Arca is the self-titled third studio album by Venezuelan electronic record producer Arca, released on 7 April 2017 through XL Recordings. It is the first studio album to feature lead vocals by Arca herself, sung in her native Spanish. It was released to universal acclaim from critics.
Arca is the self-titled third album by Arca, released in 2017 via XL Recordings. As stated by Arca herself in an interview for i-D with the photographer Wolfgang Tillmans, her most recent record is an attempt to make something beautiful from the pain and sadness she sees in the world. If there’s a sadness running through your life, Arca explained, you must attempt to tune yourself into a frequency where you harmonise with it because it’s never going to leave you. Arca understands that grief which can’t be cast out must be harnessed and tamed
Though on 22 February 2017, he announced that the album would actually be titled Arca. He explained in an interview for i-D magazine that he didn't want the album to be eponymous, it's more that every other name. I went through a whole year of trying different names, they all felt foreign He also revealed that his.
Arca’ is an album that’s also a prison – a place where you’re trapped in Ghersi’s compelling, claustrophobic world. Arca's voice is a welcome addition to his otherworldly production style on his self-titled album, but sadly, many of my reservations about his past full-length efforts still stand.
It was released in 1991 and sold 450,000 copies.
Album cover for Vinicius de Moraes. Title: A Arca de Noé album. Creator: Elifas Andreato. Depicts similar person.
Xuxa was the twelfth studio album and the ninth in Portuguese by singer, TV host and actress, Xuxa Meneghel. It was released in July 1993 by Som Livre. The album is composed only of songs that were left out of their previous albums. As a more effective way to fill out the album, most of the songs included were recorded for the last two albums released: Xou da Xuxa and Xou da Xuxa Seis. From the sixth album of the series, the songs: "Corrente do Amor", "Tô aí" and "Direitos Dos Baixinhos", which had initially been recorded for Xuxa 5, were discarded. The songs "Brincando com o Tempo", "Terra e Coração", "Maçã do Amor" and "Espelho Meu" were recorded for the Xou da Xuxa Sete
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