Editors’ Notes Spanish dance-pop in the '90s and '00s was defined by Mónica Naranjo's passionate fire. The Catalan singer moved to Mexico as a teen and dropped her self-titled debut in 1994. Just three years later, she became an international superstar with Palabra de Mujer—a towering album of pulsing club beats and acrobatic ballads. But Naranjo refused to be boxed in by commercial pop, and her next record was a stunning tribute to '60s Italian singer Mina. No matter which route she takes, Naranjo's whirlwind voice forms the molten core.