Belinda (Belinda Peregrín album)

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Belinda
Belinda Cover.jpg
Studio album by Belinda
Released August 5, 2003[1]
Recorded 2003
Genre Pop rock, Latin pop, pop
Length 45:16
Label Sony BMG, RCA
Producer Rudy Pérez,[1] Graeme Pleeth, Mauri Stern, Robin Barter[2]
Belinda chronology
Belinda
(2003)
Total
(2006)
Singles from Belinda
  1. "Lo Siento"
    Released: July 7, 2003
  2. "Boba Niña Nice"
    Released: December 2003
  3. "Ángel"
    Released: May 21, 2004
  4. "Vivir"
    Released: 2004
  5. "No Entiendo"
    Released: 2005
  6. "Be Free"
    Released: 2005
  7. "¿Dónde Iré Yo?"
    Released: 2005

Belinda is the self-titled debut studio album by Spanish-born Mexican recording artist Belinda. It was released in Mexico by Sony BMG and internationally by RCA Records on August 5, 2003. The album was certified triple platinum and gold in Mexico on March 11, 2005.

Album information[edit]

Her international self-titled album Belinda was released by Sony BMG and RCA Records on August 5, 2003, with success, topping many countries including Mexico. The album was produced by Mauri Stern, Robin Barter, Graeme Pleeth and Rudy Pérez.[1][2] It included hit singles such as "Lo Siento", "Boba Niña Nice", and "Ángel", the single "Vivir", was also chosen as the main theme song for Corazones al límite, a soap opera that she briefly appeared in. There were multiple releases of the album from 2003 through 2004, including remixes and bonus tracks. Belinda was later released on February 25, 2005, along with the DVD Tour Fiesta en la Azotea.

Promotion[edit]

Belinda promoted the album with the Fiesta en la Azotea Tour, between 2004 and 2005. She performed over 200 times across Mexico, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, El Salvador, Panamá, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Venezuela, Canada, United States, Portugal and Spain. The attendance broke records with 1.8 million people mark. She broke the record after 12 sold out concerts at the National Auditorium. At the Zócalo (Mexico City) she had an attendance of over 125,000.[3]

She performed Lo Siento on Escandalo on July 14, 2003; on Hoy on August 6, 2003 and on TVE on December 7, 2003. Boba Niña Nice on Hoy on August 6, 2003 and on Tesoro de la Navidad on December 22, 2003. Ángel on No Manches on December 20, 2003; on Raul Gil on June 3, 2004; on Otro Rollo on July 26, 2004 and on El Show de Cristina on September 3, 2004. Vivir on No Manches on August 14, 2004; on Despierta America on August 30, 2004. No Entiendo on Hoy on November 2, 2005; on SIC on December 16, 2005 and on TVE on December 20, 2005.

Commercial performance[edit]

Belinda debuted at number #8 on the Mexican Albums Chart in August 2003. It topped the chart for 4 weeks in 2004, and 4 weeks in 2005. The album was certified Gold on September 7, 2003/ Platinum on November 25, 2004; Platinum+Gold on December 21, 2004; Double Platinum on February 5, 2004; Double Platinum+Gold on September 1, 2004; Triple Platinum on March 11, 2005; Triple Platinum+Gold on November 2, 2005.[4]

It debuted at #72 and later made the Top 40 in Spain, where it was certified Gold for over 50,000 copies sold.[5] 'Belinda' peaked at #6 on U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Albums and sold over 177,000 copies on the US.[6] Selling over 2.5 million copies worldwide, it is her best-selling album.[7]

Track list[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s)[2] Length
1. "Lo Siento" (I'm Sorry) Lucy Abbot, Sara Eker, Cheryl Parker, Twin,[8] Belinda, Mauri Stern[2] Maurice Stern, Graeme Pleeth, Robin Barter 3:30
2. "Ángel" (Once In Your Lifetime) Graeme Pleeth, Shellie Poole,[9] Belinda, Mauri Stern[2] Maurice Stern, Graeme Pleeth, Robin Barter 3:42
3. "Boba Niña Nice" (Teenage Superstar) Daniel Gibson, Jörgen Ringqvist,[10] Belinda, Mauri Stern[2] Maurice Stern, Graeme Pleeth, Robin Barter 3:02
4. "Vivir" (Any Better) Grizzly, Mack, Tommy Tysper,[11] Belinda, Mauri Stern[2] Maurice Stern, Graeme Pleeth, Robin Barter 3:04
5. "Princesa" Adrián Posse, Rudy Pérez, C. Salazar[12] Rudy Pérez 3:46
6. "Niña de Ayer" (Everyday Girl) Fredrik Björk, Per Eklund,[13] Belinda, Mauri Stern[2] Maurice Stern, Graeme Pleeth, Robin Barter 3:26
7. "No Entiendo" (I Don't Understand You) Daniel Gibson,[14] Belinda, Mauri Stern[2] Maurice Stern, Graeme Pleeth, Robin Barter 4:04
8. "Be Free" Belinda[15] Maurice Stern, Graeme Pleeth, Robin Barter 3:35
9. "¿Dónde Iré Yo?" (Disposition) Robert Habolin, Mats Jansson, Mack,[16] Belinda, Mauri Stern, Pichardo González[2] Maurice Stern, Graeme Pleeth, Robin Barter 3:33
10. "Voy A Conquistarte" (I'm Gonna Make You Love Me) Fredrik Hutt, Asa Larisson, Peter Landin, Kent Larssen,[17] Belinda, Mauri Stern[2] Maurice Stern, Graeme Pleeth, Robin Barter 3:23
11. "Lo Puedo Lograr" (Someday) Niklas Hilborn, Thomas Jansson,[18] Belinda, Mauri Stern[2] Maurice Stern, Graeme Pleeth, Robin Barter 2:59
12. "Sin Dolor" (Turn The Page) Andreas Carlsson, Alban Herlitz, Negin Djafari,[19] Belinda, Mauri Stern[2] Maurice Stern, Graeme Pleeth, Robin Barter 3:51
13. "Fuerte" Adrián Posse, Rudy Pérez[20] Rudy Pérez 3:17
DVD
  1. Lo Siento
  2. Boba Niña Nice
  3. Ángel
  4. Detrás de Cámaras "Ángel"
  5. Detrás de Cámaras "Azotea"

Charts and certifications[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Belinda album Allmusic
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Belinda - Belinda Discogs
  3. ^ Belinda logra romper el récord[permanent dead link] Terra.com.mx
  4. ^ a b México: 2x Platino + Oro
  5. ^ Spain Top 100 Albums Chart PROMUSICAE
  6. ^ a b http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/1047884/mana-camila-belinda-take-home-mtv-latin-awards
  7. ^ a b Biografia de Belinda - Pega Cifras
  8. ^ Lo Siento (I'm Sorry) allmusic
  9. ^ Ángel (Once in Your Life Time) allmusic
  10. ^ Boba Niña Nice (Teenage Superstar) allmusic
  11. ^ Vivir (Any Better) allmusic
  12. ^ Princesa allmusic
  13. ^ Niña de Ayer (Everyday Girl) allmusic
  14. ^ No Entiendo (I Don't Understand You) allmusic
  15. ^ Be Free allmusic
  16. ^ ¿Dónde Iré Yo? (Disposition) allmusic
  17. ^ Voy A Conquistarte (I'm Gonna Make You Love Me) allmusic
  18. ^ Lo Puedo Lograr (Someday) allmusic
  19. ^ Sin Dolor (Turn the Page) allmusic
  20. ^ Fuerte allmusic
  21. ^ Belinda - Belinda (Repackage) Discogs
  22. ^ Belinda (Enhanced) Amazon.com
  23. ^ Belinda - Belinda (Enhanced) Discogs
  24. ^ Belinda: Edición Especial Mixup.com
  25. ^ Belinda - Belinda (Edición Especial) Discogs
  26. ^ December 26 2004 - January 01, 2005 CAPIF
  27. ^ a b "TOP 100 ALBUM DE ENERO A DICIEMBRE DE 2005.xls" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on October 21, 2012. Retrieved 2010-10-17. 
  28. ^ Venezuela Top 40 (2010)
  29. ^ Recordland Archived August 10, 2016, at the Wayback Machine.
  30. ^ Spain Top 100 Albums Chart PROMUSICAE
  31. ^ a b "Belinda Music News & Info". Billboard.com. Archived from the original on 16 June 2010. Retrieved 2010-06-08. 
  32. ^ Top Heatseekers (South Atlantic)
  33. ^ a b "Argentina: Oro". Archived from the original on 2011-08-20. Retrieved 2011-08-20. 
  34. ^ BIOGRAFIA
  35. ^ América Central: Platino
  36. ^ Belinda peques.com.mx
  37. ^ a b c "Creo que mi música tiene una magia especial". Retrieved 2013-08-24. [dead link]
  38. ^ IFPI Chile
  39. ^ a b International Award Levels Archived July 26, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  40. ^ a b c "Orizaba Noticias No. 46399 Belinda lanzará el próximo otoño su nueva producción titulada ´Utopía´". Archived from the original on 2014-03-10. Retrieved 2016-10-30. 
  41. ^ Certificaciones | Amprofon
  42. ^ a b ""Orizaba Noticias No. 24992 Belinda ya es de oro en Panamá"". Archived from the original on 2014-03-10. Retrieved 2016-10-30. 
  43. ^ Spain Top 100 Albums Chart PROMUSICAE
  44. ^ "PROMUSICAE" (PDF). PROMUSICAE. 2004-12-31. Archived from the original (PDF) on 18 June 2010. Retrieved 2010-06-08. 
  45. ^ USA: Platino[permanent dead link]