List of number-one albums of 2010 (Mexico)

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Mexican singer Thalía peaked at number-one with her album Primera Fila in 2009 and 2010.

Top 100 Mexico is a record chart published weekly by AMPROFON (Asociación Mexicana de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas), a non-profit organization composed by Mexican and multinational record companies.[1] This association tracks record sales (physical and digital) in Mexico.[2]

In 2010, nineteen albums reached number-one. Dos Mundos: Evolución by Alejandro Fernández and Primera Fila, a live album recorded by Thalía, both reached the top spot of the chart in 2009. Dos Mundos is also the first number-one album of 2010. Amar y Querer: Homenaje a las Grandes Canciones by Kalimba, a cover album with music standards received a Gold certification in México.[3] The album includes songs previously recorded by José José, Raphael, Emmanuel and Frank Sinatra.[4] Who I Am, by Nick Jonas and the Administration debuted at number 3 in the Billboard 200 in the United States with first week sales of 82,000 units.[5] The album also debuted at number 3 in the Mexican chart, reaching the top the following week. The second studio album released by Mexican band Camila, Dejarte de Amar, debuted at number-one in the Billboard Top Latin Songs chart in the United States and also on this chart.[6] The album was awarded with a Gold certification in México on the first day of sales, with 30,000 units sold.[7] Camila's album was replaced at number-one with the debut of the sixth studio album by Spanish singer-songwriter Bunbury titled Las consecuencias. The album also debuted at the top of the charts in Spain. Las consecuencias was awarded with a Platinum certification in Mexico.[8][9]

Albums[edit]

The Sticky & Sweet Tour by Madonna reached number 1 in the spring
Luis Miguel's album was the highest debut with 240,000 copies in first week
Dulce María's album, Extranjera, made Mexican chart history by registering the largest drop in chart positions for a number-one album by falling 23 places to number 24.
Chart date Album Artist Reference
January 4 Dos Mundos: Evolución Alejandro Fernández [10]
January 11 [11]
January 18 Primera Fila Thalía [12]
January 25 Amar y Querer: Homenaje a las Grandes
Canciones
Kalimba [13]
February 1 [14]
February 8 Who I Am Nick Jonas & the Administration [15]
February 15 Dejarte de Amar Camila [16]
Febrero 22 Las consecuencias Enrique Bunbury [8][17]
March 1 Dejarte de Amar Camila [18]
March 8 No Hay Imposibles Chayanne [19]
March 15 Dejarte de Amar Camila [20]
March 21 [21]
March 28 [21]
April 4 Sticky & Sweet Tour Madonna [22]
April 11 Dejarte de Amar Camila [20]
April 18 [21]
April 25 Primera Fila Thalía [23]
May 2 [24]
May 9 [25]
May 16 [26]
May 23 [27]
May 30 [28]
June 6 [29]
June 13 Desde La Cantina Vol. 2 Pesado [30]
June 20 [31]
June 27 [32]
July 4 [33]
July 11 Euphoria Enrique Iglesias [34]
July 18 [35]
July 25 [36]
August 1 Dejarte de Amar Camila [37]
August 8 Euphoria Enrique Iglesias [38]
August 15 [39]
August 22 The Final Frontier Iron Maiden [40]
August 29 Poquita Ropa Ricardo Arjona [41]
September 5 [42]
September 12 Luis Miguel Luis Miguel [43]
September 19 [44]
September 26 [45]
October 3 Primera Fila OV7 [46]
October 10 [47]
October 17 [48]
October 24 Sale el Sol Shakira [49]
October 31 [50]
November 7 [51]
November 14 Extranjera Dulce María [52]
November 21 Amante de lo Bueno María José [53]
November 28 Panda MTV Unplugged PXNDX [54]
December 5 Viva el príncipe Cristian Castro [55]
December 12 [56]
December 19 [57]
December 26 [58]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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