Amante de lo Ajeno

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Amante de lo Ajeno
Studio album by María José
Released May 12, 2009
Recorded 2008—2009
Genre Latin pop, pop
Length 40:21
Label Sei Track Musica
Producer Loris Ceroni
María José chronology
María José
(2007)
Amante de lo Ajeno
(2009)
Amante de lo Bueno
(2010)
Singles from Amante de lo Ajeno
  1. "No Soy Una Señora"
  2. "Mi Amor Amor"
  3. "Adelante Corazón"
  4. "Sola No, Yo No Se Estar"

Amante de lo Ajeno (English: Lover Of Other People's Things) is the second studio album by Mexican singer María José. The name is a play on words, as it is a cover album. It was released on 12 May 2009 on the Sei Track Musica label, a division of Grupo CIE,[1] and has reached number 2 in the Mexican album charts.[2]

The album includes 11 tracks that are part of the Mexican musical memory, previously sung by "divas" and pop singers of the '80s.[3][4] The aim was to pay homage to performers such as Manoella Torres, Daniela Romo, María Conchita Alonso, Lucía Méndez, Ana Gabriel, Jeanette, Vikki Carr, Fiordaliso, Loredana Berté, Rocío Banquells, Crystal and Melissa.[5] The album was recorded in Riolo Terme, Italy and produced by Loris Cerroni.[6] No Soy Una Señora, originally sung by Melissa, is the first single from the album. José said it brought back memories: "For 9 years I sang in front of the mirror, I put on my 'Walkman', grabbed my deodorant and sang."[7]

The album has been promoted on Mexican national radio and in TV interviews, and José has performed the single No Soy Una Señora at many events.[8][9]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Length
01. "Adelante Corazón"

• Music & Lyric: Difelisatti / Daniela Romo

3:59
02. "Acariciame"

• Music & Lyric: Juan Carlos Calderón

3:42
03. "No Soy Una Señora"

• Music & Lyric: Ivano Fossati/ Peter Daniél

3:24
04. "Y Aquí Estoy"

• Music & Lyric: Ana Gabriel

3:52
05. "Mi Amor, Amor"

• Music & Lyric: Honorio / Herrero

3:38
06. "Cosas del Amor"

• Music & Lyric: Roberto Livi / Rudy Pérez

4:05
07. "Sola No, yo no sé Estar"

• Music & Lyric: Luigi Albertelli / Vincenzo Malepasso

3:39
08. "Este Hombre no se Toca"

• Music & Lyric: Difelissati/ J.R. Flores

3:58
09. "Herida de Muerte"

• Music & Lyric: Amparo Rubín

3:06
10. "Frente a Frente"

• Music & Lyric: Manuel Alejandro / Ana Magdalena

3:29
11. "No Me Pregunten Por él"

• Music & Lyric: Sergio Andrade

3:44

The album has been certified Gold in Mexico for its 50,000 copies in just 8 weeks on the chart.[citation needed] The album recently has been certified Platinum in Mexico for over 100,000 copies sold in the 30 week on the Mexican Album Chart.[citation needed] Later a year in April the album was certified 2xPlatinum for 180,000 sold in Mexico.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], María José at myspace.com
  2. ^ Puente, Luis Gonzalo (9 June 2009). "Realizará Mariajosé gira discotequera". Ritmosonlatino. Retrieved 2009-06-09. 
  3. ^ Guzman, Alejandro (14 May 2009). "María José muestra a su 'Amante de lo Ajeno'". Esmas. Retrieved 2009-06-09. 
  4. ^ Escobedo, Betzabe (18 May 2009). "María José promociona "Amante de lo ajeno"; con él rinde un homenaje a la década de los 80?". Rumbo de México. Retrieved 2009-06-09. [dead link]
  5. ^ "María José comienza promoción". Informador. 15 May 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-09. 
  6. ^ "Mariajosé lanza su nuevo disco Amante de lo Ajeno". Tiempos De La Internet. 13 May 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-09. 
  7. ^ "Maria José suena a música del ayer". Diario de Yucatan. 16 May 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-09. 
  8. ^ Herrera Peláez, Ángel Andrés (27 March 2009). "Las Divas del Pop están listas para presentarse en Puebla". Poblanerías. Retrieved 2009-06-09. [dead link]
  9. ^ Estrada Pineda, Fabiola (14 May 2009). "Saca la cantante María José "Amante de lo ajeno" su segundo disco.Por". SDP Noticias. Retrieved 2009-06-09.