Thalía

Ariadna Thalía Sodi Miranda

Also known as Sodi, Thalía Con Banda, Thalía Sodi, Thalia, Thalia Con Banda, Thalia Sodi, Thalia, Miranda Sodi
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.thalia.com/

Discography of Thalía:

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Pages of releases table:
# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label
1

Don't Look Back (Jason Nevins Remixes)

2 mp3 2004 Virgin Records America, Inc.
2

Don't Look Back (Norty Cotto Remixes)

2 mp3 2004 Virgin Records America, Inc.
3

A Quién Le Importa?

4 mp3 2002 Virgin Records America, Inc.
4

Baby, I'm In Love (Norty Cotto Remixes)

3 mp3 2003 Virgin Records America, Inc.
5

Baby, I'm In Love (Boris & Beck Remixes)

3 mp3 2003 Virgin
6

Un Alma Sentenciada (Remixes)

9 mp3 2005-11-00 EMI Latin
7

I Want You

4 mp3 2003 Virgin Records America, Inc.
8

A Quién Le Importa?

3 mp3 2002 EMI Latin
9

Bailando En Éxtasis

9 mp3 1997 EMI
10

Thalia

10 mp3 2003-07-08 Virgin
11

Thalía

10 mp3 1991 Discos Home
12

En Extasis

14 mp3 1995-10-00 EMI Latin
13

A Quién Le Importa?

3 mp3 2002 EMI Latin
14

María La Del Barrio

3 mp3 1995 EMI
15

Thalia's Hits Remixed

11 mp3 2003 EMI
16

Arrasando

12 mp3 2000 EMI
17

Amor A La Mexicana

10 mp3 1997
18

Thalia

13 mp3 2002 EMI
19

20 Kilates Musicales

20 mp3 2005 Univision Music Group
20

Amor A La Mexicana

2 mp3 1998 TIME (2)
21

Thalia

13 mp3 2002 Virgin
22

Thalia, O Fenômeno... En Extasis

6 mp3 1997
23

I Want You

4 mp3 2003 Virgin Records America, Inc.
24

Don't Look Back (Norty Cotto Remixes)

3 mp3 2004 Virgin
25

Thalía

10 mp3 1990 Melody
26

I Want You (Remix)

4 mp3 2003 Virgin Records America, Inc.
27

Serie Millennium 21

21 mp3 1999 Universal
28

I Want You

3 mp3 2003 Virgin
29

I Want You

2 mp3 2003 Virgin
30

Thalia

14 mp3 2003
31

I Want You

4 mp3 2003 Virgin Records America, Inc.
32

Amor A La Mexicana

13 mp3 1997 Emi Music Mexico
33

Dance Dance (The Mexican) (Remixes)

5 mp3 2002 EMI Latin
34

Por Amor

12 mp3 1997 Virgin
35

Grandes Éxitos

14 mp3 2001 EMI
36

Amor A La Mexicana

2 mp3 1997 Virgin
37

Amor A La Mexicana (Remixes)

7 mp3 1997 CMC Records (7)
38

Greatest Hits Video

16 mp3 2004 EMI Latin
39

Baby, I'm In Love (Boris & Beck Remixes)

3 mp3 2003 Virgin
40

En Extasis

14 mp3 1995 EMI Latin
41

I Want You

3 mp3 2003 Virgin
42

Thalia's Hits Remixed

12 mp3 2003 EMI-Odeon, S.A.
43

Tu Y Yo

2 mp3 2002 Virgin
44

Thalia

13 mp3 2002
45

You Know He Never Loved You

2 mp3 2005 EMI
46

Baby, I'm In Love (Remixes)

3 mp3 2003 Virgin
47

I Want You

4 mp3 2003 Virgin Records America
48

En Extasis

13 mp3 1995 EMI Latin
49

Dance, Dance (The Mexican)

5 mp3 2002 Virgin
50

The Sixth Sense

15 mp3 2005-07-20 EMI
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Thalia began her career at the mere age of nine in the Mexican group Din Din. From there she became a star on a Mexican soap opera, performed "Moderna Chica Del Rock" at the Juguemos A Cantar festival; starred in Vaselina, the Latin version of Grease; and joined the group Timbiriche, but she also had her sights on America. By the '80s, while still a teen, she relocated to Los Angeles where she connected with producer Alfredo Diaz Ordaz. Under the guidance of Diaz Ordaz, Thalia recorded three hit Spanish-language albums in the late '80s and early '90s such as Thalia 1990, Mundo De Cristal and Love (Amor). Her fortunes rose considerably by the mid-'90s when she collaborated with another noted Latin producer, Emilio Estefan Jr. on a trio of albums from 1995-2000 such as En Extasis, Amor A La Mexicana and Arrasando.
She was married to music executive Tommy Mottola on December 2, 2000. Since then, she has been living in Connecticut with her husband and their two children, a daughter named Sabrina Sakae and a son named Matthew Alejandro
Her self-titled effort "Thalia", released in 2002, included a cover of Dead Or Alive's '80s club hit "You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)," as well as collaborations with producers and songwriters Estefan Jr., Estefano, Steve Morales (Christina Aguilera, Celine Dion, Marc Anthony, Enrique Iglesias), and Cory Roony (Jennifer Lopez, Destiny's Child).
In September 2002, Thalia grabbed headlines again, but this was no happy occasion. Her sisters, Laura Zapata and Ernestina Sodi, were kidnapped as they left a Mexico City theater where Zapata was starring in a play. Although both were eventually freed, the ordeal kept Thalia away from Mexico for nearly a year.
Flanked by a team of bodyguards, Thalia returned to Mexico in June 2003 to speak out against terrorism. The appearance took place only weeks before the release of her self-titled crossover effort, which again featured collaborations with Rooney and Morales, as well as rapper Fat Joe.
She released her next album in 2005 entitled El Sexto Sentido (The Sixth Sense) with her hit singles Amar Sin Ser Amada, Un Alma Sentenciada, Seduccion, Cantando Por Un Sueño, Olividame, No No No and Un Sueño Para Dos (airplay only). There's also a special edition of ESS album entitled "El Sexto Sentido: Re-Loaded" contains an updated songs with a bonus track La Super Chica.
She released in 2008 with her 10th and last album Lunada ever released by EMI with her hit singles Ten Paciencia and Será Porque Te Amo. This album was only recorded within 3 days. Although the reviews are well-given by the music critics, the album did not have the expected sales as it did not receive any promotion by Thalía's record company, EMI. For this reason she terminated her contract with EMI after 14 years of international success.
She has finally found her new home under her husband's (Tommy Mottola) recording company Sony Music which she recorded her first live studio album Primera Fila (Front Row) in 2009 and her recent 11th studio album (1st album under Sony) entitled "Habitame Siempre (Live in me always)" in 2012 with her hit single Manias. This album made collaborations such as Michael Buble, Robbie Williams and more. It was released with 15 track and there's a rare promo edition 17-track album.

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