Mónica Naranjo - Santa Señal flac album
Title: Santa Señal
MP3 album: 1749 mb
FLAC album: 1483 mb
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Genre: Latin / Pop
Tarantula is the sixth studio-album by Spanish popstar Mónica Naranjo. It was released on 22 April 2008 in Spain after the release of the debut-single "Europa", which reached on the Spanish Singles Chart for 6 consecutive weeks. This album is Naranjo's first album in seven years due to personal reasons, despite that her label, Sony-BMG, released in 2005 "", a greatest hits collection from her eleven years in the music industry.
0 (Mónica Naranjo album), a 2014 compilation album by Spanish recording singer-songwriter Mónica Naranjo. Live Free or Die Hard, a 2007 American action thriller film (released as Die Hard . outside North America). (Mónica Naranjo album). is a compilation album by Spanish recording singer-songwriter Mónica Naranjo. The album was released through Sony Music Spain and Legacy on May 6, 2014
Chords for Mónica Naranjo Holocausto Videoclip with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. Mónica Naranjo - Avui vull agrair La Marató de TV3. Monica Naranjo - Pantera en Libertad.
The album was originally planned to be released on March 2002, months after the release of Chicas Malas, later, the date was moved to September 2002, finally the album was released on November 11, 2002. Mónica Naranjo – Director, Primary Artist, Vocals (Background). Ali Olmo – Background vocals. Mike Percy – Musician.
Mónica Naranjo is the 1994 self-titled debut album from one of Spanish singer-songwriter Mónica Naranjo. Co-written with Cristóbal Sansano, who she would later marry and then divorce, it's a combination of soft rock ballads and flamenco-disco numbers, and includes the hit singles, "Sola", "Sólo Se Vive Una Vez", "El Amor Coloca", "Fuego de Pasión". The album sold 2 million copies in Mexico.
In 1994, she recorded her debut album, the self-titled Mónica Naranjo, after signing with Sony Music. The album resulted in the hit singles "Sola", "Sólo se vive una vez", "El amor coloca", "Óyeme!" and "Fuego de pasión". She was nominated for Eres Awards. In 1997, taking advantage of her popularity, she released her second album, Palabra de Mujer.
Album · 1994 · 10 Songs. She's equally strong when the tempo slows down; the Broadway-styled ballad "Dame Tu Calor" has her theatrically shouting to the rafters.