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No Me Dejes de Amar

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Album Review

When Remis' Llegando a la Cima came out in February 2006, Fonovisa listed that album as "regional Mexican/tierra caliente." But on No Me Dejes de Amar (which Fonovisa released eight months later in October 2006), Fonovisa's stylistic description is "regional Mexican/grupero." Does that mean that No Me Dejes de Amar is a major change of direction for Remis, or that the group is suffering from an identity crisis? The answer to both questions is "no," which is not to say that No Me Dejes de Amar is a carbon copy of Llegando a la Cima. Both albums favor a blend of tierra caliente and duranguense elements, and both albums have ranchera considerations and Latin pop considerations. The main difference between the two discs is that the Latin pop considerations are somewhat more prominent this time around, which sort of justifies Fonovisa's use of the term grupero in connection with this 32-minute CD; nonetheless, No Me Dejes de Amar isn't devoid of ranchera considerations any more than Llegando a la Cima was devoid of Latin pop considerations, and Remis still sound like Remis. Let's put it this way: the difference between Llegando a la Cima and No Me Dejes de Amar is like the difference between orange-pineapple juice and pineapple-orange juice. Orange-pineapple juice is a bit more orange than pineapple, while pineapple-orange juice is a bit more pineapple than orange; however, the difference between the two is a subtle one rather than a major difference, and the same thing can easily be said when one compares No Me Dejes de Amar and Llegando a la Cima — both of which paint enjoyable pictures of this regional Mexican outfit.

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