Mi Delirio (My Delirium) is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Anahí, released on November 24, 2009, through EMI and Capitol Records. It was her first solo album in nine years and after the disbandment of Mexican pop group RBD, which she was a member of for five years. Musically, it is inspired by electronic music, dance, rock, pop and electropop. The album was released simultaneously in Mexico, Spain, Costa Rica, United States, Argentina and Colombia. The singer announced the project after the debut of the first single of the same name "Mi Delirio". Anahí served as composer of select songs on the album and was also involved in art direction and design. She worked along with producers such as Gil Cerezo, Ulises Lozano, Armando Avila and Sebastian Jácome which she had worked with during her time with RBD. The album includes a cover of Mexican singer Amanda Miguel's hit "El Me Mintío", as well as an answer song to Juan Gabriel's "Hasta que te Conocí" titled "Hasta que me Conociste". In the United States, the album debuted at the second spot on the Billboard Latin Pop Albums and fourth on the Billboard Top Latin Albums, where it sold 11,000 copies. The album also positioned itself in the top spots of Venezuela, Argentina, Mexico and Brazil; the latter sold 20,000 copies. Mi Delirio received a positive reception from critics, who noted the renewed style rarely seen in Latin pop.
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