26 Songs, 1 Hour 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Always known for her provocative ways, Gloria Trevi outdoes herself on El Amor, becoming at once one of the most sensual women—and men—in Latin pop. The album reveals the romantic secrets of two partners, with Trevi singing the first half from the male perspective, the second from the female. Her deep, dramatic voice is the perfect vehicle: "Come Yo Te Amo," her re-imagining of a 1980 hit by Raphael, opens the album with a searing, metallic guitar and Trevi's fiery vocals.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Always known for her provocative ways, Gloria Trevi outdoes herself on El Amor, becoming at once one of the most sensual women—and men—in Latin pop. The album reveals the romantic secrets of two partners, with Trevi singing the first half from the male perspective, the second from the female. Her deep, dramatic voice is the perfect vehicle: "Come Yo Te Amo," her re-imagining of a 1980 hit by Raphael, opens the album with a searing, metallic guitar and Trevi's fiery vocals.

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