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Vértigo

Fey

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Album Review

Originally released in Mexico as a double album featuring one disc in English and a second in Spanish, Vertigo became the fourth full-length record by Latin pop artist Fey. Produced in England and the U.S. by Graeme Pleeth and Robert Jazayeri, this album delivers a more stylish, sophisticated, and even sexy Fey, who mostly sings over pulsating electronic music. Anticipated following the release of the Sé Lo Que Vendrá single, Vertigo achieved gold status in Mexico after selling 75,000 copies in two weeks. Sonically, this record marks an adventurous evolution of Fey from her previous teen pop style.

Customer Reviews

Best Pop Album EVER

Not just Fey's best album (which it is), but the best album in Latin pop ever is finally on iTunes. Vertigo is a focal point in Fey's career. Listen to the album, it will deplete anything you thought you previously knew about her. She took the writing range here by composing all of the songs, and took on the task of having more English than Spanish tracks. Highlights include my favorite song "Se Lo Vendra," "Follow Me Down," "Dime," and "The Way You Love Me." This album also marked a time in Fey's career in which she wanted to take control of all aspects of it, a recurring theme in her songs. From heartbreak, to hope, to power, this album covers it all.

Though the album was originally released in 2002, it is timeless. Latin pop's most important album is finally here, and we should all receive it with open arms.

Musical Masterpiece!

Influence by her love of musical artist the likes of Depeche Mode and Bjork, Fey returned back w/what is perhap the most important album of her career. Infused with raw inspiring and reflective lyrics, in songs like Dime and Se Lo Que Vendra, to name a few, this album is to Fey, what Ray of Light was to Madonna, Thriller was to Michael Jackson, and Impossible Princess was to Kylie Minogue. An evolutionary 360 turn in artistic growth,considered by many in the musical medium as one of mexico's quintessencial electro albums. It paved and set a musical stantard in both the english and spanish language. The only negative problem did not come from the album itself, but Vertigo was brutally overlooked and critisized for not being radio friendly, or the same of what fans and radio were use to hearing from Fey. Add the failure and lack of support from her record company at the time, poor promotion, and no radio play, these factors pretty much doomed it's sales. Not one to allow failure to affect her, Fey left her record company home soon after. in which we the listeners would get 3 more albums of great music.The Mecano tribute cd: La Fuerza Del Destino, Faltan Lunas, and Dulce Tentacion. Never one to sell out, sex out, or even compromise one's image, Vertigo on the positive side, was simply put: way ahead and still is, ahead of it time.

The best yet to come

I'm glad that ITunes had added the album I'm hoping that they will add the rest of her album including from the begging to the end including the English version. Thank you Itunes

Juan Reyes

Biography

Born: July 21, 1973 in Mexico City, Mexico

Genre: Pop in Spanish

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The youthful female vocalist known as Fey has sold over a million records in her native Mexico (and many indeed throughout the worldwide Latin community), most of them produced by José Ramón Florez. Fey's self-titled debut was...
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