Originally released in Mexico as a double album featuring one disc in English and a second in Spanish, Vertigo became the fourth full-length record by Latin pop artist Fey. Produced in England and the U.S. by Graeme Pleeth and Robert Jazayeri, this album delivers a more stylish, sophisticated, and even sexy Fey, who mostly sings over pulsating electronic music. Anticipated following the release of the Sé Lo Que Vendrá single, Vertigo achieved gold status in Mexico after selling 75,000 copies in two weeks. Sonically, this record marks an adventurous evolution of Fey from her previous teen pop style.
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AllMusic Review by Drago Bonacich