Natalia Lafourcade is the first album by Mexican pop singer Natalia Lafourcade, released in 2002. The album was released in Mexico on February 25, 2003, it reached on the Mexican Chart and gained a Mexican Certification of Platinum. The song "Mirate, Mirame" was used on the Mexican telenovela Clase 406. This album received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album.
Mexican singer/songwriter Natalia Lafourcade recorded Musas "on a whim" during vacations in Brazil. In an interview with Billboard, Lafourcade talks her new "life-changing" album and why she's taken it upon herself to spotlight and celebrate Latin American folk music. You recorded Musas in a beautiful studio in Mexico that seemed to be in the middle of a forest surrounded by amazing artists. How was that like? It was magical! I wanted an album that represented real music, bohemians, instruments made out of wood. The music we made there is something we can't explain, it could only be felt. Nunca olvidaré tan bonitos días. .
Deception isn't just the name of the Colourfield's second album; it's also vocalist Terry Hall's modus operandi. Underneath the surface of Hall's seemingly cheerful melodies is always a bummed-out lyric or two, and he wastes no time on Deception. Amidst the jolly xylophones of "From Dawn to Distraction," the second track on the LP, Hall sings, "Nothing is enough/In a world without love