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Revolución de amor
 : Revolución de amor

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by: Maná




Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Wea/Latina/Warner Music Latina
EAN: 0809274856623
Feature: MANA REVOLUCION DE AMOR
Item Dimensions: 5005602241
Label: Warner Music Latina
Languages: EnglishPublishedSpanishOriginal LanguageStereoSpanishUnknownStereo
Manufacturer: Warner Music Latina
Model: 2184519
MPN: 809274856623
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: August 20, 2002
Publisher: Warner Music Latina
Release Date: August 20, 2002
Studio: Warner Music Latina

Features:
  • MANA REVOLUCION DE AMOR



Disc 1:
  1. Justicia, tierra y libertad
  2. Ay, doctor
  3. Fe
  4. Sábanas frías
  5. Pobre Juan
  6. ¿Por qué te vas?
  7. Mariposa traicionera
  8. Sin tu cariño
  9. Eres Mi religión
  10. No voy a ser tu esclavo
  11. Ángel de amor
  12. Nada que perder
  13. Ángel de amor (Video)
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Mana has unquestionably become the biggest musical group in Latin Music history! Millions of albums sold worldwide, sold-out concert tours and multiple record awards are just some of the accomplishments achieved by one of the most popular bands in the World. Mana is now set to deliver a most anticipated release, Revolution De Amor. A production comprised of 12 new songs and the group's first studio album in almost five years. Produced by Fher (lead vocals) and Alex Gonzales (vocals and drums), Revolucion De Amor is a musical blend of the style and arrangements that Mana is very well known for, but also features other musical forms such as Funk and Afro/Cuban performances recorded by the group for the first time. Finalizing the completion of this International globe of music, two musical legends collaborate and join Mana on Revolucion De Amor, Carlos Santana and Ruben Blades.

Amazon.com:
With 16 million total units in global sales (1999's MTV Unplugged has sold 3 million copies so far), four-time Grammy winners Maná are one of the biggest Latin rock bands around. Revolución de Amor, the four-piece band's first studio album in five years, continues Maná's ongoing dual interest in themes of love and social issues, and the band is masterful at packaging its potent messages in an accessible guitar-based sound. Hailing from Guadalajara, Mexico, Maná create an organic mix of classic rock, modern rock, and traditional Latin music that will appeal to fans of Santana and Rubén Blades (both of whom make guest appearances here). But the band is also able to attract younger audiences thanks to punkier songs such as "Nada Que Perder," which could very easily break through on K-rock radio stations across the U.S. One of Maná's best albums to date, Revolución de Amor is proof positive that Latin rock can be accessible to a broad range of people who don't speak Spanish. --Tad Hendrickson



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