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Belanova discography

Belanova discography
Releases
Studio albums 5
Singles 15
Music videos 19

The discography of Mexican synthpop group Belanova includes five studio albums, two live albums, three DVDs, and numerous singles and music videos.

Albums

All regularly released albums and their chartpositions in Mexico (MEX),[1] U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums (USA),[2]

Year Title Chart positions Sales/Certification
MEX USA
2003 Cocktail 5 ~ AMPROFON Certification: Gold (50,000+)
2005 Dulce Beat
  • 2nd Studio Album
  • Released: 21 June 2005
  • Formats: CD, Digital Download
1 59 AMPROFON Certification: 2x Platinum (200,000+)
CAPIF Certification: Gold (20,000+)
2006 Dulce Beat Live
  • Live Album
  • Released: 1 November 2006
  • Formats: CD+DVD, DVD, Digital Download
11 ~ AMPROFON Certification: Gold (50,000+)
2007 Fantasía Pop
  • 3rd Studio Album
  • Released: 10 September 2007
  • Formats: CD, Digital Download
1 18 AMPROFON Certification: Platinum (100,000+)
AMPROFON Certification: 2x Diamond (Digital Sales) (500,000+)
2008 Tour Fantasía Pop
  • Live Album
  • Released: 9 December 2008
  • Formats: CD+DVD, Digital Download
27 ~ Unavailable
2010 Sueño Electro I
  • 4th Studio Album
  • Released: 25 October 2010
  • Formats: CD, Digital Download
6 5 Unavailable
2011 Sueño Electro II
  • 5th Studio Album
  • Released: 6 September 2011
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, Digital Download
19 15 Unavailable
2013 TBA
  • 6th Studio Album
  • Released: TBA 2013

Singles

All regularly released singles and their chart positions in U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs (US Hot Latin Songs),[3] U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay (US Latin Pop Airplay),[4] Spanish Official Top 20 Airplay Chart (SPA),[5]

Year Title Album Peak positions
US Hot Latin Songs US Latin Pop Airplay COL
2003 "Tus Ojos" Cocktail ~ 1 ~
"Suele Pasar" ~ 2 ~
2004 "Aún Así Te Vas" 17 14
2005 "Me Pregunto" Dulce Beat 12 1 26
"Por Ti" 11 1 22
2006 "Rosa Pastel" Dulce Beat 2.0 5 2 7
"Niño" Dulce Beat Live 9 1
2007 "Baila Mi Corazón" Fantasía Pop 9 1 10
"Cada Que..." 3 1 9
2008 "One, Two, Three, Go! (1, 2, 3, Go!)" 6 1 34
"Paso El Tiempo" Tour Fantasía Pop 23 5 49
2010 "Nada De Más" Sueño Electro I 15 1
"No Me Voy a Morir" 26 1
2011 "Mariposas" Sueño Electro II 23 8
"Hasta El Final" 21 1
Promotional Singles
Year Title Album Peak positions
US Hot Latin Songs US Latin Pop Airplay SPA
2003 "Y..." Cocktail 6 4 2
2006 "Soñar" Dulce Beat 2 1 7
"Eres Tú" High School Musical Soundtrack 1 1 1
2007 "Toma Mi Mano" Fantasía Pop 19 23 12
2011 "Tic-Toc" Sueño Electro II 32 2 12
2012 "Únete Al Movimiento" N/A 5 3 12
Other Charted Songs
Year Title Album Peak positions
MEX
2010 "Sólo Para Mí" Sueño Electro I 1
"Y Mi Corazón..." 8

Videography

DVD releases

  • Dulce Beat Live 2006 México
  • Tour Fantasia Pop Live 2008 México
  • Sueño Electro II Deluxe Edition 2011 México

Official Music Videos

  • "Tus Ojos"

Released in 2003 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Guadalajara, México and directed by Harry.
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  • "Suele Pasar"

Released in 2003 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Toluca, México and directed by Harry.
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  • "Aún Así Te Vas"

Released in 2004 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Mexico City and directed by Studio Monitor.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Me Pregunto"

Released in 2005 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Mexico City and directed by Ricardo Calderon.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Por Ti"

Released in 2005 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Mexico City and directed by Oliver Castro.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Rosa Pastel"

Released in 2006 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Mexico City and directed by Chicle.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Eres Tú"

Released in 2006 by Walt Disney Records Latino
Filmed in Mexico City.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Niño"

Released in 2006 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Guadalajara and directed by José Marquez.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Baila Mi Corazón"

Released in 2007 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Mexico City and directed by Oliver Castro.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Toma Mi Mano"

Released in 2007 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Mexico City and directed by Pipitol Ibarra.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Cada Que..."

Released in 2007 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Mexico City and directed by Ángel Flores.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "One, Two, Three, Go! (1, 2, 3, Go!)"

Released in 2008 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Mexico City and directed by Jesús Rodríguez.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Paso El Tiempo"

Released in 2007 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Mexico City and directed by Ángel Flores.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Nada De Más"

Released in 2010 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Mexico City and directed by Simon Brand.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "No Me Voy A Morir"

Released in 2010 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Hidalgo, Mexico and directed by Simon Brand.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Pow Pow"

Released in 2010 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Mexico City and directed by Belanova.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Mariposas"

Released in 2011 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Mexico City and directed by Daniel Robles Madrigal.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Tic-Toc (feat. Lena Katina)"

Released in 2011 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Los Angeles and directed by Daniel Robles Madrigal.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Hasta El Final"

Released in 2011 by Universal Music México
Filmed in Mexico City and directed by Daniel Robles Madrigal.
Watch the video On YouTube

  • "Únete Al Movimiento"

Released in 2012 by Universal Music México
Watch the video On YouTube

Notes and references

  1. ^ Mexican Albums Chart
  2. ^ U.S. Albums Chart
  3. ^ U.S. Hot Latin Tracks
  4. ^ U.S. Latin Pop Airplay
  5. ^ ProMusicae Top 20 Airplay Chart
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