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My first Menudo album and a great compilation of songs but some songs could've been replaced

Ah Menudo! Puerto Rico's pride and joy especially in the early and mid '80s (though the new Menudo is pretty good too)! I got this album as a teen in the early 2000s (Menudomania as they call it came really late for me but I wasn't around when they were huge!) and I loved almost every song but it would've been nice if songs like Tu Te Imaginas (kinda dumb even to my sister when she was little and loved Menudo! Oh and and it's not shown which doesn't really matter but still it's not cool to have only a partial album!), Todo Va Bien (too repetitive), and Agua de Limon (boring to me and I just didn't like the singer Charlie Masso's voice too much in this song) could've been replaced with uh more interesting songs such as Coqui (Come on! How can you NOT have the best Puerto Rican anthem about the well known little frog the coqui on this compilation?), and Clara (You gotta love Johnny Lozada especially when he sings this song!) I enjoyed it though despite the shortcomings!

Que robo!

Cannonball es la version Español. Me deberian reenbolsar el dinero!

Subete a mi Moto

¡Ojo! La versión de Súbete a Mi Moto que está aquí no es la que nos acostumbramos a escuchar. En vez de decir "súbete a mi moto" dice "sube a mi motora".

Biography

Formed: 1977 in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Genre: Latino

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Formed around a cast of lovable teenage Puerto Ricans (each of whom were forced out once they reached the age of 16), Menudo was the first Latin group to gain success around the world. The initial lineup formed in 1977 around brothers Carlos, Oscar, and Ricky Melendez plus Nefty and Fernando Sallaberry, but the first replacements were installed before the end of the '70s. Menudo made a medium-sized splash in America during the mid-'80s -- though all of the original members had long since passed --...
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