Myra is the debut album by Mexican-American pop singer Myra in the Pop Music Market, released by Buena Vista Records on June 8, 2001. Myra saw two single releases, "Miracles Happen (When You Believe)" and a cover of Martha and the Vandellas' "Dancing in the Street" which were both title tracks for two major motion picture original soundtracks released by Disney within the same year. The album also included the song "As If" which was also recorded by the R&B trio Blaque who was managed by TLC member Lisa "Left-Eye" Lopes. Blaque's version was included on the original soundtrack for Bring It On.

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  • Myra is the debut album by Mexican-American pop singer Myra in the Pop Music Market, released by Buena Vista Records on June 8, 2001. Myra saw two single releases, "Miracles Happen (When You Believe)" and a cover of Martha and the Vandellas' "Dancing in the Street" which were both title tracks for two major motion picture original soundtracks released by Disney within the same year. The album also included the song "As If" which was also recorded by the R&B trio Blaque who was managed by TLC member Lisa "Left-Eye" Lopes. Blaque's version was included on the original soundtrack for Bring It On. In 2002, Myra's self-titled album was re-released in Japan with a fresh new album cover on April 24, 2002. It contained the same track listing as the American release, but included three additional bonus dance remixes of "Lie, Lie, Lie"—which was only released as a single in Japan, along with its accompanied music video. On August 22, 2002, Myra's album was re-released for a second time in Japan with yet another album cover. This time the release was to be titled "Myra+more," and included the three bonus dance remixes of "Lie, Lie, Lie" and two additional tracks. Those were "Step Into The Light" and "You're the Dream." "Step Into The Light" was featured on the Japanese commercial for Lux Super Rich which featured the Spanish actress, Penélope Cruz. "Step Into the Light" was remixed by Love to Infinity and included on a house music compilation released by Avex Trax. "You're the Dream" was chosen as the anthem track for the 2002 Special Olympics which was hosted by Walt Disney Records. "You're the Dream" replaced the song "Wishing on the Same Star" on Myra+More, which at the time Myra had stated which was really close to her heart because it consoled her when she was away from her family when on the road touring. (en)
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  • Myra is the debut album by Mexican-American pop singer Myra in the Pop Music Market, released by Buena Vista Records on June 8, 2001. Myra saw two single releases, "Miracles Happen (When You Believe)" and a cover of Martha and the Vandellas' "Dancing in the Street" which were both title tracks for two major motion picture original soundtracks released by Disney within the same year. The album also included the song "As If" which was also recorded by the R&B trio Blaque who was managed by TLC member Lisa "Left-Eye" Lopes. Blaque's version was included on the original soundtrack for Bring It On. (en)
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