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Habla El Corazón
Studio album by Yuridia
October 31, 2006 (Mexico) December 5, 2006 (United States)
Pop, trip hop, neo-psychedelia
Sony Music Latin
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Habla El Corazón
Habla El Corazón is Mexican singer Yuridia’s second album, which was released on December 5 in the United States and October 31 in Latin America.
1 About the album
4 Track listing
About the album
Habla El Corazón(The Heart Speaks) contains covers from various international rock songs of the 1980s and early 1990s. Nine songs are sung in Spanish, while The Rose is sung in English.
The first single from this album is Como Yo Nadie Te Ha Amado, a cover of Bon Jovi’s This Ain’t A Love Song. On the day of its release, Habla El Corazón reached #1 in the Mexican Top 100 albums chart and debuted at #15 in the Billboard Latin Albums chart, topping Yuridia’s former album, which peaked at #16. Recently Habla El Corazón peaked at number #14 which has now topped her debut number.
Como Yo Nadie Te Ha Amado was released on October 2006 and quickly gained airplay in various stations across Latin America. It peaked within the top 5 in Mexico and in the top 20 in Latin America. Como Yo has become Yuridia’s most successful song in the U.S., peaking at 16 in the Hot Latin Tracks chart.
On March 2007, Habla El Corazon, the second single, was released and has already charted in the Mexican Top 100.
1.Como Yo Nadie Te Ha Amado
2. Habla El Corazon
United States (RIAA)
2× Platinum (Latin)
^shipments figures based on certification alone
“Siempre Te Amaré (Every Breath You Take)”
“Como Yo Nadie Te Ha Amado” (This Ain’t a Love Song)”
“Habla El Corazón” (Listen to Your Heart)”
“Otro Día Mas” (Just Another Day)”
“Todo Lo Que Hago Lo Hago Por Tí” ((Everything I Do) I Do It for You)”
“Eclipse Total De Amor” (Total Eclipse of the