Menudo (band) - Discography - Studio Albums

Studio Albums

  • 1977 Los Fantasmas
  • 1978 Laura
  • 1979 Chiquitita
  • 1979 Felicidades
  • 1980 Más, Mucho Más
  • 1980 Es Navidad
  • 1981 Fuego
  • 1981 Xanadu
  • 1981 Quiero Ser
  • 1982 Por Amor
  • 1982 Una Aventura Llamada Menudo (Movie Soundtrack)
  • 1982 Feliz Navidad
  • 1983 A Todo Rock
  • 1984 Reaching Out (English)
  • 1984 Mania
  • 1984 Evolución
  • 1985 Menudo (English)
  • 1985 Ayer Y Hoy
  • 1985 A Festa Vai Começar
  • 1986 Viva! Bravo! (Italian)
  • 1986 Refrescante
  • 1986 Can't Get Enough
  • 1986 Menudo (Portuguese)
  • 1987 Somos Los Hijos del Rock
  • 1987 In Action (English-Tagalog)
  • 1988 Sons of Rock
  • 1988 Sombras Y Figuras
  • 1989 Los Últimos Héroes
  • 1990 Os Ultimos Herois
  • 1990 No Me Corten El Pelo
  • 1991 Detrás De Tu Mirada
  • 1992 Dancin', Movin', Shakin'
  • 1992 15 Años
  • 1993 Vem Pra Mim (Portuguese)
  • 1993 Cosmopolitan Girl
  • 1994 Imagínate...
  • 1994 If You're Not Here (1994 remake version)
  • 1996 Tiempo De Amar
  • 2007 More Than Words
  • 2011 Enchanted Island

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