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Leccion De Vuelo

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3.6 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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Aleks Syntek's brainy pop persona expands admirably on Leccion de Vuelo. "Superficie Lunar" is an appealing blend of bluesy licks, psychedelic rock strains, and sci-fi accents. Syntek sounds like he's having a blast. "Historias de Danzón y Arrabal" offers elegant instrumentation perfect for a candlelight dinner and dance. And "Intocable" is pure pop shimmer, as shiny and strident as a boy-band anthem. But the disc is missing one crucial element: a unique musical identity. "La Doña Muerte" and "Entra" sound like leftover Juanes tunes, and "Laberinto," a promising collaboration with Belanova, could have used more neon fizz. Better is "¿Quién Soy?" a moody collaboration with Mex-pop duo Jesse y Joy. The rest is skippable pop filler, including "Hasta el Fin del Mundo" and the overlong, overly cutesy "Natalia." Syntek is a thoughtful singer and songwriter, but with a tighter focus, Leccion de Vuelo could have soared much higher. --Joey Guerra

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Espanol: Aleks Syntek Brainy la persona amplía el pop admirable lección sobre de Vuelo. "Superficie Lunar" es una atractiva mezcla de bluesy lame, las cepas de rock psicodélico, y de ciencia ficción acentos. Syntek suena como que haya una explosión. "Historias de Danzón y Arrabal" ofrece instrumentación elegante perfecto para una cena con velas y la danza. Y "Intocable" es puro brillo del pop, como brillantes y estridentes como un niño de la banda himno. Pero el disco que falta un elemento crucial: una identidad musical única. "La Doña Muerte" y "Entra" de sonido como melodías restos de Juanes, y "Laberinto", una prometedora colaboración con Belanova, podría haber utilizado más de neón Fizz. Mejor es "¿Quién Soy?" Moody una colaboración con Mex-pop dúo Jesse y Alegría. El resto es relleno skippable de pop, incluidos "Hasta el Fin del Mundo" y los largos, demasiado cutesy "Natalia". Syntek es un serio Cantante y compositor, pero con una mayor concentración, lección de Vuelo podría haber aumentado mucho mayor. - Joey Guerra -- Amazon.com

Aleks Syntek's brainy pop persona expands admirably on Leccion de Vuelo. "Superficie Lunar" is an appealing blend of bluesy licks, psychedelic rock strains, and sci-fi accents. Syntek sounds like he's having a blast. "Historias de Danzón y Arrabal" offers elegant instrumentation perfect for a candlelight dinner and dance. And "Intocable" is pure pop shimmer, as shiny and strident as a boy-band anthem. But the disc is missing one crucial element: a unique musical identity. "La Doña Muerte" and "Entra" sound like leftover Juanes tunes, and "Laberinto," a promising collaboration with Belanova, could have used more neon fizz. Better is "¿Quién Soy?" a moody collaboration with Mex-pop duo Jesse y Joy. The rest is skippable pop filler, including "Hasta el Fin del Mundo" and the overlong, overly cutesy "Natalia." Syntek is a thoughtful singer and songwriter, but with a tighter focus, Leccion de Vuelo could have soared much higher. --Joey Guerra -- Amazon.com

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Superficie Lunar
  2. Historias De Danzon & De Arrabal
  3. La Dona Muerte
  4. Intocable
  5. Hasta El Fin Del Mundo
  6. Natalia
  7. Laberinto
  8. Quien Soy?
  9. Tu Hechizo
  10. Entra
  11. Leccion De Vuelo


Product details

  • Audio CD (June 26, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: EMI Latin
  • ASIN: B000QFAFFY
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #521,491 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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