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Buscamos Sonrisas

El Sueño de Morfeo

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Album Review

Over the past decade or so, pop/rock groups with a female singer seem to have become all the rage in Spain. One of the most successful in recent years has been El Sueño de Morfeo, whose distinctive trait is their — admittedly slight — Celtic music influences. Recorded in Los Angeles with multiple Grammy-winning producer Thom Russo (Juanes, Maná, Alejandro Sanz, Enrique Iglesias, Aterciopelados), their fourth album, Buscamos Sonrisas, is an accomplished example of mainstream Spanish pop in the 2000s. This collection of buoyant pop tunes includes several hits, such as "Depende de Ti," "Lo Mejor Está por Llegar," "Sonrisas," and "'Corazones."

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Asturias, Spain

Genre: Pop in Spanish

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The original incarnation of El Sueño de Morfeo was Xemá, a Spanish rock group that formed in 2000 and included both singer Raquel Rosario and guitarist David Feito (Feito, in fact, was the leader). After releasing an album with Xemá, in 2003 Feito and Rosario decided to begin a new project, and invited guitarist Juan Luis Suárez to join their band, which they called El Sueño de Morfeo. Their self-titled debut was released in 2005, and combined Rosario's distinctive, Shakira-esque voice with adult...
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