Kudai discography

Kudai discography
Chile, on January 17, 2007.
Releases
Studio albums 3
Live albums 1
Compilation albums 2
Singles 13
Video albums 1
Tours 2

This is a list of albums and singles released by the Chilean Pop rock band Kudai, signed in a record deal with the label EMI and Capitol Records. The band's name comes from the Mapudungun word küdaw, meaning "work".

They released three albums in all latinoamerica Vuelo in 2004, Sobrevive in 2006 and Nadha in 2008, this is the first album of the band in released in United States.

The group is popular mostly among teenagers in South America, the Caribbean, Central America, and Mexico.

Studio albums

Year Album Chart positions Certifications
US ARG MEX
2005 Vuelo
-
1
44[1]
2006 Sobrevive
-
1
39[1]
2008 Nadha
-
3
11[1]

Live albums

Year Album Chart positions Sales/certification
US ARG MEX
2007 En Vivo: Desde México
-
-
67[1]

Compilation albums

Year Album
2009 Kudai: Éxitos[4]
  • 1st Compilation Album
  • Release Date: 24 September 2009
  • Formats: CD, digital download
2010 Kudai: Grandes Éxitos

Singles

Year Title Chart positions Album
SP
2004 "Sin Despertar" 22 Vuelo
"Ya Nada Queda" 65
2005 "Escapar" 99
"Lejos De La Ciudad" -
2006 "Déjame Gritar" 88 Sobrevive
"Quiero Mis Quinces" -
"Llévame" 19
2007 "Tal Vez" -
"" -
2008 "Lejos De Aquí" - Nadha
"Nada Es Igual" -
"Hoy Quiero" 1 - Hoy Quiero
2009 "Ladrando a la Luna" 2 - Bolt Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
"Morir De Amor" - Nadha
2009 "Disfraz" - Nadha
2010 "Que Cante la Vida" 3 - Non-album single
"Nuestros destinos" - Nuestros Destinos

Notes:

  • 1 Exclusive single for Chile.
  • 2 Promo Single.
  • 3 Charity single.

DVDs

Year Album Chart positions Sales/certification
US CHI ARG COL SWI AUS ECU
2005 En Vivo - Gira 2004-2005
  • 1st DVD
  • Release Date: 13 December 2005
  • Formats: DVD
-
1
-
-
-
-
-

Tours

Years Number of dates Title
2004–2005 25 En Vivo - Gira 2004-2005
2006–2007 50 Sobrevive Latin American Tour

References

External links

  • Official site (in Spanish)
  • Myspace
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