Enrique Iglesias' first Spanish-language album in several years doesn't depart from the usual approach for Latin audiences: emotion-drenched, ballad-driven fare that harks back to American pop formats of the '80s. It is quite a departure from the previous year's Escape, however, which flattered English listeners (and, largely, the American audience) with rangy material and a roster of studio-driven arrangements. Quizás has all the hallmarks of Latin fare; only two songs ("Mamacita," "Pienso en Tí") are even close to up-tempo songs, and the rest have similar arrangements, synthetic production, and a similarly inconsolable Iglesias pouring his heart out, whether the title is "Tres Palabras" or "La Chica de Ayer."
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AllMusic Review by John Bush