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Malu - Por Una Vez (2004)

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Malu - Por Una Vez (2004)

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1 	Jugar Con Fuego (Take It Low) 	
2 	Malas Tentaciones 	
3 	Enamorada    (Featuring – David Demaría)
4 	Baila 	
5 	Sin Ti Todo Anda Mal 	
6 	Me Quedó Grande Tu Amor 	
7 	Devuélveme La Vida	(Featuring – Antonio Orozco)
8 	Ven A Pervertirme 	
9 	Por Una Vez 	
10 	Aprendiz 	
11 	Corazón Partío	(Featuring – Alejandro Sanz)
12 	No Me Extraña Nada 	
13 	Duele 	
14 	Toda 	
15 	A Tu Vera 	
16 	Como Una Flor 	
17 	Te Amo Por Eso		(Featuring [Con] – Paco De Lucía)
18 	Al Alba		(Featuring [Con] – Pepe De Lucía)


Spanish pop singer Malú made her smash hit debut as a teenager in the late '90s and continued to remain successful over the years that followed. Born María Lucía Sánchez Benítez on March 12, 1982 in Madrid, Spain, she was the niece of legendary flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía. In 1998, while still a teenager, she made her full-length debut with Aprendiz, on which she collaborated with singer/songwriter Alejandro Sanz on a couple songs, including the smash hit title track. Firmly establishing her as one of the most exciting new voices on the Spanish pop scene, Aprendiz reached the Top Ten of the albums chart and spawned several singles in addition to the title track. Her second album, Cambiarás, was released one year later; although it failed to reach the Top Ten, it spawned another bunch of singles.

Malú rebounded with her third album, 2001's Esta Vez, which marked a break with Jesús Yanes, the producer of her first two full-length efforts. Recorded in Miami with producer Estéfano, who had recently worked with Paulina Rubio on her commercial blockbuster Paulina, Esta Vez reached the Top Five of the Spanish albums chart and spawned five singles. (All but one of the singles were penned by Estéfano.) Fourth album Otra Piel (2003), a collaboration with producer Kiko Campos, was another Top Ten hit. The live album Por una Vez (2004) came next. Recorded live in Madrid, it includes guest appearances by Alejandro Sanz, Antonio Orozco, and Paco de Lucía. --- Jason Birchmeier, allmusic.com

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