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Chart history

Thalía (1st studio album)
Released: October 10, 1990
Label: Fonovisa Records
Singles: "Un Pacto Entre los Dos," "Saliva," "Amarillo Azul," "Pienso en Ti"

Mundo de Cristal (2nd studio album)
Released: September 26, 1991
Label: Fonovisa Records
Singles: "En la Intimidad," "Fuego Cruzado," "Sudor"

Love (3rd studio album)
Released: September 9, 1992
Label: Fonovisa Records
Singles: "Love," "Sangre," "La Vida en Rosa (La Vie en Rose)," "María Mercedes,"

En Éxtasis (4th studio album.)
Released: September 12, 1995
Label: EMI
Chart position: #13 Billboard Top Latin Albums
Certification: Latin RIAA: Platino (200,000)
Singles: "Piel Morena," "Amándote," "Gracias a Dios," "Quiero Hacerte el Amor," "María la del Barrio"

Nandito Ako (Philippine only release)
Released: January 24, 1997
Label: EMI
Singles: "Nandito Ako"

Amor a la Mexicana (5th studio album)
Released: July 1, 1997
Label: EMI
Chart position: #6 Billboard Top Latin Albums
Certification: Latin RIAA: Platino (200,000)
Singles: "Amor a la Mexicana," "Por Amor," "Mujer Latina"

Arrasando (6th studio album)
Released: April 25, 2000
Label: EMI
Chart position: #4 Billboard Top Latin Albums
Certification: Latin RIAA: Platino (200,000)
Singles: "Entre el Mar y Una Estrella," "Arrasando," "Regresa a Mi," "Rosalinda (Ay Amor)," "Reencarnación"

Con Banda: Grandes Éxitos
Released: August 28, 2001
Label: EMI
Chart position: #167 Billboard 200, #2 Billboard Top Latin Albums
Certification: Latin RIAA: Oro (100,000)
Singles: "Amor a la Mexicana (Banda Version)"

Thalía (7th studio album)
Released: May 21, 2002
Label: EMI
Chart position: #11 Billboard 200, #1 Billboard Top Latin Albums
Certification: Latin RIAA: Platino (200,000)
Singles: "Tú y Yo," "No Me Enseñaste," "¿A Quién le Importa?," "Dance Dance (The Mexican)"

Thalía's Hits Remixed
Released: February 25, 2003
Label: EMI
Chart position: #7 Billboard Top Latin Albums
Certification: Latin RIAA: Oro (100,000)

Thalía (English) (8th studio album)
Released: July 8, 2003
Label: EMI
Singles: "I Want You" / "Me Pones Sexy," "Baby, I'm in Love" / "Alguien Real," "Cerca de Ti"

Greatest Hits (1st greatest hits album)
Released: February 10, 2004
Label: EMI
Chart position: #128 Billboard 200, #2 Billboard Top Latin Albums
Certification: Latin RIAA: Platino (200,000)
Singles: "Acción y Reacción"

El Sexto Sentido (9th studio album)
Released: July 19, 2005
Label: EMI
Chart position: #63 Billboard 200, #3 Billboard Top Latin Albums
Certification: Latin RIAA: Platino (200,000)
Singles: "Amar Sin Ser Amada," "Un Alma Sentenciada," "Seducción," "No, No, No", "Olvídame"

All regularly released music singles and their chart peak position: Billboard Hot 100 (Hot 100), Hot Dance Club Play (HDM), Hot Latin Tracks (HLT), Latin Pop Airplay (LPA), and Latin Tropical Airplay (LTA).

Year Single Peak positions[9] Album
1995 "Piel Morena" – – 7 4 – En Éxtasis
1996 "Gracias a Dios" – – 26 8 – En Éxtasis
1996 "Amándote" – – – – – En Éxtasis
1996 "Quiero Hacerte el Amor" – – – – – En Éxtasis
1996 "Maria la del Barrio" – – 30 14 – En Éxtasis
1997 "Amor a la Mexicana" – – 6 – – Amor a la Mexicana
1997 "Por Amor" – – – – – Amor a la Mexicana
1997 "Mujer Latina" – – – – – Amor a la Mexicana
2000 "Entre el Mar y Una Estrella" – – 1 1 1 Arrasando
2000 "Regresa a Mi" – – 19 12 – Arrasando
2000 "Arrasando" – – – 25 – Arrasando
2001 "Rosalinda (Ay Amor)" – – 46 23 37 Arrasando
2001 "Reencarnación" – – 30 17 – Arrasando
2001 "Amor a la Mexicana" [Banda Version] – – – – – Con Banda, Grandes Éxitos
2002 "Tú y Yo" – – 1 4 3 Thalía
2002 "No Me Enseñaste" – – 1 3 1 Thalía
2003 "¿A Quién Le Importa?" – – 9 5 7 Thalía
2003 "Dance Dance (The Mexican)" – 6 – – – Thalía
2003 "I Want You" / "Me Pones Sexy" 22 27 9 9 3 Thalía (English)
2003 "Baby, I'm in Love" / "Alguien Real" – 12 – – – Thalía (English)
2004 "Don't Look Back" – 9 – – – Thalía (English)
2004 "Cerca de Ti" – – 1 3 4 Thalía (English) / Greatest Hits
2004 "Acción y Reacción" – – – – – Greatest Hits
2005 "Amar Sin Ser Amada" – – 2 7 8 El Sexto Sentido
2005 "Un Alma Sentenciada" – 37 13 11 6 El Sexto Sentido
2006 "Seducción" – – 32 14 23 El Sexto Sentido
2006 "Cantando Por Un Sueño" 1 – – – – – El Sexto Sentido Re+Loaded
2006 "Olvídame" ² – – – – – El Sexto Sentido
2006 "No, No, No" (feat. Aventura) – – 4 4 5 El Sexto Sentido: Re+Loaded

1 Only released in Mexico
² Only released in Latin America

Mambo Café (1999)

[edit] Soap operas (telenovelas)
Rosalinda (1999)
María la del Barrio (1995/96)
Marimar (1994
María Mercedes (1992)
Luz y Sombra (1989)
Quinceañera (1987/88)
Pobre Señorita Limantour (1987)



Thalía (1990)
In 1990, she released her first album Thalía. Produced by Alfredo Diaz Ordaz, Thalía released the album in October, 1990 through Fonovisa Records. She earned a gold record the following year in Mexico.[citation needed] The album spawned the singles "Un Pacto entre los Dos," "Salíva," "Amarillo Azul," and "Pienso en Ti."

Mundo de Cristal
In 1991, Thalia traveled to Spain and starred in different television programs. That same year she released her second studio album, Mundo de Cristal, produced by Alfredo Diaz Ordaz. The album went gold in Mexico.[citation needed] Mundo de Cristal, released by Fonovisa, spawned three Mexican top ten hits ("Sudor," "En la Intimidad," and "Fuego Cruzado").

Thalía's third album, Love, which was recorded in Spain, was produced by Luis Carlos Esteban and released in 1992. That year was also the beginning of a successful acting career in México. The record includes the Mexican number one hits "Love" and "Sangre". It also contains the top 10 hit "La Vida en Rosa," a Spanish-French adaptation of Édith Piaf's signature song, "La Vie en Rose," and the theme song of the telenovela María Mercedes.

In 1992, Thalía starred in Televisa's telenovela María Mercedes, following a series of others like Marimar, María la del Barrio, and Rosalinda, which all have been sold to 110 countries and viewed by millions of viewers. Her soap operas have been shown throughout Latin America and countries like China, Indonesia, Greece, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Spain and USA, among others. Her telenovelas are based on adaptations of the Cinderella story. The main character is born in poverty and meets a wealthy young man; later, they get married.

En Éxtasis
In 1995, Thalía left Melody/Fonovisa Records for EMI and released her label debut, En Éxtasis. Produced by Óscar López and Latin Pop impresario Emilio Estefan Jr., En Extasis contains her first major international hit, "Piel Morena." Other singles from the album include the Juan Gabriel cover "Gracias a Dios," the A.B. Quintanilla-written "Amandote," and "Quiero Hacerte el Amor." "María la del Barrio", which is also featured on the album, was the theme song of the same-named telenovela, where Thalía starred as the lead.

Nandito Ako
Released on February 1, 1997, Thalía recorded an album titled Nandito Ako for the Philippine market, which was recorded partly in Filipino. The album contains 4 Tagalog songs, 5 English versions of songs featured on En Extasis and 1 remix. The first and only single off the album was "Nandito Ako."

That same year, Atlantic Records released the soundtrack for the animated feature film Anastasia, which included the Spanish version of Journey to the Past as a bonus track and performed by Thalía.

25 April 1997 was declared "Thalía Day" in Los Angeles, California, USA.[6] She has been named one of the "25 (or 50) Most Beautiful People," seven times by the magazine People en Español.[7]

Amor a la Mexicana
Later in 1997, Emilio Estefan Jr. produced Thalía's sixth studio album, Amor a la Mexicana. Most of the songs featured on this album were written by Kike Santander, who was responsible for her breakthrough hit "Piel Morena." The album brought forward hits such as "Amor a la Mexicana," "Por Amor," and "Mujer Latina." The Brazilian version of the album contains three Portuguese versions of songs on the album. In France, it was released as Por Amor, including 2 bonus remixes. The remix of "Amor a la Mexicana" became the main single of the album. As result of this, the single received heavy promotion and managed to peak at number 11 in France. As part of its 2005 campaign, EMI re-released the album with remastered sound and four bonus club remixes.

After taking a 2-year pause, Thalía came back in 2000 with her third Emilio Estefan-produced studio album, Arrasando. The album was released on April 25 and "Entre el Mar y Una Estrella" was released as the first single. The singles "Entre el Mar y Una Estrella," "Arrasando," "Regresa a Mí," and "Reencarnación" were all Spanish radio hits. "Entre el Mar y Una Estrella" topped Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks and Latin Pop Airplay, becoming her first single to do so. All the other singles charted the top 25 on the Latin Pop Airplay chart.

As result of the success of the album, at the end of the year, Thalía was nominated in two Latin Grammy categories - "Best Female Pop Vocal Album" and "Best Sound Engineered Album." She won the latter and lost the first one to Christina Aguilera's Mi Reflejo.

Con Banda: Grandes Exitos
On August 28, 2001, Thalía released her compilation album Con Banda: Grandes Éxitos. The tribute album to her native country features many of her hits, which were re-recorded with the typical Mexican banda sound. Also included are two remixes and two new tracks ("La Revancha" and "Cuco Peña"), of which the Thalía-written "La Revancha" was only released in Mexico. A music video was filmed for the remix version of "Amor a la Mexicana," which was featured on the album. The remix was not a re-release of the original song. The Guillermo Gil-produced compilation was nominated for a 2002 Latin Grammy Award for "Best Banda Album."

Thalía (2002)
In 2002, Thalía released her seventh studio album, Thalía, which was largely written and produced by Estéfano. Buoyed by a pair of Hot Latin Tracks chart-topping singles ("Tú y Yo" and "No Me Enseñaste") and a top-ten hit ("¿A Quién Le Importa?"). This album also comes with three English songs, including the Dead or Alive cover "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)." The record held the number one spot for 6 consecutive weeks on the Top Latin Albums chart, and it reached the 11th spot on the Billboard 200 album chart. The album was later certified platino in the U.S. for sales over 200,000. The Estéfano and Julio Reyes-written power ballad "No Me Enseñaste" is likely her biggest hit from the album, receiving many Latin Billboard nominations and chart-topping success. It was a number one hit on Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks and reached the number 5 position in Argentina.

Thalía was nominated in one Latin Grammy category - "Female Pop Vocal Album," and in four Latin Billboard categories - "Pop Track: Female" (No Me Enseñaste), "Tropical Track: Female" ("No Me Enseñaste"), "Premio de la Audiencia," and "Pop Album: Female". She won the last two awards.

Hits Remixed

Thalía in concert (Los Angeles, CA, 2004)In 2003, Thalia also released Hits Remixed, a compilation that features remixes of her hits under the EMI label. Aside from the remixes, the album also contains the English version of "Arrasando," entitled "It's My Party," which was released in Greece.

Thalía (2003)
Later in 2003, Thalía released her first crossover-album to English Thalía. The album doesn't contain Latin rhythms like her previous EMI albums, but instead it's a pop album. The album features the hit "I Want You", which also featured American rapper Fat Joe. The song became a number one hit in Argentina and Brazil, peaking at number 11 on the United World Chart[citation needed] and it peaked at number 22 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States. Its Spanish version, "Me Pones Sexy," also features Fat Joe and peaked at number 9 on the Hot Latin Tracks chart. Other singles from the album include "Baby, I'm in Love," and "Don't Look Back." Both tracks were less successful.

Greatest Hits
In 2003, Thalía released a clothing line, exclusively available at selected Kmart stores, under the brand name Thalía Sodi Collection.[8] Thalia has also sold her own brand of Hershey's chocolate.

At the end of 2003, EMI decided that it was time for Thalía to release a greatest hits album. This release came in February 2004. Simply entitled Greatest Hits, the compilation features hits during her EMI era, from "Piel Morena" to "Acción y Reacción." The ballad "Cerca de Ti" was the third Spanish single from her 2003 crossover album. The song was a huge hit on the Latin charts, peaking at the top of Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks chart. "Acción y Reacción," originally recorded for her 2002 album, Thalía, didn't make it as a cut on the album. The demo version of the song leaked in May 2002 and it was well-accepted by the fans. Thalía decided to re-record and re-arrange "Acción y Reacción" and release it as a track on her Greatest Hits album. It was eventually released as a single in 2004. The track is about Thalía's relationship with Tommy Mottola. Despite acceptance among fans,"Acción y Reacción" didn't chart at all on Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks chart.

El Sexto Sentido
El Sexto Sentido, Thalía's ninth studio album. was released on July 19, 2005 and was recorded mostly in the Spanish, but with a few of the cuts performed in English. The album received a luke-warm response from the public and critics alike. It debuted at number one in her native Mexico, where it sold 80,000 copies in its first week. "Amar Sin Ser Amada," a rock-edged & tango-based song, was the first single of the album, and it peaked at number 9 in Mexico. The track peaked at number 2 on the Hot Latin Tracks chart. For the second single, the ballad "Un Alma Sentenciada" was chosen, hoping to be the "No Me Enseñaste" of the album. However, the reaction was less positive because it failed to crack the Top 40, peaking at number 47 in Mexico. "Seducción," a high-energy pop track and fan-favorite, became the third single. This single peaked at number 4 in Mexico.

On June 6, 2006, El Sexto Sentido was re-released under the name of El Sexto Sentido: Re+Loaded, which included three brand new songs and a remix. One of these new tracks, "Cantando Por un Sueño," the title track of the TV show with the same name, was released as the first single from the Re+Loaded release, but only in Mexico. The song was only released as a promo for the TV show, and Thalía decided to promote the fifth single, "Olvídame." The song didn't become a success. "No, No, No," another new track on the Re+Loaded re-release, which features Anthony "Romeo" Santos from the Latin band Aventura, was chosen to be the sixth and last single. The Latin ballad became an instant success; it topped the airplay chart in Puerto Rico and became a top 5 hit on the Hot Latin Tracks chart. The song won an award for 'Best Pop Song of the Year' at the 2007 Premios lo Nuestro.

This album received several nominations from the Latin Grammy Awards, Billboard Latin Music Awards, Orgullosamente Latino Awards, Oye Awards, Premios Juventud and Premios lo Nuestro.

Other releases
Thalía Mix [Melody/Fonovisa] (1993)
Los Deseos de Thalía: Grandes Exitos [Melody/Fonovisa] (1994)
20 Kiliates Musicales [Melody/Fonovisa] (1996)
Bailando en Éxtasis [EMI] (1997)
Mis Mejores Momentos: Para Coleccionistas [Melody/Fonovisa] (1998)
Jugo de Exitos [Melody/Fonovisa] (1998)
Serie Millennium: 21 [Melody/Fonovisa] (1999)
Serie Sensacional: La Sensacion de Thalia [Melody/Fonovisa] (2000)
Serie 32 [Melody/Fonovisa] (2001)
15 Exitos [Melody/Fonovisa] (2002)
Edicion Limitada [Melody/Fonovisa] (2002)
Esenciales: The Ultimate Collection [Melody/Fonovisa] (2002)
Oro: Grandes Exitos [Melody/Fonovisa] (2004)
Grandes Exitos [Melody/Fonovisa] (2004)
The Sixth Sense (El Sexto Sentido) [EMI] (2005)
Combo de Exitos: Somos la Historia [Melody/Fonovisa] (2006)
Anastasia Soundtrack (1997)

With Timbiriche
Timbiriche VII (1987)
Timbiriche VIII-IX (1988)
Los Clásicos de Timbiriche (1989)

Mambo Cafe (1999)
Greatest Hits (2004)
Combo de Exitos: Somos la Historia (2006)
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