Produced by Kike Santander, the third full-length record by Latin pop artist Natalia Oreiro features a candombe called "Cuesta Arriba, Cuesta Abajo," from the popular soap opera Kachorra, recorded with Fredy Bessio and the official Uruguayan 2002 World Cup song titled "Pasión Celeste," with contributions from singer/songwriter Jaime Roos and Falta y Resto, a group of costumed musicians who play biting songs as the centerpiece of local parades. In the songwriting field, the singer/actress introduces "Alas de Libertad," "Cayendo," and "Mar." From Latin pop/rock to Uruguayan folk, Natalia Oreiro delivers an eclectic album, including traditional and contemporary rhythms.
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AllMusic Review by Drago Bonacich