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Nada es color de rosa

Nada es Color de Rosa
Yuridia
Released September 28, 2009 (Mexico)
Recorded 2009
Genre Latin pop, electronica, indie pop, experimental, progressive rock, chill out
Length 44:09
Label Sony Music Latin
Producer Etore Grenci
Yuridia chronology

Remixes
(2008)
Nada es Color de Rosa
(2009)
Para Mi
(2011)

Nada Es Color De Rosa (Nothing's colored pink;Nothing's easy) is the fourth solo studio album by Mexican artist, Yuridia.[1]

Album development

After a 2 year recording hiatus, Yurida returned to the studio to record this album. Most of the songs were composed by Julio Ramirez Eguia, member of Mexican band, Reik.,[2] Ettore Grenci, and Fernando Pantini. The album was recorded and mixed at Sonic Ranch Studios, El Paso (TX) and Hensons Studios, Los Angeles (CA). Nada Es Color De Rosa was produced by Ettore Grenci and engineered / mixed by Fabrizio Simoncioni.

Promotion

As the release of the album neared, Yuridia went on a promotional tour which took her to cities within the Mexican region, as well as the United States. She also appeared on Spanish-speaking television shows, more noticeably, the show that helped launch her career, La Academia. The producer, Ettore Grenci, composed most of the songs, hand in hand with the singer, who is also the author of two songs on the album, "Un Paso Más" and "Todas Las Noches", a duet with the Italian group Sonohra. This album has sold 120,000 copies worldwide and has been certified Platinum + Gold. The first single, Irremediable, was the #5 Top Song in Mexico. The second single, Me Olvidarás, topped the Top 10 songs, peaking at #9. Contigo, the third single, was on the Top Monitor Latino, peaking at #12. Yuridia released No Me Preguntes Más as her fourth single, which has peaked at the Top Monitor Latino at #2. [3]

Chart performance

The album debuted at No. 91 on the AMPROFON chart, and then went on to move up to peak at No. 1. A month after its release, Nada Es Color De Rosa received Gold for 45,000 copies. The album was certified Platinum for selling over 80,000 copies. Its last certification has been Platinum + Gold for 120,000 copies.[4]

Singles

  • "Irremediable"

July 29, 2009 Mex, August 10, 2010 USA

  • "Me Olvidaras"

January 10, 2010

  • "Contigo"

June 10, 2010

  • "No Me Preguntes Más"

October 19, 2010

Sales

  • Mexico: 120.000
  • United States: 90.000

Charts and certifications

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Irremediable (Inevitable) (Julio Ramirez/Monica Velez/Etore Grenci)"   3:50
2. "Contigo (With You) (Ettore Grenci/Cecy Leos)"   3:40
3. "Llévame (Take Me) (Ettore Grenci/Cecy Leos/Francesco Chiari)"   4:09
4. "Un Paso Más (Another Step) (Ettore Grenci/Yuridia/Fernando Pantini/Cecy Leos)"   3:44
5. "Como La Marea (Like The Waves) (Ettore Grenci/Mónica Vélez)"   4:12
6. "Me Olvidarás (You Will Forget Me) (Fernando Pantini/Mónica Vélez)"   4:12
7. "Sin Miedo De Caer (Not Afraid To Fall) (Ettore Grenci/Fernando Pantini/Mónica Vélez)"   4:18
8. "Sobrenatural (Supernatural) (Ettore Grenci/Fernando Pantini/Francesco Chiari/Mónica Vélez)"   3:42
9. "Todas Las Noches (Every Night) (Yuridia/Ettore Grenci/Fernando Pantini/Julio Ramirez)"   4:06
10. "Amor En Desamor (Love In Loveless) (Fernando Pantini/Julio Ramirez/Angela Davalos)"   3:50
11. "No Me Preguntes Más (Don't Ask Me Anything Else) (Ettore Grenci/Francesco Chiari/Mónica Vélez)"   3:59

Release history

Region Date
Mexico September 28, 2009
United States October 9, 2009

References

Preceded by
"Celebration" by Madonna
Amprofon Top 100
October 05, 2000 - October 11, 2009
Succeeded by
"She Wolf" by Shakira
Preceded by
"Celebration" by Madonna
Mexico Top 100 number-one album
October 12, 2000 - October 19, 2009
Succeeded by
"She Wolf" by Shakira

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