14 Songs, 1 Hour 2 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
75 Ratings
75 Ratings
xpress.apple ,

NOT SURE

Alejandro Sanz has been around for a long time, old artists like to try new styles, Alejandro should stay in ‘’El Alma Al Aire’’ times, I really don’t feel it, not in this album, not in the previous, is like Shakira, Miguel bose and Chayanne, didn’t feel their last album, neither the previous, sometimes artists make the wrong choice thinking it might be the hit they are waiting for, even the great listeners make mistakes, anyways, I’m still waiting on this album release, there might be at least one or two good songs I can add to my music library, by the way that’s just my opinion, besides that, I’m still a great alejandro sanz fan. oh! - like I always say: maybe the next album will be the one we all are waiting for!!… love the Artcover!

Kp0624 ,

His worst album ever!

El alma al aire and Mas were absolute masterpieces, 3 was great, No es lo mismo was an adquired taste, but little do I knew it was going to be his best album compare to the last four(La musica no se toca, El tren de los momentos, Sirope and Paraiso express{decent to good}. His first two albums were good, but his voice was not mature enough at the time and it wasn't until his Basico acoustic album.
Having said all of that, Sirope, without a doubt, is his worst album and his voice, I have to admit, peaked in No es lo mismo. I'm a big admirer of him but in my honest opinion, since he left Madrid for Miami, he also left his inspiration and muse in Europe; his music and sound has changed and not for the good...

vinizio ,

FATAL Que Lastima

Soy fanático de Sanz pero este es un Disco como El Tren de los Momentos , solo los fans pueden saber de lo que hablo , simplemente odio cuando artistas que tienen un estilo de música que tienen éxito y prueban experimentar cosas diferentes. Desde el nombre de las canciones se puede ver lo malo del disco SIN DEJAR A UN LADO EL NOMBRE DEL DISCO Y LA PORTADA.

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