16 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Spanish singer gets borderline erotic on his 10th album. SEX AND LOVE is the name of the game here for Enrique Iglesias. The bachata-infused “Loco” narrates the wild emotions new love can arouse, while the reggaeton-tinged “Bailando” makes you want to get lost in a sexy tango.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The Spanish singer gets borderline erotic on his 10th album. SEX AND LOVE is the name of the game here for Enrique Iglesias. The bachata-infused “Loco” narrates the wild emotions new love can arouse, while the reggaeton-tinged “Bailando” makes you want to get lost in a sexy tango.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
423 Ratings
423 Ratings
Rosita09 ,

WOW

there are so many greats songs

bigsled 1 ,

so bad

The last two Enrique release's just get worse and worse .
This is what happens when a talented artist gets lead away from their own instinct , talent, and identity as they sit in the studio with the record label and producers which are only looking for the next " flavor of the week hit " for a quick buck .
Madonna and Cher come to mind as well .
As soon as you see the latest rapper as a guest you know what the label is trying to do . Alhough " Push " was the only weak spot on Insomniac.
Sure it makes a buck and attracts new , non loyal, fans but its not going to sound like the Enrique you've loved over the years.
This started with the Jersey Shore theme song which helped Enriques career take off (again in america) as did the label all the way to the bank at the expense of Enriques individuality .
Too bad as my wife and I really enjoyed Enrique all the way through Insomniac with 7 being the best.

CC_231 ,

Bring back the old Enrique!!!

The last two albums are not Enrique Iglesias. I only like one or two songs from the past two albums but other than that it is no longer him. His style has changed so much that he no longer wishes to appeal to his original fans. It seems like he is trying to win over a new crowd which is very disappointing. What happened to songs like "Be With You, Did You Know, Bailamos, Rhythm Divine, No Me Digas Que No, and other great Enrique hits? His music is starting to sound like techno!!!!! No!!! Enrique is much better than that. I will always be a fan but I hope he stops making music or goes back to being the old Enrique everyone loves.

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