Love (Thalía album)

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Love
Thalia Love Cover.jpg
Studio album by Thalía
Released 7 October 1992 (1992-10-07)[1]
Recorded 1992
Genre
Length 54:38
Label Melody/Fonovisa
Producer Luis Carlos Esteban
Thalía chronology
Mundo de Cristal
(1991)
Love
(1992)
En éxtasis
(1995)
Alternative covers
U.S. album cover
U.S. album cover
Singles from Love
  1. "Sangre"
  2. "Maria Mercedes"
  3. "Love"
  4. "La Vida En Rosa (La Vie En Rose)"

Love is the third studio album by Mexican singer Thalía,[2] it was released in 1992, under the previously owned Televisa record label, Melody/Fonovisa, which now belongs to Univision Music Group. This album was released in Mexico, some Central-American countries, the United States (with an alternative cover), Spain, Greece and Turkey.

In Mexico, two different versions of 'Love' were released. The first one included only 12 songs. However, as Thalía's soap-opera María Mercedes was turning a big hit, a second version of the album was issued, featuring the Telenovela "soundtrack" as a bonus track.

The album was recorded in Spain and produced by the Spanish producer Luis Carlos Esteban. Photography was in charge of the well-known photographer Adolfo Pérez Butron. It includes four covers, "A la Orilla del Mar" ("At the Seaside"), "La Vie en Rose" ("Life in Pink"), "Cien Años" ("A Hundred Years") and "Nunca Sabrás" ("You'll Never Know").[3]

The album was certified Platinum + Gold in Mexico for 350,000 sold.[4] To celebrate Thalía's 25 anniversary as a solo artist, as for December 2014, this album is available in the digital platforms iTunes and Spotify.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Writer(s) Length
1 "A la Orilla del Mar" Manuel Esperón, Ernesto Cortazar 3:45
2 "Sangre" Thalía Sodi 3:36
3 "La Vie en Rose (La Vida en Rosa)" Édith Piaf, Mack David, Louiguy, Luis Carlos Esteban (Spanish Adaptation) 5:11
4 "Love" Luis Carlos Esteban 4:20
5 "El Bronceador" Luis Carlos Esteban 3:25
6 "Flor de Juventud" Thalía Sodi, Luis Carlos Esteban 4:08
7 "No es el Momento" Aureo Baqueiro 3:47
8 "Cien Años" Ruben Fuentes, Alberto Cervantes 2:53
9 "El Día del Amor" Luis Carlos Esteban 3:57
10 "Flores Secas en la Piel" Luis Carlos Esteban 5:39
11 "No Trates de Engañarme" Alex de la Nuez 3:55
12 "Déjame Escapar" Aureo Baqueiro 4:51
13 "Nunca Sabrás" (How Much, How Much I Love You) Alec R. Costandinos, Luis Carlos Esteban (Spanish Adaptation) 5:40
14 "María Mercedes" Viviana Pímstein, Paco Navarrete 2:51

iTunes/ Spotify Edition

# Title Writer(s) Length
15 "La vie en rose (La vida en rosa) (Radio Edit) (Bonus Track)" Édith Piaf, Mack David, Louiguy 3:45
16 "María Mercedes (Pista) (Bonus Track)" Viviana Pímstein, Paco Navarrete 2:51

Singles with videos[edit]

  • Sangre (with 2 different videos)
  • Maria Mercedes
  • Love (with 2 different videos)
  • La Vie En Rose (La Vida En Rosa)
  • El Bronceador (with 2 different videos)
  • El Día Del Amor
  • No Trates de Engañarme
  • Déjame Escapar
  • Flor De Juventud

Charts[edit]

Chart (1993) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Latin Albums[5] 15

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Allmusic:Thalía- Love". www.allmusic.com. 2012. Retrieved 2012-10-17. 
  2. ^ "Thalía-Official Site". www.thalia.com. 2012. Retrieved 2012-10-17. 
  3. ^ "Billboard:Thalía Biography". www.billboard.com. 2012. Retrieved 2012-10-17. 
  4. ^ "Breves de Espetaculos: Thalia dice que firmo contrato exclusivo con Televisa.". El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish). April 7, 1993. Archived from the original on 9 February 2016. Retrieved February 9, 2016. 
  5. ^ "Billboard:Thalía -Love Charts". www.billboard.com. 2012. Retrieved 2012-10-17.