After the commercial disaster of his English debut Under My Eyes, Julio Iglesias Jr. (now renamed just Julio) decided to change his strategy. Instead of singing in English like he did on the first album, he decided to gain success in the most common way for a Spanish-born singer: in his own language. This was the strategy used by Julio's younger and more successful brother Enrique. Strangely, this album was thought to be a rock one, but the result sounds pretty much the same as any other Latin pop album, although with adult-oriented rock arrangements. But the most worrisome thing about the whole production is that it is emotionless. If this is supposed to be a new beginning for Julio Iglesias Jr., it's quite a weak one.
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AllMusic Review by Iván Adaime