Thalía discography

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Thalía discography

Thalía performing at High Voltage Tour in 2004.
Releases
Studio albums 12
Live albums 2
Compilation albums 5
Singles 69
Video albums 6
Music videos 85

The discography of Mexican recording artist Thalía, consists of twelve studio albums, five compilation albums, two live albums and sixty-nine singles. Her first album as a solo artist, Thalía, was released in 1990 by Fonovisa Records. With the same label she released two more albums; Mundo De Cristal in 1991 and Love in 1992, that had generally positive commercial performance throughout Latin America, Spain and her native country, Mexico.[1]

In 1994, she moved to EMI Music[2] and released her fourth studio album En Éxtasis the following year. En Éxtasis became a huge commercial success in over 25 countries around the world.[3][4] However, the release of her fifth studio album Amor A La Mexicana in 1997 was even more successful than En Éxtasis, since Thalía had already become very popular with her music. Her popularity exploded after the broadcast of her hit television series, that were broadcast in over 180 countries, giving her the chance to create a solid fan base in many countries and gain stardom.[5][6] During the 2000s, she released more albums like Arrasando in 2000, Thalía in 2002 and El Sexto Sentido in 2005.

Songs of her like "Piel Morena", "Amor A La Mexicana", "Entre El Mar Y Una Estrella", "Arrasando", "Tú Y Yo", "No Me Enseñaste", "I Want You" and "Cerca De Ti" have had airplay success and are considered some of the most popular and characteristic songs in the latin pop music genre.[7][8] "Amor A La Mexicana" is considered as Thalía's greatest hit and one of the most classic Latin pop songs ever recorded.[9][10]

In 2008, she released her tenth studio album, Lunada, which is considered to be her lowest-selling album to date, with sales less than 300,000 copies worldwide.[11] However, she regained her commercial performance in 2009 when she joined Sony Music and released her first live album, Primera Fila, which sold over 1,5 million copies worldwide, and remained in the Mexican charts for over 160 weeks, according to AMPROFON.[12][13][14][15][16]

Thalía has sold over 40 million albums worldwide so far, being considered one of the best-selling Latin musicians of all time by various media conglomerates.[17][18][19][20] She has also sung in Portuguese, French and Tagalog, apart from Spanish and English, in order to promote her music in other music markets.[21]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

"—" denotes items that did not chart or were not released.

Title Album details Peak chart positions[22] Certifications
US
[23]
US
Latin

[24]
US
Latin Pop
[25]
MEX SPA[26]
Thalía
Mundo De Cristal
  • Released: September 26, 1991
  • Label: Melody/Fonovisa
  • Formats: CD, Cassette, LP
Love
  • Released: October 7, 1992
  • Label: Melody/Fonovisa
  • Formats: CD, Cassette, LP
15
En Éxtasis
  • Released: October 1, 1995
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD, Cassette, LP
13 7
Amor A La Mexicana
  • Released: July 1, 1997
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD, Cassette
6 2 22
Arrasando
  • Released: April 25, 2000
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD, Cassette
4 1 3
Thalía
  • Released: May 21, 2002
  • Label: EMI
  • Format: CD
126 1 1 22
Thalía (English) 11
El Sexto Sentido
  • Released: July 19, 2005
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD, digital download
63 3 2 41
Lunada 10 4 8
Habítame Siempre
  • Released: November 19, 2012
  • Label: Sony Music Latin
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 1 1 26
Amore Mío
  • Released: November 4, 2014
  • Label: Sony Music Latin
  • Formats: CD, digital download
173 1 1 1 55

Compilation albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions [22] Certifications
US
[23]
LATIN
[24]
LATIN POP
[25]
MEX SPA
Nandito Ako
  • Released: January 28, 1997
  • Label: EMI Philippines
  • Formats: CD, Cassette
Con Banda: Grandes Éxitos
  • Released: August 28, 2001
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD, Cassette
167 2 7
Thalía's Hits Remixed
  • Released: February 25, 2003
  • Label: EMI
  • Format: CD
7 99
  • US: Platinum (Latin)[30]
Greatest Hits .
  • Released: February 10, 2004
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD, DVD
128 2 1 38
Thalía (Brazil album)
  • Released: December 5, 2013
  • Label: Sony Music Brasil
  • Format: CD

Live albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
US
[52]
US Latin
[24]
US Latin Pop
[25]
MEX SPA
Primera Fila
  • Released: December 1, 2009
  • Label: Sony Music Latin
  • Formats: CD, DVD, digital download
198 (167) 4 (1) 2 (1) 1 32
Viva Tour (En Vivo)
  • Released: November 12, 2013
  • Label: Sony Music Latin
  • Formats: CD, DVD, digital download
8[55]
"—" denotes items that did not chart or were not released.

Singles[edit]

  • Thalía's singles prior to 1995 do not have enough database available regarding their chart performance.
Year Single Peak chart positions[57] Album
US
[58]
Latin
Songs

[59]
Latin
Pop

[60]
US
Dan

[61]
1990 "Un Pacto Entre Los Dos"
Thalía
"Saliva"
"Pienso En Ti"
1991 "Amarillo Azul"
"Sudor"
Mundo De Cristal
"En La Intimidad"
1992 "Te Necesito"
"Fuego Cruzado"
"Sangre"
Love
"María Mercedes"
1993 "Love"
"La Vie En Rose (La Vida En Rosa)"
1994 "Marimar"
Single - Marimar
1995 "Piel Morena" 7 4
En Éxtasis
"Amándote"
"María La Del Barrio" 30 14
1996 "Quiero Hacerte El Amor"
"Gracias A Dios" 26 8
"Me Faltas Tú"
"Lágrimas"
1997 "Nandito Ako"
Nandito Ako
"Amor A La Mexicana" 6 2
Amor A La Mexicana
"Viaje Tiempo Atras"
Anastasia: Music from the Motion Picture
"Por Amor"
Amor A La Mexicana
"Mujer Latina"
"Noches Sin Luna"
1998 "Ponle Remedio"
"Es Tu Amor"
"De Dónde Soy"
"Dicen Por Ahí"
"Echa Pa'Lante"
2000 "Entre El Mar Y Una Estrella" 102 1 1
Arrasando
"Regresa A Mí" 19 12
"It's My Party" / "Arrasando"2 25
"Menta Y Canela"5 25
"Rosalinda" 46 23
"Reencarnación" 30 17
"Arrasado" (Versión Banda) 30 17
Con Banda: Grandes Éxitos
2001 "Amor A La Mexicana" (Banda Version)
"Piel Morena" (Con Banda)
"La Revancha"
2002 "Tú Y Yo" / "Tú Y Yo" (Cumbia Remix) (feat. Kumbia Kings) 107 1 4
Thalía
"No Me Enseñaste" 103 1 3
" ¿A Quién Le Importa?" 9 6
"Dance, Dance (The Mexican)" 6
2003 "I Want You" / "Me Pones Sexy" (feat. Fat Joe) 22 9 9
Thalía (English)
"Baby, I'm In Love" / "Alguien Real" 12
"Don't Look Back" 9
"Closer To You" / "Cerca De Ti" 104 1 3
2004 "Acción Y Reacción"
Greatest Hits
2005 "You Know He Never Loved You" / "Amar Sin Ser Amada" 117 2 7
El Sexto Sentido
(and Re+Loaded Edition)
"Un Alma Sentenciada" 13 11 37
2006 "Seduction" / "Seducción" 32 14
"Cantando Por Un Sueño" 3
"Olvídame" 4
"No, No, No" (feat. Romeo Santos) 119 4 4
2008 "Ten Paciencia" 39 24
Lunada
2009 "Equivocada" 8 2
Primera Fila
2010 "Qué Será De Ti" 35 13
"Estoy Enamorado" (feat. Pedro Capó) 28 6
"Enséñame A Vivir"
2011 "El Próximo Viernes"
2012 "Manías" 26 14
Habítame Siempre
2013 "Te Perdiste Mi Amor" (feat. Prince Royce) 110 4 3
"La Apuesta" (feat. Erik Rubín)
Habítame Siempre / Viva Tour (En Vivo)
2014 "Estou Apaixonado" (feat. Daniel) 5
Thalía (Brazil album)
"Vamos A Jugar"
Viva Kids, Vol. 1
"Por Lo Que Reste De Vida" 49 19
Amore Mío
"—" denotes unknown chart performance.
  • 1 Only released in Spain
  • 2 Released in Europe as "It's my party"
  • 3 Only released in Mexico
  • 4 Only released in Mexico and Argentina
  • 5 Only released in Brazil

Guest appearances/ A Featured Artist[edit]

Year Song Peak chart positions Album
BRA US Latin US Tropical
2010 "Love Me Tender"
(duet with Elvis Presley)
Viva Elvis
"De Qué Manera Te Olvido"
(duet with Rocío Dúrcal)
Una Estrella En El Cielo
2011 "Mis Deseos/Feliz Navidad"
(Michael Bublé featuring Thalía)
Christmas
2012 "The Way You Look Tonight"
(duet with Tony Bennett)
Viva Duets
2014 "Sino A Ti"
(Laura Pausini with Thalía)
20 – The Greatest Hits

Promotional Singles[edit]

Year Song Peak chart positions Album
BRA US Latin US Tropical
2008 "Será Porque Te Amo" Lunada
2012 "Atmósfera" Habitame Siempre
2013 "CHUPIE (The Binky That Returned To Home)" VIVA KIDS Vol,1
2014 "Tú Y Yo (Amore Mio Version)" Amore Mio
"Cerveza En Mexico"

Video albums[edit]

Music Video Compilations[edit]

Concert DVDs[edit]

Box sets[edit]

Music videos[edit]

Year Video Director Album
1990 Un Pacto Entre Los Dos Benny Corral
Thalía
Saliva Benny Corral
Pienso En Ti¹ -
1991 Amarillo Azul¹ -
Sudor¹ -
Mundo De Cristal
En La Intimidad Carlos Somonte
En La Intimidad ("Siempre En Domingo" Beach Version)¹ -
1992 Te Necesito¹ -
Fuego Cruzado L. Hernandez
Fuego Cruzado ("Siempre En Domingo" Horse Version)¹ -
Sangre -
Love
María Mercedes Beatriz Sheridan
Love -
Love (Waterfall Version)¹ -
La Vie En Rose (La Vida En Rosa) -
El Bronceador -
El Bronceador (Pool Version)¹ -
El Día Del Amor -
No Trates De Engañarme -
Déjame Escapar -
Flor De Juventud -
Sangre (Second Version) -
1994 Marimar -
Single - Marimar
1995 Piel Morena Daniel Gruener
En Éxtasis
Amándote Peter Begman
María La Del Barrio Beatriz Sheridan
Quiero Hacerte El Amor¹ -
1996 Gracias A Dios Benny Corral
Lágrimas¹ -
1997 Nandito Ako -
Nandito Ako
Amor A La Mexicana Benny Corral
Amor A La Mexicana
Viaje Tiempo Atrás Don Bluth
Anastasia
Por Amor / Por Amor(Remix) Gustavo Garzón
Amor A La Mexicana
1998 Mujer Latina Gustavo Garzón
Mujer Latina (European Version) -
Amor A La Mexicana (European Remix) -
2000 Entre El Mar Y Una Estrella Simon Brand
Arrasando
Regresa A Mí Simon Brand
Arrasando / It’s My Party Simon Brand
Rosalinda Beatriz Sheridan
2001 Reencarnación Emilio Estefan
Amor A La Mexicana (Emilio Banda Remix) Emilio Estefan
Con Banda: Grandes Éxitos
2002 Tú Y Yo Antii Jokinen
Thalía
Tú Y Yo (Cumbia Version) (featuring Kumbia Kings) Leche, Antii Jokinen
No Me Enseñaste Antii Jokinen
Y Seguir¹ -
2003 ¿A Quién Le Importa? Jeb Brien
I Want You / Me Pones Sexy (featuring Fat Joe) Dave Meyers
Thalía (English)
Baby I'm In Love / Alguien Real Antii Jokinen
2004 Cerca De Ti Jeb Brien
Acción Y Reacción -
Greatest Hits
2005 Amar Sin Ser Amada / You Know He Never Loved You Jeb Brien
El Sexto Sentido
Un Alma Sentenciada Jeb Brien
2006 Seducción Jeb Brien
Cantando Por Un Sueño Jeb Brien
El Sexto Sentido: Re+Loaded
Olvídame Thalía
No, No, No (featuring Romeo Santos) -
2008 Ten Paciencia Emilio Estefan
Lunada
2009 Equivocada Nahuel Lerena
Primera Fila
2010 Qué Será De Ti Nahuel Lerena
Con La Duda (featuring Joan Sebastian) Nahuel Lerena
Estoy Enamorado (featuring Pedro Capó) Nahuel Lerena
Enseñame A Vivir (iTunes Plus Version) Nahuel Lerena
Enseñame A Vivir -
2011 El Próximo Viernes -
2012 The Way You Look Tonight (with Tony Bennett) -
Viva Duets
Manías (Lyric Video) Ruslan Shakirov
Habítame Siempre
Manías (Studio Version) -
Manías Bruce Gowers
2013 Habítame Siempre Bruce Gowers
Me Dedique A Perderte (With Leonel Garcia) -
Todas Mías
Te Perdiste Mi Amor (featuring Prince Royce) Bruce Gowers,
Emilio Estefan
Habítame Siempre
La Apuesta (Hammerstein Concert Version) (featuring Erik Rubín) Bruce Gowers
La Apuesta (featuring Erik Rubín) Diego Álvarez
2014 Estou Apaixonado (featuring Daniel) Thalía
Thalía (Brazil album)
Tema De Chupi -
ViVA KiDS, volumen 1
Vamos A Jugar (Lyric Video) -
Vamos A Jugar -
El Piojo Y La Pulga -
El Garabato Colorado -
La Risa De Las Vocales -
Caballo De Palo -
En Un Bosque De La China -
Sugar Rush -
Las Mañanitas -
Osito Carpintero -
Estrellita -
Sino A Ti (with Laura Pausini) Leandro Manuel Emede
and Nicolo Cerioni
20 – The Greatest Hits
Por Lo Que Reste De Vida Leandro Manuel Emede
and Nicolo Cerioni
Amore Mio

¹Some music videos were made for special TV (or other) appearances

Notes[edit]

  • A ^ In 1997, the album was gold record.[62]

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