, is a greatest hits album released on April 27, 2004 by the label Emi Latin, with songs recorded by Mexican singer Luis Miguel, taken from the first four albums of his career.
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    Tambien es Rock

    • Year Released: 1984
    Tambien es Rock is an album released on 1984 by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. All the track are covers mostly from songs by Elvis Presley. Note: the album contains only 7 separate tracks, which are mixes of the above mentioned songs.
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    Todos Los Romances

    • Year Released: 1998
    Todos Los Romances is a box-set containing the three bolero albums released by Mexican singer Luis Miguel from 1991 to 1997. The albums included are: Romance, Segundo Romance and Romances. This box-set was released in 1998. In the box-set are included 3 CD, that all together include 37 songs. It has sold 200,000 units in Spain.
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    Un Año de Conciertos

    • Year Released: 1989
    Un Año De Conciertos is a VHS video from the Mexican singer Luis Miguel. It was recorded in 1989 during the presentations of the artist by various places in Mexico after the release of his last album (at that time), Busca Una Mujer. This video records (as the same title and an explanation in the video by Luis Miguel) one year of presentations. The video contains around 80 minutes of the concerts, and the other 5 minutes include an interview that Luis Miguel made specially for the video. The interview is cut and put in some parts of the video sequentially.
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    Un Sol

    • Year Released: 1982
    Un sol (also known as 1 + 1 = 2 Enamorados) is the first album released by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. Released in 1982, when Miguel was eleven years old. Musical direction and arrangements by Chucho Ferrer except (*) Pepe Rosino
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    Vivo

    • Year Released: 2000
    Vivo is the second live album recorded by singer Luis Miguel. It was released on 3 October 2000. This concert was recorded on April 17, 2000 in Monterrey, Mexico during the last presentation of Luis Miguel's Amarte Es Un Placer Tour in Mexico. For this recording the artist received a Latin Grammy nomination on 2001 for Best Male Pop Vocal Album and also a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album on 43rd Grammy Awards. It includes two songs never recorded before by the artist: "Y" and "La Bikina", which were released as singles. Together with the CD, it was released a music video (in format VHS and DVD) with the entire concert.
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    Ya nunca más

    • Year Released: 1983
    Ya nunca más is a soundtrack album for a movie of the same title by Luis Miguel Gallego Basteri, which was released in 1984.
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