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Rock Latino: Natalia LaFourcade


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Artist: Natalia Lafourcade
Release date: 2003
Genre: Alternative Rock, Latin
Tracks: 14
Duration: 54:07
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No. Title Length
1. Mango 2:35
2. En el 2000 3:35
3. Elefantes 4:09
4. Te Quiero Dar 4:23
5. Mañana Olvidare 4:15
6. El Amor Es Rosa (featuring Natalia Y La Forquetina) 3:57
7. Casa (featuring Natalia Y La Forquetina) 3:57
8. Ser Humano (featuring Natalia Y La Forquetina) 3:30
9. O Pato (El Pato) 2:11
10. Cursis Melodias 4:26
11. Tiempo al Viento 4:48
12. Hu Hu Hu (featuring Julieta Venegas) 2:40
13. Ella Es Bonita 3:14
14. Azul 6:27



Perky singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Natalia Lafourcade came out of nowhere in 2003 with this chirpy yet surprisingly self-assured debut. Primarily produced by Loris Ceroni, who'd also worked with the substantially harder-rocking Alejandra Guzmán, the album nevertheless reflects Lafourcade's sensibility throughout. Songs combine acoustic guitar and a strong bossa nova influence with dashes of turntable, electronic beats, and textural sound effects like vinyl crackle. "Mango" starts off lilting, but an almost drum'n'bass rhythm comes in quickly, injecting a strong groove that battles for supremacy with the gentle vocal and vibes; the effect is somewhat similar to recordings by Lamb or other trip-hop groups, but with an essential happiness that's missing from those efforts. "Otra Vez" finds her crooning over a hip-hop backing track not unlike those created by Digable Planets or some neo-soul musicians. "Te Quiero Dar," by contrast, is a rocking song with amped-up guitars that points the way toward the band, Natalia y la Forquetina, she formed for her second album. Lafourcade's voice is occasionally girlish, but just as often that of a young woman who knows exactly what she's after and is far from a tool of her producers (unlike the majority of pop stars in any country). Indeed, she quickly garnered a reputation as a unique and capable artist among her peers — she did many of the arrangements and performed in the band on Julieta Venegas' MTV Unplugged concert in 2008.