No Es lo Mismo is the seventh studio album recorded by Spanish singer-songwriter Alejandro Sanz, It was released by WEA Latina on September 2, 2003 (see 2003 in music). released more than three years after his last album, El Alma al Aire (2000). It was produced with the collaboration of the Cuban musician Lulo Pérez. No es lo Mismo - 6:04. Hoy Llueve, Hoy Duele - 4:52. He Sido Tan Feliz Contigo - 3:52. Try To Save Your S'ong - 3:42.
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From the album title (No Es lo Mismo means "it's not the same"), Alejandro Sanz is showing what this effort is all about. At first, something that was already known: he is not the same as any other Latin heartthrob like Chayanne, Emmanuel, or even Ricky Martin. He composes and produces his own material and, although not a great singer, he's a superb guitar player. Second, this album is not the same as any other Latin one. Sanz affords various topics (like social issues and commitment) not only related to love, dancing, and having a good time (probably the most common Latin.
Album by Alejandro Sanz. Hoy Llueve, Hoy Duele. He Sido Tan Feliz Contigo. Try To Save Your Song. Sandy A Orilla Do Mundo. 12 Por 8. Al Olvido Invito Yo. Regálame La Silla Donde Te Esperé. MusicBrainz: No Es Lo Mismo.
Artist: Alejandro Sanz. Album: La Música No Se Toca (En Vivo), 2013. com/playlist?list PL44D52400F5D5AF44.
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Alejandro Sanz is the artist with more entries in the list, with Más, El Alma al Aire, Viviendo Deprisa, 3 and No Es lo Mismo. This is a list of the best-selling albums in Spain that have been certified by the Productores de Música de España (PROMUSICAE). PROMUSICAE is in charge of certifying records in Spain. Four acts - Alejandro Sanz, La Oreja de Van Gogh, Mecano, and David Bisbal - appear more than once in the list. Alejandro Sanz tops the list with his fifth album Más, selling around . million copies in the country and being certified 22 times. Best-selling albums of all-time in Spain. Laura Pausini had one of the best selling album in Spain by a foreign artist with her homonymous album Laura Pausini, but she is only second to Luciano Pavarotti.