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It doesn't compare to her previous two albums
on January 31, 2002
It doesn't have as much soul as the other two albums but at least it doesn't have too many drum machine parts either. Her voice is still great and it doesn't go for the high notes as much. The disc contains nine songs: 6 salsa songs, 2 remakes of popular songs by Cuban singer La Lupe(which are the two best songs on the disc), and a ballad version of the title track. The salsa songs (arrangements) sound weak and watered down, even the background vocals get annoying; Johnny Rivera, Huey Dunbar, and George Lamond were three of the backgound vocalists in the other albums and that formula shouldn't of changed. But she is still the best female salsa singer to date.