Title: La Academia Azteca
Label: Warner Music Mexico, Azteca Music, Universal, EMI, Sony Music
Cat: CDP 342
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2419 mb | MP3 size: 2623 mb | WMA size: 2511 mb
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- Producer – Oscar López
- Written-By – Chaolopez
- Copyright (c) – Peerless MCM, S.A. de C.V.
- Licensed From – Sony Music Entertainment México, S.A. De C.V.
- Licensed From – EMI Music Mexico, S.A. De C.V.
- Licensed From – Universal Music México, S.A. de C.V.
- Licensed From – Azteca Records, S.A. De C.V.
- Licensed From – Warner Music México, S.A. de C.V.
La Academia. El reality musical más importante de México y Latinoamérica. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Confirmed Page Owner: TV AZTECA S A B DE C V. Danna Paola. TV Azteca México. del Reality La Academia. Azteca - Azteca 1972. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Jazz-Rock Latin Fusion. Songs in album Azteca - Azteca 1972. Azteca - La Piedra Del Sol. Azteca - Mamita Linda. Azteca - Ain't Got No Special Woman. Azteca - Empty Prophet. Azteca - Can't Take The Funk Out Of Me. Azteca - Peace Everybody. Azteca - Non Pacem. The auditions were done nationwide and a total of 30 people were chosen to go to Mexico where they would have to spend a week working hard and showing all of what they had inside to be chosen to the final 18. The first La Academia USA concert was on November 20, 2005. Compra la música de La Academia en vinilo, CD u otros formatos en el mercado online de ño y animación. Realizado para Cluster tema de Tavo Barcenas interpretado por los maestros Tavo Barcenas Noris Barrios Max de la Vega Rosse Aguilar Emilio Molina Selvin Lopez Academia USA was the first musical reality show with only Hispanic contestants produced by Azteca America in October 2005, based on Mexico's record breaking show 'La Academia' on TV Azteca. Out of over 30,000 hopefuls, 30 people are selected to live together for over 4 months in a Mexico City house completely isolated from the rest of the world. Every word and movement are captured by hundreds of cameras and microphones as they spend their days in rigorous training to become the next Latin Music sensation. The week's work culminates in a 3-hour live TV concert where the