Albums certified double platinum by the Productores de Música de España

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  1. 33

    33 (2003)


    33 is the eleventh studio album by Mexican singer-producer Luis Miguel, released by WEA Latina on September 30, 2003. It sold over 4 million of copies worldwide. Though the album did not surface well on the Billboard 200, peaking at #43. The album garnered Luis Miguel one Latin Grammy Nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Album. It also received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album.

  2. A las cinco en el Astoria

    A las cinco en el Astoria (2008)

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    A las cinco en el Astoria (Five o'clock at The Astoria) is the fifth full-length album released by La Oreja de Van Gogh, their second album to receive a Grammy nomination, and the first with new lead vocalist Leire Martínez. It was released in three editions: CD, CD+T-Shirt, and Digipack. According to "Promusicae" A las cinco en el Astoria was the 12th biggest selling album of 2008 in Spain.

  3. agila

    agila (1996)


    Agila (Spanish dialect Castúo for "Liven up") is the sixth studio album by Spanish hard rock band Extremoduro. It was produced by Iñaki "Uoho" Antón, recorded in 1995 and published by DRO on 23 February 1996.

  4. Amor A La Mexicana

    Amor A La Mexicana (1997)


    Amor a la Mexicana (English: Mexican-style love) is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Thalía. The album has been regarded as one of the singer's best releases to date, especially for the album's first single "Amor a la Mexicana", which showcased the evolution of Thalía as a musician.

  5. Anastacia

    Anastacia (2004)


    Anastacia is the eponymous third studio album by American recording artist Anastacia, released on March 29, 2004 by Epic Records. The album was a commercial success, peaking at the top of the albums charts in several countries, including Australia, Belgium, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Anastacia was never released in Anastacia's native United States, despite plans for an August 30, 2005 release with a different track listing from that of the European version, which would replace "Sexy Single" with the B-side "Underground Army". The plans were canceled for unknown reasons.

  6. Automatic For The People

    Automatic For The People (2004)


    Automatic for the People is the eighth album by the American alternative rock band R.E.M., released in 1992 on Warner Bros. Records. Upon release, it reached number two on the U.S. album charts and yielded six singles. The album has sold 18 million copies worldwide and is widely considered one of the best records released in the 1990s.

  7. Back to Black

    Back to Black (2008)


    Back to Black is the second and final studio album by English recording artist Amy Winehouse, released on 27 October 2006 by Island Records. The album produced several singles, including "Rehab", "You Know I'm No Good", "Back to Black", "Tears Dry on Their Own", and "Love Is a Losing Game". Back to Black was acclaimed by music critics, who praised Salaam Remi and Mark Ronson's production, and Winehouse's songwriting and emotive singing style.

  8. Californication

    Californication (2006)


    Californication is the seventh studio album by American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers. It was released on June 8, 1999, on Warner Bros. Records and was produced by Rick Rubin. Californication marked the return of John Frusciante, who had previously appeared on Mother's Milk and Blood Sugar Sex Magik, to replace Dave Navarro as the band's guitarist. Frusciante's return was credited with changing the band's sound altogether, producing a notable shift in style from the music recorded with Navarro. The album's subject material incorporated various sexual innuendos commonly associated with the band, but also contained more varied themes than previous outings, including lust, death, contemplations of suicide, California, drugs, globalization, and travel.

  9. Confessions on a Dance Floor

    Confessions on a Dance Floor (2005)


    Confessions on a Dance Floor is the tenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Madonna. It was released on November 11, 2005 by Warner Bros. Records. A complete departure from her previous studio album American Life (2003), the album includes influences of 1970s and 1980s disco, as well as modern-day club music. Initially, she began working with Mirwais Ahmadzaï for the album, but later felt that their collaboration was not going in the direction she desired. Madonna took her collaboration with Stuart Price who was overviewing her documentary I'm Going to Tell You a Secret. The album was mainly recorded at Price's home-studio where Madonna spent most of her time during the recordings.

  10. Crush

    Crush (2000)


    Crush is the seventh studio album by American rock band Bon Jovi, released on June 13, 2000 through Island Records the album was produced by Luke Ebbin, Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora.

  11. Daydream

    Daydream (1995)


    Daydream is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Mariah Carey, released on October 3, 1995, by Columbia Records. The follow-up to her internationally successful album Music Box (1993) and holiday album Merry Christmas (1994), Daydream differed from the two by featuring less of a pure pop sound and increasingly leaning towards contemporary R&B and hip hop styles. Throughout the project, Carey collaborated with Walter Afanasieff, with whom she wrote and produced most of her two previous albums. With Daydream, Carey took more control over the musical direction as well as the album's composition. Carey said she considered Daydream the beginning of her musical and vocal transformation, a change that became more apparent in her sixth album Butterfly (1997). During the album's production, Carey endured many creative differences with her label and husband Tommy Mottola.

  12. Destiny

    Destiny (1905)


    Destiny is the seventh studio solo album released by American singer Gloria Estefan, but is the nineteenth of her career overall. It was released in 1996.

  13. Falling Into You

    Falling Into You (1996)


    Falling into You is an album by Canadian singer Céline Dion, released on March 8, 1996. It is her fourth English-language album and twenty-first overall.

  14. Flowers in the Dirt

    Flowers in the Dirt (2010)


    Flowers in the Dirt is the eighth studio solo album by Paul McCartney, it was released in 1989 on Parlophone. Upon release, It was considered a major return to form for McCartney because he was embarking on his first world tour since the Wings Over the World tour in 1975–76. Flowers in the Dirt was also celebrated due to its musical quality, which earned McCartney some of his best reviews in years. The album gained number 1 status in the United Kingdom.

  15. Good Girl Gone Bad

    Good Girl Gone Bad (2008)


    Good Girl Gone Bad is the third studio album by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna. It was released on May 31, 2007 by Def Jam Recordings and SRP Records. While recording the album, Rihanna worked with many producers, including C. "Tricky" Stewart, Terius "Dream" Nash, Neo da Matrix, Timbaland, Carl Sturken, Evan Rogers and StarGate. Influenced by Brandy Norwood's fourth studio album Afrodisiac (2004), Good Girl Gone Bad is a dance-pop and R&B album with 1980s music influences. It represents a departure from the Caribbean sound of Rihanna's previous releases, Music of the Sun (2005) and A Girl like Me (2006).

  16. How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb

    How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (2004)


    How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb is the eleventh studio album by Irish rock band U2, released in November 2004. Much like their previous album, All That You Can't Leave Behind, How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb exhibits a more conventional rock sound after the band experimented with alternative rock and dance music in the 1990s. The album was produced by Steve Lillywhite, with others involved in the production including Flood, Jacknife Lee, Nellee Hooper, Chris Thomas, Daniel Lanois, Brian Eno, and Carl Glanville.

  17. La Mia Risposta

    La Mia Risposta (1905)


    La mia risposta is Italian singer-songwriter Laura Pausini’s fifth studio album, issued by CGD East West (Warner) Records in 1998. Mi respuesta is its Spanish language edition for the hispanophone market.

  18. La Vida... Es Un Ratico

    La Vida... Es Un Ratico (2007)


    La Vida... es un Ratico (Life... Is a Moment) is the fourth studio album by Colombian singer-songwriter Juanes, which was released on October 23, 2007.

  19. Made In Heaven

    Made In Heaven (2012)


    Made in Heaven is the fifteenth studio album by British rock band Queen, released on 6 November 1995 on Parlophone and Hollywood Records.

  20. Midnight Memories

    Midnight Memories (2013)


    Midnight Memories is the third studio album by the English-Irish boy band One Direction, released on 25 November 2013 by Columbia Records, Syco Music and Sony Music. The album was described as having a "slightly rockier tone" than their previous efforts. It has become the fastest-selling album in Amazon UK's history, breaking the record set by One Direction's previous release, Take Me Home (2012). The album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, making One Direction the first group in history to debut at number one in the US with their first three albums. The album was preceded by the release of the singles "Best Song Ever" and "Story of My Life".

  21. Nuestro Amor

    Nuestro Amor (2005)


    Nuestro Amor (English: Our Love) is the second studio album by Mexican pop band RBD. The album was released on September 22, 2005 in Mexico, selling over 127,000 in its first seven hours of release, and 160,000 in the first week, enough for being certified platinum. It was eventually certified 3× Platinum+ Gold. In the U.S, the album was released on the 4th of October 2005 and peaked at number 88 on the Billboard 200. It also spent three weeks in a row at #1 in the Billboard's Latin Albums Chart. The album was released in Spain on October 30, 2006 and has been certified 2× Platinum.

  22. Older

    Older (1996)


    Older is the third studio album from George Michael, released in Europe on 13 May 1996 through Virgin Records and one day later in the United States through the then-new DreamWorks Records. Older was the very first album released by DreamWorks Records. It was his first album since 1990's Listen Without Prejudice, Vol. 1 – the five-and-a-half-year gap was due to the controversial legal battle that Michael experienced with his record company. Michael dedicated three years straight in the recording of Older, and the album found him exploring new musical territories in a more serious fashion compared to his previous work.

  23. Paint The Sky With Stars

    Paint The Sky With Stars (2005)


    Paint the Sky with Stars: The Best of Enya is a 1997 compilation album by Irish musician Enya featuring a selection of her best known material plus two previously unreleased tracks: "Paint the Sky with Stars" and "Only If...".

  24. Romance

    Romance (1991)


    Romance is the eighth studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel, released on November 19, 1991 by WEA Latina. Although the production was originally intended to be another collaboration with Juan Carlos Calderón, that plan was scrapped when Calderón was unable to compose songs for the album. Facing a deadline in his record-label contract to record new material, at his manager's suggestion Miguel decided to perform bolero music for his next project. Mexican singer-songwriter Armando Manzanero was hired by WEA Latina to co-produce the album with Miguel. Recording began in August 1991 at Ocean Way Recording in Hollywood, California, with Bebu Silvetti serving as arranger.

  25. Sale El Sol

    Sale El Sol (2010)


    Sale el Sol (English: The Sun Comes Out) is the ninth studio album by Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira, released on 19 October 2010, by Epic Records. The album marks a musical return to Shakira's "roots" after the electropop record She Wolf (2009). The singer split the album into three "directions": a romantic side, a "rock and roll" side, and a "Latino, tropical" side. The latter two "directions" experiment with rock and merengue music, respectively. As co-producer, Shakira enlisted collaborators including Josh Abraham, El Cata, Gustavo Cerati, John Hill, Lester Mendez, and Residente Calle 13.

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