De Noche

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De Noche
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 16, 2012
GenreLatin pop, pop
LabelSei Track Musica
María José chronology
Amante de lo Bueno
De Noche
Habla Ahora
Singles from De Noche
  1. "Tú Ya Sabes A Mí"
  2. "Extraña (Spain only)"
  3. "El Amor Manda"
  4. "La Cara Oculta Del Amor (Spain only)"
  5. "Prefiero Ser Su Amante"
  6. "Ahora o Nunca (Spain only)"
  7. "El Brillo De la Luna (promotional only)"

De Noche is the fourth studio album by Mexican singer María José.[1][2] It is her first album since her debut album to feature original content; her previous two albums were cover albums of songs from the 80's era. Preceded by the release of its lead single , De Noche was met with positive reviews from both music critics and fans.

Three official singles were released from the album while three more were released only for Spain. marked the first time since since she released an original song. followed as the second single in Spain while was chosen for the rest of Latin America and also served as the opening theme for the Mexican soap opera of the same name. Furthermore, the third and final single was composed by fellow Mexican singer Paty Cantu, while and were the third and fourth singles released in Spain.

Track listing[]

# Title Length
01. "El Brillo de la Luna" 3:56
02. "" 3:41
03. "Tú Ya Sabes A Mí" 3:41
04. "Tu Silencio" 3:59
05. "Camaleón" 4:00
06. "La Cara Oculta Del Amor" 3:53
07. "Te Vas A Acordar De Mí" 3:33
08. "" 3:28
09. "Analgésico" 3:25
10. "Hoy Me Declaro En Libertad" 4:15
11. "Ahora o Nunca" 3:33
12. "Vete" 4:31
13. "Se Nos Va la Vida" 3:17
14. "" (Bonus Track) 3:51

Charts and sales[]

The album debuted on the Mexican Albums Chart the album debuted at number 3, and on the Mexican International Albums Chart at number 2.

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