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Studio album by Thalía
Released 24 June 2008
Recorded 2008
Genre Latin Pop
Length 39:03
Language Spanish
Label EMI Televisa Music
Producer Thalía (also executive), Emilio Estefan
Thalía chronology
El Sexto Sentido
Primera Fila
Singles from Lunada
  1. "Ten Paciencia"
    Released: 6 June 2008
  2. "Será Porque Te Amo"
    Released: 21 July 2008
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Starpulse 3/5 stars[2]

Lunada is the tenth studio album by Mexican recording artist Thalía. It was released through EMI Music on 24 June 2008 worldwide. Lunada is Thalía's first album since the release of the successful El Sexto Sentido in 2005 and since the birth of her first child. It was produced by the hit-maker Emilio Estefan and was supposed to be the soundtrack of the summer. The album received generally favorable reviews but did not have the expected sales as it did not receive any promotion by Thalía's record company, EMI. For this reason she ended her contract with EMI after 14 years of international success. The album is considered to be the least successful in Thalía's career.[3]

Two singles were released by this album. The first one is Ten Paciencia. The second one is Será Porque Te Amo. Thalía was also to release Sangre Caliente and Aventurero as singles, but they were canceled due to the tick-borne Lyme disease that prevented her from working during treatment.

Commercial failure and departure from EMI[edit]

Thalía had some problems with her health, so she did not promote her project as much as she wanted. Also, her record company, EMI, did not have enough budget to promote the artists and so Lunada was a commercial disappointment. For these reasons she ended her contract with EMI after 14 years of international success. Despite the fact the album was not the success everyone expected, Thalía declared that she is proud of this production and the material included on this album.[citation needed]


The singer described her new production as the most sincere of her music career. According to Thalía, "Sangre Caliente" is the song that best describes the whole spirit of the album. Thalía said about her album: "This album came along when I was very pregnant with my daughter. I was almost eight months along. I had had it, and the only thing I could think about were bikinis, suntan lotion, beer and the beach. So I began to think to myself, 'Hey! What was that song I liked last summer in Argentina? 'Sangre Caliente'("Hot blood")! And when I went with my friends to (the Mexican beach resort of) Ixtapa, which one was it? That's right! The one by Juan Gabriel!' ... That's how 'Lunada' was born."[citation needed]

"Bendita" was a song written by Thalía, dedicated to her daughter Sabrina Sakae.[citation needed]


The cover art to Lunada was compared to that of Australian band Cut Copy's album Bright Like Neon Love. Both show strong similarities, including the same color to the face, similar glasses and lipstick color and overall appearance. To this, Thalía responded that this was "what had been presented to [her] by her creative group and that she hoped her work would inspire others in the future as well."[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Writer(s) Producer Length
1 "Ten paciencia" Descemer Bueno, Magilee Álvarez, Cynthia Salazar Emilio Estefan 3:30
2 "Sangre Caliente" Marcelo Delgado, Darío Húngaro Emilio Estefan 4:15
3 "Será porque te amo" Dario Farina, Daniele Pace, Luis Gómez Escolar, Enzo Ghinazzi Emilio Estefan 2:41
4 "Con Este Amor" Ximena Muñoz, Max Di Carlo Emilio Estefan 2:59
5 "Bendita" Thalía Emilio Estefan 3:25
6 "Desolvidándote" Thalía, Jodi Mar, Dave Thompson Emilio Estefan 4:11
7 "Isla Para Dos" (featuring rap by Joselito) Nano Cabrera, Joselito Emilio Estefan 4:25
8 "Insensible" Juan Gabriel Emilio Estefan 2:57
9 "Aventurero" (featuring rap by NUBAWN) Claudia Brant, Jean-Yves Ducarnet, NUBAWN Emilio Estefan 3:18
10 "Yo No Sé Vivir" Descemer Bueno, Magilee Álvarez, Cynthia Salazar Emilio Estefan 4:08
11 "Sólo Se Vive Una Vez" Thalía, Drop Dead Beats Emilio Estefan 3:10
Japan Bonus Edition
# Title Composer Producer Time
12 "La Super Chica" (Japan Bonus Track) Lilly Ponce/Chris Rodríguez/Michael Cosculluela Chris Rodríguez 4:00

Release history[edit]

Countries Date Catalog #
United States, Latin America June 24, 2008[4] 5022502
Poland July 10, 2008[5]
Austria, Germany, Switzerland July 11, 2008[6]
Spain, Greece, Italy July 15, 2008[7]
Japan July 23, 2008[8]
Brazil July 24, 2008[9]

Weekly charts[edit]

Charts (2008) Peak
Mexican Albums Chart[10] 8
US Top Latin Albums (Billboard)[11] 10
US Latin Pop Albums (Billboard)[12] 4


  1. ^ Lunada at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Lunada Album Review, Songs, Ratings". 2007-03-26. Retrieved 2012-02-29. 
  3. ^ riaa
  4. ^ Official release info
  5. ^ release info (insert 'Lunada' in the search field)
  6. ^ Austrian, German & Swiss release info
  7. ^ Spanish release info (search 'Thalía' or 'Lunada')
  8. ^ Japanese release info
  9. ^ "Temos mais de 4.693.050 títulos esperando por você". Livraria Cultura. Retrieved 2012-02-29. 
  10. ^ "Mexican Charts - Primera Fila". Archived from the original on 21 September 2010. Retrieved 2 February 2016. 
  11. ^ "Thalia – Chart history" Billboard Top Latin Albums for Thalia. Retrieved June 12, 2016.
  12. ^ "Thalia – Chart history" Billboard Latin Pop Albums for Thalia. Retrieved June 12, 2016.