Thalía is the seventh studio album and second eponymous album by Mexican singer Thalía. It was released on 21 May 2002 by EMI Latin. The follow-up to her successful sixth studio album, Arrasando (1999), the album sees Thalia collaborating with previous producers Emilio Estéfan, Jr. and Cory Rooney, while working for the first time with Estéfano, Julio C. Reyes and Steve Morales. Thalía incorporates strong elements of pop rock, while also having Latin pop influences. Lyrically, the album touches on themes of self-empowerment and individuality. It also features two covers and a new version of an old Latin classic.
The album received generally positive reviews from music critics, who praised the album and indicating that Thalía has found her sound. Four singles were released from the album: the lead single "Tú y Yo" became a hit in Thalía's music career peaking at number-one on the Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks. The second single "No me enseñaste" was another success on the Hot Latin Tracks chart, while the third single "¿A quién le importa?" was another top-ten hit on the same chart. The album went straight to number one, spending six consecutive weeks on Billboard's Top Latin Album Chart and Top Latin Pop Albums. It also reached the top of the Mexican chart and was certified Gold.
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