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Drama Y Luz (CD/DVD)(Digipak)

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Deluxe Edition: The Drama Y Luz CD+DVD contains the full-length album and the "making of" Drama y Luz.

This mini-documentary takes fans behind the scenes as Mana records their highly anticipated new release. The DVD includes never-before-seen footage plus interviews from the band members as they record and produce their first studio album in almost five years.

After two decades of breaking all types of sales and concert attendance records, the super group from Guadalajara, Mexico prepare themselves to present their first studio album in almost five years, Drama Y Luz. Without a doubt, this is the most anticipated album to hit the Latin marketplace in years. Twelve new recordings are available on this production and all songs were written by the band members themselves.

On this production, Mana has made sure they satisfy their diverse group of fans while not making much of a change to their formula and style of writing that has kept them the as the top Latin act over the past couple of decades. Mana deliver the raunchy, rock sound of their earlier days in songs like "Mi Reina De Dolor" and at the same time, deliver beautiful, heartfelt ballads such as "Vuela Libre Paloma" and "Amor Clandestino." Drama Y Luz will become another amazing collection for all Latin music fans as it delivers a production that took more than a year to create in recording studios throughout the world, and the end result is Mana at their best.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Lluvia al corazon
  2. Amor clandestino
  3. Mi Reina del dolor
  4. El Espejo
  5. Sor Maria
  6. Vuela Libre Paloma
  7. No te Rindas
  8. Latinoamerica
  9. El Dragon
  10. El Verdadero Amor Perdona
  11. Envenename
  12. No te Rindas (Version Alternativa)

Disc: 2

  1. Menu
  2. Making el album
  3. El Espejo
  4. El Dragon
  5. Amor clandestino
  6. Lluvia al corazon
  7. Vuela libre paloma
  8. No te rindas
  9. Latinoamerica
  10. Sor Maria
  11. Creditos


Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 12, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Warner Music Latina
  • ASIN: B004NGYXIM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #285,428 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Now, I've been a Mana fan for quite a while. And I'm not one of those fans that just listen to their singles that get played on the radio... I'm the fan that listens to and knows all of their material.

Drama y Luz is a change to Mana's sound, not that they had a distinctive sound to begin with. One of the things I noticed about Mana in this album is that they're relying on a more Alternative Rock sound, which is a first for Mana. Another thing I noticed about this album is that, creatively, it fails to take bigger risks, risks that, if taken, would have greatly improved the album and my rating. One of my main complaints of this album is the muzzling of Sergio Vallin, the band's guitarist. Not that he was constantly throwing out solos, but the length and simplicity of the solos in this album leaves this Mana fan wishing for more from Vallin. I'll give you a more detailed review as I discuss the songs individually:

Lluvia al Corazon: boring track, really. I was scared when I listened to this song for the first time, fearing that this would define the entire album. Fortunately, I was wrong.

Amor Clandestino: acoustic track all the way. The lyrics are a bit cheesy. Kind of bluesy. It's alright.

Reina del Dolor: a bit better. This song actually has a pop punk feel to it, which I don't mind. Vallin's solo, however, leaves a lot to be desired. It had the potential of making the song greater.

El Espejo: now, this is the gem of the album. The use of violins to build up certain parts of the song makes this song great. Vallin's guitar work, while no solos, is heavy and solid. Certainly, one of my favorites songs from this album, and a good Mana song, overall.
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Wish I'd known about this group earlier, but found out about them through an internet radio station I was listening to and fell in love. Their music is so poetic. Wish my english-only speaking friends could understand it, they don't know what they are missing out on as these guys are better than Springsteen or the Goo Goo Dolls, instrumentally, lyrically and vocally.
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I love this band, and have fervently bought each album as they're released. Sadly though, this record is a huge disappointment. The writing is fine, but the songs are just so bland and uninteresting! I remember the excitement I felt upon hearing Revolucion de Amor for the first time (my first hotly anticipated Mana album since I purchased the ones before after they'd been out for a while). I got a similar feeling with Amar es Combatir. But Drama y Luz sounds like the band just didn't really care. The only memorable songs on this album are "Lluvia al Corazon" and "El Dragon"...the rest of the songs just seem to meld into one another with no distinction. Hopefully this is just a blip on an otherwise flawless catalog.
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Mana has released an excellent listening CD. When listening to this new music from Mana you can not help but to concentrate on the lyrics. The most excellent singing from the group's lead singer Fher are on this CD and his vocals are more captivating on this work than in others they have released.

This album is more alternative rock than danceable. The tone is very serious. The musical arrangements seem to try to express the heart of the lyrics sung.

The cover of this CD from Mana illustrates perfectly the songs on this CD. Dark at times, Light in realization of coming to terms with what is being sung and the bird in flight like as if symbolic of a new direction. Very different from other Mana CD's.

The songs seem to be tied together somehow. Mostly the tone and feel of the overall CD. This work does lack from lead guitar work. If I can compare this CD to another group I would say Pink Floyd without David Gilmour. Excellent CD.
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Para mí, el álbum nuevo de MANÁ es evocadora de las canciones impresionantes en los discos "Cuando Los Ángeles Lloran"; "Sueños Líquidos"; y "Revolución De Amor."

Experimentan con arreglos de orquesta--de los cuáles algunos dirán que esto causa que el disco sea demasiado "formal", "estructurado", o "lento" en comparación a los trabajos previos de la banda. Yo entendería eso--extraño a los talentos guitarrísticos rigurosos de Sergio en este disco. Sin embargo, esto no quita de las baladas hermosas que encandilan a "Drama y Luz." Si usted necesita escuchar canciones particulares para deducir sus propias opiniones hacia el disco, escuchen "Vuela Libre Paloma"; "El Dragón"; y "El Espejo."

Yo sentía que "Amar Es Combatir" no fue el mejor esfuerzo de la banda. Pero "Drama y Luz" definitivamente es otro rollo, hecho evidente por la calidad de la música al igual como el DVD incluido en el Deluxe Edition.

Entre todo, "Drama y Luz" es un logro triunfante--uno de los mejores discos del año, y entre los experimentos más finos de la carrera artística de MANÁ.

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To me, the new MANÁ album is reminiscent of songs that made "Cuando Los Ángeles Lloran"; "Sueños Líquidos"; & "Revolución de Amor" so awesome.

They experiment with orchestral arrangements--which some might say makes the album too "formal", "structured", or "slow" in a way that doesn't allow them to let loose as they have on other albums. I can see that--I definitely miss Sergio's glaring guitar solos on this album.
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