|A2||Bailando Con Tu Recuerdo|
|A3||El Amor Tocó A Mi Puerta|
|A4||Tu Amor Por Un Día|
|A5||Así de Simple|
|B1||Fuego Y Ternura|
|B2||Siempre Te Seguiré|
|102-11217||Lucerito*||Fuego y Ternura (LP, Album)||Musart||102-11217||Venezuela||1985|
|3047049||Lucerito*||Chispita (LP, Album)||RGE||3047049||Brazil||1986|
Cuéntame (Eng: Tell me) is the sixth studio album released by Mexican performer Lucerito. It was released in 1989. Most of the songs included on the album were used in the film Deliciosa Sinvergüenza (1989); the album also includes a cover of The Pet Shop Boys' "It's a Sin" titled "Hojas Secas". Cuéntame is one of the biggest sellers on the singer's career, and was the album that inicitated the transition from teenager, being the last album using the diminutive Lucerito.
During this year, Lucerito was hired by Adventure Kingdom to perform two songs for the whale Keiko in a single called "Keiko". To make matters better, she was hired by PepsiCo International; in 1985 Pepsico found in Lucerito the most recognized youth image, so they chose her to be the spokesperson for their drink Mirinda. This disc was the last album she released under the name Lucerito 1990s - from Rancheras to Piel de Ángel.
l is the debut album from Mexican pop music singer and actress Lucerito. It was released in 1982 when she was 13 years old, and she had a great acceptance in the Mexican audience. This album is also known with the title Te Prometo. It was produced by Sergio Andrade. Lucerito was launched to fame by Sergio Andrade, who from the time when she auditioned, he realized that with the talent and charisma of the girl and his genius as a producer and talent scout, would make her an international star.
Cuéntame (Lucerito album). This article is about the album by Lucero. For the Spanish TV show, see Cuéntame cómo pasó. For the soundtrack to that show, see Cuéntame (Rosario Flores album). Studio album by Lucerito. Although Melody Records refused to change the diminutive Lucerito by Lucero because of sales issues, "Cuétame" is the last album that carried the diminutive Lucerito, giving closed the infant stage of the artist, just to become one of the most successful young prodigy singers from Mexico in the late 1980s, a decade that marked the musical business of Mexico.
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Although Melody, the record label, refused to change the diminutive Lucerito to Lucero, for marketing reasons, Cuéntame is the last album that carried the diminutive, closing "infant stage" of her career; Lucero's following release, Con Mi Sentimiento (1990) was the first album to achieve this. The singer recorded the album from January to March 1989, in Madrid, Spain, and Bologna, Italy, places where shed had the opportunity to meet some European countries for the first time