Mexican singer Lucero says her newly released live album provides a look back at her 33 years in the music business and contains all her best-loved recordings since she first took the stage as a young girl.

"There are the songs I sang when I was a girl, the soap-opera theme songs, (traditional Mexican music), a selection of what I like the most and wanted to share with everyone," the 44-year-old artist and soap-opera actress, known affectionately as "The Bride of America," said here in a press conference.

"Lucero en concierto" (Lucero in Concert) contains a CD and bonus DVD that features many of her biggest hits, including "Cuentame," "Indispensable" and "No me dejes ir," as well as the new single "No pudiste amar asi" and two other previously unreleased tracks.

The singer said she chose most of the songs on the album, recorded on Oct. 25, 2012, at Mexico City's Auditorio Nacional, based on her Twitter followers' suggestions.

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