10 Songs, 29 Minutes


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4.0 out of 5
8 Ratings
8 Ratings
Uriel Hernandez


I just cant believe that you guys have this cd on ITUNES. These are LUCERITO's first songs. It brings me soo many memories. I highly recommend this Cd for your collection. Vendra is one of my favorite songs. Viernes is also a very good song. I hope MUSART releases more of these songs.Thank You so Much for making my day with this CD.


I been waiting for this...

Vaya!!! hasta que por fin tunes decidio hacer esto, ahora solo espero que pronto pongan los videos de Lucero


Buena compilacion -

Esta compilacion sabra cuando fue lanzada - algunos de los temas son del disco que saco en 1982 y tiene temas de los discos Con Tan Pocos Anos (1984) y Un Pedacito de Mi (1986). Estos temas fueron lanzados mucho despues de la epoca de Chispita.

Tengo toda la collecion - es la primera vez que oigo de este album.

About Lucero

Famed throughout the world as La Novia de America, Mexican pop singer Lucero began as a child actress in early-'80s productions like Alegrías de Mediodía and Chispita. As a teen, she appeared in the film Coqueta, which also featured Pedro Fernández, and earned her the nickname "Queen of the Telenovelas," acting in no less than nine soap operas, including Cuando Llega el Amor, Los Parientes Pobres, and Lazos de Amor.

Beginning in the early '80s, Lucero also had a concurrent musical career, including Top Ten Mexican albums, beginning with her 1982 debut Te Prometo. Releasing over 15 albums of rancheras, mariachi music, and Latin pop before the year 2000, she became a reliable platinum seller and chart-topper in Mexico, including her biggest hit, 1998's Cerca de Ti. Into the 2010s, Lucero was still reaching and charting highly with albums such as 2011's Mi Secreto de Amor and 2012's Un Lu*Jo (the latter a duets album with Joan Sebastian). Following 2014's romantic ballad collection Aquí Estoy, Lucero released 2017's Enamorada con Banda, a set of popular hits recorded in the banda style. ~ Heather Phares

Mexico City, Mexico
August 29, 1969




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