Download links and information about Natalia Lafourcade by Natalia Lafourcade. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Latin genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 50:05 minutes.
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|2.||Busca Un Problema||3:06|
|3.||En El 2000||3:34|
|8.||Te Quiero Dar||4:24|
|14.||Elefantes (Version Acustica)||4:01|
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.