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Albums 11 Jul 06 0
Sigo Siendo Yo is a greatest hits album by Marc Anthony released in 2006. Unlike previous Marc Anthony compilations, this album features songs from the albums Marc Anthony to Valió La Pena. Therefore, this compilation album does not contain songs from his RMM years. The album also contains two original songs. Que Precio Tiene el Cielo was awarded Tropical Airplay of the Year in the 2007 Latin Billboard Music Awards.
Albums 27 Jul 04 0
“Valió la pena” it is the name of the studio album by Puerto Rican singer Marc Anthony. It was released by Sony Music Latin on July 27, 2004, directed by Sergio George. The album is a re edition of his previous album, “Amar Sin Mentiras” but in salsa. The classic song “Lamento borincano” was included in this new album. Like his previous album, “Valió la pena” became #1 on the hit parade of Billboard Top Latin Albums.
Albums 21 May 02 0
Mended is the sixth overall solo studio album and second English studio album by American Latin pop singer-songwriter Marc Anthony, released on May 21, 2002 by Columbia Records and Sony Discos. It was re-released with two bonus tracks in 2003 as Mended: Bonus Tracks.
After going through several release date changes, Marc Anthony released his second English studio album, Mended in mid-2002, shortly after issuing Libre. Mended delivers more of Anthony’s passionate, urgent songs of love and betrayal, destined for mass consumption. The album features the hit singles “I’ve Got You”, the Spanish version “Te Tengo Aqui”, “Love Won’t Get Any Better,” as well as the well-known single “Tragedy.” Bruce Springsteen composed a song, “I’ll Stand By You Always”, for Marc Anthony but the song was omitted from the album for unknown reasons.
The album was certified Platinum by the CRIA in October 2002 (100,000 units) and the single “I’ve Got You” was featured on the 2002 compilation album Now That’s What I Call Music! 10.
Albums 14 Sep 99 0
Marc Anthony is the self-titled Latin/pop album by American singer Marc Anthony. It is Anthony’s first solo album in English, and fourth overall. The album debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200 and has since gone 3x Platinum in the United States. This was Anthony’s first English album since his 1991 effort, “When the Night is Over”, in which he recorded with Little Louie Vega.
Albums 21 Oct 97 0
Contra la Corriente (Against the Current) is the third studio album released by American singer Marc Anthony on October 21, 1997 by RMM Records. The album was produced by Puerto Rican musician Angel “Cucco” Peña, with most of the songs written by Panamanian composer Omar Alfanno. The album was well received by critics who praised the vocals of Anthony as well as the songs. The album produced six singles, four of which peaked on the top ten on the Hot Latin Tracks chart. Promoted by a sold-out concert in Madison Square Garden, Contra la Corriente became the first salsa album reach number one on the Top Latin Albums chart and to chart on the Billboard 200.
Contra la Corriente received a Grammy Award and a Latin Billboard Award, and was named the eighth best album of 1997 by Time magazine. It has sold over 400,000 copies as of 2000. The album received a gold certification for shipping of 500,000 copies in the United States. This was the last album that Marc Anthony recorded under RMM Records before switching over to Columbia Records to record his first self-titled English album.
Albums 30 May 95 0
Todo a Su Tiempo (English: All in Due Time) is the second studio album by American recording artist Marc Anthony, released by RMM Records on May 30, 1995. The album was produced by Sergio George, who was also involved with production of Anthony’s debut studio album, Otra Nota. The album comprises five new compositions, three of which were written by Omar Alfanno, and four cover versions. Eight singles were released from the album, all of which topped the Billboard Tropical Songs chart.
Albums 26 Jan 93 0
Otra Nota is the debut album by American singer Marc Anthony that was released on January 26, 1993, by RMM Records. Produced by Sergio George, it was the first album by Anthony to record in salsa after starting his career as a freestyle musician. Recording of the album began after Anthony asked RMM president Ralph Mercado to record Juan Gabriel’s “Hasta Que Te Conocí” in salsa after hearing it on the radio during a taxi ride. Recorded on a low budget, the album peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Tropical Albums chart and reached No. 30 on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart.