12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A Latin pop-rock album with punk attitude, Gloria Trevi’s sophomore effort brims with puns and delves into personal territory, social criticism, and feminist concerns with plenty of raw power. Combining piano balladry, grunge, and New Wave synths, the music’s biggest attractions are still Trevi’s raunch and dynamism. The songs teeter from tough to vulnerable, whether on the hard-stomping “Pelo Suelto”—a generation-defining anthem that challenges authority—or the bass-heavy title track, a haunting tale of obsessive love.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A Latin pop-rock album with punk attitude, Gloria Trevi’s sophomore effort brims with puns and delves into personal territory, social criticism, and feminist concerns with plenty of raw power. Combining piano balladry, grunge, and New Wave synths, the music’s biggest attractions are still Trevi’s raunch and dynamism. The songs teeter from tough to vulnerable, whether on the hard-stomping “Pelo Suelto”—a generation-defining anthem that challenges authority—or the bass-heavy title track, a haunting tale of obsessive love.

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