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List of number-one albums of 2009 (México)


The highest-selling compact discs and music downloads in Mexico are ranked in the Top 100 Mexico record chart published weekly by AMPROFON (Asociación Mexicana de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas), a non-profit organization made up of Mexican and multinational record companies.[1][2]

In 2009, 20 albums reached number one on the chart, including Primera Fila, a live album recorded by Vicente Fernández that spent seven non-consecutive weeks at the top, and won the Latin Grammy Award for Best Ranchero Album.[3] Lines, Vines and Trying Times by Jonas Brothers and No Line on the Horizon by U2 peaked at number one in the Billboard 200 in the United States and also reached the top position of the Mexican chart.[4][5] Shakira's seventh studio album Loba debuted at number one and was certified platinum in the first week of sales.[6]

Wisin & Yandel and Alejandro Fernández released the most number one albums of the year with two each. Fernández released the compilation album De Noche: Clásicos a Mi Manera and the double album Dos Mundos. Dos Mundos includes Evolución, a pop music album, and Tradición, a ranchera music album; both albums debuted at the top two spots on this chart, and also in the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart in the United States.[7][8] Thalía also peaked at the top of the chart with her first live album Primera Fila. The album is her first release with Sony Music Latin after 10 years signed with EMI, and features the singer performing with a 12-piece band.[9][10]

Thriller 25, the 25th anniversary special-edition reissue of the album recorded by the American singer Michael Jackson in 1982, also reached number one after the singer's death on June 25, with the album also peaking at the top of the American digital sales charts.[11] Madonna's third compilation album Celebration earned the top spot of the chart and received a platinum certification in México for sales of over 80,000 units.[12] The soundtrack for the Mexican soap opera Atrévete a Soñar became the best-selling album of the year in the country.[13]

Albums

Chart date Album Artist Reference
January 5 De Noche: Clásicos a Mi Manera Alejandro Fernández [14]
January 12 [15]
January 19 Primera Fila Vicente Fernández [16]
January 26 [17]
February 2 De Noche: Clásicos a Mi Manera Alejandro Fernández [18]
February 9 Primera Fila Vicente Fernández [19]
February 16 De Noche: Clásicos a Mi Manera Alejandro Fernández [20]
February 23 The Bossa Masters Various Artists [21]
March 2 Primera Fila Vicente Fernández [22]
March 9 No Line on the Horizon U2 [23]
March 16 [24]
March 23 [25]
March 30 Primera Fila Vicente Fernández [26]
April 6 Wisin & Yandel Presentan: La Mente Maestra DJ Nesty and Wisin & Yandel [27]
April 13 Primera Fila Vicente Fernández [28]
April 20 Isa TKM Soundtrack [29]
April 27 Sounds of the Universe Depeche Mode [30]
May 4 Atrévete a Soñar Soundtrack [31]
May 11 Primera Fila Vicente Fernández [32]
May 18 Atrévete a Soñar Soundtrack [33]
May 25 [34]
June 1 La Revolución Wisin & Yandel [35]
June 8 [36]
June 15 Atrévete a Soñar Soundtrack [37]
June 22 Lines, Vines and Trying Times Jonas Brothers [38]
June 29 Atrévete a Soñar Soundtrack [39]
July 6 Thriller 25 Michael Jackson [40]
July 13 [41]
July 20 [42]
July 27 [43]
August 3 [44]
August 10 The Essential Michael Jackson [45]
August 17 La Revolución Wisin & Yandel [46]
August 24 Atrévete a Soñar Soundtrack [47]
August 31 [48]
September 7 Fuerza Natural Gustavo Cerati [49]
September 14 Atrévete a Soñar Soundtrack [50]
September 21 [51]
September 28 Poetics Panda [52]
October 5 Celebration Madonna [53]
October 12 Nada es Color de Rosa Yuridia [54]
October 19 Loba Shakira [55]
October 26 [56]
November 2 [57]
November 9 [58]
November 16 Paraíso Express Alejandro Sanz [59]
November 23 [60]
November 30 [61]
December 7 Primera Fila Thalía [62]
December 14 Dos Mundos: Evolución Alejandro Fernández [63]
December 21 [64]
December 28 [65]

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