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Ah, the eternal question of a relationship: If you break up, who gets the dog? That's the subject of this album’s playful title track, but the tune is so catchy that you know love—or at least the pooch—will keep them together. The Mexican duo picked up some classic pop influences while recording in London; the bouncy "Como No" has a vintage ELO feel. And when Joy sweetly emotes on the piano/strings ballad "¡Corre!" it evokes memories of another sibling duo—the Carpenters.

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Biography

Formed: Mexico City, Mexico

Genre: Pop in Spanish

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Born in Mexico City, siblings Jesse and Joy didn't begin seriously writing songs until 2001, when they were 18 and 15, respectively, sitting down together with their father to see what they could produce. With Jesse on guitar, piano, drums, and background vocals and Joy on vocals and guitar, the duo practiced constantly, hard work that paid off when they were signed to a major-label deal with Warner Music Mexico in April 2005. A few months later they made their live debut in front of 100,000 people...
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