Lo Esencial de Maná
 : Lo Esencial de Maná

by: Mana

Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0809274172525
Format: Box set
Item Dimensions: 12550069600
Label: Warner Music Latina
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Warner Music Latina
Number Of Discs: 3
Number Of Items: 3
Publisher: Warner Music Latina
Release Date: November 20, 2001
Studio: Warner Music Latina

Disc 1:
  1. Gitana
  2. Refrigerador
  3. Rayando El Sol
  4. Buscandola
  5. Soledad
  6. Falta Amor
  7. Estoy Agotado
  8. Perdido En Un Barco
  9. La Puerta Azul
  10. Maeo
  11. No Me Mires Asi
Disc 2:
  1. De Pies A Cabeza
  2. Oye Mi Amor
  3. Cachito
  4. Vivir Sin Aire
  5. Donde Jugaran Los Ninos?
  6. El Desierto
  7. La Chula
  8. Como Te Deseo
  9. Te Llore Un Rio
  10. Como Diablos
  11. Huele A Tristeza
  12. Me Vale
  13. Como Te Deseo (Remix Version)
  14. La Chula (Remix Version)
Disc 3:
  1. Como Un Perro Enloquecido
  2. Selvo Negra
  3. Hundido En Un Rincon
  4. El Reloj Cucu
  5. Mis Ojos
  6. Ana
  7. Siembra El Amor
  8. Cuando Los Angeles Lloran
  9. Dejame Entrar
  10. No Ha Parado De Llover
  11. Antifaz
  12. El Borracho
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Product Description:
3-CD set series from WEA Latina features their 3 best titles - 'Donde Jugaran Los Ninos', 'Falta Amor' & 'Cuando Los Angeles Lloran'.
Since they burst on the scene from Guadalajara, Mexico, in the early '90s, Maná have reigned as the premier Latin rock band of our time. Led by the powerful and passionate vocalist-composer Fher González, drummer Alex González, and the incredible guitarist Sergio Vallin, the combo beautifully blends American power rock with Hispanic folk idioms and Afro-Caribbean rhythms. This three-CD compilation contains the band's greatest hits, from their debut CD, Falta Amor to their groundbreaking, Grammy Award-winning MTV Unplugged recording. All of their favorites are here, including "Vivir Sin Aire," "Dónde Jugarán los Niños?," "Se Me Olvido Otra Vez," and the reggae-tinged "Selva Negra." Unlike their American counterparts who sing songs about parties and sex, Maná has performed a number of socially conscious compositions. The most prominent tunes in that genre are "Cuando Los Angeles Lloran," composed for the legendary Brazilian environmentalist-activist Chico Mendez, and "Ana," a song about teenage pregnancy. Other favorites, such as "La Chula" and "Como Tedeseo," are remixed as pop-dance numbers. All told, this recording shows why Maná has a loyal fan base--ranging from the author Gabriel García Márquez to Carlos Santana--throughout the Americas. --Eugene Holley Jr.

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