9 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Salsa doesn't get more seductive than on Marc Anthony's fourth LP. The opening ballad, "Y Hubo Alguien," makes it clear that he has the romantic flair of a great pop singer, and he displays that throughout the album. The tempos never get too fast nor the arrangements too cluttered; this is music for dancing very close. The production also borrows from pop: "Me Voy a Regalar" features string synthesizers alongside horns and Latin percussion. Even the upbeat "Si Te Vas" keeps his voice upfront.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Salsa doesn't get more seductive than on Marc Anthony's fourth LP. The opening ballad, "Y Hubo Alguien," makes it clear that he has the romantic flair of a great pop singer, and he displays that throughout the album. The tempos never get too fast nor the arrangements too cluttered; this is music for dancing very close. The production also borrows from pop: "Me Voy a Regalar" features string synthesizers alongside horns and Latin percussion. Even the upbeat "Si Te Vas" keeps his voice upfront.

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