Luis Miguel - Ritmo Disco album flac
Title: Ritmo Disco
MP3 album: 1968 mb
FLAC album: 1175 mb
Other formats: MPC MP3 APE AA DXD RA TTA
Genre: Latin / Not albums / Pop
Luis Miguel is a Mexican pop singer. He is best known for his smooth, crooning vocals and romantic ballads. Luis Miguel has been one of the most popular singers in Latin America since the early 1980s, and is commonly referred to as El Sol de México ("The Sun of Mexico"). Luis Miguel has won four Latin Grammy Awards and five Grammy Awards, and received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at the age of 26. Notes; 1 Promo release only in Mexico. 2 Promo release only for the clubs.
Luis Miguel is the self-titled nineteenth studio album released worldwide by Mexican pop singer Luis Miguel on September 14, 2010. This album celebrates the singer's 30 years in music. This is the first studio album of the artist since Cómplices, and the first time that Luis Miguel releases two studio albums in a row since 1990. There were rumours of the possible title of this album since March, but neither the name or the new album were confirmed by the artist of by Warner Music
Luis Miguel is to be admired for his steadfast homage to the classic Mexican bolero, the romantic ballad that emerged in the 1950s. Over the course of 10 years, he produced four albums of bolero remakes, and introduced them to new generations of music fans. But enough was enough. With 33, Luis Miguel returns to the torchy pop ballads that were his forte before his bolero phase. It's good to report that Miguel is in great shape. There were rumours of the possible title of this album since March, but neither the name or the new album were confirmed by the artist of by Warner Music.
|A||Que Tal, Soy Luis Miguel|
|B1||1 + 1 = Enamorados|
|B2||Lo Que Me Gusta|
|B4||Directo Al Corazon|
|B8||No Me Puedes Dejar Asi|
|B9||Ya Nunca Mas|
|B10||Juego De Amigos|
|B11||Negro Es Negro|
- Manufactured By – EMI Capitol De Mexico, S.A. De C.V.
Notes"Promotional record. Not for sale"
It was a special gift from the Mexican magazine "Ritmo" in 1984.
Never was sold on stores.
Side A: The story of Luis Miguel narrated by himself
Side B: Medley with all his greatest hits