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Natalia Oreiro discography

Natalia Oreiro discography
Releases
Studio albums 3
Compilation albums 5
Singles 11
Music videos 9
Soundtracks 3

This is the discography of Natalia Oreiro, a Uruguayan pop-rock singer.

Studio albums

Studio albums

Title Album details Sales
Natalia Oreiro 1.600.000
Tu Veneno 3.600.000
Turmalina 1.800.000

Compilation albums

Year Information
1999 Natalia Oreiro re-edición
2001 Natalia Oreiro: release for Poland (Poland)
Natalia Oreiro 2001 (Czech republic)
Natalia Oreiro 2001 (Hungary)
Natalia Oreiro 2001 From Naty With Love: for Israel
2003 Natalia Oreiro Turmalina - Kachorra edition

Singles

Year Title Chart positions Album
Hot Latin Tracks Argentina Top 100
1998 "Que Sí, Que Sí" - - Natalia Oreiro
1998 "De tu amor" - -
"Cambio dolor" - -
1999 "Me Muero de Amor" - -
"Huracán" - -
2000 "Tu Veneno" 26[1] - Tu Veneno
"Río De La Plata" - -
2001 "Cómo te olvido" - 11[2]
"Basta de ti" - -
"Un Ramito de Violetas" - 39
2002 "Cuesta Arriba, Cuesta Abajo" - 20 Turmalina
"Que digan lo que quieran" - 10

Music videos

Year Title Director Album
1998 Que si, que si ?
Natalia Oreiro
De tu amor ?
Cambio dolor ?
1999 Me muero de amor José Luis Mazza
2000 Tu veneno Aaron White
Tu veneno
Rio de la plata José Luis Mazza
2001 Como te olvido ?
2002 Que digan, lo que quieran Nahuel Lerena
Turmalina

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