13 Songs, 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Alejandro Sanz's 1991 breakout album established this sophisticated pop-rocker's basic methodology while hinting at future experiments. "Pisando Fuerte" (Going Strong) and "Se Le Apagó la Luz" (The Light Went Out) represent the powerful ballads for which he would become renowned, and offbeat tracks like the trumpet-swinging "Todo Sigue Igual" (Everything Stays the Same) and the harmonica-flavored country tune "Duelo al Amanecer" (Duel at Dawn) indicate promising directions Sanz would follow down the road.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Alejandro Sanz's 1991 breakout album established this sophisticated pop-rocker's basic methodology while hinting at future experiments. "Pisando Fuerte" (Going Strong) and "Se Le Apagó la Luz" (The Light Went Out) represent the powerful ballads for which he would become renowned, and offbeat tracks like the trumpet-swinging "Todo Sigue Igual" (Everything Stays the Same) and the harmonica-flavored country tune "Duelo al Amanecer" (Duel at Dawn) indicate promising directions Sanz would follow down the road.

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